James Moore
November, 12, 1956 - August 26, 2021 James "Jim" Moore, of Perris, California, passed away on August 26, 2021. He was born on November 12, 1956 in Anaheim, California, and was the son of the late Anthony Renna and Jo Anne Rees. He was married to the love of his life, Patty, whom he met in 1991. Jim worked in the grocery industry for 48 years and was dedicated to his profession and career. He loved mentoring those he worked with and had a quality that brought out the best in his co-workers. He excelled at making displays, a talent he was very proud of and was often asked to assist in other stores and with grand openings. He was well respected by his colleagues for his impeccable work ethic. Jim loved boating, fishing, scuba diving, water and snow skiing. Any type of outdoor activity, especially on the water, made him happy. His idea of the perfect vacation was traveling and spending lazy days sunning on the beach with a Corona in his hand. Jim was passionate about working on cars and boats, and never met a tool he didn't want to own! He was happiest when he could share that knowledge with everyone he knew. Jim was good natured, honest, fair and loyal to his family and friends. He was a loving husband, father, grandfather, brother, brother-in-law, uncle and friend. He is survived by his wife, Patricia Berlin-Moore, his children Naomi Cordeiro, Amber Palmer, Katie Laney, Jessica Gilbert, Christopher Elms, siblings Kenny Moore, Jerry Moore, Marie Mendez, Julie Noll, and grandchildren Gabriel, Anthony, Zackeri, Alexandria, Arika, Bella, Jaxon, Madison, Ryan and extended family. He was predeceased by two siblings, Anthony Renna and JoAnne Moore. We are comforted by his amazing love and treasured memories that will live in our hearts forever.

Published by The Press-Enterprise on Sep. 25, 2021.
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