May 7, 1957 – April 13, 2018
Clinton Moore was born on May 7, 1957 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and passed away on April 13, 2018 in Fort Lauderdale, Florida
- Visitation Friday, April 20, 2018
- Funeral Service Friday, April 20, 2018
- Committal Service Friday, April 20, 2018
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Lisa Robinson (Clinton’s Sister)
May 28, 2018
My big brother was so incredible! I want to share some of our fondest memories as kids growing up in a loving home in Phildelphia, PA.
Did you know he was a gymnist? He was headed to the Olympcs for rings, bars and tumbling, back in the day. (1970’s)
Did you know that he was a talented artist? Drawing was his thing! Water colors, abstracts, and his beloved CARS!! Yes, Clinton saw mental designs for cars that could fly well before “Back To The Future” came out.
Lastly, did you know he was a serious wrestling fan back in the day? Our home was filled with actually wrestling matches, whether you wanted to participate or not...Clinton (Ricky) would tickle you into submission; give the 1-2-3 count to declare he had won...everytime, LOL.
I will forever love and miss my brother. We were a decade a part, but close always in siblng love.
May 9, 2018
I will always remember Clint coming to my office to sit with me and share his family stories. I will cherish the memory of seeing him as I came into work. Early in the morning as I got out of my car he would pull up along side of me with his sunglasses on and say "You need a taxi?" This was our little inside joke. He is missed greatly!
April 26, 2018
My name is Sheila and I am the Activity director for the Assisted Living building. Over the past 12 years I had the privilege of working with Clint. I will always remember our in depth conversations covering an enormous range of subjects. It was amazing to me how well informed he was on any given subject! From cars to politics to movies and songs, and of course our favorite restaurants, the conversation always flowed with his incredible knowledge and entertaining personality. I miss waving to him in the car as he was going home and I was just getting in. Many times I got to talk to him in the break room at the Independent building. I miss not seeing him there. He would say, "What's going on?" and I knew that I had my friends ear, always willing to hear my stories and always with that great big smile. Clint made sure that when he was working in my building that my little office was taken care of, no one but Clint did that for me. My tears are flowing as I remember Clint and our 12 years of friendship, conversation, and laughs. I fondly think about him daily as I see and hear him everywhere I go throughout the community. Clint was a very special human being and is dearly missed by all his co-workers. With sincere sympathy, wishing you comfort and peace. Sheila Kahn