Glenn
H.
Moore


 

GLENN H. MOORE was born on June 26, 1945. He was appointed to the Camden Fire Department on November 8, 1968. 

After Camden lifted its residency requirements for police and fire personnel, Glenn H. Moore moved to the Hilltop section of Gloucester Township. He served with Engine Company 11 in Cramer Hill during the 1990s. Glenn H. Moore retired fro the Fire Department on January 1, 2000. Glenn H. Moore passed away on October 24, 2011.


Engine Company 11 - 1994
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From left:  Fire Fighters Greg DePetris and Glenn Moore
Captain Anthony Winters, Firefighter F
rank Saia


Engine Company 11 - 1994
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From left:  Jim Alexander, Greg DePetris, Glenn Moore, George Reese , Joe Kirk, Saia


Retired Firefighters Visit Engine Company 11 - 1994
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Front, from left: retirees Capt. Edwin Robbins, Captain Leonard Garbrecht, and Theodore "Teddy O'Brien" Orbaczewski, with active Captain Anthony Winters. Top: Fire Fighters Greg DePetris, Frank Saia, and Glenn Moore


Camden Fire Department Retirees Dinner
August 6, 2009 - The PUB, Pennsauken, New Jersey
From Left: Glenn Moore, Bill Huelas, Charlie Simone, Anthony Winters

Camden Fire Department Retirees Dinner
September 10, 2010 - The PUB, Pennsauken, New Jersey
Glenn Moore, Anthony Winters, Charles Simone
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______, Fred Spreng, Duane Goobic, Glenn Moore, Bill Huelas, _____________
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Camden Courier-Post - October 26, 2011

GLENN H. MOORE (1945-2011)
Glenn H. Moore on October 24, 2011 of Hilltop, NJ. Age 66. Beloved husband of Regina A. (Nee Keiser). Devoted father of Nadine Lyons (Daniel), Richard Albee (Stacie) and Frank Albee (Marcella). Dear grandfather of Haley, Brooke, Ricky & Dorian. Loving brother-in-law of Tommy Keiser (Trish), Frank Keiser, Eileen Warner and Carol Feriozzi (Anthony).

Mr. Moore worked as a Fireman for the City of Camden for 32 years. He enjoyed discussing politics and spending time at the beach.

Relatives and friends are invited to attend the viewing 9am to 11am Saturday morning at GARDNER FUNERAL HOME, RUNNEMEDE. Funeral service 11am Saturday at the funeral home. Interment Calvary Cemetery, Cherry Hill.

In lieu of flowers the family requests that donations be made in Glennís memory to the American Cancer Society, 1851 Old Cuthbert Road, Cherry Hill, NJ 08034. 

Family and friend may share memories at www.GardnerFuneralHome.com.


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