TICONDEROGA - Linda Kay Moore, 66, of Ticonderoga passed away peacefully on Christmas day with her loving family by her side. Born Nov. 24, 1947, in Ticonderoga, she was the daughter of the late Perry G. and Katherine A. (Farrelly) Clark.
She married Edgar P. Moore Sr. March 22, 1975, in Port Henry.
Linda began her working career as a secretary for the law firm of Dominick Viscardi. Through the years, she held many other secretarial positions within the Ticonderoga community, including the Moses-Ludington Hospital admissions and billing departments, North Country Council on Alcohol and Substance Abuse, secretary to the Ticonderoga assessor, Mountain Lakes Services, a daycare provider, and secretary for Ticonderoga Highway Department. She was a longtime inspector for the Board of Elections. Prior to her retirement, she returned to the Law Office of Judge Viscardi.
One of Linda's fondest memories was working on her family's chicken farm on Chilson Hill. She always spoke fondly of collecting, packaging and delivering the eggs to the surrounding communities. Her many interests included baking, knitting, crocheting, reading and taking bus tour trips all over the northeast with her husband, Ed. Linda was very proud of her Irish heritage.
Linda was a very active member of First United Methodist Church of Ticonderoga. She served as the church coordinator for the Tiny Tim program for many years. She was the chairperson for the Administrative Council and United Methodist Women on both the district and conference levels. She served on the membership committee, was a certified lay speaker for the church, and served as the treasurer for the church thrift shop. Linda was also active in Ticonderoga Fire Department Women's Auxiliary for many years.
Her most enjoyable moments were spending time with her family, especially her many grandchildren. Mom rarely missed a sporting event or school function in which her kids or grandkids were involved.