In Memory

David (Tim) Moore

Timothy David Moore, 49, passed away June 17th, 2012 at Swedish Cherry Hill Hospital in Seattle, WA due to complications suffered from a stroke while at home in Sammamish, WA; also a second stroke while in the care of Swedish Hill Hospital. He was surrounded by his family and friends.

Timothy was born November 27, 1962 at Mennonite Hospital in Bloomington, IL to George and Judy Moore of Hudson, IL.

He moved to Alaska with his parents and sister Talisha in 1974. Timothy graduated from Chugiak High School in 1980.

He worked several years in the construction industry with his father. Timothy also pursued careers in architectural drafting and design industry. He worked for Nardine Drafting and Design Hyland Commercial Design and Cabinets Weyenhauser Lumber and Credit Union 1.

He graduated from a technical college in Washington and became an accomplished computer technician.

Timothy enjoyed riding his Harley, hunting, fishing, skydiving, and camping with his father in Alaska.

Timothy is preceded in death by his great-grandparents John Merle Moore of Grandhaven, MI, Julius and Elizabeth Jacobia of Grandhaven, MI, Ross and Viola Arbuckle of Hudson, IL, Bessie Hinthorne of Elpmso, IL; grandparents, George and Loise Moore; Aunt and Uncle, Orville and Joyce Moore and David and Dorothy McIntyre, all of Hudson, IL. Timothy is survived by his mother Judy Benson of Vacaville, CA; his father George and Debbie Moore of Anchorage, AK; Merle and Marsha Moore of Naples, FL; Merle and Beth Moore Jr. of Fort Meyers, FL; Joe and TalishaDejarlais of Anchorage, AK; Niece and Nephew Danni and Jaxon Dejarlais, and Ray and Patricia Brownfield of Naperville, IL.

His funeral services were performed by Bleitz Funeral Home of Seattle, WA.

Timothy's ashes will be buried at Hinthorne Chapel in Lake Bloomington, IL.

"Parents shouldn't have to bury their children" - Grandma Moore

"My son you are dearly loved and terribly missed" - Your pop

"I will miss you Uncle Tim" - Love Danni

"Love you always bro" - Your sis


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08/01/12 07:37 AM #1    

Edmund Penisten

Tim was a good friend of mine during our years at Chugiak-Greuning Junior-Senior High School.  We shared a strong interest in cars.  Tim drove a beautiful red Chevrolet Monte Carlo coupe during our 11th and 12th grade years, a car which I greatly admired.  We stayed in regular contact into the 1990s, and I visited Tim once in Washington state, where he made his home.  Rest in peace, my old friend!

08/04/12 11:36 AM #2    

Michele LaCau (Hoisington)

Tim was a dear friend of mine in high school. We were always there for each other when we needed relationship advice. He use to call me "doc" when he needed an ear to listen. Although we lost touch a few years after high school, he was in my thoughts just recently and I even tried to find him on the internet. I am so very sad to find him too late. They say only the good die young Tim, and you are proof my friend. Peace to you and your family.  Friends Always, "Doc"

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