Let the memory of Christopher be with us forever
  • 45 years old
  • Born on December 28, 1967 .
  • Passed away on September 18, 2013 .
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Christopher Moore 45 years old , born on December 28, 1967 and passed away on September 18, 2013. We will remember him forever.
Posted by Janice Pataky on 18th September 2018
Dear Christopher! I can't believe it's been 5 years today since you left us! It still seems like it was only yesterday, and I suppose it will always seem that way! I miss you so much, miss your jokes, and everything you did to make yourself stand out to be the person you were. Right now I am with your sister Ashley in California looking for a place for her to live while she is stationed here for the Navy! I know you would be so proud of her too! Please keep a eye out for her, because I know she's your favorite!! I love you Chris, and hope your not causing to much trouble up there!! My love always!! Mom xoxo
Posted by Kathy Cook on 18th September 2017
Still missing you, neighbor!
Posted by Matt Pataky on 18th September 2016
Hey Chris- can't believe it's been three years. Hope you're having fun up there and not getting into too much trouble. Love you.
Posted by Kathy Cook on 28th December 2015
HaPpY bIrThDaY, cHrIs!! We're still missing you and your smile/laugh. The boys talk of you and the times they had with you. Again, thank you for all you did for Jake and the rest of the gang . . . I don't think the "hole" on Franklin St will ever be filled.
Posted by Matt Pataky on 28th December 2015
Happy birthday! :) love you
Posted by Kathy Cook on 21st September 2015
Miss you, neighbor . . . and a huge thank you from myself and any other mother of a son who has benefited from knowing you - you were such a great influence on Jake and the others. I appreciate all the time and advice you were so willing to share with your/our boy(s) and I know Jake is a better man for having had you in his life.
Posted by Melissa Moore on 21st September 2015
well my dear christopher 2 years have gone by and I never thought I would be leaving a memorial for you, I never thought I would ever be without you, we were supposed to grow old together, sucks how things play out in this life, All I can say is I'm hoping your watching over your son, and I hope he learned enough from you when you here to help him along, he is glad you did all the stuff you did together, (and for most of his friends too, you were a father figure to a few of those boys and they are very thankful for it, you touched many peoples lives, and many people are changed forever because of it...I will love and miss you terribly until i see you again, love your wife forever
Posted by Janice Pataky on 18th September 2015
Dear Christopher, it is so hard to believe two years have passed since you left us. It seems like so much more, because of not hearing your voice everyday! You have touched so many lives during your short time with us, .by all your kind selfless deeds you have done for so many. You always had the most wonderful gift of making people laugh! I am in the middle of moving again as you know, and I feel like a wondering gypsy. Lol. My life has taken many different turns since you left us, because I was going to be with you at this time. I saw a little church here, and I am going to go today, and light a candle for you. Please make sure it's unlocked for me! Please look down on Missy, and Nicholas today as I know this is such a difficult day for them both. I love, and miss you so very much Christopher. Until we meet again remember that! Love Mom
Posted by Ashley Pataky on 18th September 2015
Hey Chris, I miss you. I can't believe it's been two years... Two. Years. I remember all the times you picked me up and dropped me off at the airport hours away and couldn't be happier to do it. I also remember all the times you wanted me to visit and I put other priorities first. I know you wouldn't want me to be hard on myself, but on days like today it's hard. I miss you so much. I remember that time you, me, Matt and Arlene went to Swensons and you and Arlene were laughing away (sitting across from Matt and I) as you had said how old Mom would be when we were 30. That was one of the first times I briefly thought about death or the simple fact you inevitable lose people in your life. I had this other thought though, that the people sitting at that table would all be there to support one another through any familial loss. Not that there's a good way to lose a brother, but I still wish (selfishly) that I had more time. A lot more time. Today I hope to do something you loved. I love you so much. A>M love, ALP
Posted by Janice Pataky on 22nd April 2015
Just wanted you to know I think about you everyday, and I miss you so very much! Every time I walk by that little wooden sign that has my name on I turned it upside down or sideways, and I always think of you, because you used to do that all the time just to drive me crazy! There is such a void in my life, & I guess there always will be, because you were one of a kind, and you're filled my heart with joy! I miss talking to you so much!I love you Christopher. love mom
Posted by Matt Pataky on 28th December 2014
happy birthday chris! miss and love you!
Posted by Janice Pataky on 30th November 2014
Another Thanksgiving came, and went without you here. to say you were missed would be an understatement. All I can do is hold on to the memories of the past Thanksgivings, and talking to you on the phone about all the food your cooking. I miss you,and I love you so much Christopher! Christmas is coming soon, and it's a rough time since your birthday is December 28th! May God wrap his arms around you, and give you a big hug from your mom!
Posted by Ashley Pataky on 19th September 2014
Hey brother, I had 1/2 of a bottle of wine at dinner and I'm planning on watching our fave movie Pineapple Express tonight--I know you're proud. I love you and I miss you more than you ever (or will ever) probably knew. Thanks for being the best big brother a little sister could have. I love you, Christopher.

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