Funeral services for Dennis E. Moore, age 67, of Ogdensburg, will be held on Wednesday, July 31, 2019 at 11:00 a.m. at St. Mary’s Cathedral with Rev. Kevin O’Brien officiating. Burial will be in Notre Dame Cemetery. There are no public calling hours. Dennis passed away Sunday, July 28, 2019 at St. Joseph’s Nursing Home. Arrangements are under the care and direction of Frary Funeral Home, Ogdensburg.
Dennis is survived by his wife, Betty; his daughter, Kathryn Stockham and her husband, Peter, of Charlton, MA; his son, Marcus and his wife, Nicole, of Brier Hill; grandchildren, Mackenzie and Jacob Stockham; his brothers, Patrick Moore and his wife, Pamela, of Harpers Ferry, WV, and Andrew and his wife, Sandra, of Rensselaer Falls, and his sisters, Pamela Moore-Erickson and her husband, Keith, of Brunswick, MD, and Cynthia Palmer and her husband, Jeffrey, of Largo, FL, and Janice Moore of Seminole, FL. He was predeceased by a sister, Sharon Hamic.
Dennis was born in Niskayuna, NY on June 11, 1952, the son of S. Erno and Mary Moulton Moore. He married Betty Willard on August 27, 1977 at St. Mary’s Cathedral with Msgr. John Pendergast officiating. He graduated from Ogdensburg Free Academy in 1971. He attended SUNY Canton College and SUNY Plattsburgh. He returned to Ogdensburg to take over his father’s business, Ogdensburg Paper Supply and later opened Design-A-Party at the same location. He was a representative for the Knights of Columbus Insurance until he became ill.
He was also instrumental in initiating the Knights of Columbus in Heuvelton, NY. He was active in the Ogdensburg Kiwanis Club and for years chaired Spaghetti Day, Pancake Day, and organized Kiwanis Concession Stand for local youth baseball players. At one time, he was named Kiwanian of the Year. He was a communicant of St. Raphael’s Church in Heuvelton. Dennis was also very active in Boy Scouts in Heuvelton. He loved spending time with family and friends and volunteering for those in need.
Donations may be made in Dennis Moore’s memory to the “It’s Our Church, It’s Our Future” Capital Campaign and to Ogdensburg Kiwanis Club.