Raymond M.
Greece: Peacefully, June 7, 2008, surrounded by his family and close friends. Predeceased by his granddaughter, Olivia Dillenbeck. Survived by his loving wife Theresa, of 48 years; son, John Moore; daughters, Laurie (Jared) Dillenbeck, Sue (David) Pacelli; grandchildren, Jamie, Joe and Jayden; brother-in-laws, Jerry (Nina) Lasponara, Jim Lasponara; sister-in-law, Marlene Miller; nieces and nephews. Ray retired from Kodak Fire Department in 1991 and was a Volunteer Firefighter for Greece Ridge Fire Department. Friends may call Thursday 4-8 PM at the Vay-Schleich & Meeson Funeral Home 1075 Long Pond Road. His Funeral Service will be held Friday 11:00 AM in the Funeral Home Chapel. Interment, Private. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the National Kidney Foundation or the American Heart Association in his memory.

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  1. Dear Aunt Terri, Johnny, Laurie and Susie, my deepest sympathy goes out to you and your families at this very difficult time. Uncle Ray will always hold a very special place in my heart and he will be greatly missed.

  2. Dear Mom Moore,
    Our deepest sympathy goes out to you, John, Laurie & Susie and extended family. I have always had the utmost respect for ‘Dad Moore’. He was the kindest and most thoughtful man I’ve ever known. I have fond memories of my High School years coming to your house after school with Laurie to visit and seeing you and Dad afterschool. Dad was always very welcoming and funny. I will miss him greatly!

  3. Dear Moore Family-

    My thoughts and prayers are with you all and I hope you find comfort each day in yoru memories of him.

    God Bless-

  4. Dear Theresa, John, Laurie and Susan; Mary Ann and I extend our sincere sympathy to you in the passing of Ray. Ray was a mentor and good friend when I joined the ranks of the KPFD. Little did I know that Ray worked with my father in law in Bldg. 58 before transfering to the fire department. We sure had some good times at Group 4 picnics and we especially remember the time at Bill and Dorie Davids summer residence in Dansville when I broke the key off in the ignition of our truck. Mary Ann was pregnant with Kory and immediately the truck was invaded by a team of mechanical experts, led by Head Mechanic Ray Moore to make emergncency repairs so, if necessary I could take her to the hospital! Yes, we will miss Ray. May He Rest In Peace. We are sorry that we will not be able to attend Ray’s wake or service, as we will be out of town from Wednesday-Sunday.
    God Bless all of you.

  5. I am so sorry for your loss. I just found out today. I really liked Ray. I think that he will be happy in heaven.

    God bless you.

    Warm regards,
    Roy

  6. My sincere sympathy to Theresa and family. Ray and I were on the same Group for many years in the Kodak Fire Department. So many good times and oh so many stories……….
    Rest in peace my friend.
    Don Boothby

  7. My sincere sympathy to Theresa and the entire family. I am leaving for Missouri in 5 hours and will not be able to attend the calling or service. However, I just wanted to say that as one of Ray’s supervisors in the Kodak FD, he was always regarded and highly respected as a professional firefighter everyday that he was on the job. Kodak Park was a safer place to work because of the dedication, training and expertise that Ray brought to the job each time that he entered the firehouse. I know the same can be said of his fine record as a volunteer firefighter for many years at the Greece Ridge FD. I will miss seeing Ray at the town wide Greece exempt club picnics. I can hear his laughter now as he tells another of his many great stories and jokes. All Ray’s family can be very proud of the fond memories and legacy Ray leaves with all his pals in the fire service. I last saw Ray a short time ago at Lowe’s and we talked briefly. We never know when such visits will be the last, but I will treasure that one forever. Your work is done now old buddy. You will be missed by all your family, friends and fire department cronies. Rest easy dear friend. Gene Preston, retired deputy chief, Kodak FD and past fire commissioner, North Greece FD.

  8. Sorry about your loss, we’re thinking about you all. please let me know if there’s anything I can do for you.

    Sincrely,
    Tom & Cindy Mowers

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