OBITUARY

Robert Hunter Moles

August 10, 1917February 11, 2013

Robert Hunter Moles, 95, a native of Denver, CO and a longtime resident of Baton Rouge, LA passed away on Monday, February 11, 2013. A retired accountant with Ethyl Corporation and a longtime member of University Methodist Church, Robert was a founding member of the United Way Campaign in Baton Rouge. He adored his family and loved gardening. Robert is survived by his children: Roberta Greene and husband Kenny, and Carolyn Rand and husband Mark; grandchildren: Minette, Daphne, Laura, Helen, George, Robert, Elizabeth, and James; great grandchildren: Rachael, Lauren, Jonathan, Garrett, Sarah, Michael, Celeste, Addi, Hudson and Leah; and siblings Arthur Moles, Walton Moles and LeVergne Fogleman. Robert is preceded in death by his first wife Blanche Gibbons Moles; second wife Mikki Klaus Moles; daughter Bonnie Moles Wicker; and parents Hunter and Pauline Moles. Visitation will be held at Greenoaks Funeral Home on Saturday, February 16, 2013 from 11am until service time at 2pm. Interment will follow in Greenoaks Memorial Park. Condolences for the family may be left at www.greenoaksfunerals.com

Services

  • Visitation Saturday, February 16, 2013
  • Funeral Service Saturday, February 16, 2013
REMEMBERING

Robert Hunter Moles

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February 19, 2013

Dear Moles and Wicker families. My family is very sorry to hear of the death of Bob. Due to illness this is the best way to express our condolences and remind you of the many great ties and memories our families shared. I believe our parents stood in each others wedding. My family moved from BR when mom and dad married, but everytime they were visiting family (the C.E. Craigs) they spent time with Bob and his family. When I began teaching, I carpooled with Wick and because we lived around the corner, I was there when Minette, Helen and Laura were babies. Wick and Bonnie and Harry and I ended up in the same Sunday School class at Blackwater UMC, therefore, continuing our friendship. Minette, Helen, and Laura came to our home in Park Forest to trick or treat. Our dog was one of a litter that was born out on Lovett Road. It is my loss that I did not continue to keep up with the Moles and Wickers as life sped by. I know that you all have wonderful memories of the person that I really only knew through my parents. Hold tight to those memories and share them often with your family. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you as you go through the next days and into the months and years to come.

contact if you wish: Ann Craig Clarke and Harry Mills

Cecile O'Sullivan

February 16, 2013

Dr. Moles, Laura, Minette and the entire Moles Family,
I didn't get the information soon enough to go to the funeral home today to be there for you all, so I'm sending my condolences to each of you via this online guest book. I was one of Dr. Moles hygienist and have fond memories of "Brother Bob" in my 18 years of seeing him around the office, from 1991 to 2009. Please find comfort in all the wonderful memories you have of him AND I know there are alot. I have a few of my own memories, too! So sorry to hear of his passing.

February 16, 2013

To the family of Bob Moles -
MY FAMILY rented from you Dad when we were children we played together sometimes. Your family and mine were
good friends for a long time after we moved. Your Dad & Mom remain friends of ours for some time after we moved.
Your Dad will always be remembered by me and he will be in my prayers. Marcia Strahan.

February 14, 2013

Dear Family of Bob Moles, We have many great memories of Bob and his dad. I was privileged to have worked with Bob at Ethyl to learn some gardening knowledge from his dad. Best wishes to all of the family. David and Anne Johnson

Shirley Price

February 14, 2013

I remember Bob Moles and his wife from our days at Ethyl Corporation during the 1960 and 70s. My husband, Leon Price, spoke well of him and his integrity. At that time the accounting department seemed like a big family of brothers and sisters who actually enjoyed spending hours together at their jobs. I think we all stayed close through the yaars. Though Leon retired early in 1979 and we moved away, he remembered his friends, including Bob, in a very respectful way. I believe that many of our Ethyl friends have walked into the presence of God and are there waiting for that day when we will all arrive. Leon entered July 23, 2009. God bless Bob's family at this time and cause them to be comforted.
Shirley Price (wife of Leon Price)

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