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Richard A. Moore

18 September, 195317 November, 2020

Richard Alan Moore, 67, of 37 Farm St., Danbury, CT passed away on Tuesday, November 17, 2020 at Danbury Hospital. He was the husband of Lisa (Resner) Moore.

Richard was born in Mount Kisco, NY, a son of the late Robert Nelson Moore and Eva Mae Butler, and he attended Brewster High School.

Richard worked as an auto technician for most of his career, between shops such as Greentree Toyota, Pamby Motors, and Mark Ford Mercury, and worked for a number of years until retiring as an instructor at Porter & Chester Institute in Stratford CT. In his spare time, he enjoyed fishing, watching movies, playing chess, and cheering on the Jets, Knicks, Islanders, and Mets, as well as watching Nascar. He also enjoyed vacationing at Seaside Park, New Jersey and spending time with his family.

Richard was predeceased by his son, Adam Moore, and his brothers, Keith and Robert Moore.

In addition to his wife of 32 years, survivors include his sons, Ryan (Caitlin), Tyler, and Matthew Moore, all of Danbury, CT. He is also survived by his sister, Linda Smalley of Whitefield, NH, and his mother-in-law, Charlotte Resner of Danbury, CT.

Private funeral services will be held at St. Joseph’s Church in Danbury at the convenience of the family. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, services will be for family only. The services will be live streamed on the St. Joseph’s Website, for information about the live streaming, please contact the family.

Please omit flowers, contributions in Richard’s memory may be made to the American Diabetes Association, POB 7023, Merrifield, VA 22116-7023.


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Richard A. Moore

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Jamie Levinthal

24 November 2020

Lisa and Ryan,
My thoughts have been with you in recent days. I am very sorry for your loss and I hope you feel surrounded by much love.


Mike Mcgarry

20 November 2020

I met Rick through a fellow acquaintance about 20 years ago. We became friends, attended our meetings together and socializing on occasion. He invited me to a world series game- Mets, Yankees in 2000. And I got to know Rick. He was a good husband, a good dad and raised 3 great young men. We had some verbal jousting at times, a few battles. But the next day, he would say, " Mikey, you know I love ya. " So I will end with, " Rick, you know I love ya. Rest in peace my brother. "