Frederick Appel Moore ’49 died on January 30, 2007, in Port Orange, Fla.
Frederick Appel Moore ’49 died on January 30, 2007, in Port Orange, Fla. Born on April 25, 1925, in Brookline, Mass., he prepared for college at Phillips Academy in Andover, Mass., and served in the U.S. Marine Corps from 1943 to 1945 during World War II, attaining the rank of corporal. In 1946, he entered Bowdoin and became a member of Delta Upsilon Fraternity. Following his graduation in 1948 as a member of the Class of 1949, he became an agent with the John Hancock Life Insurance Company in Boston. From 1956 until 1969, he was a general agent with the Massachusetts Indemnity and Life Insurance Company in Wellesley, Mass., and, in 1969, he became second vice president of the United Life and Accident Insurance Company in Concord, N.H. In 1982, he became regional director for Chubb/Life America’s North Central Region, with headquarters in Minneapolis, Minn. In 1990, he retired from the life insurance and investment business and became a planned giving specialist for the Dartmouth College Hitchcock Medical Center’s Office of Development in Hanover, N.H. In 2004, he retired and moved to Florida. He was a member of and elder at Ormond Beach Presbyterian Church and a member of Social-Summit Masonic Lodge in Canaan, N.H., the Scottish Rite, and the Bektash Shrine in Concord, N.H. Surviving are his wife, GeorgeAnn, whom he married in 2004; a son, Jonathan Moore of Andover, Mass.; two daughters, Lucinda Hammett of Waynesville, N.C., and Stephanie Shultz of Arvaca, Colo.; a stepson, Jeffrey Grammer of Cudjoe Key, Fla.; a sister, Beverly Quady of La Jolla, Calif.; and six grandchildren.