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Official Obituary of

Thomas Edward Moore

March 16, 1945 ~ March 24, 2024 (age 79) 79 Years Old

Thomas Moore Obituary

Thomas Edward Moore, 79, of Lusby MD, passed away Sunday (March 24, 2024) at the Washington Hospital Center in Washington DC.

He was born March 16, 1945 in Cambridge, son of the late Lawrence Ray Moore and Margaret Louise (Cesner) Moore.

A graduate of Byesville High School, Tom was the owner of Bassett Buildings for thirty-five years.  He retired in 2013.

Tom was a US Coast Guard veteran of the Vietnam War, earning the rank of ETN2 for his service from 1964 to 1968.  He was a life member of the Buffalo VFW Post 8040.

He was a member of the St. Paul United Methodist Church of Lusby, Maryland.

In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by a brother, Larry Moore; his father-in-law, Jim Harbin; and his beloved grandson, Zachary Thomas Price.

Tom is survived by his wife, Connie Sue (Harbin) Moore of Lusby MD, whom he married July 23, 1977; his daughter and son-in-law, Melissa and Rodney Price of Lusby MD; a grandson, Lucas Price of Lusby MD; two granddaughters, Gabbi Price and Kayleigh Price both of Lusby MD; a brother, William “Bill” Moore of Byesville; his mother-in-law, Joane McClelland of Senecaville; two sisters-in-law, Debbie (& Quentin) Wamer of Byesville and Patty (& Gary) Harbin of Senecaville; a brother-in-law, Joe (& Allison) McClelland of Cambridge; several nieces & nephews; his special four-legged companions, Leia, Sammy, Pablo, and Simba; his best friends, Jim and Beth Valentine; and the son he never had, Ralph Sells.

Private services will be held for the family.


Roses are Red,

Violets are Blue,

I’ll throw a rock in your garden if I like you.

My grandchildren, my daughter and wife,

These are the things I cherished most in life.

I loved to travel, I loved to build,

I loved a good poker game that was laughter filled.

I passed the time making art with my saws,

Or petting my friends who have four paws.

I was kind, and funny, and quick of wit,

Those who knew me best know I hated to sit.

March brought my birthday, and madness and fun,

When it came to puzzles and riddles, I was number one.

So, raise a glass and have a beer,

Give a toast to me if I ever brought you cheer.

Please don’t cry and don’t you dare bawl,

And let me say, “goodbye, I love you all”.



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