Beulah E. Moore

July 5, 1927May 24, 2018
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Funeral services for Beulah E. Moore, age 90 of the Cemetery Road, Ogdensburg, will be held at 2:00pm on Tuesday (May 29, 2018) at the Cornerstone Wesleyan Church with Rev. Paul Dettmer officiating. Calling hours will be held also on Tuesday from 11:00am until the time of the funeral at the church. Mrs. Moore passed away on Thursday (May 24, 2018) at Claxton Hepburn Medical Center surrounded by her loving family.

Surviving are her children Ronny (Caryn) Moore of Kinderhook NY, John Moore & his companion Ghislaine Swem of Lisbon, Deborah (Dave) Kingsley of Heuvelton, daughter-in-law Robin Moore of New Hampshire; a sister Clara Holliday of Oswego; ten grandchildren; 7 great-grandchildren; a sister-in-law Judy Gladle of Fayetteville NC and many nieces, nephews & cousins.

Beulah was predeceased by her husband Harry; a son Trevor; four brothers Clinton, George, Myron & Glen Gladle and a sister Pauline Lockel.

Beulah was born on July 5, 1927 in the town of Oswegatchie, a daughter of the late Myron & Grace (McIntyre) Gladle. She graduated from Lisbon High School and continued her education at the Roethel’s Business School. She later married Harry L. Moore on August 16, 1946 at the Lisbon Wesleyan Parsonage with Rev. George Jock officiating the couple’s marriage.

Beulah assisted her husband on the family farm for many years, and also worked for a brief time as a home healthcare provider. She enjoyed mowing her lawn, knitting, reading, cooking, baking and spending time with her family. Memorial contributions can be made to the Cornerstone Wesleyan Church or the Lisbon Library. Fond memories and condolences can also be shared at


  • Calling Hours Tuesday, May 29, 2018
  • Funeral Service Tuesday, May 29, 2018

Beulah E. Moore

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Joe and Kim Trivilino

June 3, 2018

Dear Ronnie, Debbie, John and families,
Your mom (and dad) were such Lisbon fixtures and will be sorely missed. Joe would always tease her and how she would laugh. Losing your mom is one of life's tragedies that can only be healed by Heaven, how glad we are for the hope and the assurance of that glad reunion!!
Sorry we could not pay our respects in person as we were out of town but know you were in our thoughts and praying for Gods arms of comfort now as you as you navigate life without Beulah.
In Him,
Joe and Kim (Gray) Trivilino

caryn moore

June 1, 2018

Mom Moore just loved yellow roses . . . and they opened this very week. Oh! How she will be missed but remembered so lovingly . . . "Her children shall rise up and call her blessed." Truly we all have been blessed.

Amy Caringi

May 29, 2018

Amy Caringi

May 28, 2018

Clinton Moore

May 28, 2018

To: The generations mourning with us
From: Doris and Clinton Moore
Many years a friend, unfailingly hospitable and kind, Beulah has been and will always be remembered as a blessing to our lives. And she made great pies.

Clede/Shelley Spooner

May 28, 2018

To The Moore Family,
Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you.
Clede and Shelley (Winters) Spooner

Jackie Lipsky

May 27, 2018

I'm so sorry to hear about Beulah's passing. I always called her "Gamma Moore" as a child. I remember making sticky buns and rolls with her, warm days playing outside the house, picking flowers for her, holding her hand to cross the road to go to the barn and sitting on the couch for afternoon stories. When she needed us to be busy, she'd have us scratch Grandpa Moore with the back scratcher (smart!). I remember as a teen how she took great care of my mom when she was ill, helped out with a lot of cleaning. She was determined that teenagers should not sleep in and had the house up and moving in no time. I remember her friendly and chatty nature, her laugh, her hugs, and how she always knew what was going on. She was a huge blessing to my mom and I remember my mom telling what slumber parties were like at her house. So many wonderful memories of a life well lived. Praying that the memories will comfort you all. Jackie (Russell) Lipsky

michele skidds

May 26, 2018

Deb and family,sorry to hear of your mother passing.She had a full life.May she RIP.

Amber Wagg

May 26, 2018

Dave, Debbie, Joanna-
I am thinking of you. I have very fond memories of church there at Cornerstone. No memory is without Harry and Beulah. Love you all.

Michelle McLagan

May 26, 2018

Condolences on behalf of the staff and trustees of the Hepburn Library of Lisbon.

We are saddened to hear the news of Beulah's passing. She was a wonderful library supporter and I have personally missed our conversations about the books she was reading and the humorous stories she would share while visiting the library.

Our community has lost an incredible woman.

With sympathy,
Michelle McLagan, Library Director