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“So sorry to hear this. I was just recently thinking about you, Mary Ellen, and your home on the river. Also of skating on the bog - your Dad was...Read More »
1 of 7 | Posted by: Marcia Armstrong/Kimpton - ME

“Maryellen, I'm so sorry for your loss. Please be assured of my prayers. Love Peg Francis ”
2 of 7 | Posted by: A friend

“Dear Mary Ellen and Family,Your Dad was the salt of the earth. So many great stories and I do believe most of them were true!Sending our love and...Read More »
3 of 7 | Posted by: Lee and Don Matinzi

4 of 7 | Posted by: paul stafford - micco fla, FL

“My prayers are with you and your family. ”
5 of 7 | Posted by: Mary turini Melchionno - Plymouth, MA

“Maryellen. So sorry to read about your dad. ”
6 of 7 | Posted by: Donna and Mal Robischeau - MA

“Dear Steve, Nancy, and Family,We regret to learn of Great-Grandpa Moon's passing. But rejoice with you that he has reached his eternal home...Read More »
7 of 7 | Posted by: Mr. and Mrs. Charles B Browne, III - NC

Frederick Seymour Moon passed away peacefully on Tuesday, March 6, 2018 at age 99 years at Life Care Center of Plymouth. Born in Plymouth on May 31, 1918 and educated in the Plymouth Schools. He was the devoted husband of the late Helen Mae (Swift) Moon. He was the son of the late Frederick and Aldyth (Hadaway) Moon and brother to the late George Moon. Beloved father of Mary-Ellen Guidaboni and Nancy Radcliffe and her husband Stephen all of Plymouth, and the late Louise Strickland of Berkley. He was blessed with eight grandchildren and eight great grandchildren, many nieces and nephews, dear friends and caring neighbors. Fred lived his entire life in Plymouth on River Street in Chiltonville. The close-knit community and land was very dear to his heart. Living on the banks of the Eel River gave him so much pleasure watching all the wildlife and in his younger years enjoying the water activities; skating, ice fishing, row boat rides and leisurely canoeing with his wife or grandchild up river. He loved all animals and birds and always had a natural way of respect and trust that animals sensed and they were drawn to him. He was the happiest outdoors whether working in the yard, his garden, cranberry bogs, enjoying a bike ride or hunting with his dogs. He was also on a bowling team for many years, played cards with his friends and watched the Red Sox games on television. He was an avid reader, especially WWII history books. During WWII, he proudly served his country in the US Arm Air Corp. as a Tail Gunner in B17 and B24 planes in Europe. During his childhood he often helped his father and uncle at the Hornblower Estate and developed excellent handyman skills; painting, wallpapering, carpentry, etc. He would also assist the Hornblower veterinarian with all the barn animals Of all the jobs he had in his youth, his favorite was chauffeur to the late Mrs. Puritan and Doctor Nellie (first woman doctor of Plymouth). He was very fond of them both and they treated him very well. Also, he was a volunteer Chiltonville call man and along with his Chiltonville friends raised money by burning grass to purchase an old telephone truck to convert into the first Chiltonville firetruck. Edes Mrg. Co. hired Fred May 1941 and years later sold the company to Revere Copper and Brass where he continued to work until his retirement. Services will be held on Thursday, March 15, 2018, 10 am at the Chiltonville Congregational Church - 6 River St., Plymouth, followed by a burial at the Chiltonville Cemetery located directly behind the church. In lieu of flowers, donations in Fred’s name may be made to the Veterans Administration, Department of Veteran Affairs - 1400 VFW Parkway, West Roxbury, MA 02132. For more information or to sign the online guestbook, please visit www.cartmelldavis.com.

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