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Abraham J. Mood 1970 ~ 2017

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Abraham J. Mood 1970 ~ 2017

Abraham J. Mood died June 12 at the age of 46 years, 163 days. On June 12th his heart failed him and he died a very short time after.

Abe was born Dec. 31, 1970 and lived his early years in Seeley Lake. He attended Seeley Lake Elementary School and Seeley-Swan High School. In 1987 he and his brother, Lucas, moved to Spokane, Wash. to live with their mother. Abe graduated from North Central High School, Spokane, in 1989.

He worked in the Spokane area until 1999 when he joined the U.S. Army. During the seven years that he served in the Army he was stationed in Germany and Afghanistan. He was honorably discharged Aug. 22, 2007.

At the time of his death, he was employed by Inter-Con Security, as a security guard on a large estate in the Seattle, Wash. area.

Abe is survived by: his two daughters Amariss Lundy of Spokane and Emma Mood of Paris, Tenn .; his mother Joan Syverson of Spokane and his father Doug Mood and wife Marion, of Lewiston, Idaho. Abe has two brothers, Lucas Mood who lives in Seattle with his wife Julia and Christopher Mood of Seeley Lake. He has a step-brother Danny Jasso of Portland Ore. as well as two grandchildren and a nephew Riley Mood, US Navy, Hawaii. His passing is also greatly mourned by his longtime companion Patricia Clark-Gilley of Renton Wash., who is also known as "Shining."

Abe was very active in The Society for Creative Anachronisms (SCA), both in the Spokane area and in Seattle. He made many, many close friends in the SCA and was greatly admired as a strong and tenacious competitor in their competitions.

A service was held in Abe's memory in the Seattle area. His remains were cremated and they will be buried in the Seeley Lake area where he spent his early years.

Abe's family and friends are greatly grieved at his passing and they want to thank the family and friends throughout the Northwest who have expressed their sorrow and condolences. It is very much appreciated.

 

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