James-Moore-Obituary

James Moore

San Francisco, California

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Jim - Farewell and thank you for all that you have done to help Boys & Girls Clubs of Oakland to help deserving kids through your 65 years of involvement and very generous support. We will miss your unparalleled kindness and gentlemanly demeanor.

Dear Mr. Moore,
One of my favorite things to do was to sit with you, Ron and Greg next to the fireplace on cold nights, listening to your spunky stories. Thank you for your kindness and beautiful spirit.
Love,
Reiko Fujii, Alamo, CA.

Dear Jim,
I shall always remember you jumping out of the big old black Cadillac from Athen and pushing through the weeds to be our first and only visitor in 1973. Now Nemea has more than 40,000 visitors every year, and you played a major role in making Nemea into a learning center about our common Greek heritage. Thank you.

Dear Uncle Jim:Thanks for all the joy we got from your books, especially the The Moore Dry Dock Company and more recently the Poetry book. I am glad you completed it.It is a real legacy. Molly Barnes Caputo

Uncle Jim, you were an inspiration to all of your relatives. When I grow up, I want to be just like you.
Your loving nephew, Joe Mock

Thank You for being such a Wonderful Father!
Your Beautiful, Kind, Generous Spirit is reflected in the Love, and High Esteem of those who knew You, and Your Many, Many Accomplishments have truly made this a Much Brighter World!
I will miss You Always!
Love You Dad,
Ron

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James R. Moore James Rolph Moore passed away in his home on Tuesday, March 20th at the age of 100. Jim was fortunate to have lived a long and productive life. Born to a pioneer family in San Francisco on July 21, 1911, he was a third generation San Franciscan whose grandfather arrived during the...

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