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(Lloyd) Irwin Moore


Name of Deceased     Lloyd   Irwin "Doc"   Moore   

Address     Waterloo, IL

Age     69     years

Parents     the late Silas Monroe & Ramona (nee Nieto) Moore

Date of Birth     December 23, 1944                         Place     Las Vegas, NM

Date of Death     December 10, 2014                       Place     St. Louis, MO


Family will receive mourners at Quernheim Funeral Home from

1:30 PM until time of service  Saturday December 13, 2014


Memorial Service     2 PM  Saturday  December 13, 2014          

Place of Funeral   Quernheim Funeral Home      Waterloo, IL

Clergy     Father Roger Karban                                                     




Lyn Moore






Lisa Lawrence

Elliot Moore

Cheryl Moore

Thad (Julianne) Hunter

Courtney Hunter-Brauer (Craig)



Conner, Ella, Isabel, Simon, Cooper

Kampe, Joanscott, Liam, Thaddeus


Patricia (David) Foster


Harold (Glenda) Moore




Preceded in death by 

his parents, brother (in infancy) Lloyd Moore


Groups & Organizations  

Lloyd (Irwin) retired from 38 years of service from the VA Medical Center, Jefferson Barracks working with spinal cord injured veterans, member of Waterloo Rotary, Board of Directors at Human Support Services, Past Advisory Board member at Monroe County Care Center, PVA (past member), Hugh O'Brian Youth Foundation (past member).

Lloyd (Irwin) was one of the founding father’s of the Academy of Spinal Cord Injury Professionals


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December 6, 2015 - Classmates Note:

One of Irwin's good friends, Bob Barker passed this week (December 1st, 2015).  These pictures were taken at the 30th and 40th class reunions.  Both made it to the 50th reunion in spite of poor health.  Good friends, together again. God bless you both.




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12/21/14 02:27 AM #14    

Richard Martinez

So sorry to hear of Irwins passing. I got to spend a little time with him at the reunion! My deepest condolences to his family!

12/21/14 10:51 AM #15    

Dottie Bernadette (Kiernan)

It's always so sad when the world loses one of the good guys - and Irwin was just that!  I'll always remember his sweet charming smile and his kindness to everyone.  I'm so glad he made it to the reunion and was in touch with many of his friends.  You will be missed, Irwin!

12/21/14 01:06 PM #16    

Judith Taylor (Richey)

It was so sad for me to hear that Irwin Moore had passed away.  I remember him fondly from high school.  He always had a big smile and a nice thing to say to everyone.  When he smiled his eyes twinkled and you just knew that he meant to be friendly and caring.  I visited with him at the 50th reunion and again he was so kind and friendly.  Just made everyone feel special.  It was wonderful to learn about his life's work.  God bless him for all he was to so many people.  One in a million.

12/22/14 02:06 PM #17    

Charles Barone

Wow, seeing this was a shock. We were friends in school and would hang out sometimes during the lunch hour. 

We tried to make the reunion but were needed elsewhere. I was disappointed and this adds to that disappointment.

Prayers to Irwin's family.

12/22/14 02:24 PM #18    

Evangeline Tafoya (Brown)

This is such sad news. As was said earlier, he was one of the good ones. It's great, though, that he was able to make it to our 50th Reunion.


1* There is an appointed time for everything,

and a time for every affair under the heavens.

2A time to give birth, and a time to die;

a time to plant, and a time to uproot the plant.

3A time to kill, and a time to heal;

a time to tear down, and a time to build.

4A time to weep, and a time to laugh;

a time to mourn, and a time to dance.

5A time to scatter stones, and a time to gather them;

a time to embrace, and a time to be far from embraces.

6A time to seek, and a time to lose;

a time to keep, and a time to cast away.

7A time to rend, and a time to sew;

a time to be silent, and a time to speak.

8A time to love, and a time to hate;

a time of war, and a time of peace.


12/23/14 07:33 AM #19    

Jerry Anderson

We'll miss you. Ride safe.  ^5


12/25/14 08:39 AM #20    

Carla Gardner (Ilfeld)

I was so sorry to hear about Irwin.  He was always funny and always a gentleman.  He was my date for my first high school homecoming.  We had a wonderful time together, and it is one of my happiest memories of my time at Valley.


06/29/15 07:44 PM #21    

Robert Barker

Irwin was the last person we saw at the reunion!!  We were getting into our cars at the same time!!  Irwin was very special to Bob and I and will truly be missed!!  Betty and Bob 

12/30/17 09:48 AM #22    

Helen Lopez

Irwin was a great guy.  May his memory be a blessing.  Helen. 

12/30/17 10:34 AM #23    

Kathleen Burrall (Oestreicher)

I agree. Irwin was truly nice.

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