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November 18, 2013
I heard of Greg's passing only yesterday from another La Salle alumnus. I was very saddened to learn that he had died last year. He and I graduated La Salle in 1979 and then we were both at UCSB after high school. I hadn't kept in touch with Greg but I remember him as both one of the nicest guys in our class at La Salle and also clearly one of the smartest. He was always pleasant and I never recall him having words with anyone. He seemed to be able to get along with everyone - not easy in high school. We didn't have any classes together at UCSB but we'd run across each other every so often and I remember, just as in high school, Greg always had a smile and a kind word.
I am so sorry for his family's loss.
June 22, 2013
Thanks to all who gave words, it has been of comfort to our family. Thinking of Greg again at this time, and it's especially good to see our fellow UC Santa Barbara fellow conspirators have checked in. Those were great times for Greg and I. Excellent memories. Peace to all. Love to Greg.
March 31, 2013
Greg,

I'm sorry it's taken me almost 30 years to find you again and say hello. Even Google has its limitations when your name is Greg Moore. The other day I tried once more, something I do every couple of years, and there you were. That same face looking back at me. I have to say, you haven't changed a bit. And I hope you're still having fun and raising hell now that you're on the other side.

I've been wanting to tell you how much I've thought of you over the past 30 years. Those nine great months with Gavin, Jim and Dave in the duplex on West Ortega Street in Santa Barbara. We were seniors, and we weren't going to be denied. Man, we had some fun. Crashing the unitarian dances, blasting your albums (I think I wore out you're The Wild, the Innocent & the E Street Shuffle — those were the days when you could wear out a record), and drinking beer when we should have been studying. But we did pretty well in the end, didn't we? I remember your putting up the Dean's List on the wall of our duplex with our names circled, dancing around and lording it over our roomates. I also remember subsisting on our version of mexican food, cheap pot pies, and ramen and how you used to kick all of our butts in tennis.

Really sorry I missed your service. I'd have been there for sure had I'd known. Would have been nice to say hello to Gavin and Sharon (who I met only once but still remember) again. And I would have wanted you to know, so I'll tell you now, that no matter how long it's been since we last spoke, and no matter how much you may have changed since, and (this is a tough one) even if you became a Republican, and even now that you're in the next stage of your existence, you're still my friend and always will be, and I look forward to catching up with you at the appropriate time.

Ken Neale
November 29, 2012
I just heard of Greg's death. This is very sad news. My heart goes out to the Moores. Greg and I were suite mates for 2 years at UCSB. I only saw him a few times after graduation but I never forgot him -- his humor, his "zest for living," his intelligence ... . Jim
July 21, 2012
I saw my Uncle Greg last on a sailing trip to Mexico...we laughed and sang as whales escorted us South. I feel greatly privileged to have had Greg as an uncle. He taught me so much without saying a word. I learned kindness and humility and I learned how it feels to really laugh. I miss you Greg and I know that wherever you are, you will be making it a better place.
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