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

  1. Josie. A lovely, sweet, mild-mannered young lady, who became a big part of our family when she married my son, Richard. There’s a song in my heart whenever I recall
    the precious memories I have of Josie.
    Richard, I’m so thankful that God had such a beautiful plan to put her not only into your life but into ours as well. I know you took wonderful care of each other, for I witnessed that. Our loved ones leave the world, but never our hearts. We do miss you, Josie, but you’re still with us in many ways.

  2. Cathy Moser says:

    Dear Richard and Josie’s Family. Our hearts go out to you.

    Now is the shining fabric of our day
    Torn open, flung apart, rent wide
    by love.
    Never again the tight, enclosing
    The Blue Bowl or the star-illumened
    We are laid open to Infinity
    For Easter love has burst his tomb
    and ours.
    Now nothing shelters us from God’s
    Not flesh, not sky, not stars not
    even sin.
    Now glory waits, so he can enter in.
    Now does the dance begin.
    Elizabeth Rooney
    Love & Peace, Cathy & Mike Moser,

  3. Richard,
    We will truly miss Josie. What a beautiful, thoughtful and radiant woman. It was a pleasure to have known her and to share the same family. We love you very much.
    Cousins John & Terri

  4. We are so very sorry for your loss. We met Josie when we were in California 10 years ago. Josie and Mike used to work for Duke/Fluor Daniel in Irvine & Aliso Viejo, CA. She was a wonderful friend to us and her smile always made us very happy. She made a surprise baby shower’s party for me at their office and it was wonderful. She comforted us when we lost our daughter 4 years ago. She was a kind person and an amazing woman and she will always be in our hearts.

  5. It was nice meeting you, we could still picture the laughter we had in Leny & Phil”s wedding in Arizona. You are in a better place now ;we know you are at peace with our LORD , no more pain or suffering. We wil pray for the repose of your soul. OUr heartfelt condolence to your family , esp. Richard your husband & your mom.Take care.

    Jun & Josie Romero Montreal, Canada

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