Mary Susan Moore (Molly)

Rochester Cremation - Simple Cremation

Rochester, NY: January 20, 2021 at age 76.

Molly is predeceased by her parents, Bernard W. Moore and Eleanore L. Moore. Survived by her sister, Christine Moore Dettman (Robin Dettman), niece Katie Dettman (Andy Dettman) of Eugene, Oregon, nephew Andy Dettman (Carey O’Brien) of Brooklyn, NY and feline companion Jake.

She was a retired elementary school teacher who loved classical music, quilting and sewing, all animals and every child she ever met.

There will be no service or calling hours at her request. A celebration of Molly’s life will be held at a later date when it is safe to gather. Memorial donations can be made to the Irondequoit Public Library, 1290 Titus Ave., Rochester, NY 14617.

4 Condolences

  1. Barbara Welch on January 28, 2021 at 10:37 am

    Dear Christine and family,
    So sorry for your loss of Molly . I met Molly in 1967
    When I graduated nursing school . Lynn Poirier introduced
    Us and the 3 of us became great friends . Having the fun single life at Marges on the lake . I married in 1969 and Molly was one of my bridesmaids. I moved to Ga soon after and visited
    Her when I was in Rochester. I will truly miss this wonderful
    Kind woman that I was blessed to have in my life . RIP
    Dear friend. Forever in my heart . Love , Barbara Welch

  2. Laurie Hughes and family on January 29, 2021 at 2:08 pm

    To all of Molly’s family and friends.
    She will be missed so much. Molly touched all of us in her loving and caring ways. Our thoughts go out to everyone who knew her. She will always live on in our memories.

  3. Linda Dewhirst on January 29, 2021 at 7:47 pm

    Dear Chris, Family, and Friends,
    Sending sincere sympathy on the passing of Molly. She was a woman of many talents who has touched the lives of so many. Like so many, I will miss Molly and hold dear our memories.
    Rest in a peace, dear Molly.

  4. Marilyn Bonadio on January 29, 2021 at 8:55 pm

    Molly was the first one to welcome me to Audubon Trail when I moved here twelve years ago. She always knew what was going on with the neighbors and we enjoyed many good talks together. We shared a love of books and enjoyed trading and discussing the latest good “reads”. When she housed her exchange student Sara last year we also marveled at her commitment. Later in the year Sara moved to my daughter’s house in Fairport, and we all had a fun Christmas gathering last year, Molly included. We celebrated Sara’s sixteenth birthday together at a lovely restaurant and Chris joined us. Many good memories ! I will truly miss her.

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