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Patricia A. Moore

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Patricia A. Moore Obituary
Patricia Ann (Patty) Moore, 78, died Sunday, January 28, at Kindred Hospital in Ontario, California.

She is survived by her husband of 59 years, John Robert (Bob) Moore; her three sons, John Robert Moore Jr., Terry Alan Moore, and Richard Douglas Moore; her sisters, Margaret (Peggy) Roza, Susan (Sue) Larkey, and Barbara Jean (Jeanie) Powers; her brothers, James Meinhart and Clair Eugene (Buddy) Meinhart; and her beloved Labrador Retrievers, Mollie and Maggie. She is preceded in death by her parents Clair (Bud) and Mary Meinhart and her brothers Robert (Bobby) Meinhart, Gary (Tommy) Meinhart, and George Meinhart.

Patty was born in 1939 in Pittsburg, Pennsylvania. In 1953, her family moved to Whittier, California. Shortly after their move, she met her future husband whose family also moved to California from Pennsylvania. Patty graduated from California High School in 1958 and married Bob in June of the same year. In 1964, the Moore family moved to Montclair, California.

A loving wife and mother, Patty always took excellent care of her home and family. Patty and Bob loved being together. In 1988, they shared their 30th anniversary in the very same Big Bear cabin where they had honeymooned. They enjoyed a Caribbean cruise on their 28th anniversary and a voyage to Alaska on their 37th.

Patty attended Chaffey College in Rancho Cucamonga. She worked as an Avon representative and as a data processor for Chino DHIA and Nordstrom’s and Mervyn’s distribution centers. Camping and fishing were two activities she especially enjoyed with her family and friends. Her favorite hobbies were sewing, photo collaging, scrapbook making, and doll house building. She loved gambling in Las Vegas, bowling in leagues and with her family, and hosting Bunco parties. Her favorite soap was All My Children, and she adored the music of Neil Diamond.
Published in Inland Valley Daily Bulletin on Feb. 25, 2018
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