Jill A. Moore's Condolences

Dear Nathan and Nic, and familes, I was so very sorry to hear and read of your dear, sweet, funny, loving mother''s passing. I began babysitting for your mom when she was seven years old. She was sweet, funny and loved to do art work. She made me a picture every time I sat with her. She also did a beautiful winter picture that I have hanging in our bedroom. Everytime I look at it I smile, now with tears in my eyes. Your mother did so many things to help everyone. I loved every minute with her at work and outside work. She was the best. She loved you boys and your dad to "the moon and back." Her favorite job was being a mother and wife. Her family was the most important job to her. Love to you "Nate the skate" and "Nic" Rocks!
— Kathy Symington     copy16701@gmail.com

Jill was a dear and loyal friend. She was a wonderful person and cared greatly to help humanity. The world is less without
— Lester Jordan     lesjordanjr@outlook.com

To all you Kids, our deepest sympathies. She was our sister growing up and through life. She was a great person, with a big heart for many things. Even though years and miles kept us a part, we were always together in our hearts. We will miss her. The Murphy Family
— Lynn     Zipduck2@aol.com

A great soul gone too soon. Rest in peace Jill!
— Tricia     Joelundgren@msn.com

My deepest sympathy to Nate and Nick and the grandkids. She was a very sweet lady. She sure will be missed. Sending lots of love and prayers
— Tara Walker     tlwalker034@gmail.com

She and I shared being grand mothers to Jacob Javon and justyce Moore. She was proud of her grandchildren. She will be miss
— Janet kinter     Rnkinter@gmail.com

Sending my deepest sympathy and prayers to Jill’s family. She was a sweetheart and one of my Richard Marx concert buddies. I’m so very sorry for your loss.
— Carol Robinson     Cmasho4@gmail.com

Jill was a wonderful soul with a heart as big as anyone. A generous, kind and lovely person. In her younger days she was filled with mischief and a twinkle in her eye when she was ready to get away with her next exploit. Many fun hours were spent with her. In later years we usually got together for breakfast with her grandson or dinner with Nick. We had our last breakfast on October 22nd and when I gave her a hug goodbye I would never have dreamed it would be our last time. Every hug is a special one. Cherish each one. She was loved and will be missed. Prayers of comfort to her family.
— Debi Arnett     Debadastra@yahoo.com

I''m so very sorry for your loss. Such a sweet person. She was a classmate and will be missed. Prayers for her family.
— Gail Moyer     Krmgam@hotmail.com

So very sorry for your loss. Jill was a great lady. I will always remember her as a super Tupperware customer.
— Margie Harris     tuppermargie@verizon.net

My deepest sympathy to her Boys and Grandchildren, she smiled the biggest grin when talking about all of you, my only regret is that I didn''t take the time to spend with her . I must say I have great memories of our high school days and outside friendship, Rest In Peace my beautiful friend
— Bob Brosius     rbrosius1955@gmail.com

What a beautiful picture and woman. She was such an inspiration to all the knew her. A wonderful wife, mother, housewife, decorator, crafter, friend like no other, advocate for women''s rights, and full of fun! She will be missed and always loved. I love you Jilly Bean.
— Craig A Rhodes     starguy@verizon.net