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Maureen Anna Moore
October 31, 1937 ~ January 29, 2024 (age 86) 86 Years Old
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Maureen A. Moore, passed away peacefully on January 29, 2024, at the age of 86 in Holmdel. Born on October 31, 1937, in Glasgow, Scotland where she was raised, Maureen lived in Bayonne prior to moving to Keansburg. She carried the love of her heritage across the ocean to the place she would call home.
Maureen was predeceased by her loving parents, Richard and Brigid Moore, her brother Charles Moore, and her sister Margaret Gall. Her memory will be forever cherished by her family, including her two sons, Peter (Cathy) Mayes of Holmdel and Andrew (Andrea) Mayes of Hazlet; her daughter, Patricia (Bernard) Comey of Keansburg; her brother, Richard (Kathleen) Moore of Middletown; her sister, Brigid (Bob) Murphy of New Hampshire; and her adored nine grandchildren, Lyndsay, Douglas, Meghan, Sarah, Bernard, Brigid, Ryan, Patrick, and Emily. Maureen also leaves behind a legacy of love with her many nieces and nephews, who will miss her dearly.
For 22 years, Maureen served as a Claims Representative for Prudential. She was a member of the Irish Federation of the Knights of Columbus.
Maureen's interests were as joyful as her personality. She had an enduring love for Irish music and the game show Jeopardy, which she watched with devotion. Her love for Chinese food was well-known among her family and friends.
Above all, Maureen's world revolved around her children and grandchildren. She was a woman who lived by the principle of selflessness, always placing the needs of others before her own with her kindness, generosity, and compassion.
Maureen's passing leaves a void in the hearts of many she was a light in the lives of all who knew her, and her memory will be cherished for generations to come. On Saturday, February 10th, there will be a Memorial Mass at St Catherine's Church in Middletown at 9:30am.
Arrangements were under the direction of the Jacqueline M. Ryan Home for Funerals 233 Carr Ave. Keansburg.