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Robin Ann Moore

May 10, 1958 - July 18, 2022

Robin Ann Moore, age 64, of Newark, DE, passed away peacefully on Monday, July 18, 2022, and was called home to be with her Lord and Savior.

Born in Greenwich, CT on May 10, 1958, Robin was the loving daughter of the late Augustus and Carrie Ann (Harding) Moore of Norwalk, CT. As a child, she and her siblings enjoyed life at Armstrong Court, Easter egg hunts on Round Hill Road, family reunions in Coatesville, PA, camping at Pound Ridge, and infamous backyard cookouts at 22 South Wind.

After graduating from Brien McMahon High School, Robin chased her dream and graduated from Widener University with a BS in Hotel Management. She accepted a position as Director of Operations with Aramark Dining, moved up to Food Service Director, and subsequently was promoted to Director of Operations with Aramark at the University of Delaware.

Anyone who knew Robin, knew that she had a strong work ethic, was incredibly kindhearted and was always the source of positivity. This was true in her professional life as well as her private life. Robin was passionate about her family, her friends, cooking, fine dining, and vacations with the ‘Zeta girls’.

THERE ARE SOME WHO BRING A LIGHT SO GREAT TO THE WORLD THAT EVEN AFTER THEY HAVE GONE, THE LIGHT REMAINS.

Robin is survived by her brother, David Moore of Chinle, AZ; sister, Kym Moore (Lisa Dellevigne) of Norwalk, CT; nieces, Stephanie Gross and Katie Moore of CA; great niece, Olivia Kate Gross of CA; and a beautiful family of loving aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends.

A visitation for family and friends will be held from 10 am until 11 am on Tuesday, July 26, 2022, at Spicer-Mullikin Funeral Home, 121 West Park Place, Newark, DE, where a funeral service will begin at 11 am. A celebration of life will follow at 1 pm in University of Delaware’s Clayton Hall, 100 David Hollowell Drive, Newark, DE.

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  • Dear Robin, David & Family My heartfelt condolences. Know how much I love your family and Anything you need don’t hesitate. Rest In Paradise Robin🙏🏽🙏🏽🙏🏽❤️

  • We will never forget you Robin. Forever in our hearts. Our condolences to David, Kym, Bert, Stephanie, Katie and Olivia and the entire Moore family.

  • Robin was a truly wonderful person so kind and always a gracious. My 🙏condolences. May Robin rest in peace. Thanks for all the good times Robin we will miss you ❤️

  • Dear Kym, David and Family,
    I am so very sorry for your loss. May Robin’s memory be for a blessing.
    Sincerely and with love,
    Karen Ackerman

  • My deepest condolences to Kym, the Moore family, extended family & friends. I’ll never forget you, Robin. You were a great big sis to Kym. I am honored to have know you. Rest easy……..forever be at peace. 🙏💜

  • Robin, You have left a strong legacy. You will never be forgotten. You were a strong individual who knew exactly who you were and no one could tell you anything different. You taught me a lot, most without saying a word but by your actions, they spoke volumes!!! I will cherish the memories we have forever! I will continue praying comfort for your family.
    Until we meet again RIP Robin💕

    APRIL S. Williams

  • Rest easy now my friend. Until we meet again – Lori

  • Kim and David my deepest sympathy and love ❤️ for you guys, I will be praying for you you.

  • Rest In Peace my friend! I send my love & prayers to the Moore Family.
    ❤️ NeeCee G.

  • The kingdom awaits you. You were loved by so many & will be terribly missed.

    Peace be with you,
    D Hill Family

  • Lou and I were so sorry to hear of the passing of Robin. So many wonderful and fun memories at Brandywine. Robin was so kind,fun and positive. We are lucky to have known her. Our prayers are with her family.

  • Dear David, I am so sorry to hear of Robin’s passing. Sending thoughts and prayers to you and your family.
    With heartfelt sympathy and love,
    Roxanne (Smeriglio) Kuppersmith

  • May God bless and keep you all. It’s hard but it won’t get easier you will find a way to help you to deal with it. Kym and David you were blessed to have had her as your sister.

  • My father, John L Ruggiero loved Robin and in turn we all did too. She was so supportive and such a good friend to my father. I’m sure their heavenly reunion will be loud, loving and fun. I’m so happy to have known Robin and to have stayed in touch with her after my dad’s death in 2019. Rest In Peace, Friend.

  • Thank you for your kindness while working at the U of D you were a true inspiration still can’t believe that your gone. R.I.P.
    Gone But Not Forgotten

  • Robin was a pleasure with whom to work. Her smile was always joyful. Rest In Peace dear colleague.

  • I just heard. I am so sorry. Robin and I wear friends and coworkers for many years. She will be greatly missed