Moore, Lottie It is with great sadness to tell you that Lottie Moore passed away quietly in her sleep on December 11th. She was born in Brownsville, Texas on December 23, 1919, moving to San Bernardino, California in 1920. She met her husband, Burton L. Moore, during the war in 1945, moving to Redondo Beach in 1946. Burt and Lottie are long time residents of the Palos Verdes Peninsula. They own and operate the oldest continuously operating retail business on the Peninsula, Moore's Market. They worked side by side their entire career. Lottie enjoyed playing golf, bridge and spending time with her family. She was a member of the Neighborhood Church and enjoyed her volunteer work with the annual Yule Parlor Parade Home Tour. Lottie is survived by her loving husband of over 61 years, Burt Moore, three children; Veith Moore, Shannon Reynolds and Cindy Southgate and 5 grandchildren; Alycia Lewis, Jeff Moore and Kelly Moore, Lindsay and Megan Southgate. Grave side services will be held on Friday, December 19th at 1pm at the Pacific Crest Cemetery in Redondo Beach. The memorial service will be held at the Neighborhood Church on Sunday, December 21st at 2pm. A reception to follow at the Church.

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  1. Dear Cindy, Lindsay, and the entire Southgate and Moore Family, Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this sad time. The Stillo Family

  2. Dear Burt, Veith, Shannon and Cindy, My deepest sympathy and sorrow to you. Lottie will always be a cherished memory for me. We had such fun and so many laughs with golf and bridge. Could she ever wiggle out of playing a No Trump bid! I can see her and hear her saying-You know I don’t like to play those. She gave me a shower for my first grandchild. Such a wonderful friend. I have missed her in her years of illness and will always miss her. I am so sad that I cannot make the services. I have a mobility problem My love to you all

  3. Dear, Burt Shannon and Veith. In the 1970’s when I worked for your market with Larry Reynolds you were like family to me. It’s been more than 35 years since I left employment with you guys, but I still remember the principles you all taught me. I loved Lottie, she was so sweet and nice to everyone. Veith, do you still remember that guy that tried to wheel that safe out of your office for repair? He was trying to steal it. I remember it like it was yesterday. So many good memories of that market and Gemma upstairs is gone too. Call me if you ever want to. 951.237.45654. Brett.

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