Robert E. “Bobby” Moore, 81 years of Narvon, formerly of Elverson, passed away on Wednesday, April 10, 2024, at Zerbe Sisters Nursing Center, following an illness.

He was born in Elverson on Thursday, January 28, 1943. Bobby was the son of the late Ellsworth F. and LaRue P. (Neiman) Moore.

He was employed for 21+ years at the former Graco Plant in Elverson. Bobby was a faithful member of the High Point Baptist Church. He enjoyed gardening, puzzles, bike riding and loved to socialize with family and friends.

Bobby was preceded in death by a sister, Mary J. Grubb in 2005, a nephew, Tommy Lakeman in 2021 and a nephew, Jimmy Lakeman in 2017.

Surviving is a sister, Nancy J. and her husband Nick Antoniolli of Parkview, MD, a brother-in-law, Doug and his wife Terri Vieldhouse of Elverson, two nephews, Robert Grubb and Scott Vieldhouse and a dear friend, Rodney Breyer and his family.

A funeral service will be held on Saturday, April 20, 2024, at 11 AM from The Labs Funeral Home, Inc., 141 Pequea Ave., Honey Brook, Pa., with Pastor Paul Caughill officiating. Interment will follow at the Caernarvon Cemetery. A calling hour will be held from 10 to 11 AM at the funeral home.

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Bobby's dad used to be my late Mom,Grace Mauger & my mail man.Bobby ALWAYS had a bright smile. I believe he walking the streets of Gold,with all our loved ones. My SINCERE Christian sympathy,to family & friend. Art Mauger

~ Art Mauger Phoenixville , Pa
4/18/2024 10:33:02 AM

I'm so glad that Bobby is with the Lord. Bobby was always with a smile.

~ Marsha Dawson New Holland, PA
4/14/2024 10:15:38 PM

I can only imagine what it was like for Bobby to step on shore and see his Savior face to face. To realize he could see clearly, hear with no trouble and walk with no effort nor hurting feet. I've heard Bobby pray and now he is with the Lord he loves. I will miss his calls, but, oh how glad I am for this man who loved the Lord with all his heart. With his father's sense of humor, I'm sure many are laughing at his quick wit. Rest well, dear friend. I will see you again.

~ Nancy Nelson
4/12/2024 2:38:17 PM

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