IN MEMORY: Patrick Allen Moore 1934-2020

Patrick Allen Moore 1934-2020

Patrick Allen Moore was born to Vernon and Hazel Moore in Everett, Washington on July 13, 1934. He was the only son in the family and grew up with three sisters.
After high school, he was a hard worker at a turkey farm and later worked as a pipe fitter for the Simpson Lee Paper Company. During this time, he was married and had three children; Teri, Valerie and Shawn.

In 1967 he moved to Chewelah and bought a dairy farm that he owned and operated. In 1971, he met the love of his life, Alice, and they were married on June 4 of that year. Together they switched from dairy to beef cattle and worked side-by-side on the farm. Not only was he a devoted farmer, but he was also a salesman for Ford Motor Sales. He worked in Chewelah for Clarks, Tom Addis, Frank Davis and Ken Hall Ford Dealerships. He went onto sell farm equipment for Laduke and Fogle.




He loved to camp, fish and hunt and shared many exciting adventures with special friend Don Moskeland. He also loved having a dog ride shotgun in his pickup truck.
Pat passed away with his wife at bedside holding his hand on April 4, 2020. He is survived by: his wife Alice Moore of nearly 49 years; children Teri (Rick) Jenkins, Valerie (Dave) Quillin, Shawn Moore and stepson Dennis (Tammy) Huguenin; sisters Doradea Rispalje and Mary (Pete) Kummerfeldt; in-laws Alva (Pete) Perryman; grandchildren Kelly, Ryan, Jenny, Josh, Jason, Tyler, Amanda, Daniel, Kyle, AJ, Jordan, Josie, Julie, Gunnar and 8 great-grandchildren as well as many nieces and nephews and beloved dog Missy; dear friends Ron & Ann Kummerfeldt and Don & Sharon Moskeland.

He is preceded in death by his parents, stepson Donald Huguenin and sister Suzie Rausch.

A memorial will be held at a later date.

The family would love to express their sincere gratitude to Danekas Funeral Chapel, Providence St Joseph’s Hospital staff and Dr. Boone for the exceptional care they provided.