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Jason Barthel ("Double O" "Dubb") Moore
January 25, 1976 ~ August 27, 2022 (age 46) 46 Years Old
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It is with heartfelt sympathy that we announce the passing of Mr. Jason Barthel Moore of Ft. Payne, AL, who transitioned on Saturday, August 27, 2022, at the age of 46. We ask that you keep his family and friends in your thoughts and prayers during this difficult time.
ason Barthel Moore was born on January 25, 1976, in Buffalo, New York, to the late James Lee Oates, and Mary Davenport Ayers. Jason graduated in 1994 from South Park High School, Buffalo, New York. After graduating from high school, Jason enlisted with the U.S. Army. Soon after, Jason relocated to Fort Payne, Alabama, where he attended Lawson State, and studied auto mechanics. Jason was handsome, intelligent, humble, funny, loving, and wise.
Jason loved all his children and grandchildren and would do anything for them. Jason was the smartest man you will ever know, he is very loving when it comes to his kids and grandkids.Jason was a very strong-minded man he did everything he could to be there for his children. We all have a special relationship with our father. We couldn’t ask for a better father, Jason worked up until his tragic death. Jason always surprised his children whether it was a visit, a call, or a text, he always wanted what was best for his children, and for that he will always be the greatest man I know. We love you, daddy, we will meet again.
He was proceeded in death by his father, the late James Lee Oates, and two brothers, Wade and Kenny.
Jason leaves to celebrate his life ten children; Dashrunia of New York, Desiree of Georgia, Misaia of Georgia, Jamari of Georgia, Shyheim of Georgia, Unique of Georgia, Jateya of Alabama, Keion of Texas, Krysmist of Alabama, Jason II of Kansas; his mother Mary Davenport Ayers, three sisters Marilyn, Janice and Alma; three brothers, James, Darren and Alto (Peggy), five grandchildren, Nykel, Bruni, Jasmine, London, & Joslin and a host of family and friends