Michael T. Moore

November 21, 1952November 14, 2018

Michael T. Moore, 65, of Camp Hill, passed away Wednesday, November 14, 2018 at Carolyn’s House, Harrisburg, peacefully with his family by his side. He was born November 21,1952 in Pittsburgh, son of the late John and Alice (Thompson) Moore. Michael was employed as a Management Analyst with the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation. He was a member of The Church of the Good Shepherd, Camp Hill and served as a financial secretary of their Knights of Columbus Council 10685 for 12 years.

He is survived by his wife, Kathy E. Moore, of Camp Hill, sons, John (Katie) of Havertown, Tom (Arely) of Greensboro, NC, daughter, Becky Small (Matt) of Linglestown, his grandchildren, Molly, Charlie and Abby Moore, his siblings, Sheila Ross (James), Jack Moore (Renee), Judi Van Balen and Kathy Monte (John), his in-laws Elayne Viani, Don Viani (Brenda), Jim Viani (Deb), Lanny Sharar (Steve) and Tom Viani. He is also survived by several aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews and cousins.

Viewing will be from 3 to 6 pm, Sunday November 18, 2018 at the Neill Funeral Home, 3401 Market St. Camp Hill. Mass of Christian Burial will be concelebrated Monday, November 19, 2018 at 11:00AM at The Church of the Good Shepherd, 3435 Trindle Rd, Camp Hill, with viewing from 10:00 until time of Mass. Entombment will be in Gate of Heaven Cemetery, Mechanicsburg. In lieu of flowers memorial contributions can be made to Church of the Good Shepherd, 3435 E. Trindle Rd. Camp Hill, PA 17011 or to Hospice of Central Pennsylvania: Carolyn’s House, 1701 Linglestown Rd. Harrisburg, PA 17110


  • Kathy E. Moore, Spouse
  • John Moore, Son
  • Katie Moore, Daughter-in-law
  • Tom Moore, Son
  • Arely Moore, Daughter-in-law
  • Becky Small, Daughter
  • Matt Small, Son-in-law
  • siblings: Sheila Ross (James), Jack Moore (Renee), Judi Van Balen and Kathy Monte (John)

    Grandchildren: Mollie, Charlie and Abby Moore

    In-laws: Elayne Viani, Don Viani (Brenda), Jim Viani (Deb), Lanny Sharar (Steve) and Tom Viani.

  • Church of the Good Shepherd
  • Carolyn's House


  • Viewing Sunday, November 18, 2018
  • Viewing Monday, November 19, 2018
  • Mass of Christian Burial Monday, November 19, 2018

Michael T. Moore

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Rita Geraci

November 18, 2018

The Moore and Geraci families started off together at Good Shepherd School on through Trinity, through college years and onward. Mike and I ran the concession stand for Trinity soccer and he always kept me laughing while organizing everything behind the scenes. He was the driver to the away games and we all enjoyed the or lose. I always thought of Mike as one of those “pillars” of the Church my mom talked about. He was literally part of the foundation that kept the parish running, with humor and humility. I will always be grateful that our paths intertwined. God has picked one of the very best to be on His team. Mike, Dom will be there to greet you. Rest In Peace and May God give you the work of angels. My deepest sympathy to his beautiful family and friends.

Mike and Robin Egbert

November 18, 2018

To the Moore family we send our deepest sympathy and prayers at this difficult time.
We will miss Mike, as his gentle and warm smile greeted us with every encounter.
May his legacy of love and kindness guide you and you family. May each day be filled with loving memories of how he enriched those he touched.

Connie Moore

November 17, 2018

My heart aches for all of you. It pains me that I didn’t get to see Mike or his family since my dad or aunt Alice died-I can’t I remember now who left us first.....I’m sure they’re together in heaven now cracking their jokes & talking about the Steelers.
I so wish I could be there with you but I’m now solely responsible for my Vanessa & 2 other girls.
All my love,
Sorry about the photo quality- this was taken on Elmbrook Lane, Christmas of 1952

Gwen Zeh

November 16, 2018

To Mike's Family,
I have had the honor and privilege of knowing and working with Mike at PennDOT since I started working with him in March 2018. While it is a very short period of time I have many memories of our days working together - because he is that kind of guy - "memorable". A lot of it has to do with his humor, boy, did he know how to crack us all up; and a lot of it has to do with his always being ready to provide information and support when we were trying to manage our way through the rules, regulations and systems that the Procurement Help Desk dealt with day-in and day-out. He also had a knack for knowing if you were having an off day - he had a way of just showing up at your desk and asking if you were OK or if you needed a hand with anything - when you knew darn well his plate was fuller than most of ours because everyone sought him out for assistance with the issues they were having with their work. I spend a fair amount of time at our department copier/printer which is on the other side of his cubicle wall. Apparently, I'm a "sigh-er" and once in a while I'd hear his voice saying "Hey, can you keep it down over there?" or some such snarky and funny comment...he cracked me up! In a very different way from what you are going through, I miss him every day and he will always be on my mind and in my heart. I am so very sorry for your loss and know that Mike is looking down on all of us with a smile and nothing but good wishes - that is the kind of man he was in my eyes.
Thank you for sharing him with me.

Pam Lewis

November 16, 2018

Dear Kathy and family,
Thank you for sharing Mike with us . I've worked with Mike for 19+ years here at PennDOT. He was a very understanding man who responded with a funny GIF on emails that I couldn't help but laugh at. He always took the time to help out no matter how busy he was. It was a pleasure working with him, his knowledge was exemplary and will surely be missed by so many. Although I never had the pleasure of meeting Mike in person, I know I will in heaven. May all your memories carry thru this difficult but temporary separation from the wonderful man I had the honor to call a friend as well as a coworker.

God Bless You All! :-)

James Ross

November 16, 2018

Mike was a genuinely good guy. He always seemed to find the humor in a situation letting us know with his dry incredibly quick wit. Then we would see his shy smile and hear his chuckle.
He earned the undying respect and admiration of his co-workers as well his friends and acquaintances in many communities.
He was a great family man with a great love given and received to and from all of his immediate and extended family. Oh, how he loved and lived for his grandchildren.
He would offer his helping hand to anyone who asked or to those he knew needed help. But how I remember Mike is that he was a brother who was fun to be with. And of course, a die-hard Steelers fan.
He lived with me and his sister, Shiela, in our house for many months when he first moved to Harrisburg from Pittsburgh. He will be sorely missed by me, his entire family and countless friends. His good works will continue in Heaven!

Tom Wonsiewicz

November 16, 2018

To the Moore family I send my love and hope that the heartache you feel will give way to solace and peacefulness.
I will miss Mike’s wry smile and quick humor. His way of getting me to grin and to see the humorous side of a situation—or myself—was a gift. And, I am grateful to have been the recipient of his gifts.

Elaine DiRienzo

November 15, 2018

To Mike’s Family:
I’m so sorry for your loss. I worked with Mike for 5 years. He always had a joke and a smile to share with his coworkers. He brightened my day. Thank you for sharing him with us.

Kimberly Tyborowski

November 15, 2018

My favorite memory is when Mr. Moore drove Becky and I to every McDonalds in the Harrisburg area to get all of the different beanie baby happy meal toys. He was the best and will be greatly missed!