MALCOLM C. MOORE

Malcolm was born April 17, 1922 and was the third child of Art and Effie Street Moore of the New Salem Community on Lookout Mountain.

Malcolm attended school in Dade County, Georgia. He entered into the CC Camp April 8, 1941 in Chatsworth, Georgia for eighteen months. He came home and worked construction and helped his father on the family farm until WWII.

Malcolm Moore is shown pictured with his parents Art and Effie Moore and brother Grover Moore. Malcolm served in the German territory in World War II. He missed the first boat home when the war was over and had to go to Okinawa.

Malcolm Moore is shown pictured with his parents Art and Effie Moore and brother Grover Moore. Malcolm served in the German territory in World War II. He missed the first boat home when the war was over and had to go to Okinawa.

He worked m Mobile, Alabama Naval Shipyard until he was drafted into the Army. He served in Co. C. 785 MP Battalion as Staff Sgt. When returning home he went to work for Tennessee Products, which later was changed to TAC Alloys. He worked in a supervisory capacity until his retirement in 1985.

Malcolm married the former Betty Gladden in 1947. They have two children, Donna and Cheryl. They also have two grandchildren, Deidra and Scott and one great-grandchild, Emily. Betty and Malcolm celebrated their 50th Anniversary on April 12, 1997.

Malcolm deceased on May 8, 1999.


  1. cheryl moore

    that was my father… The best father there ever was and will be. love my daddy!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  2. verenicehawkins

    The book is on sale at both Trenton banks and it has lots of Moores in it. My husband worked with your dad and really liked him




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