8/13/2018 – Penny E. Moore, Clayton

8/13/2018 – Penny E. Moore, Clayton

Mrs. Penny E. Moore, 66, went home to be with the lord, Saturday, August 11th, at her home, after a long battle with Kidney Disease. At her request there will be no funeral services.

Penny was born November 24th, 1951, in Niagara Falls, one of ten children to Bernard and Evelyn Jordan Peters. She graduated from Wilson High School.

On March 29th, 1969, she married Robert Moore at the Ransomville Methodist Church.

Penny worked at various jobs in the area including waitressing at the former Lyjack’s Restaurant and Foxy’s Restaurant. She worked for a time in the school cafeterias, but mainly she was a home maker.

She enjoyed going to sporting events that her grandchildren participated in.

Surviving besides her husband Bob, is her mother Evelyn, of Youngstown. She was a loving mother of Robert (Robyn) Moore Jr. and Jeffrey (Tabatha) Moore, both of Randsomville, Brian (Enid) of LaFargeville, daughter Amanda (Lauren) Moore of Buffalo. Loving grandmother of Heather, Tyler, Christopher, Ralph, Henry, Daniel, Cody, and Samantha. Great Grandmother to Jacob, Caleb, MaKenna, and Ella. Nieces and nephews.

Donations can be made in her name to the National Kidney Foundation, 1344 University Avenue Suite 270, Rochester, NY 14607.


  1. Donna Taylor Posted

    So sorry to hear of the passing of Penny, she was a super lady, a great Mom and friend to so many. I Loved to hear her laugh. Sending prayers to all that Loved her.

  2. Cindy Hazelton Posted

    Penny was a great friend for years. She loved her family.
    She was fun to work with. We will miss her greatly.

  3. Leslie Varner Posted

    Amanda , sending my condolences to you and your family. I didn’t know your mother but you were a great babysitter for my boys one summer a long time ago. The Frickman boys. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

  4. Sue Kulak Posted

    To my sister Penny, you fought a long hard battle and now you get to rest in God’s presence. I know you will continue to watch over your family from Heaven just know that you can be proud of each one of them, you and Burch did a great job raising them. I love you and miss you but take comfort in knowing that we will meet again.

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