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July 18, 1971 ~ February 2, 2024 (age 52) 52 Years Old
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Herman Lashon Moore, affectionately known as 'Fray Fray,' touched the lives of countless individuals during his time on this earth. He was born on July 18, 1971, to the loving embrace of his mother, Mary Moore, and the late Herman Poellnitz Jr. Herman spent his early years in Eightmile, Alabama, and later embarked on a remarkable journey that led him to California at the age of 19, where he carved out a life full of purpose and achievement.
Herman was a master of his craft as a professional welder for the boiler makers, showcasing an exceptional level of skill and dedication in his work. His passion for excellence extended beyond his professional endeavors, as he authored a groundbreaking paper on safety within his industry, a publication that significantly impacted the awareness and safety practices of boiler makers. Herman's unwavering intelligence and commitment to excellence were evident in all that he pursued, including the construction of his mother's cherished home, a testament to his loving and giving nature.
On the evening of February 2, 2024, Herman departed this life, leaving behind a legacy that will forever be treasured by those who were fortunate enough to know him. He was preceded in death by his maternal grandparents, Mrs. Sadie Moffett, and his fraternal grandparents, Mr. & Mrs. Herman Poellnitz Sr., who surely greeted him with open arms in the afterlife.
Herman's enduring spirit lives on within the hearts of those who hold him dear. He is survived by his loving and devoted mother, Mary Stallworth, and stepfather Leroy Albert. He also leaves behind a cherished legacy through his children: his son, Lashawn Moore, of Los Angeles, California, his daughter, Ava Pierce, of Fort Mitchell, Alabama, and his two adored grandsons, Makhi Allen Austin and Mikah Kingston Pierce. Additionally, Herman is survived by his brothers, Tyrone Moore and Cleveland Stallworth of Los Angeles, California, and Jamelle Hampton, as well as his sister, Tyhesha Pore, of Prichard, Alabama.
Herman will be remembered with great fondness by a host of loving aunts and uncles: Ella Rainey, Patricia Mason, Joyce (Carl) Kennedy, Dell (Micheal) Griggs, Debrah Roberts, Annette (Micheal) Bell, Voncile (Johnie) Hartford, Edward (Dang) Moore, Ivory Poellnitz, and Eddie Poellnitz, Kevin ( Glenda ) Poellnitz, Dewayne ( Ruby ) Poellnitz, and a host of cousins and friends who will carry his memory forward with love and reverence.
Herman Lashon Moore's presence in this world has left an indelible mark, and his absence will be keenly felt by all who had the privilege of knowing him. His memory will endure as a beacon of strength, kindness, and unwavering dedication to his loved ones and his craft. Though he may have departed this life, his spirit will forever remain a guiding light for those who were fortunate enough to have been touched by his warmth and generosity.
As we come together to honor Herman, let us cherish the memories we hold dear and find solace in the knowledge that his legacy will continue to inspire us all. May he rest in eternal peace, knowing that he was deeply loved and will be dearly missed.