Lawrence Moore
Wednesday
26
January

Funeral Services

11:00 am
Wednesday, January 26, 2022
United Church of Christ Congregational
6 Lexington St.
Burlington, Massachusetts, United States
Wednesday
26
January

Burial

12:00 pm
Wednesday, January 26, 2022
Pine Haven Cemetery
Bedford Street
Burlington, Massachusetts, United States

Obituary of Lawrence George Moore

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Lawrence George Moore passed away at the Aberjona Nursing Home in Winchester, following a brief illness, on Friday, January 21, 2022. The beloved husband of the late Betty Ann (Munson) he was 96 years old.

Lawrence was born and raised in Farmington, ME.  He was the son of the late Roland and Isabel Moore.  His mom passed away at a young age and when his dad remarried the family relocated to Portland, Maine for employment purposes.  It was through his stepsister that he would meet his future wife, Betty Ann Munson.  They married when Betty was just 17 and Lawrence was 21.  The briefly lived in Boston and in 1955, after having their first two children, they moved to Burlington purchasing a home on Lantern Lane.     Lantern Lane was a wonderful neighborhood to grow up with the neighbors being like families to each other.   

Lawrence was an awesome husband and father.  It wasn’t about the monetary things in life for his family, instead he made sure that his children had fulfilled and fun childhoods.  There was a tree house in the back yardalong with a firepit, skating rink and go-carts.  The yard was filled with animals as well.  His daughters each had their own horse, in addition to rabbits and pigeons.  They took many camping trips with family and neighbors.  Many wonderful memories were made for the Moore family at their home!

Lawrence worked for Southworth Machines of Portland, Maine for three years and then worked for Symmons Industries of Braintree as a machinist for 56 years. He retired in 2021.  Lawrence worked hard to provide for his family and always had a second job including his own small machine shop in Burlington.    Lawrence was a handy man.  He took plumbing and electrical courses. He built his own jeep from scratch and proudly drove it in the Burlington July 4th Parade.

Betty and Lawrence had a wonderful marriage. They enjoyed square dancing.   During their retirement years they enjoyed taking their motor home cross country.  They visited Disney World, but their most memorable trip was to Nashville, visiting the Grand Ole Opry and hearing Johnny Cash sing!  Living such a full and active life gave Lawrence the ability to live independently up until the last few weeks of his life at the age of 96.  

Lawrence was the beloved husband of the late Betty Ann (Munson) Loving father of Dennis of NC, Barbara Nunes & her significant other Lou Ingegneri of Burlington, Gail Fay & her husband Al of Burlington and David of Burlington.  Proud grandfather of Michelle Whalen, John Whalen & his wife Raeann, Arron Nunes, Derek Nunes, Jenn Fay Macleod & her husband Tom, Randall Fay & his wife Sarah, Diana Johnson, Erica Diagnealt & her husband Tim, Brian Moore & his wife Madison, Jessica O’Neil & her husband Bryan, Nicole Thomas & her husband Phillip, Caitlin Sango & her husband Davis, McKenna Moore and Brook Moore. Great grandfather of 11.  Funeral Services will be held at the United Church of Christ Congregational, 6 Lexington St. Burlington on Wednesday, Jan. 26 at 11 a.m.  Relatives & friends respectfully invited to attend.   Masks and social  distancing will be required at the church.  Burial to follow in Pine Haven Cemetery Burlington.  '

In lieu of flowers, memorials in Lawrence’s name may be made to your local animal shelter.   

 

 

 

 

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