OBITUARY

Jennifer Camus Moore

April 14, 1970January 13, 2021
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Jennifer Camus Moore, 50 years young of Dodson, Oregon was taken to be with the Lord on January 13th, 2021 after a landslide tragically swept her car away. She was found 10 days later.

Jennifer was born in Caloocan, Metropolitan Manila, Philippines on April 14, 1970 to Rogelio Octa Camus and Marta Castillo Camus. Jennifer received her Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree in 1991 from Manila Central University, Philippines. She worked as a OB/Gynac nurse in the Philippines until 1995, and at King Fahad Specialist Hospital in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia before moving to the U.S. in 2002. Jenifer became fluent in 3 languages, English, Tagalog, Arabic and conversational in French and some Chinese. Jennifer received her Oregon and Washington state nursing licenses and went to work for Legacy Health System as an Oncology nurse, becoming shift charge nurse at Good Samaritan Hospital in Portland. She also worked part time for Kaiser Permanente in Portland. Jennifer proudly became a U.S. citizen in 2011. In January 2003, She Married Charles Moore and together raised two children, Nicole and Sean.

The most two important things in Jennifer's life are her family and her religion. She was always happy that she was able to help and comfort others during hard times in their lives, and always provided the best care that she could to all her patients. Jennifer enjoyed traveling, camping, and being with friends and family. Jennifer will always be remembered by everyone who ever met her for her outgoing personality, sense of humor and laughter, and was deeply respected for her leadership.

Jennifer is survived by Her father Rogelio, her mother Marta, her husband Charles, her two children Nicole and Sean; two sisters, Maria Teresa and Maria Victoria, along with many cousins, nephews and nieces, and so many friends.

Jennifer, you will always be loved and missed so very, very much.

Love from your Honey, Your daughter, Your son.

  • PALLBEARERS

  • James Tomaras
  • Alexander Bautista
  • Joshua Moore
  • Dr. James Barbieri
  • Joseph Kaiser
  • Robert Hoffman

Services

  • Recitation of the Holy Rosary

    Tuesday, February 23, 2021

  • Mass of Christian Burial

    Tuesday, February 23, 2021

  • Committal Service

    Tuesday, February 23, 2021

Memories

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Jhun Granada

February 23, 2021

As an old saying goes “Everything happens for a reason “. What we know now, you are in the arms of the Lord, the Creator welcoming you now that you have gone forth from this life.

You are the coolest person among the sisters and your big sparkling smiles will always be remembered.

We love you

Prima Bautista

February 19, 2021

I know you are in a better place now. I miss you terribly. Your departure placed a hole in my heart but it somehow made me stronger. You showed me that no matter how hard life can be we should embrace every moment of it because we never know when it’ll end. We will meet again ❤️

Mainel Gloria

February 18, 2021

Words cannot express how painful it is to lose a big part of my life. Jenny is my sister, my best friend, my travel buddy, my consultant and my defender. We have built a lot of dreams together and all of a sudden, everything shattered. When i got the call that Jenny was caught in a 20 feet mudslide, I was beyond shocked. I was trembling and crying, but strangely enough I remained calm and believed that she would be okay. The first time I saw the site of the accident, I was faced with the reality that she might not make it. Everything changed. I wanted to yell her name thinking that she might hear me and dig her out myself. I hoped against all odds that she will make it out alive. I believe in miracles and knew that it would take one to save her. I asked God, why her? How does a kindhearted, selfless and loving person end up like this. I believe that God has his reasons, but the longer time passes, the more I miss her everyday.

To my sister, Jenny. I’m going to miss everything that you are. Your infectious smile, the sound of your laughter, your generosity and your patience. You were taken from us too soon, but I am so blessed to have spent half of my life with you. Thank you for your unconditional love, for putting us first, for being a good daughter, a great mom, wife and friend. You can be at peace now. I know that you are with our creator. No more worries and no more sleepless nights. I have seen firsthand the hard work that you put in for your family. From working two jobs, to napping on the shoulder of the highway after a long shift at work, the greatness that you are will always be remembered and cherished in our hearts. We lost a precious gem. I love you and I will always will my dear sister — until we meet again.

Judith Wong

February 17, 2021

My deepest condolences to all the Camus and Moore Family...
Thoughts of you Jen always bring good and happy memories. During our college years at Manila Central University (MCU), you are composed and very friendly. I will always remember your charming smiles, your kindness and selflessness.
You have worked so hard as a nurse to help your family.... You are truly a superwoman, a super nurse, super wife and most of all a super mom.
You are surely missed Jen....your beautiful face, your contagious smiles, your lovely gaze, your sweet and kind words. I will remember you as a sweet and kind wife to Charlie, loving and gentle mother to Nicole and Sean.
And so forever, you will be in my heart.... forever grateful for God’s beautiful gift to us all, in you ♥️

Maria Victoria Aratea

February 14, 2021

Thank you ate for all the things you’ve done for me and to my family.
My Ate understand and knows the way I feel in every situation. She’s sweet and caring. She loves her family so much.
She’s a loving daughter. Always see to it that our parents have everything they need.
My Ate not only that she’s beautiful, hardworking but she is also kind hearted.
Ate, even though you are now in our Grace’s hand, and yes, we can’t ignore that there will be a silent crying and sobbing, we will always remember you and you will always be in our hearts.
Love you so much ate.
Mabek

leila Hoffman

February 14, 2021

Memories remain ❤️untill we meet again my beautiful soul sister ❤️

leila Hoffman

February 14, 2021

Friendship ❤️

leila Hoffman

February 14, 2021

Sean’s Graduation ❤️

leila Hoffman

February 14, 2021

With friends ❤️



leila Hoffman

February 14, 2021

Soul sister forever in my ❤️

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