Obituary of Jamie Del Moon

August 30, 2021

On Monday, August 30, 2021, Jamie Del Moon passed away in Manhattan, New York. Jamie was born in Santa Fe, California on August 29, 1978. In the words of a close friend "if you'd ever met Jamie you probably had at least one ridiculous story about him. He inspired and provoked hilarity, but was also one of the most sensitive, beautiful, musical, and poetic souls with an intense darkness to him that would come out from time to time. He lived differently. He struggled greatly. He was incredibly lucky. Effortlessly awesome. Delicate and tough and tragic. Jamie was magic. And like magic, he's gone but you're still in awe of the feeling you got when you experienced it." Jamie is survived by his wife, Florencia Zaballa-Moon, son Marlon Moon; his parents, Bob and Barbara Bridges; his brothers, Rob Bridges (wife Annie, daughters Emily and Claire), Stephen Bridges; and his Great Grandmother, Nan Bridges. Jamie had numerous Aunts, Uncles, and cousins throughout the world. Jamie, we love you and you will always be missed. Rest In Peace.

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September 6, 2021

2:00 PM to 4:00 PM

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All tomorrows parties and the george tavern were swell times

Posted by: Rupert Smyth - Berlin, - September 8, 2021

Why did I suddenly have the urge to look Jamie up on internet? I don't know, but it deeply schocked me to find out he passed away. We met long time ago in Amsterdam. My condolances to his loved ones. R.I.P. Jamie

Posted by: Netty Nauta - AMSTERDAM, - September 8, 2021

I loved you so much Jamie. RIP my dear friend.

Posted by: John Borucki - Los Angeles, CA - September 17, 2021

Love you Jamie my angel forever

Posted by: Ann Demeulemeester - , - September 21, 2021

I met Jamie in 2012 when I moved to the neighborhood he lived in. He reached out to me and suggested we meet up. We ended up going to a few concerts and art exhibits together before he moved out of the city.
The last time I saw him was at the airport when we both happened to be on the same flight to Paris. He was traveling with his partner and their newly born son. He looked like he loved being a father.
He will be missed.

Posted by: Dustin Dis - Brooklyn, NY - September 25, 2021

I got to know Jamie when we were teenagers. We played music together and he was really creative, talented, energetic to say the least, challenging at times, but always a friend--and so incredibly funny. He always had a way of seeing the world more differently than most and while it didn't always happen at first, I appreciated that about him.

His parents were gracious enough to let us make a bunch of noise in their garage for hours on end. They were always supportive, paying for some demo recordings or entrusting me their family mini-van so I can drive a bunch of us to see some punk shows at The Macondo or Cell 63. I and many of us were coming from broken homes or were seen as a misfits, but the Bridges were one of those few families that were always warm and welcoming; that had a lasting effect on me.

While my friendship with Jamie lasted only a few brief years, he did leave a lasting impression and so his passing is truly devastating to hear. I want to extend my condolences to his wonderful family, his wife and son and all the friends he's made along the way.

Posted by: Bill Swanson - Simi Valley, CA - October 7, 2021

i met jamie exactly once. he will be missed, truly

Posted by: anonymous - new york city, NY - October 10, 2021
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