Anthony “Tony”  Moore

1933 ∼ 2020

Mike and Karen Weeks of West Boylston, MA wrote:

So sorry for your loss. What a special person Tony was and what gusto he had for living and loving fully! We are grateful for the times we shared with him. Love, Mike and Karen

Laurel and Chic of Watertown MA wrote:

While it feels impossible to lose such a dear, robust and tenacious spirit as our tender friend, Tony, our years of vivid, joyful memories will never fade.

Mary Byrne of Cambridge wrote:

It's very true that some people leave "footprints in your heart" and Tony is surely in our hearts. Every moment with Tony was fun, thoughtful, and loving life. Be at peace, dear heart. Mary & Carol

Sandra and Walt of Dorchester, MA wrote:

Tony's life was as rich and adventurous as his spirit. We knew him only briefly and near the close of it, but we will remember him fondly and with admiration.

Mary Waggoner-Moritz of Grandfontaine, France wrote:

The first time I met Tony, it was because I tagged along on one of Jane and Tony's first dates, a poetry reading. I left the US shortly after, but each and every visit back to New England was never without a visit to their home. Tony and I shared a genuine joie de vivre (which includes good food and drink)! He was a lovely friend, truly patient with us when we stayed with them (sometimes up to 5 at a time),and yes, I adored listening to his stories! Godspeed, Tony.

Linda and Jack Sproule of NY, NY wrote:

I met wonderful Tony, on the evening before he became my beautiful cousin Jane’s Bridegroom. And Jack and I attended ,their Fairytale Wedding, the next day, and into the night. Through my own eyes, I saw, they had a perfect love for one another. And they both were an inspiration to me, in my own marriage. When Tony became an American, I nicknamed him: Tony The American. And he was a Good Sport about it. Jack and I will miss Tony, and we send our deepest condolences to Jane, the Moore’s, and our Callahan cousins.

Beth Madden Warner of Cotuit, MA wrote:

What a long, rich, full life lived by Mr. Anthony Moore. We feel so blessed to have the pleasure of knowing him. Always with a twinkle in his eye - and a quick witted comment. We will miss him much and continue to adore Jane.