William      M.
Brockport: Friday, March 4, 2011. Predeceased by his sisters, Nancy Latimer, Frances 'Sue' Boudreau; parents, Clifford and Eva Moore. Survived by his loving wife of 35 years, Sandy Moore; his children, Melanie (Joe) Dei Santi, Justin (Giannina) Moore, Caitlin Moore, Travis Moore; grandchildren, Maddie and Joey; brothers, James (Carol) Moore, Sherman (Mary) Moore, Richard (Marilyn) Moore; sisters-in-law, Lynn (John) Shinners, Patricia (Robert) Wherley; brothers-in-law, Karl (Joanne) Sittner, Max Sittner; several nieces and nephews. Friends may call Monday 5-8 PM at Vay-Schleich & Meeson Funeral Home, 1075 Long Pond Road, Greece Chapel. Contributions may be sent to Heifer International, www.heifer.org in his memory. For more information or to sign William's online guestbook please visit MeesonFamily.com.

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  1. Any time I’d run into Bill was a bright spot in my work day. I admired his sense of responsibility, and the wonderful way he committed whole heartedly to any project he took on, any cause he believed in, or any person he befriended. I am grateful that I had the chance to work with Bill, and to have had the opportunity to see what a special and beautiful person he truly was.

  2. Dear Sandy and Family-

    There really are no words to express how truly sorry we were to hear of Billy’s passing. We are all heartbroken for you and your family, as well as, the entire Moore clan. Know that our thoughts are with all of you and that you are in our prayers.

    Our Deepest Sympathy-
    Aunt Ceil and Family

  3. Dear Sandy and Family,

    I will remember Bill for his gift of unconditional love, eagerness to help friend, stranger or foe. He had a quiet spirit, a sense of humor and a deep commitment to his wife and children. May the comfort of God, family and friends assist you in the days ahead.
    Hugs and prayers

  4. Dear Sandy and family,
    We just wanted to let you know how very sorry and shocked we were to see the notice in the paper.Billy was such ain interesting and loving person, and we have,(especially Paul), such wonderful memories of times with him, and then with you.
    Our love and prayers are with you.
    Love,
    Paul & Darlene

  5. Dear Sandy and Family;Billy and our
    son Paul grew up together and where
    life long friend’s.Billy was around our
    home and family for many,many year’s.We loved Billy!Our heart’s are
    very,very sad this day.Billy will be in our heart’s and prayer’s,as you,Sandy.
    Please accept our deepest sympathy
    for you and the Family.Love alway’s,
    Bob and Minnie Massaro

  6. Dear Sandy
    Maribeth just called and told me about Billy. I am so sorry you have lost your soulmate.
    I remember Billy always had a smile on his face – I hope your love for him and your memories of him carry you throught this extremely difficult time
    My deepest sympathy to you, your children and family.
    Love
    Mary

  7. Dear Sandy, Melanie, Justin, Kaitlin and Travis. I was saddened to hear of Bill’s passing this morning. You are in my thoughts and prayers at this difficult time. I wish I could be there for you.
    Love to you all!
    Jackie

  8. Dear Sandy,

    We were so very sorry to hear about Billy and wanted to let you know that we were thinking about you. He was a very special guy who touched the lives of many people. We’re keeping you and your family in our thoughts and prayers. Sincerely, Jan and Don Francis

  9. Dearest Sandy, Melanie, Justin, Caitlin and Travis. I am so sorry to hear about the loss of Bill. I just cannot believe this has happened. I am currently visiting Jackie so will not be able to be there tomorrow but will see you when I return. My thoughts and prayers are with you all. Pat

  10. I am one of many from Appellate Division Courthouse who had the honor of knowing Bill not only as a colleague but as a friend. He was one of a kind and will be truly missed. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

  11. I am so saddened to hear about the passing of Billy. He passed on my father’s birthday. We grew to love Billy when he, Aunt Eva, and Sue came to live with us in Herkimer. The last time I saw Billy was when he came to my father’s funeral and I was so happy to see him. All my sympathy to you and your family.

  12. I am so very sorry to hear the sad news of cousin Billy’s passing. Growing up, I lived on the other side of Uncle Albert’s house on Lansing Street. I have many warm memories of all of us together back then. With heartfelt sympathy to your family, Bill’s cousin, Debbie (Uncle Edmund’s daughter) & husband, Dennis

  13. I have known Bill for over 10 years. We met when I hired him to be the Manager at the Appellate Court. From that moment we connected as great co-workers and friends and we remained friends to this day. Bill and I got together every month for lunch or coffee. He cared about people, fairness and enjoying life. My son, Matt worked with Bill during his breaks from college and whenever Matt came home Bill, his son Travis, Matt and I would go to the Dinasaur for lunch. Matt was devasted by the news of Bill’s sudden passing. I loved Bill and will miss his smile, his pleasant manner, enthusiam for life, off the wall ideas and most of all his friendship.

  14. I’m so sorry to hear the sad news. I have a lot of great memories of Uncle Bill from when I was young. He will be missed.

  15. My dearest Sandy and family, My deepest sympathy for the loss of Bill. He left us to early. You are in heart and prayers. Love, Lill Larkin

  16. Sandy and family, our deepest sympathy to all of you. So sorry we can not be there in person but we are there in spirit. What a wonderful man ‘Butch’ was and all the wonderful memories we have. Such a positive spirit. Although, our lives went in differant directions, he was always part of our fun conversations because of the friendship we had adn those memories will last forever. His Christmas letter this past year showed how so proud he was of all of you,you all made him a happy man. Bates is so happy to of had such a special friend in ‘Butch’ and will always keep him in his heart. ‘I miss you Butch’

  17. Sandy and family,
    Our deepest sympathy for the loss of Bill. I will always remember the good times we had together. You are in our thoughts and prayers. I’m sorry I can’t be there, but please know that I’m thinking of you.

    Sincerely, Tom and Roberta

  18. Sandy and Kids – This came as a little shock. Always loved Billy. He was always such a great guy. I’m sure my brother Tom will be their at Heaven’s gate to greet him, along with his mother, sisters and all the others who have been in in his life!
    Love to all of you!
    Bill’s cousin Mary Susan
    (Uncle Albert’s daughter)

  19. Sandy, I cannot tell you how sorry I was to here about Billy. Know that you are in my thoughts. Much Love, Maribeth

  20. Sandy, Melanie, Justin, Caitlin and Travis:
    I was so sorry to hear about Bill’s (your Dad’s) death. My first thought, after the shock of hearing the news, was of all of you and how sad you must be. I am so sorry. Bill (your Dad) was a great guy! He will be missed. You are in my heart, thoughts and prayers. Steve sends his love.
    Love,
    Judy

  21. Sandy, my condolences on your loss. I just learned of Bill’s passing. You and the family are in my thoughts. May brighter days guide you through this time. Cousin Dan.

  22. Sandy,I dont know if you would remember me but my dad and i used to know you and Bill from St Georges here in Schenectady….My condoleneces on your loss of Bill….he was a great guy and l will always remember calling him Sexton William…my dad has passed away a few years now and just know that he will meet bill up in heaven and they will talk overthe old days….Again my sympathy for your loss….Frank L Marro 235 green st schenectady ny

  23. Sincere condolences to your family.

    My deepest wishes that your pleaseant memories help to ease the pain of your loss.

  24. We are so sorry about Bill’s death. We will remember him from his involvement in troup 45 and cub scout den. He volunteered with Lynn to start a new pack at school 16 so Travis and Joe could be cub scouts. Bill and I would chat at troup 45 meetings waiting for the boys. We also shared the bond of kids at the School of Arts. I hope you are healing. Peace. Jane, Lynn, and Joe Braband

  25. We are so sorry for the loss of Billy. We have many fond memories of our families together at my dad’s house on Lansing Street growing up and our good times together.

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