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Thursday, September 9, 2021
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Princeton, New Jersey, United States
Porgie posted a symbolic gesture
Monday, September 20, 2021
Donna—-I can’t tell you how sad everyone up north is over Dennis’ passing. Over more than 60 years the memories are constant and rewarding. I particularly remember how Dennis helped my son Evan in the sailing pursuits. Still sad over the loss. Best to you and the family, Porgie
Kathleen Marino posted a symbolic gesture
Wednesday, September 8, 2021
Dear Dennis. I'm going to miss you so much. The only thing that gives me comfort right now is that I know that you're not in pain. I'll never forget when I told you that I was an orphan and you immediately became my angel. I'll never forget anything about you but certain things come to mind that I want to share now. I'll never forget that when I made you dinner you seriously questioned Joe how he could eat this. I'll never forget how I could always call you for advice and you would always make me feel like I was the only person that you had to talk to that day. I'll never forget the day I sold off Joe's stock without him knowing and we laughed about that for years. I'll never forget when we had Jessica and you and Donna were the only people who came to see her the day that we brought her home. I'll never forget when I got pregnant with Ashley and was medically put on bed rest and how Donna picked Jessica up every morning for us so I could stay in bed and not only did Donna bring her back home every night but she also brought dinner for us. I'll never forget our Thanksgivings together and how we always did the football pool and you were so competitive and always so mad because Jessica and Ashley always won but you were always so happy to give the girls the money. They felt like they won the lottery. Jessica and Ashley are going to miss their Uncle Dennis. Jessica wrote a three-page journal entry in her journal just about you and her. She remembers when we would stay at the beach house on Thanksgiving and hanging out in your garage and you making the girls bacon on the grill. Joe and I stayed in bed and you said to the girls, "Do you girls have parents?!". I'll never forget how we did the girls Christmas picture every year on the beach after Thanksgiving dinner. I read Jessica's journal entry and she so vividly remembered how you and her would look for sea glass and she still has it.. Jessica also wrote that you once told her that, "If I gave you a twenty dollar bill and locked you in the closet, you would come out with $17.50." I'll never forget how you hired Joe so I can stay home with Jessica. It was a dream that I was able to stay home with her. Ashley remembers doing puzzles with you and to this day she and her husband love doing puzzles together. I can go on and on, Dennis. I know you are up in heaven. I'll never forget you and I will always remember all that you've done for my family and I. I would never have the life I have without you. I love you.
Joe Marino posted a symbolic gesture
Wednesday, September 8, 2021
Dennis. You are like a father to me. I never would have been who I am as a person today without your guidance and love. I can't believe that you are gone. I'm thankful that you are not in pain. I just wish that I could have said goodbye and that I love you. I have so many great memories of you - spending Thanksgiving together all of those years, hanging out in the garage at the Seaside house, dinners at Lahiere's and that Italian steak house across the street from the Trenton train station, renting the pontoon boat in Florida, getting the sweatshirts at Tiger's Tale. You gave me my first big break in my career, you taught me how to have confidence and you saved my family and I in more ways than one. I still think about you oftentimes before doing things and ask myself, "what would Dennis do". I wish that I had half the charisma, confidence and sense of humor that you had. I'm sure that you are in heaven right now and that you are the life of the party just like you were down here in life with us. I love you, Dennis.
Regina Marie Miskewitz posted a condolence
Sunday, September 5, 2021
I am so sad to learn of Dennis’ passing. Way too young to leave this life. Donna, you and your family are in my prayers. Sincerely, Regina Marie Miskewitz.
The family of Dennis M. Moore Sr. uploaded a photo
Saturday, September 4, 2021
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