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Regina T. Moore
(September 13, 1920 - August 17, 2014)

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Regina T. Moore

Regina Moore, August 17, 2014 Jeanie Moore (nee Brown), aged 93, lived an extraordinary and full life and died much like how she lived: on her own terms in her home of 64 years in Glendora, NJ. She will be reuniting in death with her late husband of 60 years, Benjamin Sr. Proud mother of William (Elaine), Benjamin Jr.(Lois), Thomas (Kathy), Mary, and Bernard (Mary Lee). Last remaining Brown sibling (of the infamous Brown Family Christmas Parties), preceded in death by the late Delores (Sid) Lentz, Mildred (Walt) Piechowski, Barbara (Jimmy) Martino, Helen (George) Conaway, and Billy (Susie) and Bernard Brown. Also survived by her sister in law Anne Brown. Doting, devoted, and spoiling Mom-Mom to Susan (David) Groth, Linda Amy (Nate) Simmerman, Jeff (Kat), Laurie (Kevin), Joseph (Cher), Nicholas (Kristen), Kim (Tim) McCune, Gregory, Jason, and the late William Moore Jr. Loving great-grandmother to Megan, Jason, Alexa, Brennan, Anna, Grace, Logan, Eli,and Philip. Mrs. Moore was a resident of Glendora for 64 years and an active member of St. Teresa's Church. She was a founding employee of the Triton Regional High School cafeteria staff and a member of the Glendora Ladies Auxiliary, Black Horse Campers Club, Hilder Lane Seniors Club, Forever Young Seniors Club and Franklin Square Seniors throughout her life, as well as a lifetime member of the Chatters. A lover of Bingo, cards, American Idol, Kelly Ripa, the Phillies, and lottery tickets, Jeanie never missed an opportunity to celebrate life, family, and friends with a kiss on the lips, a birthday card, or a well chosen moment for her hearing aid to "start working again". Relatives and friends are invited to attend the viewing Tuesday evening from 7 to 9pm and Wednesday morning at 9:15 to 10:15 am at GARDNER FUNERAL HOME, 126 S. Black Horse Pike Runnemede. Funeral Mass Wednesday morning 11 am at Holy Child Parish, St. Teresa's RC Church Runnemede. Entombment New St. Mary's Mausoleum, Bellmawr.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Regina’s memory to Holy Child Parish, St. Teresa's RC Church, 13 East Evesham Road, Runnemede, NJ 08078.

Family and friends may share memories at www.GardnerFuneralHome.com.

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