Dennis James Moore, Sr

Born: Thu., Nov. 12, 1942
Died: Sat., Apr. 3, 2010

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Dennis James Moore, Sr., age 67, of Greensboro, GA, died Saturday, April 3, 2010 at Athens Regional Medical Center. Born November 12, 1942 in Cincinnati, Ohio, he was the son of the late Edward Lawrence Moore and Viola Grant Moore. He was a graduate of St. Xavier High School in Cincinnati and attended the University of Dayton. He was the owner and operator of D. J. Moore Plumbing in Cincinnati, Ohio which he took over in 1975 after working with his dad. He continued the family business working with his two sons and moved the business to Greensboro in 1995. He was a member of Christ Our King and Savior Catholic Church in Greensboro, GA and a past president of the National Home Builders Association while in Cincinnati, OH. Dennis was an avid golfer, boater and great family man.

He is survived by his wife of forty-six years, Patricia Dillon Moore; two daughters, Tina Sikorski and husband Stan of Jacksonville, FL and Tammy Facciolo and husband Michael of Cincinnati, OH; two sons, Dennis James "Denny" Moore Jr. and wife Amy of Greensboro, GA and Douglas Edward Moore and wife Chrys of Madison, GA; a sister, Mitzi Weisenhahn and husband Gale of Cincinnati, OH; nine grandchildren, Eric Sikorski, Alex Sikorski, Nicholas Sikorski, Kylie Moore, Molly Moore, Dillon Moore, Susan Facciolo, Joseph Facciolo and Antonio Facciolo; and many other relatives and friends.

A Funeral Mass will be held on Thursday, April 8, 2010 at 11:00 a.m. at Christ Our King and Savior Catholic Church with Father G. Philip Ryan officiating. Interment will follow in the Greenview Cemetery. Serving as pallbearers are Dillon Moore, Eric Sikorski, Alex Sikorski, Stan Sikorski, Joe Facciolo and Michael Facciolo. The family requests that memorials may be made to the American Diabetes Association, Atlanta GA Office, 17 Executive Park, Suite 115, Atlanta, GA 30329-2012. McCommons Funeral Home, 109 W. Broad St., Greensboro, GA, (706) 453-2626, is in charge of arrangements. Visit us at www.mccommonsfuneralhome.com to sign the online guest register.

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Sue Fields
   Posted Mon April 05, 2010
My prayers are with you at this sad time.

Mike and Pat Fasnacht
   Posted Tue April 06, 2010
Please except Pat and my condolences for your lost. Denny will always be remembered by us for his great smile and laugh. He always made everyone feel welcomed and a part of whatever was going on. But most of all, we will remember the great love and generosity he showed to his family. Mike and Pat Fasnacht

Freddy Meindl
   Posted Tue April 06, 2010
I extend my sincerest sympathy and heartfelt prayers. I cannot believe that Denny is no longer with us. He and Doug were at my home just last week. I felt so fortunate that I had finally found the perfect plumber. I regret that I will be out of town this week.

Willis & Devin Johnson
   Posted Tue April 06, 2010
We're so sorry. Denny was a great and funny guy. We enjoyed all of our times with him.

Diana McKinley
   Posted Tue April 06, 2010
My thoughts and prayers are with your family right now. Mr. Moore was a wonderful man with a great sense of humor. He will be missed.

Charles Finch
   Posted Tue April 06, 2010
Nancy and I will miss his presence. His spirit and energy always brought a smile to our faces. Denny made a lasting impression from the first time we met him. Our best to the family.

Cecelia R. Smith
   Posted Tue April 06, 2010
Dear Pat and Family, And he was so worried about me twelve years ago when playing softball! Who would have thought that his health would cause him to go so young. He was always so vibrant and devilish in his ways. We will all miss his Irish wit, his smile and his wonderful sense of humor. I will be wearing my shamrock scarf in his memory at the funeral. Please accept our condolences and prayers. Love to all, Billy and Cecelia Smith

Karen Korelitz
   Posted Tue April 06, 2010
Dear Pat and Family, I am so sorry for the lost of Denny. I will always remember all the good times we had together. Our trips together. Our plane ride to St. Thomas together and what fun we had. I am so glad I was able to make it to Sarasota for Michael's and Jessica's wedding. It was the last time that I was able to be with him. Denny will always be in my heart and in my prayes. He was like a brother to me, I have know him since my childhood. I am so glad that you all have each other at this most difficult time. Denny was a good husband, father and grandfather and friend to all, we will all miss him. Love, Karen Dillon Korelitz

Pat and Bill Ryan
   Posted Wed April 07, 2010
Dear Pat and Family, We always enjoyed Denny's warm greeting when we came into church. His Irish humor was uplifting. His happy spirit will be remembered by all that knew him. We will keep you in our thoughts and prayers.

Lisa & Jimmy Bumgarner
   Posted Wed April 07, 2010
Our Thoughts and Prayers are with your Famliy.

Ron & Paige Funkhouser
   Posted Wed April 07, 2010
Our Thoughts and Prayers are with You and Your Family.

Robert & Gloria Fasnacht
   Posted Wed April 07, 2010
We're so sorry about losing Denny. I remember the times he and Pat would come to hear my band play. He always had a smile on his face singing along to many of the songs. I appreciate the support that he gave me playing music. He really knew how to have a good time. His family was his treasure and he always showed love for you guys. We will miss him. See you tomorrow. Love, Uncle Robert & Aunt Gloria

Matt Lesch
   Posted Wed April 07, 2010
My prayers are with you, and I will always remember Denny, and the times I had with him, going out on the boat in the Ohio River. I remember as a kid always looking forward to seeing uncle Denny, and how much fun he was.

Connie Lesch
   Posted Wed April 07, 2010
It is so hard for us to comprehend that Denny is no longer with us. He was far too young and full of life. Denny has been a part of my life since I was about 5 yrs. old. I don't believe that I can remember a time when he was not a part of it. He was always so good to me and my family . He went out of his way to show us a good time. I am so glad that Denny and Pat made it to Tucson to visit. I will always remember that visit. I am also so thankful that we were able to all get together for Michael's wedding. I have a special memory of Denny when I was a child that I would like to share. I was only about 6 or 7 and Denny used to go out into our back yard to throw baseballs. I was always so fascinated with the fact that he could throw the ball so incredibly high. I loved to watch this. He would always catch the balls in his mitt. One time he missed and came into the house with one of blackest eyes I have ever seen . There's so many memories that I will always carry with me. He will not be forgotten. Love and prayers to all of you, Connie

Coolie Lesch
   Posted Wed April 07, 2010
Doggone it, this just ain't right. After all that fighting and work he did getting thru the last several months, Denny was supposed to be around a long time. Since God always has a reason, I suppose He needed a plumber really bad up in heaven, but I think He could have found someone else. Now that Denny is all well up there, he no doubt has God's plumbing problems fixed already, and they will never have any more plumbing problems in heaven. Talk about a guy full of life and energy, I met Denny when he was still a young man, and I knew right away this was not a guy I wanted mad at me, so I made sure I treated his sister-in-law right. But then again, I don't know that I ever saw Denny without a smile on his face and a twinkle in his eyes, especially when he used to take us out on his boat on the Ohio River, old Denny the river captain. He will live in our hearts forever, that man who took the world by the horns. Sure gonna miss you Denny, don't let God work you too hard, take some breaks, you deserve it.

David Korelitz
   Posted Wed April 07, 2010
Aunt Pat and family, I am so sorry for your loss. Uncle Denny was far too young for something like this to happen. I will always remember the great times I had when I was child, and would sleep over. Uncle Denny was always up for a good time. I wish I could be there with you all. Love, David

Ken and Lee Fasnacht
   Posted Wed April 07, 2010
Our hearts and prayers are for the family. Denny was a wonderful family man and friend.

Martha and Rick Franks
   Posted Wed April 07, 2010
Our hearts and prayers go out to the Moore family. Denny will be missed by all who knew him and his happy smile and warm spirit will be a lasting memory for all of us. Love, Martha, Rick, Alan and Tyler Franks

Ethan Ray Lesch
   Posted Thu April 08, 2010
My thoughts and Prayers are with You and your family. You always had a way of putting a smile on are faces and showing us a good time. I always look forward to visiting you each year. we will miss you. Love,Ethan Lesch

Debby Dillon
   Posted Thu April 08, 2010
I haven't seen Denny since I was a kid. My memories of him are very sweet ones. He treated me as a little sister the few times that we were together. A great guy, we all were lucky to have you!

Dave Shepherd
   Posted Thu April 08, 2010
I haven't seen Denny and Pat since the late 60s but they are one couple and he is one friend that don't get forgotten. We were buddies in High School, roomed one semester at UD and generally had a great friendship. Denny was a giver and a true friend. He was the original Energizer Bunny and never knew the meaning of slow down. Life is truely too short and I am sad that I never got another chance to see an old friend. Those of you on the daily update distribution list know first hand what a great father Denny was as evidenced by the love and ddevotion of his children. While his life was too short, he was truely a lucky man to have spent it with Pat, their kids and the whole moore/Dillon family. My thoughts and prayers are with each and every one of you.

Jeff Grady
   Posted Thu April 08, 2010
My sincere condolences regarding Denny's death. He was a good friend and a great man who will be deeply missed. Sincerely, Jeff Grady

Kari Bowers
   Posted Thu April 08, 2010
Aunt Pat and Family, We are so sorry for the loss of Uncle Denny. I am so fortunate that I can call Denny my Uncle and Godfather. He was such a special person and was always so much fun and could always put a smile on everyone's face. I have so many special memories that I will cherish forever. I am so sorry that I was not able to make it down to Georgia but you ALL are in my thoughts and prayers. Love, Kari, Keith, Lauren and Noah Bowers

Angela Elwer Eldridge
   Posted Sun April 11, 2010
Amy, Denny, and the kids: I love you guys and have you in my prayers. All the best to your family and take care of yourselves.

Marianne & Greg Knitz
   Posted Mon April 12, 2010
Greg and I would like send our heartfelt sympathies at this difficult time. Although it has been some time since we've shared time with the Moore family, all of our memories are very happy ones. We shared many laughs and crazy times. We hope that this unfortunate loss brings everyone together and that the true meaning of family shines through at this time. Know that you have been and will continue to be in our thoughts and prayers.

Ralph & Tina Elwer
   Posted Tue April 13, 2010
Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you.

Jennifer Palmer
   Posted Tue April 13, 2010
Dear Moore Family, My deepest sympathies are with you. Please know that you are in my thoughts and prayers. I have just the best memories of you all coming to Hugs in Madison. I remember your family laughing together and enjoying each other. I loved to wait on your family, Mr. Moore didn't treat me like waitstaff and it showed his true character. I have never forgotten Mr. Moore and I am truly sorry for your loss. Boo

Bill & Mary McConnell
   Posted Wed April 14, 2010
Pat We just heard of Dennys passing. This brought back many fond memories of being neighbors,dance clubs, block parties and golf outings. Love to you and family.

Dave & Theresa Belton
   Posted Mon April 19, 2010
Moore Family, We are very sorry for your loss. Are keeping you in our thoughts and prayers. Belton family