Josephine del Rosario Moore

Josephine del Rosario Moore

May 01, 1958 - February 16, 2009

Josephine del Rosario Moore

May 01, 1958 - February 16, 2009


Josephine del Rosario Moore of Irvine, a native of the Philippines and a resident of Southern California for 28 years, passed away on February 16. Josie graduated from the University of Santo Tomas, Manila, with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree. Although she followed a career in accounting, she continued her love of the arts and enjoyed painting. She is survived by her husband Richard Moore, mother Mercedes del Rosario, sisters Angie Almuete, Charie del Rosario, Carol Montes, Ma. Mercedes del Rosario, and brother Jun del Rosario. Memorial service at St. John Neumann Catholic Church in Irvine, Friday Feb. 27 at 10:00 AM. Memorial donations may be made to the Cancer Research Institute or the American Stroke Association.

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70 responses to Josephine del Rosario Moore

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  1. To Del Rosario & Moore Family,

    Me and my family our deepest condolence.


  2. Bayani says:

    I will miss my monthly chat/phone call with my fellow artist and kababayan Josie.

  3. My deepest condolences to the family of Josie specially to Richard & mommy.
    I am so blessed to be given the opportunity to share happy moments with Josie during our class reunions. I was with Josie last April 2008, at her home in Irvine & the two of us drove to Telly’s home for our mini reunion. She is fun to be with. “Dahling” as she fondly called us. It made us feel a family to her. Josie, our “best dressed” classmate, your name means a woman with “class” & “finesse”, we will miss you….you will always be loved.

  4. Richard,
    I know how much you loved Josie. We all did and we will all miss her dearly. She was a wonderful person, a wonderful wife, a wonderful aunt, and a wonderful sister-in-law. My prayer is that you will find comfort in the open arms of the Lord during this time. We love you dearly,
    Billy and Holly and kids.

  5. Richard and Family,

    Words just don’t seem to capture Pam and mines feelings. Josie will be missed by us all. I hope you can find some solace in knowing that though she is gone she will live on in our memories.


    Brian, Pam and Ashley

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