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OBITUARY

Christine Anne Liaga "Theng" Moore

March 21, 1983March 22, 2020
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Christine Anne Liaga “Theng” Moore will be remembered as being highly organized, practical and realistic. She was a person who always carried a strong sense of duty with her throughout her life and clearly communicated to those around her just who she was and what she was all about.

Christine was born on March 21, 1983 at Poblacion Norte in Rizal, Nueva Ecija, Philippines to Ernesto and Rosario Liaga. She was raised with an older brother, Ryan. As a young girl, Christine enjoyed being part of teams, and organizations and groups of other kids who shared similar interests. In her spare time she enjoyed playing outdoors. In school, Christine was as close to being a model student as one could possibly imagine. A logical and focused thinker, Christine was always good at following directions and meeting her schedules, whether they were set by her teachers or were self-imposed. Christine’s personal motto could well have been, “Do it right the first time.” She was known for receiving high honors throughout school.

Christine was sociable and approachable. Because she was always so straightforward in how she approached relationships, friends and family knew that what they saw was always what they got. She enjoyed the camaraderie of being with a group of friends. When Christine was a member of a group, her interaction worked to keep the others grounded. She wasn’t afraid to confront her friends and, when necessary, she challenged them to stick to the task at hand. Those close to Christine came to expect her high standards of performance. Throughout her life she became friends with so many people, almost too many to mention!

An objective and conscientious individual, Christine reveled in the security of her family. On June 18, 2013 Christine exchanged wedding vows with Eric Gutierrez at the Stained Glass Chapel of Las Vegas, Nevada. One of Christine’s most endearing qualities was her uncanny ability to remember important dates and anniversaries, and her unending enthusiasm for organizing a celebration for her family and friends. Christine was ever watchful of her son, Jan. She worried about him and was deeply concerned for his development as he grew up.

Being a hard worker who praised efficiency, Christine was always striving to make improvements where they were necessary. She was able to analyze situations and problems, keeping everything and everyone on track. She was employed for 13 years as a Healthcare Professional and was also an entrepreneur. Christine was awarded in Service Excellence at Summerlin Hospital. She was a team player who certainly lived out the motto of “give me a job, and I will get it done.”

Christine approached her leisure time in the same manner that she approached her life. A person who enjoyed being neat and orderly and one who understood the nature of things, she appreciated the hours she was able to devote to her various hobbies. Her favorite pursuits were camping, cooking, social gathering, and riding. She also was something of a sports fan and enjoyed watching her favorite events whenever she got the opportunity. Tops on her list were hockey, boxing, and online video games.

Being generous with her time and energy, Christine liked to belong to a variety of groups and organizations. She was a vocal leader who enjoyed being a part of things. Her desire to uphold traditions and her ability to take charge of any type of project made her a tremendous asset. For many years, Christine was an active member of the Las Vegas Motorcycle Group.

Faith was important to Christine. She held high moral standards and was worried about the moral decay she saw around her. For that reason she held deep spiritual beliefs that she was willing to share. She was a member of the Catholic community for 37 years.

When it came time to travel or take a vacation, Christine used her scheduling expertise to make sure everyone and everything was ready to go. That also meant that she made certain no single person was overworked in putting the trip together. Christine had a knack for making sure that everyone who was involved had their specific tasks and that those tasks were completed. Favorite vacations included anything outdoors by the water and Hawaii.

Christine was a lover of animals and cherished her pets. One of Christine’s favorites was Capri, a Maltese, Suzie, a Chihuahua mix, and Blue, a Blue-nosed Pitbull. They were best friends for Capri and Suzie for nine years, and Blue for a year.

Christine passed away on March 22, 2020 at University Medical Center in Las Vegas, Nevada. Christine died doing what she enjoyed the most, riding her motorcycle. She is survived by her husband, Eric; son, JB; uncle, Gerry; parents, Ernesto and Rosario; and her brother, Ryan. Services were held at Palm Southwest Mortuary. Christine will be laid to rest in her hometown in the Philippines.

All who knew her would agree that Christine was a pillar of the community. She lived her life with her feet firmly on the ground. She had a strong work ethic, was pragmatic in her thoughts and acts, and constantly sought the means for self-improvement. She was willing to share her ideas and knowledge for the benefit of others, so that they could accomplish more in their lives. Christine Anne Liaga Moore did her best to ensure that her family, friends, loved ones, co-workers, and everyone whose life she touched was given the chance to become a better person.

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Jocling Kefale

March 29, 2020

I miss you dearly and I hope that you Rest In Peace my love!!! You was like a sister to me! 🙏🏽🙏🏽🙏🏽 I will miss you!!

Julio Sagun-Grijalva

March 29, 2020

Even though I was not as close to you as I was to Eric who I considered him like a little brother, you came into his life and immediately changed his life for the better you got him to get his stuff together, you took me in when I was homeless and you treated me like family, I remember the Karaoke nights you held and the trust you had on me to pick up J.B. from school when I was living with you guys. I never got a chance to tell you "Thank You" and how much your friendship meant to me, to be honest, you are exactly what all men want in a partner, Eric was truly lucky to have you as his partner in crime, you are one of kind a diamond in the rough. You will be missed may you rest in peace until next time.

Trisha May Liaga

March 29, 2020

Tita Theng is the best tita! She always wants the best for us three and also for our loved grandparents. She never failed to give her guidance,care, and love even if she's too far from us. She stands as the breadwinner of the family so that I idolize her everytime I see her practicality in life. She teach us how to balance the needs and wants. I still remember the time that I was crying and complaining to her because I was bullied, she told me that I need to be strong coz' she wasn't here to defend me. It's really hard for us but I know that it's much harder for our cousin, JB; so that we need to be strong for him. I can't explain how thankful I am to have her, and how we are going to wake up everyday thinkin' she's not gonna call every morning to asked what we gonna do for this day and everything. All I can do is fulfill my promise to her that I will study hard to become a successful doctor someday, If we achieved our dream, I know that she's smiling above. Rest well my beautiful angel, til' we met again in the house of our almighty God 💔😭

Angie Marley

March 29, 2020

Christine, it’s hard to believe you are gone but I know in my heart you are in a better place now. I’m sharing this picture because I will never forget this day. You knew I was working two jobs and we stil had an hour before our shift was over and you said “come over here Angie lay down next to me let’s watch TV” I was so scared to get in trouble but you weren’t worried about it. You always lived in the moment. You were always so happy so full of energy and joy. You would tell me “Don’t be a KJ Angie” I asked “what’s a KJ?” Lol “kill joy” I will remember you forever as a woman full of joy and happiness. I’m gonna miss you my good old friend.
Love
-Angie

Lore Cuevas

March 29, 2020

Lore Cuevas

March 29, 2020

Dj Baum

March 29, 2020

It’s hard to believe that you are gone. You are such an amazing person inside and out. You are always there to help others and a true friend to lean on. I will forever miss you.

Rest in Peace Theng.

Lore Cuevas

March 29, 2020

Christine... you know I love you like a sister. I still think of all the memories we had. Remember when we used to work at tlc.. you and Eric would show up at my house before our shift would start saying.. “come on call in” lol or driving late night just to go eat at pho king long .or the time when u said lore bring beer when u go to my house. Make sure it’s corona but instead I bought coronita lmao. Omg so many memories that I will cherish. The conversation we had about you winning the lotto. One day you’ll buy me a house..lol I think we we’re drunk talking . But besides all that. Your personality was you care a lot for your friends. You were always welcoming anyone that you meet. Christine I love you! Rest in heaven❤️❤️❤️

Alia De guzman

March 29, 2020

My dearest friend, my sister. i love u to the moon and back. Thankyou for all the Joy's and laughter and adventures we shared. I will miss u so much! But I know your an angel now. that will continue to watch over us. I'm so grateful and blessed to be your friend Thnkyou.

Rachel&Thogo De Guzman

March 29, 2020

Theng, Thank you for everything the laugh, you always bring a positive energy, you are the most caring person we’ve known.
The fun adventure we used to do and the times we do crazy stuff.
We build so much memories that it will take many days to write it.
I know your smiling from above watching over your family and friends.

We love you.

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Biography

Christine Anne Liaga “Theng” Moore will be remembered as being highly organized, practical and realistic. She was a person who always carried a strong sense of duty with her throughout her life and clearly communicated to those around her just who she was and what she was all about.

Christine was born on March 21, 1983 at Poblacion Norte in Rizal, Nueva Ecija, Philippines to Ernesto and Rosario Liaga. She was raised with an older brother, Ryan. As a young girl, Christine enjoyed being part of teams, and organizations and groups of other kids who shared similar interests. In her spare time she enjoyed playing outdoors. In school, Christine was as close to being a model student as one could possibly imagine. A logical and focused thinker, Christine was always good at following directions and meeting her schedules, whether they were set by her teachers or were self-imposed. Christine’s personal motto could well have been, “Do it right the first time.” She was known for receiving high honors throughout school.

Christine was sociable and approachable. Because she was always so straightforward in how she approached relationships, friends and family knew that what they saw was always what they got. She enjoyed the camaraderie of being with a group of friends. When Christine was a member of a group, her interaction worked to keep the others grounded. She wasn’t afraid to confront her friends and, when necessary, she challenged them to stick to the task at hand. Those close to Christine came to expect her high standards of performance. Throughout her life she became friends with so many people, almost too many to mention!

An objective and conscientious individual, Christine reveled in the security of her family. On June 8, 2013 Christine exchanged wedding vows with Eric Gutierrez at the Stained Glass Chapel of Las Vegas, Nevada. One of Christine’s most endearing qualities was her uncanny ability to remember important dates and anniversaries, and her unending enthusiasm for organizing a celebration for her family and friends. Christine was ever watchful of her son, Jan. She worried about him and was deeply concerned for his development as he grew up.

Being a hard worker who praised efficiency, Christine was always striving to make improvements where they were necessary. She was able to analyze situations and problems, keeping everything and everyone on track. She was employed for 13 years as a Healthcare Professional and was also an entrepreneur. Christine was awarded in Service Excellence at Summerlin Hospital. She was a team player who certainly lived out the motto of “give me a job, and I will get it done.”

Christine approached her leisure time in the same manner that she approached her life. A person who enjoyed being neat and orderly and one who understood the nature of things, she appreciated the hours she was able to devote to her various hobbies. Her favorite pursuits were camping, cooking, social gathering, and riding. She also was something of a sports fan and enjoyed watching her favorite events whenever she got the opportunity. Tops on her list were hockey, boxing, and online video games.

Being generous with her time and energy, Christine liked to belong to a variety of groups and organizations. She was a vocal leader who enjoyed being a part of things. Her desire to uphold traditions and her ability to take charge of any type of project made her a tremendous asset. For many years, Christine was an active member of the Las Vegas Motorcycle Group.

Faith was important to Christine. She held high moral standards and was worried about the moral decay she saw around her. For that reason she held deep spiritual beliefs that she was willing to share. She was a member of the Catholic community for 37 years.

When it came time to travel or take a vacation, Christine used her scheduling expertise to make sure everyone and everything was ready to go. That also meant that she made certain no single person was overworked in putting the trip together. Christine had a knack for making sure that everyone who was involved had their specific tasks and that those tasks were completed. Favorite vacations included anything outdoors by the water and Hawaii.

Christine was a lover of animals and cherished her pets. One of Christine’s favorites was Capri, a Maltese, Suzie, a Chihuahua mix, and Blue, a Blue-nosed Pitbull. They were best friends for Capri and Suzie for nine years, and Blue for a year.

Christine passed away on March 22, 2020 at University Medical Center in Las Vegas, Nevada. Christine died doing what she enjoyed the most, riding her motorcycle. She is survived by her husband, Eric; son, JB; uncle, Gerry; parents, Ernesto and Rosario; and her brother, Ryan. Services were held at Palm Southwest Mortuary. Christine will be laid to rest in her hometown in the Philippines.

All who knew her would agree that Christine was a pillar of the community. She lived her life with her feet firmly on the ground. She had a strong work ethic, was pragmatic in her thoughts and acts, and constantly sought the means for self-improvement. She was willing to share her ideas and knowledge for the benefit of others, so that they could accomplish more in their lives. Christine Anne Liaga Moore did her best to ensure that her family, friends, loved ones, co-workers, and everyone whose life she touched was given the chance to become a better person.