Robert L Moore

Born: Sun., Apr. 13, 1930
Died: Fri., Dec. 8, 2017


Visitation

10:00 AM to 11:00 AM, Tue., Dec. 12, 2017
Location: St. John the Evangelist Church


Memorial Mass

11:00 AM Tue., Dec. 12, 2017
Location: St. John the Evangelist Church


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Robert L. Moore, 87, 309 River Road East, died Friday morning, December 8 at Claxton-Hepburn Medical Center, where he had been admitted on Tuesday December 5, 2017.

The family will receive friends from 10:00 until the time of the Memorial Mass on Tuesday morning at 11:00 at St. John The Evangelist Church, 506 Gouverneur Street, Morristown with Rev. Fr. Chris Carrara, Pastor, officiating.

Bob is survived by his wife Sally, three sons and one daughter-in-law, Thomas and his wife, Laura, Milwaukee, WI, John R., Morristown, and William, Ogdensburg; five grandchildren, Megan, Sean, Timothy, all of Milwaukee, WI, Nicholas and Chloe, Pillar Point, NY.

Also surviving are numerous nieces and nephews.

Mr. Moore is predeceased by his mother and father and three brothers, Erno, Richard and Calvin.

In lieu of flowers the family suggests a contribution, for those who wish, to Multiple Sclerosis Foundation 1000 Elmwood Avenue, Suite 900, Rochester, NY 14620 or to the Morristown Public Library, 200 Main Street, Morristown, 13664. Condolences and photos made be shared at www.IslandViewfs.com

Bob was born in Ogdensburg on April 13, 1930 a son of Seeber and Josephene Erno Moore and graduated from St. Mary’s High School in Ogdensburg in 1947.

At the age of 7 until he was 12, he worked as a paperboy in Ogdensburg, then when he was 14 until 16 years old he worked in the hospital kitchen during WWII and managed a pool room after school and weekends when he was 15 until he was 17.

After graduating from High School, Bob went to work at the Diamond Match Company starting as a Laborer and progressing to Office Manager, where he met his wife Sally.

Mr. Moore served in the US Army as a Special Agent, Counter Intelligence Corps, 15th Infantry Regiment, 3rd Infantry Division in Korea from 1952 until he was honorably discharged on February 24, 1954.

Bob graduated from St. Lawrence University and the Albany Law School on the same day where he was Phi Beta Kappa at SLU and graduated from Union College in Schenectady.

Mr. Moore then went to work at The Federal Bureau of Investigation, FBI, from 1959 until 1985. He worked as a Special Agent first in Chicago in Criminal Matters, then Detroit for five years in Organized Crime then in San Juan and St. Thomas VI as a Resident Agent, before moving to FBI Headquarters until 1976. He worked from 1976-77 in the Liaison Section at the White House.

Bob was a Legal Attache’ from 1977 at the US Embassy in Ottawa and then in London until 1985.

After he retired in 1985 Mr. Moore continued to do background checks for the US Department of State, the FBI, the US Department of Defense and the US Customs service until the fall of 2017.

Bob enjoyed reading about history, especially the Civil War, being with his family and working.

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Louise & Randy Wright
   Posted Mon December 11, 2017
Dear Moore Families,

Please accept our most sincere condolences........

Louise & Randy Wright
Wright's Marine


Shelby Ploof (Moore)
   Posted Mon December 11, 2017
Aunt Sally & family,

I am so sorry to hear the passing of Uncle Bob, he was such a gentle soul and always enjoyed our talks. I will miss him dearly and wish I could be home to say my goodbyes.
I will be thinking of you all

Love Shelby

Deborah williams
   Posted Mon December 11, 2017
Our sincere condolences to your family. My father was Adrian Moran who passed away 22 years ago. He was a cousin to Robert. Prayers and thoughts🙏🏻

Betty Smith
   Posted Mon December 11, 2017
To Sally and her family. My sincere sympathy to you and your family. Bob was a great guy who gave so much of his time to various organizations to insure their success. No one worked harder. It was an honor to know and work with him.

Carol Schaefer
   Posted Tue December 12, 2017
Dear Sally

So very sorry to learn of Bob's passing. You are in my thoughts. I know your family and friends will support you at this sad time.

Sincerely
Carol Schaefer

Sheri Moore
   Posted Tue December 12, 2017
Aunt Sally and Family,

I am so sorry to hear about Uncle Bob. He always brought such a bright light to every conversation. He was always quick to talk about our shared adventures. I will cherish those talks and our shared loves for the Military, SLU, and family. Sending my love to you all from Korea. Love Sheri

Bill Brunet
   Posted Tue December 12, 2017
Prayers for the Moore family, son John, and his family members.....

Mahlon and Betty Clements
   Posted Tue December 12, 2017
Betty and I were driving south thru the Adirondacks to visit our son Tom, when the car spun out and hit a snow bank. We did not know how we were going to get the car out of the snow. And along came a VW driven by Bob Moore, and he offered to help. While the VW did not have enough power to remove our Lincoln, he found someone with a truck, and got us out of the snow bank. We will always remember Bob's concern and willingness to help. Bob will be missed by his friends neighbors and family.

kevin moore
   Posted Wed January 17, 2018
Aunt Sally,Tom.John, William. So sorry to have just heard of uncle Bob passing.Our family is slowly shrinking.Uncle Bob was a hard working and very respectful man.We all are so very sorry.

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