D. Chadwiq Moore

(October 5, 1976 - November 3, 2014)

D Chadwiq Moore, of Riverside, passed away on November 3, 2014. He was 38 years old.
He is survived by his mother, Cynthia Moore of Riverside, his father, Donald Moore and step-mother Angelica, both of South Carolina, his sisters, Debbi of York, PA and Julie of Vineland, his brother-in-law Adam of Vineland as well as by his nephew, Dustin.
Services and interment are private. In lieu of flowers, memorial gifts may be made to the Epilepsy Foundation of New Jersey 1 AAA Dr., #203, Trenton, New Jersey 08691-1811.

6 thoughts on “D. Chadwiq Moore

  1. Amy & Chris Keppler

    We wish we could be there in person to share memories with you but know our prayers and hearts are with you today and always! We love you and will keep you forever close to our hearts!

  2. Mary Ann O''Briwn

    Chad was a wonderful guy I miss talking to him and his mother he was a kind man who would do anything for you!I have a deep hole in my heart and I’m very sorry that I was not able to attend the services because I had supper bowls resulting in several concussions and I’m still having problems now but I would like to talk to his mom she’s doing!

  3. Arun

    John as a person with fmilay members currently in the military and someone whose father was in the Air force in WWII I can tell you there are many ways to observe Remembrance Day. The key is to honour, remember and show gratitude to Canada’s fallen heroes. Berating local politicians for their lack of attendance at a formal Remembrance Day ceremony does nothing to honour the sacrifices made on your behalf. If you feel attendance at the Remembrance Day ceremony is the proper thing to do then do it, but, belittling those who work for pennies to keep this city represented is petty. Did you attend out of respect or simply to make note of who was in attendance. I stayed home and remembered in silent prayer all those who have sacrificed life and limb for my freedom. How is that any less desirable then going to a monument where everyone could see me and say wow what a good man out in the rain. To me it seems a little self serving and not at all what Remembrance Day is about.

  4. Dan

    Very nice. Very intriguing.Also, I just ncteoid that you have me listed as one of your friends on your blog roll, so I’m happy to announce that you have now been added to my friends list over at my site.Hope you’re doing well. Take care.

  5. Elena

    You teach School on Sundays too? Oh! there were busloads of shocol kids there too. I am saying that there is no reason that Councillors could not have been there on Sunday. I see the same Councillors at events all the time, even Mr McMillan who has not been Mayor for decades comes out. You all should all be ashamed of yourselves.I am certainly glad that the war heroes found the time in their busy schedules to go to war for us!!!!!!

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