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Funeral services for Harry L. Moore age 88 of 232 Cemetery Road, Lisbon will be held on Thursday (May 1, 2014) at 11:00am at the Cornerstone Wesleyan Church in Heuvelton with Rev. Paul Dettmer officiating. Burial will follow the service at the Flackville Cemetery.

Calling hours will be held on Wednesday from 2-4 pm & 6-8 pm and Thursday from 10 am until the time of the service at the Cornerstone Wesleyan Church. Mr. Moore passed away peacefully at his home on Saturday (April 26, 2014) surrounded by his family.

Surviving is his wife Beulah; two sons, Ronnie Moore & his wife Caryn of Kinderhook NY & John Moore of Lisbon & his companion Ghislaine Swem of Watertown; a daughter Debbie Kingsley & her husband Dave of Heuvelton; a brother Clinton Moore & his wife Doris of Downingtown, PA; a daughter-in-law Robin Moore of New Hampshire; grandchildren, great-grandchildren & many nieces, nephews & cousins.

He was predeceased by a son, Trevor Moore; two brothers Wade & John Moore; five sisters, Henrietta Putney, Anna Wicks, Mary Roberts, Betty Walkinshaw & Alice Moore.

Harry was born on May 29, 1925 in Ogdensburg NY, a son of the late James D. & Mary V. (Hutchinson) Moore. He graduated from Heuvelton Central School in 1941 and continued his education at the George Hall Trade School where he studied carpentry and mechanics. On August 16, 1946, he married Beulah E. Gladle at the Lisbon Wesleyan Parsonage with Rev. George Jock officiating.

Harry worked on the St. Lawrence Seaway for a period and was a self-employed farmer until he retired in 1996. He was a member of the Gideons International, Lisbon Camp Meeting Board and the Lisbon and Heuvelton Wesleyan Churches since 1940 and held various offices. He was a born again Christian and lived his life accordingly. Harry cherished God’s words from Philippines 1:21 “For me to live as Christ and to die is gain” .

Harry enjoyed reading, writing poetry, cutting wood, history, traveling, driving his golf cart around the farm and spending time with his family. Memorial contributions can be made to Gideons International; P.O. Box 140800; Nashville TN 37214 or the Lisbon Camp Meeting Association; P.O. Box 52, Lisbon NY 13658. Condolences can also be shared online at www.foxandmurrayfuneralhome.com.

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