Alvin Moore

Alvin Moore is the son of Melvin and Mary Moore. Born in Randolph, AZ on May 3, 1959 he attended Kenilworth Elementary, Coolidge Jr. High, and Coolidge High School. In high school, he excelled in football, basketball, and track and received various recognitions as a sport star for three consecutive years.

After graduating high school in 1978, Alvin received a four-year scholarship to Arizona State University where he studied criminal justice. In 1983, the NFL drafted Alvin Moore to the Baltimore Colts as a seventh round pick. He continued his football career with the Baltimore Colts for five seasons. Following his stint with the Colts, in 1985, Alvin was traded to the Detroit Lions. He continued his football career in Detroit until 1987 where he was picked-up by Seattle Seahawks. He played in Seattle until 1989.

After a successful career with the NFL, in October 1990, the Arizona Boys Ranch/Canyon State Academy employed Alvin as a Youth Supervisor where Alvin molded, challenged, and changed numerous youth's minds and lives. In addition to his supervisory position, Alvin was the football, basketball, track, and soccer coach at the Arizona Boys Ranch. During his time as the coach, The Arizona Boys Ranch track team won many state championships. After sixteen-years as a Youth Supervisor, Alvin Moore decided it was time to make a change.

In August 2007, the Maricopa County Detention South East Facility (SEF) employed Alvin as a Detention Officer where he continues to mold and change young men's lives every day. Alvin works with the purpose of molding these young men into productive citizens and responsible adults.

In addition to his professional career, Alvin is a pillar in his community and a devoted husband to his wife of 20 years, Odette Moore. Alvin is a die hard ASU and Los Angeles Lakers fan and the proud father of four children; Mallissa, Alvin, Monique and Virgilio Moore and an even prouder grandfather of four grandchildren, Makayla, Marcus, Jason and Jamie.

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