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Condolence From: Mary Casale Novak
Condolence: Rest In Peace Moe as you did your earthly job so well as a great and noble man. You will be greatly missed.
All who knew you were lucky to experience your big heart !!
You were effervescent with your smile and laughter and wonderfully smart, funny, sincere , compassionate and passionate in all that you do( did).
You were the whole shabang and for real, made sweet honey too!
No one could hold a candle to your devotion to your family and it showed in everything you did.
As a proud and consummate gentleman, son, brother, husband, father, you always put your family first.
As a friend, it was a true honor to know you and share some earthly time with you and b/c of you , we are all better people for you touching our lives.
May your life in the ever after (and family members above waiting for you) welcome you with open arms of love and generous blessings , that you so rightly deserve!
God bless you and your family, for ever & ever!
Friday December 29, 2017
Condolence From: Melissa Rangell
Condolence: Dearest Moe:

You are a fabulous man. May you rest in peace
CTN kept me laughing. Because of you. I miss your honey! (literally, Moe harvested Honey

Peace to your family.

Melissa Rangell
Tuesday December 26, 2017
Condolence From: Stephen D. McCulloch
Condolence: My condolences to all who knew and loved Moe as I did. He was one of the very best and most loyal friends one could have in this lifetime. And I’m certain that when God made Moe... I bet he didn’t do anything else that day but just sit around and feel good. And to Moe... thanks for a lifetime of memories, your friendship and some more than memorable Harley rides. May you forever Rest In Peace and know that we will never forget you. Brothers in arms....
Sunday December 24, 2017
Condolence From: Richard Dunne
Condolence: Moe, rest in peace old friend. We had many great times growing up in the neighborhood. You will be greatly missed my friend. God Bless you and your family. 🕇
Saturday December 23, 2017
Condolence From: Valerie Peattie
Condolence: Rest in pease, Moe. We just spoke on the phone last Saturday and all sounded good except for a cough. I wish we had more time to talk. I will remember the good and fun times we had and growing up with you one block up the hill in Inwood. You were so smart and articulate. I wish you could still be with us. You were loved by many. To your mother, sisters, brother and children, I am so very sorry for your loss.
Saturday December 23, 2017
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