Leo Thomas Moore

October 3, 1923June 20, 2019

Leo Thomas Moore, born October 3, 1923 in New Albin, IA, departed this life on June 20, 2019 in Monroe, WA. He was 95. Leo is survived by his son Michael Moore of Rio Rancho, NM. He was preceded in death by his wife Thelma Ann Moore in 2007. A Funeral Mass honoring Leo’s life will be held on Tuesday, July 2, 2019 at 11AM at St. Mary of the Valley Catholic Church, 601 W. Columbia St., Monroe. Memorial donations in his name may be made to the St. Vincent de Paul Society.


  • Michael Moore, Son


  • Funeral Mass Tuesday, July 2, 2019
  • Inurnment Saturday, July 13, 2019


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Nan Radford

July 5, 2019

Leo had the path to heaven covered with hard candy, kind words and a few tears, He was a true, gentleman full of smiles, generosity and inspiration.
Thank you for being here Leo.Tom and I loved you.
I can still see your Irish twinkle in your eyes.

Sharon Roloff

July 1, 2019

Leo was a true friend. He influenced our lives in many ways, especially showing us how to serve in the Catholic faith. He "walked" his "talk" as they say. He kept his promise to the love of his life, Thelma, to honor their shared faith. He was always available, no matter the task, serving at the coffee hour, lector, usher and bringing communion to all that requested it. Knights of Columbus was very high on his list of commitments along with taking care of all the children; small or grown, he loved them all. He made many memories that we will never forget. With love from Sharon, Elizabeth and Theresa

Carolyn Brill

June 28, 2019

Leo will be remembered by me as a true gentleman. We met a church and if he came to my house for an event always brought some homemade breads. He loved the children and would try and slip them a hard candy instead of a handshake. He was smiling and light hearted, looking very sharply dressed in a suit every Sunday. Several woman at the Parrish were happy to look out for him to take him to appointments and include him because he was so nice and enthusiastic about being with people. He believed that people should gather together in community and was the leader for providing the donuts after mass for many years even if he had to fund the operation himself. Leo set an example of what participation looks like for everything that he did, he was fully present.

Diana Bizak

June 23, 2019

Leo Moore was a member of the Society of St. Vincent de Paul for over 60 years. Always humble, he did God's work with a loving and generous heart.