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The Life & Times of Minister Melvin Moore: Chicago's Finest

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Toward the end of Paul's life he reflected and in poetic fashion he said, "I have fought a good fight...I have kept the faith." The same may be said of my uncle Melvin Moore. Married to Henrietta Moore for 52 years, father to Frank and Anne, surrogate friend and counselor to countless others. The wisest man who ever lived, King Solomon asked, "Who can find a virtuous woman?" Today, if that question were asked in reverse, "Who can find a good man?" particularly in the African American community the response might be less than approving. Nevertheless, here is one. Uncle Melvin lived in the same manner he preached. He was dedicated to his wife and children and was a strong, tall, mentor for the young men and women in his family, the Chicago community and church. You were loved and you will be missed. Rest in peace, we will see you in that great getting up morning. Auntie Gayl, we love you and as the young folks say, we got you!

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