OBITUARY

Robert "Bobby" Bobarino Harry Moore

January 19, 1964May 25, 2018
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Robert (Bob) Harry Moore , born January 19, 1964 to Bob and Doris Moore of Haslett, passed away unexpectedly on May 25, 2018 at age 54 at his home near Williamston. Bob is survived by his parents, his wife of 29 years, Linda (Hetzer) Moore, three sisters: Gerry Moore of Eaton Rapids, Cherry (Mike) Hackworth of Lansing, and Deb (Vern) Gibbs of Mason; four nephews: Will Wing, Fred Wing, Vern Gibbs III, and Eric Gibbs; two nieces: Nicole Dunn and Terri Hackworth; as well as many in-laws, neighbors, friends, and business associates. He also leaves behind his fur babies, Whiskers and Harley.

Bob and Linda were high school sweethearts who started dating at the ripe old age of fifteen. Bob spent a lifetime building his beautiful home. He loved his yard, Linda’s animals, bomb fires, snowmobiling, canoeing, camping, vacations and spending time with family and friends. He was a very hard working man, especially when it came to his business, Moore’s Trucking, which he owned and operated from the ground up.

Even though they had no children, so many youngsters thought of him as “Uncle Bob.” He opened his door to anyone who needed anything and helped in any way he could. That is how he got the nickname “Brother Bob.” Everyone was either a brother or sister to him.

Visitation is scheduled from 2-4pm and 6-8pm on Thursday at Gorsline Runciman Funeral Home in Williamston. The memorial service is Friday at 11am at First Baptist Church, 3185 N Williamston Rd, Williamston, with a graveside service to follow at Summit Cemetery. Those wishing may make a contribution to Bob’s wife to assist with funeral expenses.

  • FAMILY

  • Bobby and Doris (Larson) Moore, Parents
  • Linda (Hetzer) Moore, Wife of 29 years
  • Gerry Moore, Sister
  • Cherry (Mike) Hackworth, Sister
  • Deb and Vern Gibbs, Sister
  • Will Wing, Nephew
  • Fred Wing, Nephew
  • Vern Gibbs III, Nephew
  • Eric Gibbs, Nephew
  • Nicole Dunn, Niece
  • Terri Hackworth, Niece
  • Whiskers and Harley, Beloved fur babies
  • Bobby also leaves behind many in-laws, neighbors, friends, and business associates to cherish him in memory.
  • PALLBEARERS

  • LaVern Gibbs III
  • Eric Gibbs
  • William Wing
  • Fred Wing
  • Chad Yoemans
  • Johnny Pratt
  • Nicole Dunn, Honorary
  • Terri Hackworth , Honorary
  • DONATIONS

  • In lieu of flowers, those desiring may make contributions to the family to assist with funeral expences.

Services

  • Visitation Thursday, May 31, 2018
  • Visitation Thursday, May 31, 2018
  • Visitation Friday, June 1, 2018
  • Funeral Service Friday, June 1, 2018
REMEMBERING

Robert "Bobby" Bobarino Harry Moore

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Linda Moore

July 4, 2018


My Darling Husband, My Love,
I remember the first time we fell in love.
*68 Olds Cutlass. I was dating your best friend and we were cruzing the back roads showing off doing fish tails, just the 3 of us. With bucket seats, where was I supposed to sit? Well right between you two on that darn console. When we landed in the ditch, I fell in your lap. We blossomed from that moment on. Thank you!
I was only 15 and madly in love with you. We grew up And together. So many stories to tell, made so many friends.
*You have your own little dictionary of words and nicknames for people. What was your name?
As for me, you called me Ellie May.
My love for animals…You acted like a tuff guy and didn’t want to show your affection for animals. But, I knew, behind my back you loved and hated all my animals I rescue and bring home. Rather it be, Horses, Donkey’s, dogs, cats, squirrels, raccoons and most recently the little possum Petey! Silly Human you would say.
*Oh, and the adventures we shared. Traveling Out West, Seeing as many places as possible with the time limits you put on me. Many traveling, Storm Chasing and camping trips. We did boating, snowmobiling, fishing or just to hang out….Been to Cancun, Las Vegas, houseboat trips, sky diving, cruises, camping, 4 wheeling on remote islands and sand dunes. We even did some sailing. You were such a homebody….ya, right! As, I look through all the pictures, it was clear to me. We lived the DREAM!
*Then there was work. You are a hard-working man. Dedicated! Most recent endeavor. One day we saw a sign on the door of Menards (Be your own BOSS!) Wow, what an Adventure. Bought a Semi. You even let me drive the truck! You spent more time washing, pampering and maintenance that thing that I was jealous. You put your heart in whatever you did. I am PROUD of you!
*Your smile! Left an impression and touched so many lives. Rather it be nickname, a catch phrase, a gentleman’s hand shake or a Heartfelt hug.






stan Smith

May 30, 2018

Bobby. R.I.P Bro. Heavenly peace. praying for your family God speed an healin. blessings.we had fun in the days ago 🎵🕇♞lv.stan A.k.A.Cooky .77.

James Risdon

May 30, 2018

Linda,
Very sorry to hear about Bobby.
James Risdon and Family.

Dan and Denise Ruble

May 30, 2018

Going to miss him. Every morning and night we would hear Bob come and go in his beautiful truck and say there goes or here comes Bob Job. Always had a smile and would do anything for anyone. Dan will miss having a beer with him. Just in April we were rounding up the burros.

Jovonne Mosher

May 29, 2018

Linda, Bobby was such a sweet kind gentle guy, you are in my prayers ❤️

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Biography

Robert (Bob) Harry Moore , born January 19, 1964 to Bob and Doris Moore of Haslett, passed away unexpectedly on May 25, 2018 at age 54 at his home near Williamston. Bob is survived by his parents, his wife of 29 years, Linda (Hetzer) Moore, three sisters: Gerry Moore of Eaton Rapids, Cherry (Mike) Hackworth of Lansing, and Deb (Vern) Gibbs of Mason; four nephews: Will Wing, Fred Wing, Vern Gibbs III, and Eric Gibbs; two nieces: Nicole Dunn and Terri Hackworth; as well as many in-laws, neighbors, friends, and business associates. He also leaves behind his fur babies, Whiskers and Harley.
Bob and Linda were high school sweethearts who started dating at the ripe old age of fifteen. Bob spent a lifetime building his beautiful home. He loved his yard, Linda’s animals, bomb fires, snowmobiling, canoeing, camping, vacations and spending time with family and friends. He was a very hard working man, especially when it came to his business, Moore’s Trucking, which he owned and operated from the ground up.
Even though they had no children, so many youngsters thought of him as “Uncle Bob.” He opened his door to anyone who needed anything and helped in any way he could. That is how he got the nickname “Brother Bob.” Everyone was either a brother or sister to him.