Arnet W. Moore, 48

Arnet W. Moore, 48, of, Glenkirk Rd New Galilee (New Beaver Boro) died on  Friday, February 8, 2013 at his home, surrounded by his loving family, following an extended battle with cancer.

Born January 14, 1965 in Los Angeles , CA,  he was the son of William E. Moore (New Beaver Boro) and the late Araminta Weir Moore .

He worked as a sales rep selling industrial supplies for the Granger Co.

Survivors also include a daughter, Cassandra  Moore of Albuquerque, NM; two sons, Marine Cpl. Arnet W Moore Jr. of San Diego, CA, Logan E Moore of Alburquerque, NM; and one sister, Jan Marie (James) Hannah of Glenford, OH.

He was preceded in death by his mother.

At his request there will be no services.

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6 thoughts on “Arnet W. Moore, 48

  1. We will never forget you, Arnet. You will forever be remembered as a great man with a captivating personality. You walked through life without any fear and always had a positive outlook. You were always sure to talk about your love for your family no matter how far away they may have been. We will all have a memory of you in our hearts that will last a lifetime. Thanks for being such a great person to all of us. Until we meet again, we will miss you dearly.

  2. Arnet was a great guy to work with! He always brought a smile and a kind heart to work… We all enjoyed being around him and he had a great sense of humor. He was hard working and very helpful to his fellow employees and his loyal customers. We have missed him recently because of this illness and are sad to hear of his passing. Our thoughts and prayers go out to his friends and family. May God bless them during this time.

  3. With an infectious laugh and an unceasing positive attitude, Arnet was one of my favorite co-workers since he came to Grainger in Canton, Ohio in 1990. He possessed “the Gift of Gab”, making long term friends of both customers and co-workers. My nickname for him was the “bloodhound”, as he had an incredible intuition for uncovering business opportunities. I will miss him greatly, and wish to extend my sincere condolences to his loved ones and friends.

  4. Arnet loved playing pranks and having a good time. I remember a company picnic when his kids were young and they had the best time running around laughing & throwing water balls at each other. He was alway so full of life. He will be missed by many.
    Rest in peace Arnie.

  5. Arnet, You always gave a smile and had that incredible sense of knowing when someone needed a laugh or pick- me- up with a bad joke. It was a pleasure working with you and an honor to know you. May you have peace.

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