I extend my deepest sympathy to the Moore family. As a Vietnam Veteran and a son of Charlotte it was a source of pride to me to visit the most meaningful Vietnam Memorial I have ever visited to find that it was Ken Moore, a son of Charlotte, that was the driving force for the Vietnam Veterans of Americas effort to create and build that Memorial. That memorial recognizes the ultimate sacrifice made by young men from Monroe County High Schools. They answered the call and gave their lives for our country.
As Taps is played rest in peace Ken your mission has been accomplished, future generations will know of their sacrifice.
Ken will be missed greatly. His service to the Army would have been commendable enough for a good life. But his tireless decades of service to Veterans are what I was awed by. He displayed great love for Soldiers & Veterans, and his enthusiasm for helping was infectious. He accomplished great things and I can only hope those that saw his example try in some way to fill the void and carry on his mission. He served as a constant reminder to me that I can do more, and we're not done yet. Thank you Ken.
Sandy, I am so very sorry for your loss. Keep all the memories you have of Ken in better times, happy times, loving times. He was loved and admired by many. My love to you during this difficult time.
I'm so sorry about Ken Moore he was a great inspiration to me. TRRgB
My condolences to the Family and friends of Ken Moore.
I'm a fellow vet and Chapter 20 member of Ken.
I didn't know him well but valued his knowledge and assistance while acquiring disabilty compensation for Agent Orange symptoms. He was introduced to me by Tom Gleason also a Chapter 20 member. Sadly, Tom, also, has passed away (from "AO" symptoms). Living in Florida, I won't be able to physically pay my respects. Know that I've liked and respected Ken as a mentor, supporter and friend.
Respectfully, Clfton "Vandy" VanDerveer
Ken was a great man he was brother in law to my sister thats how we met he helped me through trying times.he will be missed by myself and the many veterans he helped. Rest in peace my friend and I hope to see you again someday on the the other side.
Hard to know what to say but im going to miss you alot. Our daily talks on the phone ill miss, joking around and your compassion for others. Im proud to be your son and friend. You are in gods hands now and forever with me in my life. Love ya pop
KEN WAS A LEADER AND A GREAT MAN AND PRESIDENT OF CH 20 HE WAS ONE OF THE "GOOD GUYS"
Ken's passing is a huge loss to the veteran community. As a Vietnam Veteran my self, I appreciate all that he did for our veterans. My condolences to the family
Great Guy Always a Veterans Advocate. He was the Veterans service rep for Heather Renee French the former Miss Kentucky and former Miss America.
Sincere condolences to the family members of Ken Moore. I knew Ken for many years from when I helped deliver Chapter 20 holiday baskets to those in need to when I worked at the VA. He always took the time to talk with me and called me kid. May his memory be for a blessing -- I know it will.
I remember my dear friend, Ken Moore from Vietnam, and more recently from our D-Troop reunions each year. He was a true American hero, and for many Vietnam Veterans he was their support and help, given unselfishly over the years. There can be no greater gift than that of giving one's time and energy to help others without expecting anything in return. That was the Ken I knew. Rest in Peace my friend and fellow Trooper.
You are missed but NEVER forgotten my friend. God bless you and rest in the hands of God. Thank you for your service to our country. Bill Fuhrmann, Ride Captain Patriot Guard Riders of N.Y. Region 2.
Our sincere condolences to all of Ken's loved ones. Ken worked at the Marriott Hotel in Greece many years ago and had a positive impact on the lives of many associates. Sandy was also a part of our Marriott Family for for almost 38 years so we had the good fortune to see Ken often at events. He was such a giving and warm person who took interest in all people that he met. We are so saddened to hear of his passing. Our hearts go out to Sandy and want her to know she is in our thoughts and prayers.
With deepest sympathy from your American Legion brothers.
I am so sorry for your loss and I will keep your family in my prayers
ken a caring kind of guy, he would make you laugh, till you cried, he would share smiles, hand shake and his heart. that's just with a long distance friend, if in his company everyday must have been awesome. thinking of you sandy and rest of my Rochester family, les
My sympathies to Ken's family. He was a remarkable person. I'm proud to have known him.
Ken and I served together in the 98th Division as instructors. Being the new guy in the unit, Ken made it a point to introduce himself and take me around and introduce me to the rest of the unit. Whenever we met afterwards he would stop and talk to make sure everything was OK. I missed his mentoring as we went our separate ways in the reserves. I would periodically see him at Veteran’s Day or Memorial Day and we would talk as if no time had elapsed. I will miss those conversations with my friend Ken. RIP Ken, your mission is accomplished. (Hand Salute)
Ken was a great friend, met him at the NY Council meetings. Prayers to the family. RIP Ken you will be missed.
Ken brought so much into this world. His love and devotion to family and friends. His respect and honor to all veterans. We will miss our dear friend, RIP
I was floored by the news of Ken's passing. I served with him in the Army Reserve . He personally helped me through several problems I had with the VA and through the mountains of paperwork to identify as a disabled veteran. Most importantly, Ken helped me through an emotional crisis when my military career seemed in jeopardy. All was lost except for the support of Ken and the Vietnam veterans from chapter 20. I will be forever grateful. I shall miss you brother. Godspeed.