Dawn M. (Dobronte) Moore was raised in Allentown, N.J. She graduated from Allentown High School in 1987. She was married to the late John D. Moore in 1989 for 21 years. They have 3 wonderful children; Heather, Hillary, and J.D. which she feels is her life’s greatest accomplishment. Her and her children have resided in Columbus, N.J. for 17 years. Heather is a recent graduate of Susquehanna University and is employed as an Associate buyer with Macy’s in New York City. Hillary currently attends Susquehanna University and is pursuing a career in Human Resources. J.D. now attends High School in South Carolina where he attends High School and a Golf Academy. Dawn enjoys encouraging her children to reach their goals and live everyday to its’ fullest.
She was a stay-at-home Mom for 18 years. In 2008, she received her Associates Degree in Applied Sciences from Burlington County Community College. She is currently employed by Lourdes Medical Center in Burlington, N.J. as a Radiologic Technologist. When her husband passed, she resumed the responsibility of President of Moore Funeral Services, Inc. She is a past member of Columbus Home and School Association where for 9 years she served as secretary. She is a past Girl Scout Leader and served as Director of Vacation Bible School for 7 years in Bordentown. She is currently a member of the First Baptist Church of Bordentown, N.J., a member of Rotary International of Bordentown, N.J. currently serving as secretary, and she is also a member the Order of Eastern Star Bordentown Chapter #257.
When her husband passed away selling their family owned funeral home was not an option. They had taken ownership of Huber-Moore Funeral Home in 1999, but even before that her husband had been working with Bill Huber for 14 years. Keeping the funeral homes “Family owned” was very important to her and her children so they could carry on the legacy of John D. Moore, Sr. Over the years, she had learned how Bill and “Sugar” Huber and John Moore took such loving care of the families they served when losing a loved one. She is proud to say that her staff is very involved in the communities they serve and have over 50 years of combined experience in serving families in their time of need. She knows the meaning first hand of how very important it is to have a funeral home with professional and caring funeral directors taking care of all the details of celebrating the life of a loved one.