Megan E. Moore RitesDecember 20,2013
Megan E. Moore RitesMegan E. Moore Rites
Funeral services for Megan Elizabeth Moore, 51, of Rutland, who died December 14, 2013, were held Wednesday, December 18, 2013, at 11 a.m. at Christ the King Church.
Officiating was the Rev. Justin Baker, pastor. Concelebrant was the Rev. Thomas V. Mattison, pastor of St. Paulís Church in Manchester.
Burial followed in Evergreen Cemetery, with the Rev. Baker reading the prayers of the burial service.
William Gower Johnson was the organist.
Brytani Munukka was the vocalist.
Remembrance remarks were offered by Meganís daughter, Rory Belle Carrara with support friends, Kristen Elliott and Alisa Lukaskiewicz.
Altar servers, friends of Rory and students at Christ the King School were, Angelina Tommola, Janel Bove, Isabella Gides and Marguerite Schillinger. Program servers were Logan Fuller and Kazandra Griffin of Christ the King School.
Readers were Christopher Reedy, a nephew and Alexandra Reedy, a niece.
Presentation of the gifts were nieces, Katherine Moore, Sophia Moore-Smith and Gabriella Sicard.
Pallbearers were Kevin Smith, her brother, Robert J. Moore and sisters, Karen Moore, Melanie Reedy and Melissa Sicard.
Honorary bearers were Janice Moore, Robert C. Moore, Katherine Moore, Christopher Reedy, Alexandra Reedy, Sophia Moore-Smith, Rory Belle Carrara and Gabriella Sicard.
Prayer services were held Tuesday evening at Clifford Funeral Home by the Rev. Justin Baker.
Contributions may be made to Rutland County Humane Society.
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