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Paul Moore

Paul David Moore

Tuesday, May 29th, 1956 - Thursday, February 25th, 2021
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Levant - Paul D. Moore, 64, passed away peacefully at home on February 25, 2021. He and his wife, Rhonda (Stein) Moore, shared 37 years of marriage together.

He was born May 29, 1956, in Philippi, West Virginia, the son of David S. and Jacqueline (Carroll) Moore. He is survived by this son, Gregory Leonard Moore of Tampa, Florida, and his daughter, Sarah Virginia (Stein) Cummings and her husband, Randy, of Waterville, Maine.

Paul's passions in life were his wife and anything aviation-related. He started a car painting business early in his career which led him to painting airplanes. He is revered as a leading expert in the aviation paint industry. He enjoyed family vacations, riding motorcycles, and flying RC planes.

The family invites relatives and friends to share conversation and refreshments 6-8 p.m. Wednesday, March 3, 2021, at the Family Reception Center of Brookings-Smith, 163 Center St., Bangor. Please be mindful of others by practicing social distancing, wearing a face covering, and that staff will be conducting contact tracing. The family requests dress to be casual. Those wishing to remember Paul in a special way may make gifts in his memory to the Good Shepherd Food Bank, PO Box 1807, Auburn, ME 04211-1807.
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    Wednesday, March 3rd, 2021 | 6:00pm - 8:00pm
    Wednesday, March 3rd, 2021 6:00pm - 8:00pm
    Family Reception Center of Brookings-Smith
    163 Center Street
    BANGOR, ME 04401
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Gary Ainsworth

Posted at 09:02am
Paul taught me everything he could over a 2 year period at Page Avjet in Orlando Florida back in 1988. He moved into a Management roll and I was promoted into his position. If it wasn't for Paul my 33 Year Career in the Aircraft Painting Industry may not have happened. May God Bless Him and His Family for what he has done for Me and My Family.

H.t. Moore

Posted at 04:31pm
I know we had our differences, but you will always be an inspiration to me. You taught me how to drive a stick. You got me started in auto mechanics. You were the first of us to leave home, and make it on your own. By your actions, you taught me so much I cannot repay. I love you, brother. Hugh

Sylvia J Miholovich

Posted at 03:03pm
I met Paul at the C&L Christmas party when he was a new hire. I remember thinking that Paul looked like he would rather be home in his recliner chair that sitting through the party. After meeting Rhonda and seeing them together, then I knew why he looked like he would rather be home, Rhonda was not with him! I did not get a chance to see Paul very often, but when I did, it was like being with a true friend. He enjoyed flying RC planes and got my husband back into the hobby. How many times did they have to go mow that flying field??!! I think it was more friendship and planes than really needing to mow the field again. Paul's stories, laugh and smile will be missed. Rhonda, I hope all the stories, memories and pictures shared with you and your family will help comfort you today, tomorrow and in the difficult weeks to come. Somewhere down the road, through the many tears, I hope the pictures and stories will turn into cherished memories and bring a smile to your face. Sending a virtual hug to you Rhonda. Our thoughts and prayers are with you, Sylvia

Deborah Verrill

Posted at 10:42am
I worked with Paul during his years at C&L. When I first met him I thought he was gruff and tough...good acting on his part. It wasn't long before his soft side shown thru-especially when he talked of his dear Rhonda. She and I served on a volunteer committee together and whenever I would ask how she was doing, he always had a special sparkle in his eye as he spoke of her. My favorite picture memory is one of him I actually never saw. The image came up in conversation one day when I was delivering some paint to his hangar. I have long hair and this particular day the wind blew me in the door whipping my hair around my head and covering my face. When I said I envied his short hair neatly tucked under his baseball cap, he laughed heartily and told me "back in the day" his hair was longer than mine and it used to fly out behind him when he road his motorcycle. The combined image is one I'll hold in my memory-his love for his wife shining thru his eyes and his long hair flying out behind him as he rides carefree into the sunset. Prayers for comfort and strength for you and your family Rhonda. Deb Verrill

Derek Laney

Posted at 09:04am
I met Paul in 2012 when he moved to Maine to paint aircraft in the Bangor area. He was passionate about aviation and about painting. He already had an excellent reputation in the aviation industry based on his hard work over the years. He has painted numerous aircraft that have ended up all over the world. He did love his RC aircraft. I remember him showing me a picture several years ago of one that he had built but not flown yet. One of my favorite pictures of him is work related in which he had a paint brush, easel and I believe he was wearing a beret with an aircraft in the background. He will be missed. Not only in the Bangor area but also other parts of the world.

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