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Leonard M. Moore, Jr.

December 21, 1942 - April 11, 2020
Baltimore, Maryland

Leonard M. Moore, Jr.

December 21, 1942 - April 11, 2020
Baltimore, Maryland

Obituary

Leonard M. Moore, Jr. lives in Baltimore, Maryland, passed away at the age of 77.
Born on December 21, 1942 and passed away on April 11, 2020.

Visitation

  • Date & Time: Apr 24, 2020 (9:30 AM - no time)
  • Venue: Nicodemus Baptist Church
  • Location: 1300 w. franklin street Baltimore, MD 21223 - (Get Directions)

Celebration of Life

  • Date & Time: Apr 24, 2020 (10:30 AM - no time)
  • Venue: Nicodemus Baptist Church
  • Location: 1300 w. franklin street Baltimore, MD 21223 - (Get Directions)

Interment with Military Honors

  • Date & Time: Apr 24, 2020 (no time - no time)
  • Venue: Garrison Forest Veterans Cemetery
  • Location: 11501 garrison forest road Ownings mills, MD 2111 - (Get Directions)

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5 responses to Leonard M. Moore, Jr.

  1. Marie Turner says:

    I have known Lenny for over 40 years we worked together and had fun together. He was a wonderful friend and I will miss him so much. I am praying for the family and I am so very sorry for their loss. Rest in peace my dear friend.

  2. Lisa Thomas says:

    Grandpa,

    You will always be in my heart. I can still hear your voice and you telling me to get off the phone when I came through the door. I have so many memories…”get your elbows off the table,” and “don’t talk with your mouth full.” You taught me so much and those are the things I will never forget. Grandpa, I will always love you. Rest in Heavenly Peace. <3 <3

    Love,

    Lisa

  3. Dory Soss says:

    Lenny was the Director of both the Baltimore and D.C. District offices of the U.S. Department of Labor, OSHA, Region III, when I began working with him and his staffs, spring 1997. He was dedicated to the cause of the agency and also well-respected by both government and private sector employers and employees.

    But beyond that, Lenny was a decent man and those of us who had the opportunity to work with him will forever cherish his guidance and leadership. May he rest in peace.

    Our heartfelt condolences to his family,
    Dory & Vince Soss

  4. David Miller says:

    I’ve known Lenny since 1979. Hr was a great friend. He will always be in my mind and my heart.

  5. I worked with Lenny as an OSHA compliance officer from 1991 until he retired. Lenny was my boss. I often got my self in minor scrapes in those early years and Lenny would show me my faults, demand performance, but he also cared about me. He was kind. He was always cheerful, optimistic and could take a joke! I considered Lenny to be my friend and I loved him for standing up for me and the staff at our office. We were all like a family that helped each other and we became that way in no small part from his example and guidance. He truly shaped all of our lives and my life is better for having known him.

    In the days that have passed since he retired, I think back on how things used to be compared to how they are now. I remember him sitting with Dave in his lawn chair outside in the sun, walking in is stocking feet around the office and insisting that I keep the copier lid closed (for some reason, a big thing to him) and Budweiser Tall Boys. The office was loud and happy. It was like home. I know now how lucky I was to have Lenny in my life. God bless you, Felonious Monk.

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