In Memory

James Robert Moore

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12/03/20 03:29 PM #1    

Daniel Bush

I was saddened to learn of Jim's (Jimmy to me)passing recently.  Jimmy and I were classmates

dating back to St. Anthony's.  We both were athletes and he competed in football and 

wresrtling, where he was a co-captain with Rick Eaton.

Jimmy was an easy person to know and like.. He had great worth ethic and was most

considerate  of others.  Sincere condolences to his family and many friends wh

knew him.

R.I.P. ,    

Dan Bush

 

 

 

 


12/03/20 06:29 PM #2    

Stephen Eugene Shelsta

I was so sad to see we lost another classmate and friend, Jim Moore. I remember him as a wrestler, coach, friend to all. In high school I remember him once doing a hand stand and several pushups from that position! A strong, great guy. I'm glad Beth and their kids had many years with him.

12/04/20 09:46 AM #3    

Lloyd Darrell Tarter

Another sad loss for our Class of '63 at NCHS.  Jim and I were offensive guards and defensive linebackers together on the Mustang football team and worked ever so close with each other throughout our high school years.  He was truly a quality and dedicated athlete and student as well as a great person to be around as witnessed by his post high school/college years.  I really enjoyed working along side Jim and our thoughts and prayers are with Beth and his family.  He will be missed.


12/04/20 11:48 AM #4    

Albert "Eric" Newton

Jim Moore will forever be remembered as a positive force in this world.  He absolutely brightened the room whenever he arrived and greeted his friends and teammates.  His smile was infectious.  My thoughts are with his family and all who had close relationships with him.  Rest In Peace, Jimmy.  
Eric Newton

 

 


12/07/20 03:48 PM #5    

David Richard Bryden

Sorry to hear of Jimmy's passing, He was a great guy and teammate. The girls always talked about Jimmy and his Old Spice aftershave. Funny how you remember little things. It is sad that we have lost another great member of the class of 63.  David


12/10/20 07:21 PM #6    

Stephen John Farquhar

It is so sad to read of claude's passing and then of
Jim's right after. I haven't stayed in touch with most of
The class but will miss their presence amongst us. Class
Of 1963 was a special group with a special energy.
R.I.P.
John

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