Paul E. Moore

November 4, 1926April 20, 2019

Paul E. Moore died on Saturday, April 20, 2019 at Doylestown Hospital. He was ninety-two years of age. Born in Philadelphia, he was the son of the late Thomas and Emma Moore. Paul had lived in Buckingham Springs in New Hope for the last nineteen years. He had previously been a longtime resident of Southampton.

Mr. Moore was a graduate of the Virginia Military Institute. He was an Army veteran of the Korean War. Paul was a retired engineer; he was a longtime employee of Aztec Machinery in Ivyland.

Paul was an excellent musician, he played a number of instruments including guitar, bass and keyboards. He was a member of the Polish American String Band. Mr. Moore was a member of St. John’s Lodge F & AM and the Lu Lu Shrine.

Paul was the beloved husband of Isabel Eckert Moore for sixty-three years before her death in 2011. He was the devoted father of Sherri Hogan (Paul) of Southampton. He was the loving grandfather of Bobbi Glass and Jami Hogan-Gormley both of Southampton; great grandfather of Briana and Justin Glass and Ethan, Violet, Madalyn and Farrah Gormley. He was predeceased by his brothers Thomas and Robert Moore and his sister Elizabeth Doderer.

Relatives and friend are invited to call on Thursday, April 25, 2019 from 10 to 11 AM at the Wm. Rowen Grant Funeral Home, 659 Street Road, Southampton, PA 18966. His memorial service will be at 11 AM.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Musicians On Call, 110 West 40th Street, Suite 702, New York, NY 10018.


  • Thomas Moore, Father
  • Emma Moore, Mother
  • Isabel Moore, Wife
  • Sherri Hogan, Daughter
  • Paul Hogan, Son-in-law
  • Bobbi Glass, Granddaughter
  • Jami Gormley, Granddaughter
  • Briana Glass, Great Granddaughter
  • Justin Glass, Great Grandson
  • Ethan Gormley, Great Grandson
  • Violet Gormley, Great Granddaughter
  • Madalyn Gormley, Great Granddaughter
  • Farrah Gormley, Great Granddaughter
  • Thomas Moore, Brother
  • Robert Moore, Brother
  • Elizabeth Doderer, Sister


  • Visitation Thursday, April 25, 2019
  • Memorial Service Thursday, April 25, 2019


Paul E. Moore

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Dan "Meatball" Rutz

April 25, 2019

Mr. Moore,
From one Vet to another, thank you for your service to our country. You are a true American hero. I salute you with military respects…….....Slow Hand Salute.
To the friends & family of this patriot, my sincere condolences.
Dan "Meatball" Rutz
Warriors Watch Riders/A Hero's Welcome
Mont/Bucks Co, Pa.

Jim Gordon

April 24, 2019

Uncle Paul was loved by many including myself. He had a huge impact on my life. I remember so many wonderful times spent with Uncle Paul as well as Aunt Isabel and Sherri.

Our families were very close and we spent much time together. The Moores did a lot of entertaining and growing up seemed our family spent most Sundays at the Moore home.

We would spend many hours sitting by the fireplace listening to Uncle Pau's records which included Chet Atkins, Stan Getz, Roy Clark I can hear Uncle Paul’s laugh as we would listen, or not listen to PDQ Bach.

In the summer month’s we would swim in the pool and watch the Clarke boys launch my sister Debbie from atop the pool deck to what seemed like clear across the pool. I think they were trying to see how close to throwing her out of the pool they could get, good times HAHA.

I remember Uncle Paul grew tomatoes in his garden, they were the largest tomatoes that I have ever seen. One slice of those tomatoes would practically cover the entire plate and we would feast on fried tomatoes and corn on the cob.

There was always laughter at the Moore home, somehow I was put in charge of mixing Brandy Alexanders for the Ladies during those get-togethers and I remember making quite a few pitchers of that delicious beverage no doubt contributing to that laughter.

Being in the Polish American String Band with Uncle Paul as well as my Dad and brother Bill was another highlight, I have so many wonderful memories of parading down Broad street with those guys and have revisited those memories many times.

Uncle Paul was a very talented musician as Sherri described, he taught me to play guitar. I could never hope to be the guitar player Uncle Paul was but I enjoyed learning from him and still play guitar to this day thanks to him.

Perhaps my fondest memory of all was, at the age of 13 becoming a member of the Gordon Three and two Moore, a band which included Aunt IZ and her beautiful voice.