Bob William Moore

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Bob William Moore

October 18, 1943 - November 02, 2018

Bob William Moore Graveside services for Bob William Moore, 75, of Stillwater and formerly of Ada are at 1 p.m. Tuesday at Rosedale Cemetery. Pastor Paul Dawson will officiate.
Bob was born Oct. 18, 1943, in Little Rock, Arkansas, to Curtis and Dorothy (Mason) Moore and passed away Friday, Nov. 2, 2018.
Bob retired from the U.S. Navy as a chief petty officer and taught air traffic control for the University of Oklahoma at the Mike Monroney Aeronautical Center in Oklahoma City. He received his master's degree from OU. In business he was the owner/operator of the Silver Spur Motel, Bob's Stop and Go, the Bottle Shop and High Hopes Beef Jerky.
While in the Navy, he traveled around the world both aboard ship and living in Naples, Italy; Oxnard, California; and Atsugi, Japan. He was actively involved in Little League baseball as coach and leadership in Boy Scouts, resulting in both grandsons attaining the rank of Eagle Scout. He was a loving husband, father, grandfather, great-grandfather and friend.
He enjoyed scuba diving, gardening, photography and motorcycle riding. His favorite hobbies were photography and wood working, having made furniture and rocking animals.
Bob is survived by his wife, Nita Moore, of the home; son, Tim Moore and wife, Kelly, of Ada; grandsons Micheal and wife, Adde, of Wewoka and Sean of Ada; great-granddaughters Jazlynn and Cassie; a great-grandson, Danny; stepdaughters Kim Garcia of Chandler, Shana and husband, Dusty Maugh, of McLoud, Kay-Dee and husband, Michael Grimes, of Ripley; step-grandsons Kurtis, Zachary, Donta, Ty and Triton; and a step-great-granddaughter, Charlie Joe.
Bob was preceded in death by his former spouse, Sandra; a daughter, Tammy; and two sisters, twins, Colleen and Geraldine.
Published on November 5, 2018
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Tuesday November 06, 2018

1:00 PM

Rosedale Cemetery

Ada, Oklahoma


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