Robert O. Moore

Robert O. Moore Jr. 59, of Pleasant Prairie, passed away on Monday, September 19, 2022. He was born to Robert O. Moore Sr. and Sandra M. (Barber) Forshee on March 8, 1963 in Muncie, Indiana.  He went to High School in Muncie and joined the Army at age 17.  He went on to be a very successful Non-commissioned officer spanning over a 28-year career in the Army.  He retired from active duty after finishing a tour teaching young men and women at Wheaton College in Wheaton, IL in May 2010. He continued to work as a public servant for the Department of Defense for another 12 years.

Rob loved spending time with his family, especially his grandchildren.  He also enjoyed Nascar, hunting, fishing, camping and his dogs.

He is survived by his wife Melissa, sons, Robert (partner Nicole) and Joshua, stepson, Jacob (partner Melissa) stepdaughters, Morgan (husband Corey) and Stephanie Partner Derrick), sisters, Terry (husband Bobby) and Tina, his nephew, Jerimiah, and 11 grandchildren.

Rob was preceded in death by his father Robert and his mother Sandra.

He was a man of devout faith and commitment to God, family, and country. He will be missed by all who knew him.

Funeral Services will be held on Sunday, September 25, 2022 at First Christian Church (13022 Wilmot Rd, Bristol, WI.)  Visitation will be from 2pm till 4pm with a service following the visitation at 4pm and reception immediately following service.

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Thoughts for Robert O. Moore;

  • My big brother…you will be missed so much. You taught me about Jesus and now you are walking with Jesus. You will always be in my heart and forever in my thoughts until the day I see you again in Heaven. Peace and eternity is yours forever now. I love you! ❤️ your little sis…Terry

  • Mr. Moore you will truly be missed. I have known you for over 17 years and HQS, 3rd Brigade will never be the same without you there. May the Lord bless and keep you in His ever loving arms! R.I.P. my good man, your journey is done! Until we meet again!

  • You are truly missed by all who knew you. I miss the comment you always made to me every morning at Wheaton “good morning grouch” . God bless you.

  • Roger Rabiego LTC (RET) U.S. Army says:

    Rest in Peace Soldier.. Will always remember you as the consummate professional, guided by your faith in God, Country and Family. Won’t forget our time in the 3rd Brigade and my daily visits to Operations for your sage wisdom and mentoring.
    God Bless my friend and rest easy.

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