Dean J. Moore Sr.
February 16, 1963 – April 14, 2021
Dean Moore, Sr. 58 of Southington CT, passed away after a long battle with cancer on April 14, 2021. Born on Feb. 16, 1963 in Portland CT, loving son of the late Walter Moore and Deanna Kochanski. Dean was a 20 year Veteran of the US Army as Staff Sergeant during the Operation Desert Shield and Desert Storm.
Dean graduated from UConn as a registered nurse working as an emergency room nurse at the Waterbury Hospital. Dean enjoyed playing his guitar & singing, gardening and working out at the gym.
Dean leaves behind his three children Christopher, Dean Jr. & his wife Mitchie, Jamielyn; his two grandchildren Joshua and Lady Aundreanna; his two sisters Brenda and her fiancé Tony of NC, and Karen Cieniewicz and her husband Robert of Southington, and his two nieces Jennifer and Krystine. He was predeceased by his loving grandmother Mariette Deline.
Funeral Services with military honors for family and friends will be 12 noon on Tuesday, April 20, 2021 in the Connecticut State Veterans Cemetery, 317 Bow Lane, Middletown. There are no calling hours.
DellaVecchia Funeral Home, 211 N. Main St., Southington, is assisting with arrangements. To leave an online condolence, please visit www.dellavecchiasouthington.com
- Walter Moore, Father (deceased)
- Deanna Kochanski Moore, Mother (deceased)
- Christopher Moore, Son
- Dean Moore Jr. (Mitchie), Son
- Jamielyn Moore, Daughter
- Joshua and Lady Aundreanna, Grandchildren
- Brenda Moore (Tony), Sister
- Karen Cieniewicz (Robert), Sister
- Jennifer and Krystine, Nieces
Tuesday, April 20, 2021
Dean J. Moore Sr.
April 18, 2021
Dean we had fun challenging each other, polar opposites politically, but forever bonded in our military service and professions that chose us after. You were the cool cat with 9 lives, escaping the big C by many years. If only your cat had a few more. Every time a cat comes and sits by one of those trees planted for you, know we were thinking of you and sending along a little prayer. Save a seat for me my friend and work out a new song. We still need to sing a song of hope together. Many prayers for you and your family members.
Deb W and Pat A