Harriet B. Moor


Harriet B. (Koch) Moor, 97, of Glen Rock, NJ passed away on Monday, November 27, 2017.  Born and raised in New York City, she resided in Jackson Heights, NY and Hawley, PA before moving to Glen Rock ten years ago.  Harriet enjoyed summers in East Marion, Long Island, NY.

Prior to retiring, she was a secretary with the Law Offices of Arthur Anderman in Forest Hills, NY.

Beloved wife of the late Melchior Moor.  Loving and devoted mother of the late Lawrence Moor.  Cherished grandmother of Jessica, John and Dierdre.  Dear great-grandmother of Megan, Liam, Gavin, Shea, Liv and Paige.  She is predeceased by her sister-in-law and best friend Anne Peterson and 11 siblings.

All services were private.  Donations in memory of Harriet may be made to the Alzheimer’s Association, 225 N. Michigan Ave., Fl. 17, Chicago, IL 60601-7633 .

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I will always remember Aunt Harriet, Uncle Al, son Larry and also their dog "Itchy", especially from the times we visited them on Rabbit Lane, East Marion and also at their home in Jackson Heights. My dad, Louis Ralph Koch, was Harriet's older brother. I am happy Harriet lived to such a ripe old age and thank Jessica and family for the loving care they gave to her. Lois (Koch) Verbeek.
Lois Vebeek
I have great memories of Aunt Harriet growing up at 34-20 in Jackson Heights. We used to spend Christmas eve at her apartment and she would always help me shop at Fields department store for a Christmas present for my Father to give my mother. We would rent a house on Rabbit Lane in East Marion every summer and would have wonderful evenings playing pokeno at the big table in front of the window overlooking the bay at her house in East Marion. I will miss her but those wonderful memories will always be in my heart! Rest in peace Aunt Harriet, give Uncle Al and Larry a big hug for me...
Kathy O'Dea
Aunt Harriet...my fathers sister...The last of her generation. She was a wonderful lady. May she rest in the peace of the Lord.
Larry & Marie Koch
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