David Michael Moore
December 20, 1965 – October 11, 2020
David was born to Wendell and Sally Moore in Anchorage, AK. He was active in Youth Hockey from 1969 - 1987. After graduating from Bartlett High School, he moved to Phoenix, AZ, attending United Technical Institute receiving a certificate in HVAC. He returned home to Alaska in 1989.
David married Heather, the love of his life, in 1991 in Anchorage. The same year, they moved to Grand Junction for a short time, but decided to reside in Phoenix.
He is preceded in death by his father, Wendell D. Moore; grandparents, James Cecil and Viola Moore, and aunt, Mary Syrja.
He frequently traveled between Phoenix and Grand Junction. He was a member of Monument Baptist Church, 486 23 Road, Grand Junction, where a Memorial Service will be held Sunday, October 18, 11:00 a.m. Interment will be at Memorial Gardens, North Ave., in Grand Junction at a later date.
For many years David has been a devoted son and caregiver for his parents. He earned many stars in his Heavenly crown.
Matthew 3.17 A voice from Heaven "This is my son whom I love, with him I am well pleased."
David was also a member of the Mesa County Genealogical Society. He had compiled an album of family history. He also had interest in cooking, landscaping, philosophy, and fishing.
David is survived by his wife of 29 years, Heather; mother, Sally Moore; brother, Bryan (Sarah) of Wasilla, AK; sister, Susan Sewell; nephew, Tyler Sewell of AK; niece, Amy (Pete); great-niece, McKinley Keegan; aunt, Ann Moore; uncle, Clifford Moore of Grand Junction, and many cousins, and friends.
Family request donations to Twin Peaks Bible Camp, PO Box 907, Grand Junction, CO 81502.
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David Michael Moore
October 18, 2020
During the 8 years that we have been neighbors and friends with David we have never had to worry about anything that was amiss at our place. From car tail lights to AC malfunction to our sprinkler system he always kept an eye out for us. He never hesitated to lend a helping hand, chit chat about the goings-on and provide news and advice on many things, for which we are very grateful.
David, we will miss you! May your soul rest in peace and may you find eternal happiness.
Our deepest sympathy to Sally, Heather and David's siblings. May the memories serve to comfort you in this time of great grief.
Love and prayers
Karen and Manoj
October 14, 2020
My condolences to Heather and the Moore family. I feel privileged to have known your family for over 30 years, and Dave is truly a Brother. Every member of my family knows "Cousin Dave". We had a lot of fun traveling, camping, cooking, building things, etc.
Dave is the nicest person my wife and I know, and we were always so happy to have him over to the house. My heart is broken and I will always love my Brother Dave Moore.