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BINGHAMTON - Tania was a generous, loving and kind soul.
She was a friend to many and always fought the cause for the underdog.
She was passionate about her artwork and poetry which she shared with many.
Tania had the ability to turn a stranger into a friend for life with just one conversation. She was always up for an adventure and is known by all who knew her for her unique and infectious laugh.
Tania loved her son, Derrick and wanted to be the best she could be for him.
She was predeceased by her grandparents, Margaret Sullivan, Dudley Church and Beth Topp; uncle, Kevin Sullivan; aunt, Joann Beardsley; and many friends taken by addiction.
Tania is survived by her son, Derrick Moore, Port Crane, and his father, Jim Moore, Guilford; her parents, Colleen and David O'Neil and Dan and Betty Church, South New Berlin; siblings, Jessica and Jim Parker, New Berlin, and Dan Church Jr., New Berlin; grandparents, Stuart Sullivan, Chenango Forks, and Marion Church, Venice, Fla. She leaves behind aunts and uncles, Barbara and Dale Clark, Teresa Sullivan and Ray Burns, Keith Sullivan, Richard and Kathleen Ashton, Martin and Roberta Ashton, Patricia and Louis Kost and Lisa Church; and a large extended family.
Funeral services were held at the Demunn Funeral Home in Binghamton.
Tania's final resting place will be in the Chenango Valley Cemetery.
Memorial contributions in Tania's name may be made to Coalition for the Homeless of Southern Tier, Inc, P.O. Box 2281, Binghamton, NY 13902.
Published on August 27, 2017
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