Marjorie (Midge) May (Robinson) Moore of McConnelsville passed away peacefully at her home surrounded by her loving family on Palm Sunday, March 28, 2021. She was born on May 27, 1930 in Bloom Township, Morgan County, the daughter of Noble Ross Robinson and Cora Blanche (Nuzum) Robinson. The youngest of six children, Midge grew up on the family farm in Blue Rock and with her family in Salem, WV. She married Cecil William Moore on June 11, 1947 becoming a dedicated homemaker where she honed her skills to become one of the best cooks in East Bloom Township. Cecil and Midge were rarely seen apart and spent 71 fond years traveling around the country and seldom missing any of the grandchildrens’ sporting events. A devoted member of Pisgah United Methodist Church, Midge’s 52 years in dedicated service as a Sunday Schoolteacher profoundly impacted countless lives. Midge is survived by her sons, Ronald (Marge) Moore and Danny (Eli) Moore, both of McConnelsville; grandchildren, Brian (Reva) Moore of Westerville, Jennifer Moore of Malta, Ross (Jill Pope) Moore of McConnelsville, Lieutenant Commander Carissa Moore serving on Active duty in the U. S. Navy; great grandchildren, Maggie (Ryan) Taylor, Alex Stanchin, Clayton and Carter Eckert, Hunter and Cody Moore, and Connor and Cora Moore; great-great grandchildren, Brooke, Maci, Raylynn, Blake and another baby Taylor due in May 2021. She was preceded in death by her beloved husband of 71 years, Cecil; and her siblings, Mary (Babe) James, Charles (Bub) Robinson, Kenneth (Mutt) Robinson, Opal Robinson and Betty Que Revenaugh. Calling hours will be Thursday, April 1st from 5-8pm at Miller-Huck Funeral Home in McConnelsville. A funeral service will be held at 1pm on Friday, April 2nd at Pisgah United Method Church. Midge will be laid to rest beside Cecil in Pisgah Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions can be made to Pisgah United Methodist Church c/o Lynn Keyes, Treasurer, at 4485 N. State Route 376, McConnelsville, Ohio 43756. The family expresses their gratitude to Shriver’s Hospice for the compassionate care and companionship they provided to Midge.
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