Master Sergeant Sherri A. Moore

Date of Passing:

August 23, 2017

Master Sergeant Sherri A. Moore from the 157th Logistics Readiness Squadron, Pease ANGB, New Hampshire, Traffic Management Office Superintendent, passed away 23 August 2017. Sherri was born 22 July 1977 in Rhode Island and enlisted in the United States Air Force on 27 July 1995 at the age of 17 where she was assigned to Nellis AFB, NV. During her highly successful 21 year career, she had multiple deployments including Oct 2001 – Feb 2002: Noble Eagle/Iraqi Freedom Mar 2002 – Aug 2002: Noble Eagle Feb 2004 – Oct 2004: Enduring freedom Nov 2004 – Jan 2005: Enduring Freedom Jan 2005 – June 2005: Iraqi Freedom Jul 2008 to Sep 2008: Enduring Freedom in support of several military operations. Prior to coming to Pease ANGB in November 2012, she served at Nellis AFB Nevada, Ramstien AFB Germany and Quonset ANGB Rhode Island. She also attended the USAF Senior NCO Academy at Maxwell AFB Alabama in December of 2011. Sherri was passionate about being in the military, wearing the uniform and serving with her Wingmen in 157th LRS.

Her military awards include the Air Force Achievement Medal, Air Force Outstanding Unit Award, National Defense Service Medal, Small Arms Expert Ribbon, Nuclear Deterrence Operations Service Medal, Armed Forces Reserve Medal with “M” device, Air Force Expeditionary Service Ribbon with Gold Border, Iraq Campaign Medal, Air Reserve Force Meritorious Service Medal, Air Force Longevity Service Award, NCO Professional Military Education Ribbon, Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, Meritorious Unit Award, Rhode Island ANG Recruiting Ribbon, Rhode Island Emergency Service Ribbon, Rhode Island Service Ribbon.

She was an avid Patriots fan and enjoyed flipping houses with her Companion Dave Tedeschi. Sherri will be missed by her Mom Janet Lee and step-father, Michael Griffin, her companion Dave Tedeschi, a brother, Kenneth Moore, a niece, Brooklyn Moore, a nephew, Mason Moore, the men and women from the 157th Logistics Readiness Squadron and the entire 157th Air Refueling Wing.

A Celebration of her Life will be held on Saturday August 26, 2017 at 4 p.m. in the W. Raymond Watson Funeral Home, 350 Willett Avenue, Riverside. Calling hours are Saturday afternoon 2-4 p.m.

Flowers are respectfully omitted. Contributions in MSgt Sherri A. Moore’s memory to NH Chaplains Relief Fund C/O 157ARW, 302 Newmarket St, Pease ANGB, NH 03803-0157 and or Pease Kids Corps C/O 157ARW 302 Newmarket St. Pease ANGB, NH 03803-0157 would be deeply appreciated.


Online Condolences


  1. I was unaware of this page. For her loved ones: I’m sorry for your loss. I lost too. Sargent Moore was my mentor and a person I admired. Our relationship was professional, but I sensed she was all heart. She is missed.

  2. My apologize I am just seeing this link now.
    I new Sherri for a short while She was always kind to me and to my girls especially Celine who went to work with her father on many occassions.she always created all with a beautiful smile.she and you all will always be in my thoughts & Prayers.
    May the Lord Bless you,
    shine his face upon .
    With Sympothy,

  3. My sympathies to Sherri and her family. Sherri was a wonderful coworker and friend in the NHANG and will be missed.

  4. Too the Moore family, our deepest sympathy. Sometimes there just are no words. No words. Sherri had a beautiful caring heart. So many words could be written, , This is a tough one. Just know the memories of goodness will never go away. Love , Gregg, Sharon, Evan and Ian

  5. My deepest sympathies to Sherri’s Mother and family.
    I had the pleasure of meeting Sherri through my daughter who is also from Pease NHANG.
    Words cannot express how deeply sorry I am for the loss of Sherri.
    You are all in my thoughts and prayers.

  6. sorry for everyones loss. Sherri, when I first met you it was the beginning of my life. After many years of no contact I have never forgotten you nor will I ever. Thank you for all the good times we had, for serving our country, and for the brightness you have brought to many peoples lives. I am beside myself on what the world has lost. RIP ❤ ??

  7. My dear Sherri at 157th Pease ANGB, New Hampshire
    we’ve only met over the phone, preparing your people’s travel. Of the many people I talk every day, there are only a handful I adore and you are one of them. You’ve resonated in my mind/heart. My sincere and deepest condolences and prayer for your family and friends and co-workers who’ll miss your presence.
    Rest in Peace in the Arms of the Everlasting Father!

  8. It’s always very sad when a fellow service member passes away, especially so young. She is now your guardian angel looking over you making sure your taken care of. You have my deepest condolences.

  9. As a citizen of the USA and RI I want to First Thank Master Sargent Moore for her selfless service to our country and express condolences to her family. May she Rest In Peace

  10. Janet Lee, Mikey G, and family….I am so very sorry for your loss. I only met Sherri once, but, like my son, Joey, said…she left quite an impression. Praying for strength for all of you.

  11. I am so very sorry for your loss. Sherri was a remarkable woman. I will miss her dearly.

  12. Rest in peace and my condolences to your family.

  13. My heart goes out to Sherri’s family, I didn’t know her real well, but her brother Kenny was my best friend. I knew she was a great person, sister, daughter, aunt and friend. She will be greatly missed. My thoughts and prayers go out to her family, Janet Lee, Mikey, Kenny, Brooklyn, and Mason. I love you guys.

  14. My condolences to Sherri’s family. Sherri was my first female supervisor in the military and she taught me so much. I wouldn’t be where I am today without what she taught me. She was always strong and never backed down. She will be missed.

  15. Sorry for your loss Kenny

  16. My condolences go out to Sherri’s family and friends. May Sherri rest in peace. ?

  17. I am so saddened to hear of her loss. As her first mentor at Quonset Point I enjoyed seeing her spirit and quick wit. RIP….

  18. So sad to hear about Sherri. My thoughts and prayers go out to the Moore family. She was a great friend that I worked with at Quonset ANGB. Always energetic and fun loving. You will be missed by all your extended military family. God took an angel too soon. RIP Sherri & God Bless

  19. My deepest condolences. It was a true pleasure to serve with her on the DMAG and she will be sorely missed.

  20. Janet Lee, I’m so very sorry for your loss. My heart just breaks for you and your family. You are in my thoughts and prayers. Hugs!

  21. So sad to hear and my heart goes out to her family. I worked with her at the 143d. She was such an energetic and highly motivated Airman. May she Rest In Peace.

  22. So sorry to hear this Janet Lee my thoughts and prayers are with you and the family during this time.

  23. Our deepest sympathies for Sherri and her family and friends. Having served with her in the 157th ANG it is truly a strong bond for all of us. May you Rest In Peace , Retired Chief Reagan

  24. My deepest condolences to Sherri’s family. Msgt Moore was one of my first supervisors when I enlisted in the RIANG and she provided me with so much knowledge for my career. She will be greatly missed. May she Rest In Peace.

  25. Janet Lee and Family,
    We are so sorry for the loss of your beloved Sherri. Her passing means the passing of another American Hero . We appreciate her service to keeping our country safe. She was an amazing brave woman whose passing was much to soon. Know that she will not be forgotten. Our thoughts and prayers are with you , your family , and her friends and fellow soldiers. May this Angel watch over you all.

  26. My deepest condolences to Sherri’s family on this tragic loss of a beautiful life cut short. Sherri was a wonderful person to work with for all of the years at the 143rd and her undaunted spirit was inspiritational. Blessed be, Sherri.

  27. My thoughts and prayers are with this beautiful young lady’s family. I worked with Sherri for a long time and she was a force to be reckoned with, a beautiful spirit and a very dedicated hard working professional. Be at peace beautiful girl.

  28. My deepest condolences to the Moore family such sad news to hear. I know and served with Sherri at Quonset ANGB base you will be missed by all of your 143rd family. My prayers are with you during this difficult time. Thanks for your service to our country may she Rest In Peace.

  29. My deepest sympathies go out to Sherri’s family. I worked with Sherri at Quonset and she was very friendly, fun, hard working and a great person to be around. We had a lot of fun together and she will be missed! I am very sorry that she left this world too soon!

  30. My condolences to all. RIP

  31. To Sherri’s family. My deepest condolences. Sherri was s joy to work with at the 143rd. Always a smile on her face. Rest In Peace.

  32. Dear Janet lee and family,
    My deepest sympathy on the loss of,Sherri. My prayers are with you.
    The greatest heartache is for a mother to suffer losing a child, no matter what age.
    May Sherri rest in peace with our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.

  33. Sherri will be deeply missed by us and the many friends she made at our local VFW in Port Orange, FL

  34. My condolences to all of the Moore Family.
    I knew Sherri from Quonset ANGB.
    What I will remember about her was her beautiful smile.
    Again, to Sherri’s family; I am sorry for the heartbreak your family is going through.

  35. May she rest in peace and suffer no more. May God watch over her family and friends during this most difficult time.

  36. To the Moore family, my thoughts and prayers go out to you. I have known Sherri since 1998 and she has been nothing short of phenomenal. She will be deeply missed by myself and her 143d family. We love you Sherri.

  37. I didn’t know Sherri, but her grandfather Leroy Gordon of Bristol works for me. He spoke of her with love and respect for her and her career. My condolences are for all those who loved and respected Master Sergeant Moore.

  38. to the Moore family – I met Sherri many years ago when she enlisted in the RIANG – she was a great person, smart as whip and overall nice person. I am so sorry for your loss – Sherri will fly with the angels and rest easy out friend, we are all thinking of you

  39. Our condolences to the Moore family. I was proud to know and serve with Sherri at Quonset. She was a good friend and will be greatly missed.

  40. Rest In Peace Sherri. I will always remember the time you were there for me. My thoughts and prayers are with your family.

  41. Master Sergant,

    Wanted to put the Airman’s prayer here or the Airman’s creed. Wanted to say something here which would honor your selfless service to nation and your devotion to duty and to recognize your zeal in defending the constitution of the United States against all enemy’s foreign and domestic…

    You served with honor for two decades. Your courage and devotion to duty are most heartily commended and are in keeping with the highest traditions of the United States Air Force.

    On behalf of the Parenti Family, thank you.

    For all the times at Henrey’s corner pocket…

    For all those days in shop class…

    For all those days out building the house…

    For that time that we lost that stack of lumber off the back of Mr. Phalin’s truck in the middle of the Tupilo and Metacom Intersection…

    Or that time Lindsey’s wrecked her car, with the Dunkin Dounts tossed all down chestnut street…

    While we are all so thankful for your work as the honorable Master Sergent you are…

    I kind of just want to remember those fun times now…

    I think the Davock’s said it best, you truly were tough as nails!

    I think these Pennywise lyrics express the sentiment of our fellow class of 1995 Home Builders…

    To our friend
    Present, past and beyond
    Though you weren’t
    With us too long
    Your life is the most
    Precious thing we could lose
    While you were here
    The fun was never ending
    Laugh a minute
    Was only the beginning
    THIS ONE’S YOU!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Very respectfully,

    Frank J. Parenti
    Officer in Charge

  42. Condolences to Sherri’s family and friends. Sherri was always a fun and sweet girl. Rest In Peace Sherri.

  43. To Sherri’s family my deepest condolences and prayers. To Sherri thank you for your service to our country!! You we always be remembered! God bless God Speed!! It was an honor to serve with you.

  44. Sherri was amazing to be around – always smiling – she was funny, she was one of my first friends when I moved to Bristol in 1992.
    She was daring but also together and determined, she was intelligent and caring . I remember going bridge jumping with her and Dennis Perry a few times – and always had that look of – what are you waiting for – let’s go!! I will always have such fond memories of Sherri – Rest In Peace

  45. We are so blessed that Sherri was stationed here in NH. Getting to know her has been such a blessing to everyone who got to know her. We will miss her smile and her easy going way. She was always happy. Prayers and condolences to Dave, Janet and all of her family.

  46. My deepest condolences to the family. Such sad news to hear. I shared many great times with her in high school. She was always a beautiful strong person. She will always be remembered. Thank you for your service.

  47. Thank you for your service..Rest in Peace

  48. Our hearts are heavy, we shared some wonderful childhood memories together, those you can’t take away, those will last forever, remember the good times, be strong like Sherri, she was tough as nails! God Bless you all, you are in our thoughts and prayers, Our Mom is in Heaven I will pray to her to watch over this little angel

    Love always,

    The Davock Girls

  49. I knew Sherri was something special when I saw her in action while inspecting the Rhode Island ANG. Her attention to detail and fiery approach to her job was her hallmark. Sherri was also a fun loving individual who loved life. To her family, myself and my family extend our deepest condolences. Also I am sure you are as proud of her service as much as she was proud to serve. It was a great honor to have served with such a fine human being. Rest in Peace Sherri. You were a true leader. Chief LeBel

  50. prayers and condolences for friends and family.

  51. Condolences to the family & the 157th, prayers with you all.
    Nancy, Brittany & Nate Eaton
    (Family of CMS David L. Eaton(Ret)WCC-NHANG

  52. My condolences to the family. Some of my fondest memories was with Sherri in high school and color guard. We had many fun times together. Thank you for serving our country. May you rest in peace sweet angel. ?

  53. Our sincerest condolences Janet Lee to you, Mikey G and the rest of your family. Our prayers are with you and all who had the pleasure of knowing her. May she find the peace that she deserves now.

    Chrissy and Jim Chabot

  54. My thoughts and prayers go out to you all. Sherri, Thank you for your service ??! Words can not express how sad I am, to hear about your passing. We had alot of laughs in class and on band trips. You will be greatly missed. RIP My friend

  55. Rest In Peace Sherri. I have such fond memories from our child hood and all of the fun times being in colorguard. Thank you for all of your service and protecting our country. My deepest condolences to your family.

  56. My heart goes out to you all., I remember Sherri was my daughters Stephanie and Teresalyn’s bff. When we lived in Bristol I know my daughter Stephanies heart is broken Sherri, will always be in her ❤️ heart

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