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Peyton Johnson Moore
  • Memorials may be made to:
  • Mt. Pleasant Academy PTA Teachers Fund
    605 Center Street
    Mount Pleasant, SC 29464
  • Memorials may be made to:
  • Mt. Pleasant Youth Track Booster Club, c/o Tami Dennis
    6 Yacht Harbor Court
    Isle of Palms, SC 29451

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Phyllis, my heart is broken for you and your family. I am so sorry Noah lost his boy. Please let me know if I can do anything, and please give Noah a hug for me. Love you, Kay and mark

Posted by: Kay lewis - More head, KY - Friend of aunt and grandmother   Jun 09, 2013

The pain of losing this child is tremendous and our hearts go out to the family who will never stop missing him. Knowing him, reading about his accomplishments and hearing the testimonies at the funeral yesterday revealed Peyton to be a tremendously accomplished person, especially for a nine year old boy! That child lived large. His enthusiasm, thoughtfulness, committment and drive are lessons that we can all keep in our hearts. Those parts of him are immortal.

Posted by: Carol Antman    Jun 09, 2013

The service was beautiful today. We were struck so much by your amazing grace and courage Jennifer and Noah, no wonder Peyton was such an amazing little cub. Your words were beautiful and I have to let you know that in a time of such sadness for you both, Noah, you hugged Kaine and told him how proud you were of his throwing. He talked about that all the way home. You are truly selfless. We are so inspired by you.... This is not judgement day for little Peyton, only morning
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Posted by: COLLEE FOLSCH    Jun 09, 2013

My dear, dear friend Stewart and family. I am so thankful that I had an opportunity to meet Peyton, referred to lovingly as The Boy, by Stewart. When the two of them would walk into the office, they were always grinning from ear to ear. You could see and sense the deep love , admiration and bond between the two of them. Nothing pleased Stewart more than to take "The Boy" around and introduce him to everyone. The glow on

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Posted by: Linda Guest - Mt Pleasant, SC - Friend/Coworker of Stewart   Jun 08, 2013

Peyton Moore had more leadership qualities, character, ability and determination at eight years old than most any grown man I have met in my life. He singlehandedly carried his basketball team this year, and he never complained about anything. Peyton helped feed the ball to kids who otherwise never would have scored a basket, he put up with getting fouled all game long, and fought through any and all adversity that came his way. I thought he would be in

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Posted by: Nathan Hughey - Sullivans Island, SC   Jun 08, 2013

Noah and heart is breaking for you and I am so sorry for the loss of Peyton. I feel lucky enough to have actually known him. He looked like BOTH of you..a great combination! And sweet, sweet, sweet. Just like the two of you. You have been and will continue to be in my thoughts and prayers. I love you both!

Posted by: Jadie Gamble - Mt. Pleasant, SC - Friend   Jun 08, 2013

For some moments in life there are no words.
My heart and prayers go out to Jennifer and Noah.

Posted by: Crystal Brown-Voeltz - Summerville, SC   Jun 08, 2013

I'm going to miss seeing Peyton compete -but trusting in faith to see him organizing the races in Heaven. Sorry I never got around to watching him play football.

Posted by: Tony Martin - Mount Pleasant, SC - Friend   Jun 08, 2013

. Though we have never met, we are family. My thoughts and prayers are with you, Noah and Jennifer.

Posted by: Dorothy Moore - Norfolk, NY - 2nd cousin   Jun 08, 2013

We are so sorry for your loss. The news of Payton's death is heartbreaking. He was a wonderful boy. Our hearts go out to all of his family and friends at this difficult time.

Our prayers are with you. "May the God of endurance and encouragement grant us to think in harmony with one another"

Cousin Charlotte, John, and Michelle

Posted by: Charlotte Bednarczyk - Bowie, MD - Cousin of Stewart Johnson   Jun 08, 2013