Richard Terry Moore

June 2, 1937 ~ July 16, 2018

Richard Terry Moore, 81, of Carson City, Nevada, passed away on July 16, 2018 at Brookdale-Reno in Reno, Nevada.

Richard was born in San Francisco, California on June 2, 1937. He graduated from Santa Monica High School and attended UCLA graduating with a degree in Finance. He obtained his Masters

Degree in Hospital Administration through the Univesity of Iowa. While finishing his Masters Degree at UC Medical Center in San Francisco he met Barbara Louise Kaefer, an RN, practicing at the same location. Richard and Barbara were married on June 6, 1964. They were married for 54 years. Richard worked throughout his career as a Hospital Administrator in California, Montana and Oregon. Barbara and Richard retired to Carson City in 2000.

Richard was a member of the First United Methodist Church in Carson City. His interests were sports and politics. He was one of the original members of the Carson City Men’s Club. He was also an active member of the Republican Party and served twice as a state delegate. He played tennis in the Cason City tennis program and was an avid fan of the UCLA Bruins.

He is survived by his wife Barbara; sons Richard W. Moore (Ruth) and Scott A. Moore (Brenda); five grandchildren, Sarah, Allison, Kristi, Isaac and Samuel; brother Stephen Moore (Sandra); sister Susan Anderson (Bruce); and numerous nieces, nephews, great nieces and great nephews.

A Celebration of Life will be held at the First United Methodist Church, 212 N. Division St. in Carson City on October 6th. Further details will be communicated at a later date.

Memorial donations may be made to the First United Methodist Church of Carson City, 400 W. King St., Suite 100, Carson City, NV 89703 or to the Alzheimers Association of Northern Nevada, 1301 Cordone Ave.,Suite 180, Reno, NV 89502

The family of Richard Moore wishes to thank the staff and administration of Brookdale-Reno and the Comunity Hospice of Northern Nevada for their loving cae and support.


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