1957 – 2014

LEWISTON — Tommy Eli Moore, 56, a lifelong resident of North Jay, passed away with close family by his side on Saturday morning, May 17, at Central Maine Medical Center due to multiple health issues.

He was born in Lewiston on Nov. 7, 1957, to Henry Fredrick Moore and Ora Thera (Baud) Moore. He attended Jay High School, where he was very athletic, playing on its football, baseball and track and field teams. He enjoyed being an athlete and holds school track records to this day; he helped win the State Class C Championship for Jay High in 1977.

Tommy enjoyed fishing, hunting, guns, antique cars and fixing things. He loved spending his free time with what was most important to him — his family. Some of his favorites were weekend breakfasts with his youngest granddaughter, Ella, and teaching his older grandchildren, Brynn and Aydrian, about nature and how to fish.

He did many things in his life, such as being a volunteer firefighter in his youth, working many years as a millwright and metal fabricator, working at the old Bass Shoe in Wilton and at Gates Formed Fiber in Auburn, and most recently at Tex Tech Industries in North Monmouth. He enjoyed making things with his hands and loved the challenge of solving a problem. He was a well-loved, very intelligent man, whom will be greatly missed by all who knew him.

He is survived by his wife, Robyn (Fox) Moore, of North Jay; daughters, Ashden Moore and boyfriend, Michael Davis, of Wilton and Cassie Gravett and husband, Bryant, of Bend, Ore.; his twin sister, Tammy and brother-in-law, Harris Horne, of Litchfield; brother, Paul Moore, of Jay; stepsons, Matthew Wells of Lewiston, Josh Dakin and Sasha Gieseman of Jay and Joel Dakin and Alysha Brown of Columbus, Ohio; grandchildren, Ella Davis of Wilton and Brynn and Aydrian Dakin of Jay; nieces, Debra Horne of Vassalboro, Michelle McDonald, Sharon Cummings and Andrea Horne, all of Litchfield, and Bethany Moore of Jay; nephews, Zackary Moore and Nathaniel Moore of Jay; and his great-nephews and great-nieces.

He was predeceased by his parents and brothers, Chester and Leonard Moore.

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