FitzHenry’s Carson Valley Funeral Home

1637 Esmeralda Place, Minden, NV


Robert J Moore

October 3, 1923November 21, 2019

Retired Lt. Commander Robert "Bob" J. Moore born 10/03/1923 passed quietly in his home on 11/21/2019. Bob served in the Navy for 35 years and then worked for the Dept. of Defense. After retiring, he joined the Elks where he was heavily involved including serving a year as the NV State President. He was one of founders of the NV Pony Express Re-ride and rode his route until he was 94 years old. Bob also served on the Douglas County Sheriff's Posse. He was of great service to his country and community. The memorial will be held at St. Gall Catholic Church at 1343 Centerville Ln. Gardnerville NV on Dec. 7, 2019 at 10:00 AM. There will be a graveside service following the memorial at Eastside Cemetery at 1600 Buckeye Rd Minden, NV. Reception will follow at The Elks Lodge, 1277 Kimmerling Rd. Gardnerville, NV. Bob is survived by son Robert Moore, daughter Cindy Moore, and step son Michael Armstrong.


  • Funeral Mass Saturday, December 7, 2019
  • Graveside Service Saturday, December 7, 2019


Robert J Moore

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Mike Ryan

December 6, 2019

Bob was "THE GUY" in XP - the longest active member in Nv Division. He kept the group on track through the bylaws. A huge influence to the scholarsip process fom the inception of the idea when we passed a hat around the room and collected the change we had in our pockets all the way to the chance to dispense two scholarships in one year. He believed in fair opportuntiy, transparency and the chance to bolster the prospects of recipients of those scholarships. Not always the most liked guy in the room, but those that knew Bob had tremendous respect for him. His experience from his Elks involvement helped a great deal with the XP scholarships.
Bob's dedication and commitment both at war and at peace gave the rest of us the life and liberty's we know today. He was a member of THE GREATEST GENERATION always working toward a greater good for our society.
I am a better person having known Bob. I feel blessed to consider him my friend. I will miss Bob and Darlene, but know they are well mounted and riding across beautiful landscapes enjoying each other for eternity. Rest in Peace my friends.