Charlie Dalton Moon

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In Branford, July 22, 2003, Charlie Dalton Moon of 25 Deborah Ln., East Haven, husband of Eleonore Bormann Moon. Born in Jenkins County, GA, Dec. 19, 1927, he was the son of the late Robert and Lillie Mae Flanders Moon. Charlie worked for United Technology before founding the Moon Cutter Co. in 1957 in North Haven. A US Army Veteran, he served with the 82nd Airborne Division during the Berlin Airlift. He was a member of Post 89 of the American Legion, Charlie was a Past Master of Hiram Lodge # 1, A.F. & A.M. and served as Associate Grand Marshal for the Grand Lodge of Connecticut. He was also a member of the Scottish Rite, Valley of New Haven and Pyramid Temple of the Shrine. Besides his wife he is survived by daughters; Dorothy - Ann Rome and her husband, Charles, Shirley Tolmei and her husband, Peter, all of East Haven, Lenore Capasso and her husband, Michael of North Branford, sons; Robert C. Moon and his wife, Josee and Charles D. Moon and his wife Shari all of East Haven, a brother, Billie Saxon and his wife, Rose of Wallingford. Grandchildren; Matthew Rome and his wife, Anna, Peter Tolmei and his wife Melanie, Vanessa Tolmei Doheny and her husband, Thomas, Liza-Ann Moon Seipold and her husband, Brian, Robert and Erik Moon, Melissa, Maegan, and Michael Capasso, David and Cory Moon, Tracey Rome Cusano and her husband, Joseph and Holly Rome Lauretti and her husband, Matthew and great -grandchildren: Alannah Doheny and Bryanna Seipold. Funeral service at BEECHER & BENNETT, 2300 WHITNEY AVE., HAMDEN, Saturday, July 26 at 10 a.m. Friends may call Friday from 4 - 8 p.m. A Masonic Service by Hiram Lodge # 1 at 7:30 P.M. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be sent to Connecticut Hospice, 100 Double Beach Rd., Branford, CT 06405.

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  1. Barbara and I offer our deepest condolences.Charlie was a good friend. Also sincerest sympathies from The Ideal Machinery And Supply Company.

  2. Dear lovely MOON Family, Jana, myself and the whole Freihoefer family from Germany would like to express our deepest sympathy to you. We will all keep Charlie in our best memories. He seemed to be always so pleased and cheerful. We will miss him so much. We are proud to be your special German friends and hope to strengthen you a little bit with the following poem from Linda E. Knight: MEMORIES KEEP THOSE WE LOVE CLOSE TO US FOREVER Although words seem to say so little, we hope they help in some way to ease the sense of loss that you\’re experiencing these days. Hold fast to your memories, to all of the cherished moments of the past, to the blessings and the laughter, the joys and the celebrations, the sorrow and the tears. They all add up to a treasure of fond yesterdays that you shared and spent together, and they keep the one you loved close to you in spirit and thought. The special moments and memories in your life will never change. They will always be in your heart, today and forevermore. With love from all of us Wolfgang senior, Marica, Jens, Wolfgang junior, Sebastian and Jana.

  3. Dear Mrs. Moon, Shirly & Pete, My deepest and sincere sympathy to you and your family. I spoke to Mr. Moon (Charlie) only a short time ago at the Branford China Buffet and we spoke of old times at the Mansfield Grove Marina. I was so sad to hear of his passing. My prayers and thoughts are with you. Sincerely, Tony.

  4. The Rich Family has always felt honored to be included in the Moon Family\’s functions. We will always hold dear to us the many stories that Charlie Moon shared with us over the few precious years we knew him. Alway with a twinkle in his eyes. We will miss him. With sincere sympathies, Keith, Lori, Taylor and Tyson

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