George C. (Zahn) Moore

George C (Zahn) Moore - Rochester Cremation

George C. (Zahn) Moore, 73, on 12/24/21 of congestive heart failure. Predeceased by his biological father George R. Zahn, parents Robert & Frances Moore, son Joshua C Moore and grandson Joshua C Moore II.

Survived by his wife of 53 years Jean, son Liam Z Moore, grandchildren Nicholas, Clairissa, Isabella, Zachary and Landon Moore.  Siblings Connie (Alan), Fran (Brandon), Terry (Melissa), Roberta, Sheila (Craig), and Nancy (Mike);  Nieces Jennifer, Nicole, Brianna, Evyn, Caela, Mary, Colleen, Shevaun, Miriam, Tabitha and Therese  Nephews Ben, Aaron, Sam, Toby and Thomas Great nieces and nephews Olive, Ilia, Cierra, Mellody, Jett, Elliot, Jacob and Noah;  Sister and brother-in-law Karen and Richard Kieran and many other family members and friends.

George was born in Brooklyn, NY and grew up in Victor and graduated from Victor High in 1966. He attended MCC and joined the Navy in 1968 where he served aboard the USS FDR from 68-71. After discharge he began a 4 year apprenticeship with UA Local #13 and was a 50 year member. He retired to spend his summers boating, fishing and relaxing on Pt. Peninsula at the family cottage.

George was a brother, husband, father, grandfather, union pipe fitter & welder, Navy veteran and friend to many. He loved to cook and have a good time!

6 Condolences

  1. Jennifer on January 14, 2022 at 1:56 pm

    I have many great childhood memories of Uncle George. He always had a soft spot for children. I remember calling him “Great Uncle George” with Jacob and he said to Jake, “That’s Mr. Great Uncle George to you!” with a big grin. And so he was always Mr Great Uncle George in our house from then on. ❤️

  2. Karen on January 14, 2022 at 3:25 pm

    George was a schoolmate of my husband, Richard. We four double dated many, many times. My sister Jean, George, and Richard took trips to see me at SUNY Oswego College where we had fun and even flew kites! We got married within months of each other and then had our firstborn children within months of each other. We spent many weekends at the cottage on Chaumont Bay. I do have great memories of all those years. R.I.P. George

  3. Donna J Bater on January 15, 2022 at 7:46 pm

    So sorry for your loss Jean and family.

  4. Paul and Kathy Scheible on January 15, 2022 at 8:24 pm

    We recall how much George loved being at the cottage. Didn’t matter the weather or how cold it was, he always enjoyed it. RIP George.

    So sorry for your loss Jean. You’re all in our thoughts and prayers.

  5. John and Dorothy Skye on January 17, 2022 at 5:11 pm

    Our hearts are broken for you and your children. Know that we are here for you and that you are loved beyond measure!

  6. Gene Garvey on February 1, 2022 at 12:05 pm

    Sorry to see the news of Georges passing we were friends at work and after work for 50 years we were in the same apprenticeship class at local 13 sorry for your loss Jean R.I.P. George

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