Ashley Madison Moore, 18, was born in Indianapolis, lived in Brownsburg, went to school in Plainfield and was involved in a car crash in Avon, Indiana. Ashley died March 3rd, 2022, from her injuries. Ashley, known as “Ash” to her friends, was a senior at Plainfield High School and is survived by her mother Diana Moore, her father Russell Moore, her sister Jennifer Moore, her brother Peyton Moore, her maternal grandparents Gary and Linda Gentry and her paternal grandmother Libby Lefler, as well as numerous aunts, uncles, and cousins. Visitation will be held at Plainfield Christian Church (800 Dan Jones Road) on Monday, March 14th from 2:00 to 7:00 pm. Funeral services will be at 11am on Tuesday, March 15 at the church. A private burial will follow at Maple Hill Cemetery, Plainfield. Ashley was an exceptional individual! She was a very bright student with a 4.356 GPA and a member of the National Honor Society and Plainfield’s “We the People” team. She had been accepted into the Honors College at Ball State University where she planned to study Marine Biology. She was perhaps best known as a very talented musician especially for her skill on the marimba. Ashley was a two time All State Percussion member and earned a gold rating, with distinction, in ISSMA solo and ensemble performance. She was passionate about all things band and especially loved Winter Percussion. Ashley was a member of the Madison Scouts Drum and Bugle Corps in 2020 and 2021. Ashley was one of the first females to earn a spot in the 100-year history of the Scouts, as they were previously an all-male group. Ashley was contracted to play in the Blue Knights Drum and Bugle Corps for 2022. Ashley lived in Brownsburg, Indiana but transferred to Plainfield as a freshman after watching Plainfield’s 2018 Winter Percussion show, Fall. Ashley would try to motivate her peers by telling them they had the power to change people’s lives with their performances because her life was changed in that way. At Plainfield, Ashley was the center marimba, the section leader, and considered herself the momma duck to all her freshman ducklings that she had taken under her wing. Ashley had a great smile and loved to hang out with her friends, playing games, and watching anime. Ashley was very protective of her brother and sister and made sure no one would mess with them (except her of course!). Ashley was also very protective of other students at school that had special challenges and would defend them from any bullying. Ashley accepted everyone for who they were and had a big heart. Ashley will always be remembered for her drive and determination to be the best. Flowers can be sent to the Plainfield Christian Church and donations may be made in Ashley’s honor to the Plainfield Band Boosters, P.O. Box 276, Plainfield, IN 46168. Arrangements by Hampton-Gentry Funeral Home, Plainfield.