Roger Moore

June 13, 2024

Roger Moore was born on March 31, 1945 to Archie and Imogene (Enyart) Moore in Carnegie, OK. He went to his new and glorious home June 11, 2024 at Binger, OK, surrounded by his family and many loved ones. He graduated from Eakly High School in 1963. Roger attended 1 semester at SWOSU until the death of his father in 1964. He left college to take responsibility for the family farm and ranch.

He met the love of his life at the Caddo County Fair. There have been great stories told about them meeting in a pig pen. Becky Massey of Anadarko thought he was the best-looking guy in the entire world and became the happiest bride on June 11, 1965. A daughter, Pepper Lynelle added so much joy to their union on July 6, 1966. Those blessings doubled on February 8, 1969, when their second daughter, Stevani Dee (Dee Dee) was born.

The Moore’s raised peanuts, cotton, wheat, and cattle. Roger discovered the abilities that cattle dogs had of herding and gathering cattle. The most amazing talent was that of Roger in training those dogs. With a desire to promote the cattle dog, Roger was a founding member of the Red River Cattle Dog Association, where he and Becky served as President and secretary for many years. He started attending cattle dog working events, where he and his dogs, Buzz, Slick, and Flash won every honor that could be won. These wins afforded him the opportunity of being one of the best cattle dog trainers in Oklahoma. As others recognized his talent, training became a professional career where he received dogs from all over the U.S. Roger gathered cattle to load for many local ranchers who stood in awe, watching Roger and his dogs work.

He accepted Christ as his personal savior in his 20’s. He was very active in the First Baptist Church of Eakly serving on many committees, including the building of the new church and parsonage until his declining health caused him to be unable to attend.

Roger was preceded in death by his parents, Archie and Imogene Moore, a sister and brother-in-law, Donna and Rea Gene Oglesby, a brother, Robert Dee Moore, brothers-in-law, Nelson Hooker, James Horn, Buddy Troy (Pepper) Massey, and Jimmy Steve Massey, his mother-in -law and father-in-law, Troy H. and Claudine (Money) Massey, and grandparents, Hattie Enyart and Fred and Ethel Moore.

He is survived by his wife of 59 years, Becky Moore, his daughters, Pepper Moss of Binger and Dee Dee Plumley and husband Dale of OKC, his best friend and grandson, Cord Coffey of Cogar, granddaughter, Brooke Lange and husband J.J. of Binger, and great grandson, Wyatt Creede Lange, sisters, Helen Horn and Linda Hooker, brother, Rocky Moore and wife Ingrid, sisters-in-law, Brenda Moore and Cathey Massey, as well as many nieces, nephews, and a host of friends.

He was Bapa to twins Kaylar and Neily and their brother Larkin James. Roger was a special guy to so many young people, leaving a legacy of names, Mr. Perfect, My Hero, PaPa Botch and more recently, Pops at the Binger Nursing Home.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Roger’s name to: Russell-Murray Hospice, 2001 Parkview Dr., El Reno, OK 73036 or Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research, 4 Grand Central/PO BOX 4777, New York, NY, 10163-4777

Services: Eakly Baptist Church, Saturday, 10:00 AM, June 15, 2024, Eakly, OK

Officiating: Rev. Ray Weathers, Rev. Tom Clifton, and Mr. Cord Coffey

Burial: Sickles Cemetery, Lookeba, OK

Services under the direction of Turner Funeral Home, Hinton, Oklahoma. Condolences may be sent to the family at, or you can find us on (Turner Funeral Homes).