Thomas Patrick Moore

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Thomas Patrick Moore, 79, of Williamsburg is enjoying the glorious golf courses in heaven. He passed away peacefully on Jan. 28, 2013 after an extended illness and was surrounded by his wife of 50 years, Susan, and their four children.
Tom was born in Brooklyn, N.Y. and moved with his family to Oceanside, Long Island, as a small child. Once married, Tom and Sue moved to Bay Shore, Long Island, where they raised their family. They retired to Williamsburg in 1998.
Tom attended Oceanside High School, St. John's University and the University of Michigan. He had a long and illustrious career as Chief Financial Officer of the Long Island Rail Road, and Financial Consultant of both Metro North Rail Road and the New York City Housing Authority. After retiring, he served as the President and General Manager of Southward Ho Country Club in Bay Shore.
Tom was predeceased by his parents, Kitty and Bill Moore, and his beloved grandson, Nick Paszkiewicz. He is survived by his loving wife, Sue; their children, Patty Suttle (Michael III), John (Alison), Tommy (Tracy) and Brian (Katie). Tom also leaves grandchildren Andie Paszkiewicz, Kaitlyn, Megan and Erin Moore, Regan and Ryann Moore and Brendan and Will Moore.
He also will be greatly missed by his dear little pups, Lucy and Sophie. He also leaves a sister, Peggy Edelmann (Richie), and a brother, Bill (Lorraine) and many nieces, nephews.
Tom was an avid golfer, and proud of his six "holes- in-one." He was a faithful member of the Ancient Order of Hibernians, the Honorable and Ancient Order of Ball Hawks, the Christopher Wren Program at the College of William & Mary, and St. Bede Catholic Church. He served on many committees in Kingsmill and Moody's Run. Tom was an honest and loving man and dedicated his life to his wife, children and grandchildren.
A funeral for Tom is scheduled for 1 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 2 at St. Bede Catholic Church. In lieu of flowers, gifts can be made to the Nicholas Paszkiewicz Memorial Scholarship c/o Wiliamsburg Community Foundation P.O. Box 2821 Williamsburg, Virginia 23187. Online condolences may be expressed at www.nelsencares.com
Published in Virginia Gazette from Jan. 30 to Mar. 1, 2013
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