The legendary Chandler “Chuck” Nathan Moore, of Moscow, Maine, after battling a tumor and cancer, set off for the great hunt on Wednesday, April 5, 2023. With his family at his side, surrounded with love, he disappeared into the woods on the trail of the biggest buck he’d ever seen.
Chandler was born on December 3, 1968, the son of Keith N. Moore, and Luana Clukey.
Chandler was easy going, and enjoyed the simple things in life. He was loved by all who knew him. He believed in treating people as you would want to be treated, and to always help others. He enjoyed singing karaoke, hanging with friends at the Stonewall Cafe, scratch tickets, fishing, hunting, and wandering around deadwater and bald mountain. Most of all, Chandler loved his family, of which his greatest loves were his two sons, Sinjun and Keenan, and his granddaughter Serenity. They lit up his world and filled his heart with joy with every smile and laugh. Chandler left an imprint on all he came in contact with and will forever live on in our hearts.
Chandler is survived by his father, Keith N. Moore, mother, Luana Clukey, step-father, Ralph E. Clukey, brother, Keith J. Moore, sister, Joana Clukey, sister, Renee Rush and brother-in-law Andre, sister, Christa Johnson and brother-in-law Robert, son, Sinjun Belanger and granddaughter Serenity Gehrke, son Keenan Belanger, niece Brandy Flagg and nephews, Sarek Paine, Hunter Moore, Noah Nadeau, Tyler Johnson, Bentley Coolidge-Johnson, many wonderful Aunts, Uncles, cousins and the most amazing, crazy, loyal friends anyone could ask for.
Chandler is predeceased by his grandparents, Tim and Jean Moore of Moscow, and Jule and Phyllis Quirion of Jackman and his nephew Shane Doyle.
No service is planned at this time, however, this spring, the iconic Stonewall Cafe will open in honor of Chandler.
We want to thank our community, friends, and family for the overwhelming love and support during this time. Chandler felt the love and truly enjoyed spending time with each and every one of you.
In lieu of anything, buy a fishing/hunting license, take a walk in the woods, sit by a campfire, sing karaoke, and spend as much time as you can with the people you love. Remember where you came from, be a good person, help others, and above all, Always Stay Humble and Kind.
Arrangements are under the care and direction of Giberson Funeral Home and Cremation Services. To leave a condolence for the family and to view the online obituary, please visit www.gibersonfuneralhome.com
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