Walter Gregory Moore
 
  ??? ?? 1952 - May 4, 2016

 

Walter Greg Moore, 63, formerly of Rome, died Wednesday, May 4, 2016, at home in Syracuse. Greg was a graduate of Rome Free Academy where he was captain of the track team and excelled in the events he participated, he was also a graduate of MVCC.

Walter is survived by his mother, Shirley Morehand; sons, Jesse Moore and Verryl Bryant; brother, Jim Morehand; sister, Dawn (David, Sr.) Parker; several grandchildren, nieces and nephews.

A calling hour will be from 10 to 11 a.m. on Thursday with services to follow immediately at Ballweg & Lunsford Funeral Home, Inc., 4612 S. Salina St., Syracuse.

To express sympathy please visit www.ballweg-lunsford.com.

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I knew Greg Moore in 7th and 8th grade at Staley, and hung out with him on Garden Street with Tom Tagliaferri and Wesley Richardson. Greg was a friendly guy, and had an unmistakable "machine gun" laugh. I didnít know him well, but it still hurts to know heís passed. 

 

In one sense, we are the sum of all the people in our lives. It feels like I just lost a little piece of myself. 

 

Rest in peace, Gregory

 - Phil Domenico
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I remember Gregory too, friendly, funny, all good. As Phil said rest in peace Greg - Diane Bartolotti
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Oh my I can't believe this. I grew up with his family. Our mothers were best friends. So many of our classmates gone so soon. This is so sad. - Saneen Armstrong
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Gregory, you made me split a gut with your impression of Wesley Richardson's dad back in 1965 in Mr. Spelicy's homeroom.  Wish we had reconnected throughout the years. - Dennis Parrish
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Greg was part of my neighborhood "gang" before he changed his name from Greg Manley to Greg Moore. He and Wesley Richardson were always hanging out with those of us on Roosevelt Ave/Garden Street. Gone too soon. - Joe Mercurio

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Greg was in Mr Bielec's 11th grade home room with me.  We ended up in the same dorm at MVCC, and went to pro-wrestling at the Utica War Memorial.  It cost $2 which was cheaper than the movies.  Sure, it was staged but you could boo and swear and throw empty beer cups.  Jenny was 15 cents a cup. - Steve Miroy





















































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