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Austin Dale Moore

Service Date: January 4, 2021
Visitation Info: Linnemann Funeral Homes Burlington
Interment Info: Burlington Cemetery
Service Info: Linnemann Funeral Homes Burlington
Service Info

Austin Dale Moore, age 25 of Burlington, passed away Sunday, December 27, 2020. Austin was an unforgettable person, who could change any room with his personality. He had a heart of gold and a genuine bright smile for everyone he met. Even with his kidney transplant, Austin made it a point to donate blood, O-. Austin was incredibly talented as a musician and in theater. He was nominated for a Cappie at Cooper High School for Cat in the Hat, he also made All State Choir, and played tuba and trumpet in the band. Austin made Chamber Choir his freshman year at NKU. He was also very passionate about his employment with Starbucks. He loved all facets of his job, from serving as a Barista to managing. He always strived to put a smile on the face of everyone he met.

Austin is survived by his father: Larry Dale Moore Jr., mother: Michele Wilson (Zeh), step-father: Christopher Zeh, brothers: Brendan Zeh, Abraham Brandner, Gabriel Brandner, sister: Lauryn Moore, grandparents: Cliff and Sandy Wilson, Diana Moore, aunts: Carissa Wilson, Tina Roland, and Bobbie Jo Lawrence, and numerous great aunts, great uncles, cousins and friends. He was preceded in death by his grandpa: Larry Dale Moore Sr. and great-grandparents: Clifford and Jo Ann Wilson, Garnet and Irene Holbrook.

A Visitation will be held Monday, January 4, 2021 from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm at Linnemann Funeral Homes, Burlington. Services will immediately follow at 2:00 pm. The service will be livestreamed at Burial will be held at Burlington Cemetery. Due to COVID-19 restrictions masks will be required by all guests at the funeral home and cemetery. Memorial contributions can be made to National Kidney Foundation. Online condolences can be left at

10:00 am - 2:00 pm

Linnemann Funeral Homes Burlington

1940 Burlington Pike
2:00 pm

Linnemann Funeral Homes Burlington

1940 Burlington Pike

Burlington Cemetery

Address: 6050 Firehouse Dr BURLINGTON, KY 41005
12:00 am - 12:00 am

Austin Dale Moore


Austin Moore’s family

To Austin’s family:
Thinking of you today . I am so sorry for your loss. Sending Hugs and Love. Prayers that God wraps his loving arms around you and give you peace and comfort. Love you Gloria Dellinger

Sending our love

Thinking of Michelle today. I’m praying that God gives you strength and peace. Hold on to the light. We love you.

I am praying for you!

To Austin”s Family and Friends
I knew Austin through his work with the “Speak Love” of which he was a part. My heart breaks for all who knew him. He was a very good and caring man. I pray for God’s peace on all he leaves behind. May God continue to comfort you.
Wesley and Deborah Jackson

What a wonderful human being.

So glad I got to visit and get to know him better. Smart and funny and a pleasure to be around . We need more guys like Austin. My heart is broken.

An Amazing Soul

Austin was such an amazing person who would always brighten up a room when he walked in. He was funny, caring, and an absolute joy to be around. He made an impact on so many people and he will be missed so much. I wish he was able to spend more time on this Earth with us, but God always has his own plans for us. I pray for your family and I am sorry for your loss.

My Thoughts and Prayers

Austin was such a bright light at Cooper High School. He was admired and respected by his peers, teachers, and administration. We are so sorry for the loss and will remember him always!
-Cooper Administration

My sweet boy

I’ve known you since you were so small, and to think the world has been robbed of your enormous love and constant joy that you’ve always carried with you brings tears to my eyes. There are simply no words for the hole that will be felt by your absence. Fly high sweet angel.

you will be missed

Austin you are such a kind hearted person and truly the salt of the earth. You were always so nice to me and you changed my perspective of life. Thank you for always being such a kind friend.

Missing you…

You shared your heart with the world. The boy who loved God so much he grew into a protector, empath, comedian, listener, best friend (to everyone cause everyone was his best friend too), family first, musician, actor, chatterbox, confidant, supporter, companion, partner and peace maker. His roles in life just go on and on. But, he was not ours to keep. He had wings that made him fly too soon. Xoxo

I love you.

Austin, I would give any for you to be here. I love you more than words. When I don’t want to do something kind, I’m going to think of you and do it anyway. You changed the world. I’m praying for you and your family.

A beam of light

That simple little dimple that was filled with magic and mischief. He will always be perfect.