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Joseph Moore

Joseph "Joe" Moore

December 25th, 1964 - September 13th, 2020
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Obituary

Joe Moore passed away at home surrounded by his family and friends on Sunday, September 13, 2020, at the age of 55.

A Celebration of Life gathering in honor of Joe will be Saturday, September 19, 2020 from 3-9:00 pm at Joe’s garage in Florence.

Honorary Pallbearers will be John Wilde, Devon Kwasniewski and Mike Wika.

Joseph Edward was born December 25, 1964 to Joseph Moore and Sharon Rea Moore in Glendale, California. His childhood years were spent in California and his teenage years in Rapid City, SD. He lived in Florence, South Dakota and was employed at Crenlo Engineered Cabs in Watertown for over 30 years.

He loved riding his motorcycle, operating the forklift at Crenlo and spending time in his garage with family and friends.

Joe is survived by his children, Tess (Jamie) Free of Brentwood, TN, Mia (Kasey) Nash of Watertown, SD, Ashley (George) Hayes of Wallace, SD and Josh (Katie) Moore of Florence, SD, his four grandkids, Marley Joe, William and John Nash and Lillian Hayes, and Joe’s sister, Teeya (John) Lombardi of Westminster, CO.

Joe was preceded in death by his father, Joseph Moore and his mother, Sharon Curtis.
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The Celebration of Life gathering will be from 3:00 pm to 9:00 pm in Joe's garage at 104 Burnstad Ave. in Florence. A full obituary to follow.

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Jeff and Jeremy Bligh-Jones

Posted at 08:03pm
Tess and the Moore family, We are so sorry and saddened to hear of your loss. We are thinking of you during this most difficult time.
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Posted at 01:46pm
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Jackie White

Posted at 10:49pm
Joe was a good friend. From Rapid City on willsie st. To san fernando valley Ca. Great guy. So many good times.
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Sandra Compton

Posted at 07:15pm
It was dark out and snowing heavy driving down a gravel road and Joe decides to turn off the headlights and it look like Star wars and Joe is just laughing and laughing as we're freaking out like oh my God there's no street lights how do you know where you're going. That's just one of many memories of joe. We will forever cherish his humor.
 
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Jeff Mount Posted at 10:17pm

I remember Joe well from high school. He was a very laid back, well liked, enjoyably person to be around and he liked to party! God bless you and your family. I am sure you will be missed by many.
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