Kip Alan Moen passed away unexpectedly in his home on March 5, 2015 in Chesapeake, VA at the age of 34. Kip is survived by his wife Shianne Moen, his son Logan Moen both of Chesapeake, VA, daughters Kathleen and Theresa Moen of Whitesboro, NY, his parents Barbara and Neil Van Patten of Remsen, NY and Kit and Rosemary Moen of Sumter, SC, his sister Christa Moen of Remsen, NY, his brother Matthew Millson of Sumter, SC, his in-laws Jana and Corey Hagel, Dan and Lori Ell, brother-in-law Zack Hagel of Bismarck, ND and countless relatives and friends. Kip was born on September 15, 1980 in Lewistown, PA to Barbara Yetter and Kit Moen. He graduated from Remsen Central School in 1999. He found his passion serving his country in the Navy as a Quartermaster for 8 years, stationed in San Diego, CA and Norfolk, VA. He sailed on the USS John C. Stennis and USS Harry S. Truman. Kip served shore duty in Port Operations at Joint Expeditionary Base Little Creek-Fort Story. He was also a responder in Louisiana for Hurricane Katrina of 2005 and the Gulf of Mexico for the cleanup of the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill of 2010. After an honorable discharge from the Navy, he married Shianne Ell on August 11, 2012 and moved to Chesapeake where he began working as a contractor in the Norfolk Naval Shipyard. The highlights of Kip’s life were his 3 children, Kathleen, Theresa and Logan. He was very proud to be a father and always wanted the very best for them. Regardless of the distance, his first thoughts were always of them. Always motivated by adventure, he was an avid Jeep and zombie enthusiast and enjoyed riding his motorcycle. He loved watching his Steelers, Yankees and Penn State Nittany Lions games. Kip was a great man that was easy to make friends with. He had a big heart and often made great personal sacrifices volunteering his time to help his many friends and family.