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1961 Keith 2020

Keith Arnold "Coh" Moore

January 25, 1961 — May 26, 2020

Keith Arnold Moore, known by most as Coh, started his new journey on May 26, 2020. Coh passed peacefully at home with his loved ones surrounding him, including his caregivers and friends from Touch of Care Hospice who had cared for him for more than two years during his illness.

He was born on Jan. 25, 1961 at Saint Anthony's Hospital in Denver, Colorado. Coh was a true survivor and warrior throughout his entire life. Nothing came easy for Coh; he took the cards he was dealt and made the best of them. He was a friend to all and a mentor to anyone who had the pleasure of knowing him. Coh spent his younger years living in the Denver area, worked as a professional landscaper, and later married Susan Vivian Moore. Together, they raised their children Jeremiah, Sarah and Elli Mae. Although Coh grew up in the city, he found solace in nature. In the late 1980s, Coh moved to Chaffee County and lived off the land for several years at the top of Quail Mountain, a 13, 948 peak in central Colorado. During his years of living on the mountain, Coh realized that his true passion was becoming one with the earth. He endured, persevered and enjoyed every aspect throughout this phase of his life. His resourcefulness was everlasting and he overcame any challenge that crossed his path. After leaving the mountain, Coh embarked on a new journey and restored a standard school bus into the most incredible tiny home to travel throughout the country.

Coh spent several years exploring the U.S. and made his way to the Western Slope of Colorado in the late 1990s. He met many friends, reconnected with family, and continued to surround himself with creative ventures and hobbies, including art, leatherwork, carpentry, professional photography and vehicle restorations. Coh was well-known in the community and thrived in his creative space. Coh was loved by many and always willing to help a friend or neighbor; he was a true believer in all things good, and lived his life to the fullest, while creating a lifetime of adventurous memories and stories to tell along the way.

Coh spent his last 10 years living in his very first forever home in Hotchkiss. This was a very special time for him because he had purchased his first home. He continued to prosper in his creativity even after he began to experience symptoms from his COPD diagnosis. During this time, he worked tirelessly to create his perfect space; his home is a seamless mosaic blend of each chapter of his life. Coh was a kind, caring, compassionate and loving person. His continued guidance will help each of us to endure, persevere, overcome challenges and most of all to enjoy each day until we meet again. Most of all, you will be missed, tears will be shed but we know you will continue to watch over us every day until were together again.

Coh is survived by his best friend, Lori Allen; three children, Jeremiah Larish (Angela), Sarah Galyean (Leith), Ellie Mae Moore (John); his grandchildren: Adam, Magdalena, Jeremiah, Jay and Elena Mae as well as three great-grandchildren, Micaya, ReaLynn and Easton.
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