November 11, 1947 ~ December 11, 2002

Born in: Greenville, Ohio,
Resided in: Pueblo, CO

David Thomas Moore, 55, passed away December 11, 2002. Survived by his wife, Lori B. Mugasis; children, David Thomas (Colleen Shannon) Moore and Michael Todd Moore, both of San Diego, California; many good friends, including Jim Nardi and numerous cats and dogs. David was born November 11, 1947, in Greenville, Ohio. He loved animals and was the office administrative assistant at Pets & Friends Animal Hospital. He also enjoyed reading, running, photography, cooking, snow skiing, and traveling, especially Paris. There will be no viewing. Cremation, Montgomery & Steward Crematorium. Memorial service will be held 2 p.m. Monday, December 16, 2002, in the Mountain View Chapel Mausoleum. In lieu of food and flowers, memorials may be made to either National Association for Mentally Ill, Animal Welfare Organization, or charity of donor's choice through the funeral home.

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  1. Lori,

    From all of us at Insight, we will miss Dave and are glad for the opportunities we had to work (and run) with him.

    Dave was one of our original trainers and consultants and I know that everyone who worked with him, clients and consultants both, really liked his easy going manner and were comfortable with him.

    We wish you and Dave’s sons well. We know Dave is up amongst the angels and will keep an eye on us!

    Take care Lori, our condolences and thoughts are with you.

    Sincerely,
    Stella O’Brien and the Insight team

  2. Dave will be greatly missed by all of us in the software development consulting community. I first met and worked with Dave at Laidlaw Environmental Services in Columbia, SC. He scouted out restaurants and things to do and then let the rest of the Insight folks working in Columbia know where the fun was to be found. My fondest memories of Dave will be his upbeat attitude and high energy. Please accept my deepest sympathy.

  3. I came to know Dave while working with him on several software consulting projects. I knew him as a free spirit, an intellect, and a man with integrity. Dave was always an interesting person to work with, talk to, and share a beer with. He didn’t bother with the pettiness that life often presents, but rather pushed that aside to get to what really matters. This was true of his work and his relationships. I will always carry fond memories Dave.

    My condolences to Dave’s family. I never had the opportunity to know you, but Dave spoke warmly of you. He often spoke of pride about how his wife persisted in the face of adversity to care for the animals at the veterinary clinic – sticking to life’s passions and compassions even when the going is tough. I hope that same life view will carry you though this difficult time.

    Best wishes,
    Art Staden

  4. I am sorry to hear of the loss of Dave. He was a great person. He will be missed.

    Sincerely,

    Pat Dutson
    Longaberger

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