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Jean M. “Jeannie” (Danz) Moore

October 1, 1933 - March 21, 2022

Jean M. “Jeannie” (Danz) Moore, age 88, of Newark, DE, passed away peacefully, surrounded by her family on Monday, March 21, 2022.

Born in Lancaster, PA on October 1, 1933, she was a daughter of the late Paul C. and Anna (Duschl) Danz. Known as “Jeannie”, she grew up in Lancaster, PA and attended St. Joseph’s Academy. Besides raising six children, Jeannie worked as administrative assistant at the Delaware Commission on Women and at the Bank of New York, retiring in 1995.

Jeannie was a gregarious, big-hearted, woman who was well loved by everyone she touched. She loved her husband, kids and grandkids fiercely; Jeannie was a vocal supporter at her son’s and grandson’s ice hockey and baseball games and was known as “Coach” of the “Wilmites”, her son’s street hockey team. In her later years Jeannie loved to travel and did several trips with her kids to Germany, Australia, Arizona, Alaska and Bolivia. She will be sorely missed by all who knew her.

In addition to her parents, Jeannie was preceded in death by her loving husband, Henry “Chub” Moore, a Korean War Veteran and native of Millersville, PA. She is survived by her 6 beloved children, Dennis, Deborah Winkles, Donna Cooley, Doug, Dean, and Donald; 12 grandchildren; 10 great-grandchildren; sister, Mary Louise Freidly; as well as numerous nieces, nephews, and cousins.

A visitation for family and friends will be held from 9 am until 10 am on Saturday, March 26, 2022, at Spicer-Mullikin Funeral Home, 121 West Park Place, Newark, DE, where a Celebration of Life will begin at 10 am. Interment will be held privately in Delaware Veterans Memorial Cemetery.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Jeannie’s memory to the armed forces of Ukraine by clicking here.

 

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11 Condolences for Jean M. “Jeannie” (Danz) Moore

  • Tammy and I wish peace, comfort and love to your family in this time of loss. Jeannie was a kind and loving person, always ready to share time and spirited company whenever we encountered her in recent years. We very much regret that we are unable to share in the celebration of life on Saturday, but we will be there in spirit. Jeannie is the star of many of my memories of growing up on Vassar Drive, and she will live always in my heart beside Chub. Again, we send our love to all the Moore family as you grieve the loss of your mother.

  • So sorry to hear of Jeanie’s passing. Our thoughts and prayers for Jeanie and all the family during this stressful time. Terry and Denise

  • It was such a pleasure meeting her as a devoted and loving grandmother. I first met her in her role as a kind neighbor, and today I realize that she was another friend’s beloved aunt. Truly a lady who shone her light in many directions. Best wishes to all the family who cherished her.

  • Jeanie was a very kind lady whom I enjoyed in my senior year of high school, spent many of my days at the Moore’s house it was the best place to be for me with Jeannie being there and so laid back as well as my friend Tammy Miller and most of the Wilmites coming and going. I have so many fond memories of that warm and welcoming household. I will always remember my romantic spaghetti dinner with Dean that Jeannie prepared and Donald was our server 🥰. My heart is full of love, prayers and sympathy for the Moore family. Jeannie is at peace with Chub.

  • My deep condolences to Jennie’s family. I have many happy memories as I recall the years we, (the Weinachts) lived across the street from the Moores. May you all hold your memories close to your hearts, as you go through this difficult period of the loss of your loving mother and grandmother.

  • We were saddened by the passing of Jeannie. Although we haven’t met her personally Chris has shared stories of holidays and life moments filled with family and togetherness. Grief is really painful,but those feelings will meld into the memories that stay with you. The deFiore Family. Robert,Chris,Anthony and Amber.

  • So very sorry for the loss of your mom. We send our love, sympathy and prayers to you all. Love, Mike and Roxanne Ostrowski

  • My deepest condolences to all your family. I have so many fond memories of your Mom. May your memories bring you peace and comfort at this time. Sending heartfelt thoughts and prayers to all the Moore family.

  • That smile…that laugh. Mrs. Moore will always be at the heart of my memories of growing up on Vassar Drive. Despite having six children of her own, Mrs. Moore always welcomed the neighborhood kids into her home. She showed a generosity of spirit that made us all feel loved and welcome. I absolutely adored her sassy and bright sense of humor. I will never forget when she allowed us all to host a spooky haunted house in her home…and her holiday parties for the kids were legendary. She and Chub raised six wonderful children. To Donna and all of her family, I send heartfelt condolences and am forever grateful that your mom and dad treated me as one of their own; I am the better for it. I wish you courage and peace in the difficult days ahead…and I cherish the spirit of your mom that lives on in each of you.

  • I am so glad I was able to join the Moore family & friends today for Jean Moore’s Celebration of Life. She was a very special woman & she has a beautiful family. Your tremendous love for her & each other will get you through this difficult time. My deepest condolences to all of you. Rest in peace Jean Moore & may you find my Mother up or out there & again share morning cigarettes & coffee. ❤🌹

  • We will miss our neighbor, Jeannie, who welcomed us into Nottingham Green almost forty years ago.
    With love,
    Pam and Pete