Matt Moody Obituary, Death – Matthew B. “Matt” Moody, 33 years old and a resident of Keene, New Hampshire, went away suddenly on Saturday, December 24, 2022, with his loving family close by. On May 16, 1989, in the city of Keene, Laurel A. (Perkins) and Michael W. Moody welcomed their son, Matthew, into the world. He received his formal education in the community and graduated from Keene High School in 2007 with his class.
After graduating from high school, he enlisted in the Marine Corps of the United States of America. At the Camp LeJeune Marine Corps Base in Jacksonville, North Carolina, he was a Tilt Rotor Airframe Mechanic, Quality Assurance Rep, Collateral Duty Inspector, and Recruiter during his service to his country, which he performed with distinction and honor. In addition, he was honored with the Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal, the Navy Unit Commendation, the Navy Meritorious Unit Commendation, three Marine Corps Good Conduct Medals, the
National Defense Service Medal, the Afghanistan Campaign Medal with one star, the Inherent Resolve Campaign Medal, the Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal, two Global War on Terrorism Service Medals, the Humanitarian Medal, the Continental Service Medal, two Sea Service Deployment Medals, five NATO Medal
In addition to his participation in previous operations, he served in Operation Enduring Freedom aboard the USS Nassau (LHA-4). After 12 years of dedicated service, Matt was given an honorable discharge and promoted to the rank of Sergeant E-5.
On August 2, 2013, he tied the knot with the person he has loved his entire life, Lauren B. Price. They chose to have a small ceremony in Jacksonville, North Carolina, with only immediate family members and close friends present for the occasion. They are celebrating their ninth year of marriage this year. After serving his time in the service, Matt came back to Keene and found work at Melanson Construction, Leon’s Auto, and CW Express. He also ran his own delivery business.
Matt was interested in a wide variety of things in life. The time was filled with activities such as hunting, fishing, snowmobiling, watching motorsports, and football. When he was spending time with his family, Matt had the greatest amount of joy.