OBITUARY

Jeffrey R. Moore

June 29, 1958January 31, 2019

MOORE - Jeffrey R. Passed away January 31, 2019, following a brave battle with ALS. Father of Katelyn E. (Nathan) El-Obari; brother of Terry Moore, Debbie (Jacob) Brown and Marilyn (David) McNulty; grandfather of Zackary and Lucas; dear friend of Joyce Sturm; uncle of Justin (Jessica), Jason (Christina) Moore, Alyssa Pashong, Joseph Brown and the late Jenna Moore; great-uncle of Dylan, Madeline and Grayson; also survived by many friends. No prior visitation. Services will be private. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the Willow Lodge 9A at the Buffalo VAMC, 3495 Bailey Ave., Buffalo, NY 14215. Online condolences at www.denglerrobertspernafuneral.com

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REMEMBERING

Jeffrey R. Moore

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kevin jenks

February 8, 2019

Jeff w/be sadly missed he was wonderful father who endured many hardships in life,

We remember him growing in Pendleton & Wheatfield love animals & hockey in

area his Father created for him & siblings, Easy going fun loving boy into adulthood

He now is back home w/his beloved mother Elaine & together they w/have most

enjoyable life through eternity!!

Yvonne Kajfasz

February 4, 2019

Jeff was a great guy and always loved hockey and skating. I remember when he was a teen and they had their own ice rink to maintain in their yard. He loved being on the ice, skating and having hockey games with friends. My deepest and sincerest condolences to the family.

Penny Emily Grimaldi

February 2, 2019

My heartfelt sympathy is extended to Jeff's children and family.
I had the pleasure of meeting Jeff through my son, Shawn I. Rogers, who worked with Jeff, a number of years ago, at Columbus McKinnon Company, in Amherst New York. Jeff was also making and marketing his salsa sauce; which was delicious. Shawn and I last saw Jeff when Jeff worked at the Pepsi Center Ice Rink in Amherst NY. Jeff was a friendly, polite, sincere person. May the angels hold him close and gentle guide him through his journey home.
Respectfully,
Penny Grimaldi, Amherst NY

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