ForeverMissed

This memorial website was created in the memory of our loved one, Moireh Moon, 63, born on April 22, 1948 and passed away on February 1, 2012.  Please check back often for updates, as there are many stories and pictures and stories to share.  


She leaves behind a loving family that did what they could for her terrible disease but gave her endless love and will miss her dearly.  She has done so much for all of us to become the people that we are today.  She will live on forever in our hearts.

Posted by Pam Escarcega on February 1, 2019
Of course, I started writing a poem to my friend, Jennifer, as I mostly knew her, yesterday. I saw a message today saying it's been 7 years now she's gone. I think of her from time to time and miss her so much to this day. What a remarkable mind, beautiful poet, brilliant therapist, loving friend, and adoring mother. My life is not the same having known her. Still working on that poem. I hope it can convey the absolute love I have for her still.
Posted by Alyssa Lamano on March 15, 2018
My best friend and the greatest person I have ever met. I miss you more than words could describe. I miss laughing with you and just being in your presence. Love you grandma forever and always
Posted by Pam Escarcega on March 15, 2018
Jennifer talked about you so much, Alyssa, and I'm sure she is closer to you than ever.
Posted by Suzan Spahr on April 23, 2017
On your birthday I want you to know you're always remembered and missed. Wish you were here to enjoy your darling grandchildren, and Caley and Danielle. You'd be very proud. Hopefully you're close by.
  Love, Sue
Posted by Pam Escarcega on February 12, 2017
Rest in power!
Posted by Suzan Spahr on April 22, 2016
Moireh,
   Thinking of you on your birthday. This year you have 2 darling grandchildren, Carter, 3 and Kinsley 8 months. Hope you're watching over them. You'd be so proud of your son, Caley. He is a wonderful dad and husband and is very successful. I'm sure you had a lot to do with it. You are remembered and loved.  (from Sue, the other grandmother)
Posted by Suzan Spahr on February 1, 2015
I think of you often and know you would love your wonderful grandson, Carter. I hope your there watching over him. Love and God bless.
   Sue (his other grandma)
Posted by Charlie Quaid on February 26, 2012
Thank you, Jennifer for being such an important part of my experience at Sunflower House.
Posted by Valerie Konecny on February 23, 2012
Oh Jen ... you were my best friend and sister for so many, many years. I have no idea just who I would've turned out to be without you in my life. I love you and will always love you and will always miss you ... my "fer" ... I have a lifetime of memories with you.
Posted by Caley Block on February 2, 2012
I love you Mommy. I hope this site finds the people who loved you most.
Posted by Caley Block on February 2, 2012
Posted by Suzan Spahr on February 2, 2012
Unfortunately, I never met Moireh, but I know she must have been a special person and a loving soul. Caley spent his younger years with her and she had a lot to do with who he is today.I couldn't ask for a more wonderful husband for my daughter or a better son in law. He's a very special person with so many wonderful qualities and I love him dearly. Thank you, Moireh. You'll be missed.

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Posted by Pam Escarcega on February 1, 2019
Of course, I started writing a poem to my friend, Jennifer, as I mostly knew her, yesterday. I saw a message today saying it's been 7 years now she's gone. I think of her from time to time and miss her so much to this day. What a remarkable mind, beautiful poet, brilliant therapist, loving friend, and adoring mother. My life is not the same having known her. Still working on that poem. I hope it can convey the absolute love I have for her still.
Posted by Alyssa Lamano on March 15, 2018
My best friend and the greatest person I have ever met. I miss you more than words could describe. I miss laughing with you and just being in your presence. Love you grandma forever and always
Posted by Pam Escarcega on March 15, 2018
Jennifer talked about you so much, Alyssa, and I'm sure she is closer to you than ever.
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Shared by Pam Escarcega on March 15, 2018

Still large in my heart & in my thoughts. We will always love you, Pam (Tony too)

Shared by Pam Escarcega on February 12, 2017

Tony came home today with a vinyl album "The Changer & the Changed," by Chris Williamson. We played it, and thought of our beloved Jennifer and Sunflower House. I kept in touch with Jennifer for years on the phone, by mail, email, while she moved from Santa Cruz to Indiana, NJ, AZ. Tony & I visited her in Tuscon. As she became sicker, we talked about her moving to FL, but realized it was impossible because of residency issues for her insurance, but there came a time when she no longer answered her phone, and I hadn't asked for Caley or Jeremy's numbers until it was too difficult for her to get the information. Tony said, have you done an obit search, and I laughed thinking of all her names, and realized, I could have done that years ago, but I did it today, after listening to Chris Williamson's Waterfall, and it was perfect. We will always love you, Jennifer/Moireh/MaryJane. 

my favorite story

Shared by Alyssa Lamano on April 5, 2012
everytime i talked to you grandma you always told me the same stories about when i was a young child but i never got tired of hearing it. the first story was when i was just a baby and we were at your house in santa cruz and you walked out of your room in the middle of the night and the house was dark and you walked by me and you said all you seen were my bright big eyes. you said they were so beautiful and hypnotizing and from that moment you said you knew i was destined to be someone special because that night you had a dream about my eyes and it was very special. the other story that i enjoyed so much was when i was a young child and you would tell me "lyssa your so beautiful" and i would say "no im not i ugly" and you would tell me "lyssa your so smart" and i would say "no im not i dupid" i would give anythig to hear you tell me those stories again. i love you grandma and i miss you so much.