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Glenn Gordon Moore

Glenn Gordon Moore

February 12, 1962 - February 3, 2020

These I can Promise <br /> I cannot promise you a life of sunshine; <br /> I cannot promise you riches, wealth, or gold; <br /> I cannot promise you an easy pathway <br /> That leads away from change or growing old. <br /> <br /> But I can promise all my heart's devotion; <br /> A smile to chase away your tears of sorrow. <br /> A love that's true and ever growing; <br /> A hand to hold in your's through each tomorrow. <br /> <br /> Mark Twain <br /> <br /> Glenn Gordon Moore born on February 12, 1962 in Quebec, Canada and entered eternal rest on February 3, 2020 in Murrieta, California. He was a beloved husband, father of one, step-father to four, grand father to nine, son, uncle, brother and friend to many. <br /> <br /> Glenn enjoyed spending time at the ocean with his beautiful wife, riding his motorcycle, and was a life-long LA Kings Fan. He was always the coach of the team, life of the party, and first person to help someone in need. <br /> <br /> Those who remember him know how deeply he loved those he cared about. We all will miss him dearly, but we know this is only a goodbye for now.

Services by
Murrieta Valley Funeral Home

24651 Washington Avenue, Murrieta,

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    David Guerra
    Glenn was only one of three that played both ways on our 10th grade team that’s how good the team was. We were six wins and zero losses playing against a team that had the identical record at that time they were called the Azuza chiefs we would travel to their field sometimes I pass by it and think about when every time I pass by it, because on the last play of the game we had a chance to win, with the ball on the goal line with a couple of inches to go we needed score a touchdown.Are awesome coach made a bad decision on this one because if we would’ve went behind Glenn on the offense of guard position we definitely would have one he was going to do it out all day long but since it didn’t happen and the quarterback went the other way and fumbled on the quarterback sneak. Glenn was very disturbedIt’s one of the few times I seen him cry uncontrollably he ran off to the bus and sat in there first of all the players and couldn’t believe they lost he gave his heart and soul to every game just like he gave everything to his family
    David Guerra Mar 06, 2020
    Glenny was a fierce competitor always a gamer, never did he take a play off. I'll never forget that about Glenn..
    When we were young you always wanted him on your team- he gave his best.
    "I Love You Glenny"..💔😥💔
    Anthony Callahan Feb 25, 2020