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Susannah M (Humbert) Moore
December 15, 1951 ~ November 6, 2023 (age 71) 71 Years Old
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Susannah Marie (Humbert) Moore, 71, passed away peacefully, surrounded by family, at her home on Gordon Hill in New Hampton on November 6, 2023 from complications due to amyloidosis. She had been in hospice care for one week and had received wonderful services from Lakes Region Visiting Nurse Association Hospice team.
Suzi was born on December 15, 1951, in Fayetteville, Arkansas, the third daughter of Richard and Priscilla Humbert. The family shortly moved to New Jersey and then on to her permanent childhood home in Richmond, Virginia.
After finishing high school, she enrolled in the University of Richmond where she pursued a music degree and soloed for the university choir, particularly on their tour of Europe where she sang in many of the major cities finest venues including London, Berlin, and Amsterdam. At the end of her first year, in the summer of 1971, she relocated to New Hampshire to be closer to her future husband, Andrew, whom she married on August 1st, 1972. They had taken up residence in Bartlett, New Hampshire, where they worked in the restaurant business and built their first house. After three years enjoying the scene and skiing in North Conway, they decided that she should return to college and continue her education.
She enrolled in Plymouth State College as a physical education and health major and became the #1 player on the women’s tennis team and the starting center on the women’s lacrosse team. She only managed to play two seasons of tennis and one of lacrosse as she became pregnant with her first child, Travis. She and her husband then moved to South Berwick, ME were she taught at Berwick Academy while finishing her undergraduate degree. She coached numerous sports at Berwick including soccer, tennis, and lacrosse. After leaving Berwick, she was hired by Marshwood Junior High School in South Berwick as a physical educations and health teacher and also pursued her masters of science degree in health and wellness at Plymouth State. She spent the rest of her teaching career at Marshwood and also established and was head coach of the Marshwood High School women’s soccer team for nine years. She accomplished all this while filling her summers working at numerous soccer camps and helping to run the Berwick Academy Summer Day Camp.
In 2003, she retired from teaching to move back into what had been her family’s summer home in New Hampton. This required that the home be renovated before it could be habitable in the winter. To this end she worked daily with a full crew of carpenters and sub-contractors on this renovation project, which lasted for 18 months. After this was accomplished, she joined her husband in his photography business taking and processing sports league pictures for the next 15 years,
She leaves her husband of 51 years, Andrew Moore of New Hampton; son Travis, his wife Asia, and their two daughters Amari and Astella of Rincon, Puerto Rico; son Lucas of Rincon PR and sister Priscilla Bischoff (husband Ed), She was predeceased by her parents and a sister, Helen Humbert. This amazing woman will be truly missed by everyone whose lives she touched.
Services will be in July of 2024. Date TBA The family would like to give special thanks to Boston Medical Center and the Amyloidosis Team of Doctors. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Amyloid Research Center, 72 East Concord Street, K-503, Boston, MA 02118 (www.bu.edu/amyloid/donate) and/or The Lakes Region VNA, 186 Waukewan Street, Meredith, NH 03253.