A Lancer out of sight
Never out of mind
Thomas Michael Moore '62
1944 - 2013
The Class of '62
mourns the loss of its member, Tom Moore, who served in Vietnam.
Tom passed away on December 7,
2013 following years of suffering from COPD.
He had been hospitalized for
the past two years at the Veterans
His home was in
service in Vietnam, Tom
continued to serve our nation as a federal employee,
retiring from the Interstate Commerce Commission.
He was a volunteer with the
Veterans of Foreign Wars in Woodbridge until hospitalized in 2012, at
which time he became a member of the Veterans
Administration's Post Traumatic Stress Disorder support
group and supported other members.
In addition to his three brothers, Tom is
survived by four children, seven grandchildren, and several
nieces and nephews.
Tom is remembered
as a member of the Lancers football teams in each of our
four high school years. He also enjoyed volleyball and, in
later years, he became an outdoor sportsman and enjoyed
playing bridge, poker, and black jack.
area members of the Class of '62 always enjoyed his company
at our picnics and our '62 is 60 Birthday Party in 2004.
Most recently, Tom and his
older brother, Jack, attended our 50th reunion in
He will always be remembered
and appreciated for his service to our country.
suggests that any remembrances be made in the form of a
donation to Soldier's
Best Friend for the treatment of Post Traumatic Stress
), or to the American Lung Association (
), with "Tom Moore" noted in the memo field.
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