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March 26, 2015
I was thinking today of when I lived in Pittsfield. I was so surprised and pleased when I bumped into you and found out you lived down the street. I never forgot what a kind principal you were at GHS. We laughed about an assembly my Freshman year when you told our class we were as bad as the Juniors were good! We were a rowdy crowd! Just wanted to drop a line and say thank you. My kids still talk about you. They are grown up now, but still remeber Mr. Moulton. Hope you are enjoying Heaven! RIP You are remembered.
February 23, 2015
You certainly left an impression with so many. Your name comes up whenever speaking with classmates of past. Thanks for putting us on the right path in life in 1975...
December 12, 2014
although i did not know him very well he was a friend of my fathers (giles day) for many years and was principal for my brothers and sisters sorry to here of his passing
September 02, 2013
A nicer man never lived! He is in the memory of everyone who ever knew him. He was a teacher when I knew him in the early 50s and principal for my children. Rest in peace Uncle Moulty!!
September 02, 2013
Mr. Moulton was my teacher at Goffstown High School Class of 55'. We were so fond of him as a person and a teacher we called him "Uncle Moultie" He was a wonderful teacher in that I still remember the things he taught us. I have thought of him often through out my life and I remember him fondly. I know he is in the arms of Jesus because he lived with honor and love. He will be greatly missed.
August 08, 2013
I was saddened to learn of Mr. Moultons passing. My condolences to his family and friends. He was respected and well liked as a teacher, principal and coach at GHS. He was a good man.
June 20, 2013
Even though Bob started out as an English teacher, we doubt that he understands the meaning of the phrase “eternal rest”. Saint Peter probably greeted him with “Thank God you're here!” and invited him to double-check the rosters of Heaven, allowing him to continue his role of service to God, his country, his community, and everyone he encounters.

Thank you Bob for showing all of us how to take the high road, maintain our integrity, deal with life's challenges, and choose kindness and charity to move forward with our lives.

There are no words to express how much we will miss you, especially your laughter. See you again, dear friend.
June 03, 2013
Thanks For Serving Citizens Both Here In America, And OverSeas.

~Rian Doyle (PMHS Class Of 2016, Pittsfield, NH)
June 02, 2013
One of nature's true gentleman. Always a smile, never even heard a harsh word. How many high school principals can you say that about. Thanks for all your tremendous efforts on our behalf. GHS Class of 1974
May 29, 2013
Thank you, Mr. Moulton, for your guidance and support during a critical period in many lives.
It was a small incident, but I remember an assembly after damages to a bathroom. What stood out was your message of respecting the building and caring for the place in which we were provided an education. It was a revelation that your regard and respect for people extended to the place and not that the place was more important than the people who used it.
Of course, there was nothing sweeter than your smile and asking how we were doing. Discipline meant high expectations and holding students to standards, along with your respect and personal concern. You set an example for authority; exhibited self-control; made everyone feel welcome; showed your passion for teaching (which many administrators lack); and, made the school a safe place giving everyone who wanted to the opportunity to learn.
Your legacy is the thousands of lives you touched and inspired. I am pleased to have the opportunity to write this tribute for those who remain.

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