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Robert J. (Bob) Moore, 62, of Greeley passed away May 12, 2009, after a valiant battle with cancer.

He was born November 24, 1946 to Elmer and Ellen Moore. He was raised on a farm Northwest of Colby, Kan. In 1965 he graduated from Brewster High School and two years later completed vocational technical college in Goodland, Kan.

On May 6, 1967 he married Catherine Ann Mead of Colby, Kan. He served three years with the Kansas Army National Guard. He moved to Greeley in 1970 and served an additional three years with the Colorado Air National Guard.

In 1970 he went to work for the city of Greeley and spent the next 38 years as the Superintendent of Wastewater Collection.

In February 1974, Bob formed a country western band called “Touch of Country” and folks danced to his music across the front range until February of 2008.

Bob was an avid volunteer with the Greeley Saddle Club, Weld County 4-H, 4-H Horse Council, Wranglers, National Western Stock Show, Miss Rodeo Colorado Committee and more recently the Rodeo Chairman for the Greeley Independence Stampede. Bob had a deep love for his family, his horses and his music.

He is survived by his wife Cathy of Eaton, Colo., daughter Stephanie and husband Stuart Gebauer of Eaton, Colo., son David and wife Kirby Moore of Gill, Colo., daughter Julie and husband Mark Reinert of Kersey, Colo. Bob was known as “Gramps” to six grandchildren Justin and Ryan Gebauer, Kolby and Colton Moore and Jacey and Tanner Reinert, three brothers, Leroy and wife Eunice Moore of Brewster, Kan, Dick and wife Maybelle Moore of Colby Kan., Jim and wife Cheryl Moore of Levant, Kan., and three brother in-laws, Murray and wife Diane Mead of Bayfield, Colo., Jim Mead of San Francisco, Calif. and Keith and wife Judy Mead of Aurora, Colo. and one sister in-law, Peggy and husband Steve Gregory of Greeley, Colo., as well as many nieces, nephews and other relatives and friends

He will be greatly missed by all who new and loved him.

Services were held May 16, 2009 at the Island Grove Regional Park Livestock Building.

Donations can be made to the Bob Moore Memorial fund in care of Allnutt Funeral Service, 702 13th St., Greeley, CO 80631, to be distributed to Bob’s favorite charities. The family would like to extend special thanks to Hospice of Northern Colorado.

Friends may view the online obit & send condolences at http://www.allnutt.com.

Robert J. (Bob) Moore, 62, of Greeley passed away May 12, 2009, after a valiant battle with cancer.

He was born November 24, 1946 to Elmer and Ellen Moore. He was raised on a farm Northwest of Colby, Kan. In 1965 he graduated from Brewster High School and two years later completed vocational technical college in Goodland, Kan.

On May 6, 1967 he married Catherine Ann Mead of Colby, Kan. He served three years with the Kansas Army National Guard. He moved to Greeley in 1970 and served an additional three years with the Colorado Air National Guard.

In 1970 he went to work for the city of Greeley and spent the next 38 years as the Superintendent of Wastewater Collection.

In February 1974, Bob formed a country western band called “Touch of Country” and folks danced to his music across the front range until February of 2008.

Bob was an avid volunteer with the Greeley Saddle Club, Weld County 4-H, 4-H Horse Council, Wranglers, National Western Stock Show, Miss Rodeo Colorado Committee and more recently the Rodeo Chairman for the Greeley Independence Stampede. Bob had a deep love for his family, his horses and his music.

He is survived by his wife Cathy of Eaton, Colo., daughter Stephanie and husband Stuart Gebauer of Eaton, Colo., son David and wife Kirby Moore of Gill, Colo., daughter Julie and husband Mark Reinert of Kersey, Colo. Bob was known as “Gramps” to six grandchildren Justin and Ryan Gebauer, Kolby and Colton Moore and Jacey and Tanner Reinert, three brothers, Leroy and wife Eunice Moore of Brewster, Kan, Dick and wife Maybelle Moore of Colby Kan., Jim and wife Cheryl Moore of Levant, Kan., and three brother in-laws, Murray and wife Diane Mead of Bayfield, Colo., Jim Mead of San Francisco, Calif. and Keith and wife Judy Mead of Aurora, Colo. and one sister in-law, Peggy and husband Steve Gregory of Greeley, Colo., as well as many nieces, nephews and other relatives and friends

He will be greatly missed by all who new and loved him.

Services were held May 16, 2009 at the Island Grove Regional Park Livestock Building.

Donations can be made to the Bob Moore Memorial fund in care of Allnutt Funeral Service, 702 13th St., Greeley, CO 80631, to be distributed to Bob’s favorite charities. The family would like to extend special thanks to Hospice of Northern Colorado.

Friends may view the online obit & send condolences at http://www.allnutt.com.

Robert J. (Bob) Moore, 62, of Greeley passed away May 12, 2009, after a valiant battle with cancer.

He was born November 24, 1946 to Elmer and Ellen Moore. He was raised on a farm Northwest of Colby, Kan. In 1965 he graduated from Brewster High School and two years later completed vocational technical college in Goodland, Kan.

On May 6, 1967 he married Catherine Ann Mead of Colby, Kan. He served three years with the Kansas Army National Guard. He moved to Greeley in 1970 and served an additional three years with the Colorado Air National Guard.

In 1970 he went to work for the city of Greeley and spent the next 38 years as the Superintendent of Wastewater Collection.

In February 1974, Bob formed a country western band called “Touch of Country” and folks danced to his music across the front range until February of 2008.

Bob was an avid volunteer with the Greeley Saddle Club, Weld County 4-H, 4-H Horse Council, Wranglers, National Western Stock Show, Miss Rodeo Colorado Committee and more recently the Rodeo Chairman for the Greeley Independence Stampede. Bob had a deep love for his family, his horses and his music.

He is survived by his wife Cathy of Eaton, Colo., daughter Stephanie and husband Stuart Gebauer of Eaton, Colo., son David and wife Kirby Moore of Gill, Colo., daughter Julie and husband Mark Reinert of Kersey, Colo. Bob was known as “Gramps” to six grandchildren Justin and Ryan Gebauer, Kolby and Colton Moore and Jacey and Tanner Reinert, three brothers, Leroy and wife Eunice Moore of Brewster, Kan, Dick and wife Maybelle Moore of Colby Kan., Jim and wife Cheryl Moore of Levant, Kan., and three brother in-laws, Murray and wife Diane Mead of Bayfield, Colo., Jim Mead of San Francisco, Calif. and Keith and wife Judy Mead of Aurora, Colo. and one sister in-law, Peggy and husband Steve Gregory of Greeley, Colo., as well as many nieces, nephews and other relatives and friends

He will be greatly missed by all who new and loved him.

Services were held May 16, 2009 at the Island Grove Regional Park Livestock Building.

Donations can be made to the Bob Moore Memorial fund in care of Allnutt Funeral Service, 702 13th St., Greeley, CO 80631, to be distributed to Bob’s favorite charities. The family would like to extend special thanks to Hospice of Northern Colorado.

Friends may view the online obit & send condolences at http://www.allnutt.com.

Robert J. (Bob) Moore, 62, of Greeley passed away May 12, 2009, after a valiant battle with cancer.

He was born November 24, 1946 to Elmer and Ellen Moore. He was raised on a farm Northwest of Colby, Kan. In 1965 he graduated from Brewster High School and two years later completed vocational technical college in Goodland, Kan.

On May 6, 1967 he married Catherine Ann Mead of Colby, Kan. He served three years with the Kansas Army National Guard. He moved to Greeley in 1970 and served an additional three years with the Colorado Air National Guard.

In 1970 he went to work for the city of Greeley and spent the next 38 years as the Superintendent of Wastewater Collection.

In February 1974, Bob formed a country western band called “Touch of Country” and folks danced to his music across the front range until February of 2008.

Bob was an avid volunteer with the Greeley Saddle Club, Weld County 4-H, 4-H Horse Council, Wranglers, National Western Stock Show, Miss Rodeo Colorado Committee and more recently the Rodeo Chairman for the Greeley Independence Stampede. Bob had a deep love for his family, his horses and his music.

He is survived by his wife Cathy of Eaton, Colo., daughter Stephanie and husband Stuart Gebauer of Eaton, Colo., son David and wife Kirby Moore of Gill, Colo., daughter Julie and husband Mark Reinert of Kersey, Colo. Bob was known as “Gramps” to six grandchildren Justin and Ryan Gebauer, Kolby and Colton Moore and Jacey and Tanner Reinert, three brothers, Leroy and wife Eunice Moore of Brewster, Kan, Dick and wife Maybelle Moore of Colby Kan., Jim and wife Cheryl Moore of Levant, Kan., and three brother in-laws, Murray and wife Diane Mead of Bayfield, Colo., Jim Mead of San Francisco, Calif. and Keith and wife Judy Mead of Aurora, Colo. and one sister in-law, Peggy and husband Steve Gregory of Greeley, Colo., as well as many nieces, nephews and other relatives and friends

He will be greatly missed by all who new and loved him.

Services were held May 16, 2009 at the Island Grove Regional Park Livestock Building.

Donations can be made to the Bob Moore Memorial fund in care of Allnutt Funeral Service, 702 13th St., Greeley, CO 80631, to be distributed to Bob’s favorite charities. The family would like to extend special thanks to Hospice of Northern Colorado.

Friends may view the online obit & send condolences at http://www.allnutt.com.

Robert J. (Bob) Moore, 62, of Greeley passed away May 12, 2009, after a valiant battle with cancer.

He was born November 24, 1946 to Elmer and Ellen Moore. He was raised on a farm Northwest of Colby, Kan. In 1965 he graduated from Brewster High School and two years later completed vocational technical college in Goodland, Kan.

On May 6, 1967 he married Catherine Ann Mead of Colby, Kan. He served three years with the Kansas Army National Guard. He moved to Greeley in 1970 and served an additional three years with the Colorado Air National Guard.

In 1970 he went to work for the city of Greeley and spent the next 38 years as the Superintendent of Wastewater Collection.

In February 1974, Bob formed a country western band called “Touch of Country” and folks danced to his music across the front range until February of 2008.

Bob was an avid volunteer with the Greeley Saddle Club, Weld County 4-H, 4-H Horse Council, Wranglers, National Western Stock Show, Miss Rodeo Colorado Committee and more recently the Rodeo Chairman for the Greeley Independence Stampede. Bob had a deep love for his family, his horses and his music.

He is survived by his wife Cathy of Eaton, Colo., daughter Stephanie and husband Stuart Gebauer of Eaton, Colo., son David and wife Kirby Moore of Gill, Colo., daughter Julie and husband Mark Reinert of Kersey, Colo. Bob was known as “Gramps” to six grandchildren Justin and Ryan Gebauer, Kolby and Colton Moore and Jacey and Tanner Reinert, three brothers, Leroy and wife Eunice Moore of Brewster, Kan, Dick and wife Maybelle Moore of Colby Kan., Jim and wife Cheryl Moore of Levant, Kan., and three brother in-laws, Murray and wife Diane Mead of Bayfield, Colo., Jim Mead of San Francisco, Calif. and Keith and wife Judy Mead of Aurora, Colo. and one sister in-law, Peggy and husband Steve Gregory of Greeley, Colo., as well as many nieces, nephews and other relatives and friends

He will be greatly missed by all who new and loved him.

Services were held May 16, 2009 at the Island Grove Regional Park Livestock Building.

Donations can be made to the Bob Moore Memorial fund in care of Allnutt Funeral Service, 702 13th St., Greeley, CO 80631, to be distributed to Bob’s favorite charities. The family would like to extend special thanks to Hospice of Northern Colorado.

Friends may view the online obit & send condolences at http://www.allnutt.com.

Robert J. (Bob) Moore, 62, of Greeley passed away May 12, 2009, after a valiant battle with cancer.

He was born November 24, 1946 to Elmer and Ellen Moore. He was raised on a farm Northwest of Colby, Kan. In 1965 he graduated from Brewster High School and two years later completed vocational technical college in Goodland, Kan.

On May 6, 1967 he married Catherine Ann Mead of Colby, Kan. He served three years with the Kansas Army National Guard. He moved to Greeley in 1970 and served an additional three years with the Colorado Air National Guard.

In 1970 he went to work for the city of Greeley and spent the next 38 years as the Superintendent of Wastewater Collection.

In February 1974, Bob formed a country western band called “Touch of Country” and folks danced to his music across the front range until February of 2008.

Bob was an avid volunteer with the Greeley Saddle Club, Weld County 4-H, 4-H Horse Council, Wranglers, National Western Stock Show, Miss Rodeo Colorado Committee and more recently the Rodeo Chairman for the Greeley Independence Stampede. Bob had a deep love for his family, his horses and his music.

He is survived by his wife Cathy of Eaton, Colo., daughter Stephanie and husband Stuart Gebauer of Eaton, Colo., son David and wife Kirby Moore of Gill, Colo., daughter Julie and husband Mark Reinert of Kersey, Colo. Bob was known as “Gramps” to six grandchildren Justin and Ryan Gebauer, Kolby and Colton Moore and Jacey and Tanner Reinert, three brothers, Leroy and wife Eunice Moore of Brewster, Kan, Dick and wife Maybelle Moore of Colby Kan., Jim and wife Cheryl Moore of Levant, Kan., and three brother in-laws, Murray and wife Diane Mead of Bayfield, Colo., Jim Mead of San Francisco, Calif. and Keith and wife Judy Mead of Aurora, Colo. and one sister in-law, Peggy and husband Steve Gregory of Greeley, Colo., as well as many nieces, nephews and other relatives and friends

He will be greatly missed by all who new and loved him.

Services were held May 16, 2009 at the Island Grove Regional Park Livestock Building.

Donations can be made to the Bob Moore Memorial fund in care of Allnutt Funeral Service, 702 13th St., Greeley, CO 80631, to be distributed to Bob’s favorite charities. The family would like to extend special thanks to Hospice of Northern Colorado.

Friends may view the online obit & send condolences at http://www.allnutt.com.

Robert J. (Bob) Moore, 62, of Greeley passed away May 12, 2009, after a valiant battle with cancer.

He was born November 24, 1946 to Elmer and Ellen Moore. He was raised on a farm Northwest of Colby, Kan. In 1965 he graduated from Brewster High School and two years later completed vocational technical college in Goodland, Kan.

On May 6, 1967 he married Catherine Ann Mead of Colby, Kan. He served three years with the Kansas Army National Guard. He moved to Greeley in 1970 and served an additional three years with the Colorado Air National Guard.

In 1970 he went to work for the city of Greeley and spent the next 38 years as the Superintendent of Wastewater Collection.

In February 1974, Bob formed a country western band called “Touch of Country” and folks danced to his music across the front range until February of 2008.

Bob was an avid volunteer with the Greeley Saddle Club, Weld County 4-H, 4-H Horse Council, Wranglers, National Western Stock Show, Miss Rodeo Colorado Committee and more recently the Rodeo Chairman for the Greeley Independence Stampede. Bob had a deep love for his family, his horses and his music.

He is survived by his wife Cathy of Eaton, Colo., daughter Stephanie and husband Stuart Gebauer of Eaton, Colo., son David and wife Kirby Moore of Gill, Colo., daughter Julie and husband Mark Reinert of Kersey, Colo. Bob was known as “Gramps” to six grandchildren Justin and Ryan Gebauer, Kolby and Colton Moore and Jacey and Tanner Reinert, three brothers, Leroy and wife Eunice Moore of Brewster, Kan, Dick and wife Maybelle Moore of Colby Kan., Jim and wife Cheryl Moore of Levant, Kan., and three brother in-laws, Murray and wife Diane Mead of Bayfield, Colo., Jim Mead of San Francisco, Calif. and Keith and wife Judy Mead of Aurora, Colo. and one sister in-law, Peggy and husband Steve Gregory of Greeley, Colo., as well as many nieces, nephews and other relatives and friends

He will be greatly missed by all who new and loved him.

Services were held May 16, 2009 at the Island Grove Regional Park Livestock Building.

Donations can be made to the Bob Moore Memorial fund in care of Allnutt Funeral Service, 702 13th St., Greeley, CO 80631, to be distributed to Bob’s favorite charities. The family would like to extend special thanks to Hospice of Northern Colorado.

Friends may view the online obit & send condolences at http://www.allnutt.com.


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