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In memory of
Steven N. Moore
Steven N. Moore Steven N. Moore, 58 of Sammamish WA and Litchfield Park, AZ, passed away unexpectedly Sunday April 17, 2016. Steve was born March 5, 1958 in Wichita, Kansas to Ruth and Neal Moore. After moving to Washington in his youth, he graduated from Newport High School in 1976. In 1985 he received a Bachelor of Science in Finance from Central Washington University. Friends, family, teammates, and business associates will remember Steve as fun-loving, loyal, highly competitive, and a natural leader. Steve found success all through his life. One of his most cherished accomplishments was being the team leader and striker for his youth soccer team. Steve's skills on the field and ability to foster team chemistry led to eight consecutive Washington State Championships, a record that still stands today. His team building skills carried over into his professional life leading to more success. Steve was co-founder of WatchGuard Technologies, a leading provider of integrated security appliances for small to mid-sized companies. Starting with a few employees working from his living room, Steve helped build a publicly held corporation employing hundreds of people. Regardless of position or tenure Steve welcomed everyone into his office. He made everyone around him feel important-- a key trait to his success in life. Steve's passions included boating, soccer, golf, and his beloved Seahawks. He also cherished entertaining and spending time with loved ones. One of Steve's most treasured places was the family cabin at Hood Canal where he enjoyed boating, crabbing, shrimping, and relaxing with friends and family. Steve will be fondly remembered as a loving father, son, and brother, a loyal friend, and a devoted husband. He will truly be missed. He is survived by his loving wife Angela Moore; parents, Ruth and Neal Moore; sister and brother-in-law Karen and Jerry Myers; and children Nicole and Evan Moore. Services were held on Monday, April 25, 2016 presided over by Pastor Robbins.
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In memory of
Steven N. Moore
Steven N. Moore Steven N. Moore, 58 of Sammamish WA and Litchfield Park, AZ, passed away unexpectedly Sunday April 17, 2016. Steve was born March 5, 1958 in Wichita, Kansas to Ruth and Neal Moore. After moving to Washington in his youth, he graduated from Newport High School in 1976. In 1985 he received a Bachelor of Science in Finance from Central Washington University. Friends, family, teammates, and business associates will remember Steve as fun-loving, loyal, highly competitive, and a natural leader. Steve found success all through his life. One of his most cherished accomplishments was being the team leader and striker for his youth soccer team. Steve's skills on the field and ability to foster team chemistry led to eight consecutive Washington State Championships, a record that still stands today. His team building skills carried over into his professional life leading to more success. Steve was co-founder of WatchGuard Technologies, a leading provider of integrated security appliances for small to mid-sized companies. Starting with a few employees working from his living room, Steve helped build a publicly held corporation employing hundreds of people. Regardless of position or tenure Steve welcomed everyone into his office. He made everyone around him feel important-- a key trait to his success in life. Steve's passions included boating, soccer, golf, and his beloved Seahawks. He also cherished entertaining and spending time with loved ones. One of Steve's most treasured places was the family cabin at Hood Canal where he enjoyed boating, crabbing, shrimping, and relaxing with friends and family. Steve will be fondly remembered as a loving father, son, and brother, a loyal friend, and a devoted husband. He will truly be missed. He is survived by his loving wife Angela Moore; parents, Ruth and Neal Moore; sister and brother-in-law Karen and Jerry Myers; and children Nicole and Evan Moore. Services were held on Monday, April 25, 2016 presided over by Pastor Robbins.
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The Loving Sympathy™ Basket is a wonderful way to convey your condolences for their loss. Lavender roses, pink Asiatic lilies, lavender daisies, purple matsumoto asters, green hypericum berries and lush greens are sweetly arranged in a square whitewash basket to create a lovely way to offer your caring kindness during this trying time.
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The Loving Sympathy™ Basket is a wonderful way to convey your condolences for their loss. Lavender roses, pink Asiatic lilies, lavender daisies, purple matsumoto asters, green hypericum berries and lush greens are sweetly arranged in a square whitewash basket to create a lovely way to offer your caring kindness during this trying time.
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