Wednesday, October 1, 2014

Noah Moore Joins the Everett Presson Group

Good Afternoon Runners and Friends (and everyone else in my address book)!

Many of you (on Facebook) know I recently made a career change. I just wanted you to know that this will not change my writing, running or my coaching! I will actually have a more flexible schedule to do them all.

Below is an announcement sent out by my new partner Everett Presson. He is an amazing guy and I am thrilled to be working with him. He has been the number one agent around for the past ten years and has over 30 years of experience, but I plan on giving him a run for his money!

By the way, if you click on the link "About Noah Moore" you will see my head shot picture and you will be happy to know that I was wearing running shorts at the time :)

Call me at 843-343-6200 or to learn the value of your home.


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Carolina One Real Estate

Welcome Noah Moore    

I am very excited and proud to announce that Noah Moore will be joining my team as a Realtor.  Noah brings his years of experience in helping people to our group. Noah worked for 13 years at the Ninth Circuit Solicitor's office advising  young people and their families  on how to get their lives back on track.  Noah has also coached hundreds of people in his "couch to 5K " program. His spirit and energy has motivated many people to change their lives and get physically fit. 
Noah brings his enthusiastic can-do attitude and his problem solving abilities to the real estate business. He will add a tremendous amount of energy to our team while he takes advantage of my 36 years experience and the Carolina One training and marketing program. Just as Noah has brought out the best in the hundreds of people he has coached, he will bring out the best in my team and me as we mentor each other to provide the best service in the industry to our clients. 
P.S. Last year Noah ran from the north rim of the Grand Canyon to the south rim and back which is over 40 miles up and down in one day. I figure anyone that can do that won't mind doing a little prospecting. 
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Noah J. R. Moore

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"That whisper of encouragement you hear is Peyton cheering you on.
Run Strong, Jump High, and Throw Long!"

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Wednesday, July 24, 2013

Peyton's Art Work for the Cooper River Bridge Run Poster / Shirt

I would normally not send this out to everyone, but the Cooper River Bridge is letting the public have a 25% say in the selection of the artwork they will be using for their shirt and poster.  Voting is only open until 6:00pm tonight. 

They asked me to submit something that my son, Peyton, drew and I sent in a water coloring he did when he was in 3rd grade. 

His poster is number 74.  

I would be grateful to you all if you would take a minute to vote for his picture and share this email with your friends.

Thanks so much,

Noah (Peyton's Dad)



Voting is TODAY ONLY. The DEADLINE to vote is TODAY by 6:00 pm.


Click the following link to view the design entries:

Click the following link to cast your vote:

This "People's Choice" portion of the voting will count for 25% of the total votes to determine the 2014 CRBR Design. 75% of the votes will be determined at a private judging held tonight by local dignitaries, community designers and past Cooper River Bridge Run design contest winners.

The 2014 Cooper River Bridge Run Design will be unveiled during a ceremony on Wednesday, August 21, 2013.

Noah Moore
RRCA Certified Running Coach
"That whisper of encouragement you hear is Peyton cheering you on.
Run Strong, Jump High, and Throw Long!"

Tuesday, November 1, 2011

Noah's Run

I promise this is the last email...
Only four more days until the Savannah Marathon!
My family and I have dedicated our run this weekend to the Injured Marine Semper Fi Fund.  This organization helps injured Marines who have given so much for all of us.
We are not raising money to get in the race or to get an award.  My family has a special bond with the Marines because they helped save my life!
They saved my life by encouraging me, motivating me and inspiring me to make some changes and get in shape so I could be around for my family.  With their help I lost over 100 pounds and became an avid runner.  Now my wife and son are running too!
Please help us support these amazing men and women by donating to the Injured Marine Semper Fi Fund:
Thank you,
Noah, Jen and Peyton Moore

Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Injured Marine Semper Fi Fund

If you are getting this email, that means you are stuck in my address book...
Sorry if you are getting this multiple times, it just means you are in my address book more than once :)
It is less than two weeks until the Savannah Marathon (and my 41st birthday).  My family has been working hard to get ready for the race and raise money for the Injured Marine Semper Fi Fund.   We have now raised over $800!
This is a wonderful organization that does an incredible job helping the injured Marines and their families.
I would appreciate any help you can give.  Every dollar counts.


Thank you,


Noah Moore


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Team Moore Ons Running

Help us support the Injured Marine Semper Fi Fund

Team "Moore Ons Running" will be running the weekend of November 5 and 6 to raise money for the Injured Marine Semper Fi Fund. Noah and Jennifer Moore will be running the Rock 'n Roll Marathon on Saturday the 5th and Peyton Moore will be completing the last mile of his Kid's 100 Mile Ultra Marathon (part of World Run Day 2011) on Sunday the 6th. Please donate to help the Marines who have given so much.


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Tuesday, August 2, 2011

Martha Verser Johnson

Very much a "Moore Plus"...

Martha Verser Johnson 

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Martha Verser Johnson MT. PLEASANT - Martha Verser Johnson, widow of Eli Townsend Johnson, and a long-time resident of Cooper Hall, now The Palms of Mt. Pleasant, died Sunday the 31st of July. She was a member of Palmetto Presbyterian Church of Mt. Pleasant and an active member of the D.A.R. Martha adored pretty hats, good food and socializing. Over the years, she enjoyed boating on the intracoastal waterways with her husband and son on their houseboat "Tubby", special times with her family and friends, and had a wonderful smile that could light up a room. Born in 1918 in Crewe, VA, Martha was a daughter of John James Verser and Kate Floyd Cook Verser. She was preceded in death by four sisters and four brothers, Sarah Ann Verser, John James Verser, Jr., Elizabeth Cole, Catherine Gretch, William Verser, Scott Verser, Robert Russow and Annie Floyd Hartman. Surviving are her son, Stewart Wise Johnson and his wife Paula Elizabeth, a granddaughter, Jennifer Moore and her husband, Noah, and a great grandson, Peyton Moore, all of Mt. Pleasant; two sisters, Helen Lowry of Albuquerque, NM and Eleanor Frasier of Dayton, MD and numerous cousins, nieces and nephews who brought great joy to her years Family and friends are invited to attend her funeral services, Saturday, August 6, 2011 at 10:30 AM at The Palms (Formerly Cooper Hall), 937 Bowman Road, Mt. Pleasant, SC. Burial services will follow in Mt. Pleasant Memorial Gardens. Arrangements by J. HENRY STUHR MOUNT PLEASANT CHAPEL. Flowers will be accepted or memorials may be made to Water Missions International, P.O. Box 31258, Charleston, SC 29417. Memorial messages may be written to the family by visiting our website at Visit our guestbook deaths
Published in Charleston Post & Courier on August 3, 2011

Wednesday, April 21, 2010

Hi All,
       Just wanted to let everyone know that our beloved little fur ball Duke passed away about 1:40 AM Wednesday morning (4-21-10). He must have ate something that lodged in his bowels because he'd been acting constipated all day Tuesday. I was going to take him to the Veterinarian today but it was too late. He was 8 years old. We are all heart broken.



Saturday, March 13, 2010

Peyton's Marathon

Peyton will complete his "Kid's Marathon" (26.2 Miles) on March 17, 2010, at the Catch the Leprechaun 5K Race!
If you would like to have your name on the back of his shirt as a "Supporter" all you have to do is make a $1.00 donation to the Injured Marine Semper Fi Fund.
He even has his own web site:
Donations have to be in by Tuesday at 9:00pm so I can finish the shirt.
I would also like to invite you to come to the finish line on Wednesday, March 17. The race starts at 6:30pm and we should finish around 7:05pm - 7:15pm. Located in Mount Pleasant, SC, at the Waterfront Park.
Peyton has worked very hard to complete 26.2 miles and we are very proud of him. Having you make a donation to his fundraiser will make it that much more special.
Noah Moore (a very proud dad)
(yes, I sent this to everyone in my address book - sorry)

Want to donate or help? Simply go to the link below: