Jeffery David Moyer, age 65, of Conway, passed away Tuesday, March 6, 2018. He was born December 10, 1952, in Mountain Home, Idaho, to the late Morgan Bernard Moyer of Drifting, PA, and the late Betty Lou Harper Moyer of Onego, WV.
Mr. Moyer had been a school teacher for 40 years and a coach for 37 years. His teaching and coaching career began in Sumter, SC, his hometown. A love of traveling and a desire to further his career led to moves to Bluffton, SC, Asheville, NC, Lexington, SC, Lancaster, SC, and Conway, SC. Each move resulted in a widening circle of friends and opportunities to impact lives and be blessed in return.
In 2016, Jeff completed courses to obtain a Biblical Ministry Certificate from Columbia International University. Jeff loved the Lord and felt privileged to have served as a Santee Summer Minister, Sunday School Teacher, and as a part of mission's teams to South Africa and India.
Jeff is survived by: his wife, Vicky Haggard Moyer of Conway; one son, Jason Charles Moyer of Smyrna, GA; one daughter, Karen (Chris) Gromis of Corona, CA; 3 grandchildren, Cayna, Kelty, and Corbin Gromis; one brother, Randy (Debbie) Moyer of Cocoa Beach, FL; and one sister, Doreen (David) Trevathan of Irmo, SC.
Memorial services will be held at two places:
On Sunday, March 18, 2018, at 3:00 pm at Buford High School gym, 4290 Tabernacle Road, Lancaster, SC 29720 and on Sunday, March 25, 2018, at 2:00 pm at North Conway Baptist Church, 1608 Sessions Street, Conway, SC 29526.
The family has asked, that in lieu of flowers, the Memorial Contributions be made to the Lancaster County Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Buford High School, PO Box 2768, Lancaster, SC 29721.
Burroughs Funeral Home and Cremation Services (843.651.1440) is assisting the Moyer family with the arrangements.
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There's not enough words to describe your personality. You taught me at Buford High School over 10 years ago. To this day I still remember your words to me as I expressed how much I loved history and traveling was my plan for the future, you told me "Linsey, there's a whole world of instresting things and lots of history so if your gonna do it make sure you do it with a bang." When I received word of your passing I was shocked. You were vibrant and so understanding you taught you students in all ways possible so when they left your class you had them thinking so the next day you had lots of questions to answer. You were a great teacher and coach. You will be missed dearly. There will never be another like you.
Submitted by Linsey Harbac on Mar 31 2018 03:32:12 PM
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Tayler Hilton lit a candle on Mar 18 2018 11:15:24 PM
There are not enough words to describe Coach Moyer and the impact he's had on so many. We can only express what he meant to our family. His friendship, his text messages regarding Duke-UNC, and the unwavering, uplifting encouragement will always be remembered. Coach, you will be missed, you were loved by many, and we thank you for sharing your life with our family.
The Hucks Family, Steve, Nancy, and Brett
Submitted by Hucks Family on Mar 16 2018 08:26:50 AM
May Jehovah God sustain you at this time of such great loss.
Submitted by Heather on Mar 15 2018 03:31:00 PM
I taught with Jeff at Conway Christian School and enjoyed his friendship and fellowship. I know he will be missed. Praying for the family. (John 14:27)
Submitted by Larry Deeds on Mar 12 2018 01:45:49 PM
Larry Deeds lit a candle for Jeffery Moyer
Larry Deeds lit a candle on Mar 12 2018 01:45:27 PM
Coach was an absolutely great man! Not only helped us grow as players but definitely as people. A coach our parents could trust to be around us and he was quite the jokester. You will be missed! #thefranchiseforever
Wagener-Salley HS c/o 2006
Submitted by Brittany Williams on Mar 9 2018 10:58:34 PM
Coach Moyer was a great man, coach mentor and someone to talk to. He will truly be missed by his wareagle family
Submitted by Robert Hayes on Mar 9 2018 10:40:14 PM
Vicky, To us, Jeff was bigger than life. I've told guys that winners think about winning while losers think about just getting by. Jeff ALWAYS thought about winning and how your family could be involved in the battle to gain ground for God's Kingdom. Laurie and I love you, Vicky. Thanks for keeping us posted during the last few days. It meant so much to us.
Submitted by Tip Killingsworth on Mar 9 2018 04:43:43 PM
Sorry for your loss.My grandson (Logan Segee) played basketball for Coach Mo while he was at Buford High School, he was a good role model for the kids.
Prayers for peace and comfort.
Submitted by Martha Segee on Mar 9 2018 09:31:13 AM
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