A version of this article appears in the September/October 2009 issue of Home Energy Magazine.
September 01, 2009
In Memoriam Dear Weatherization Family, It is with profound sadness that I share the passing of our friend and colleague Alex Moore. On Sunday June 7, Tammy lost her husband, Madeline and Emma lost their father, and this network lost one of its truest champions, and without a doubt one of our greatest friends. I can’t begin to express how profoundly sad it is to have to share this information with you. The cause is still not yet confirmed, but is believed to have been a massive heart attack. It is a rare day that you find an individual of Alex’s caliber. Since 1991, he poured himself into making Weatherization Work! He has been the senior advisor on all technical matters for the federal staff during his tenure as a contractor. It is hard to name anyone who has helped this network more with the incorporation of computerized energy audits, the development of core competencies, and the training and development of advanced technical skills in state and local staff. His technical proficiencies are unquestioned, but what was most remarkable about Alex was his ability to engage each and every person exactly where they are. He engaged us each ...
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