Robert Ray Moore

Robert Ray Moore, 64, of Dickinson, passed away March 21, 2024 at his home.  Robert was born April 28, 1959, to Robert Eugene Moore and Billie Jean Clark in Memphis, Tennessee. He proudly served his country for twenty years in the U. S. Air Force.  Robert will be remembered as a devoted husband, father, and grandfather.

Robert was preceded in death by his father Robert Moore; mother Billy Jean Clark; stepfather Norman Clark; brother Mike Holmes; mother-in-law Jean Hamon; father-in-law Otis Hamon; and brother-in-law Lionel Hamon.

He leaves behind to cherish his memory his beloved wife of 46 years, Sharon Mae Moore; daughter Candice Harris and husband Brock; son Shane Moore and wife Kara; brothers David Moore and wife Theresa, Kevin Clark and wife Yvette, and Gary Holmes and wife Cindy; sisters-in-law Karen Schmidt and husband George, and Sherry Holmes; sister Debbie Rose; granddaughters Evelyn Moore and Aria Harris; numerous nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles, and friends.

In his honor there will be a funeral service 2:00 PM, Tuesday, March 26, 2024, with visitation one hour prior, at Crowder Funeral Home Chapel, Dickinson, Texas. Committal service will follow the service at Hayes Grace Memorial Park, Hitchcock, TX. Pastor Alex Yovan officiating.


  1. My deepest condolences to your

    Gayleen Supak
  2. Robert Moore:

    May you always walk in sunshine,
    and God’s around you flow.
    For the happiness you gave us,
    No one will ever know.
    It broke our hearts to lose you,
    But you did not go alone.
    A part of us went with you
    The day God called you home.
    A million times we needed you
    A million times we cried.
    If love could only have saved you
    You would’ve never died.

    The Lord be with you and may you rest in peace

    Raoul Cortes
  3. Bob was my very Special brother who always tried to look after me. We had a Wonderful bond that I will always cherish. My heart is crushed and I want his wife and children to know that I am here for them if ever they need anything. My thoughts prayers go out to them.

    David Moore
  4. Bob Moore was a man who will be truly missed. There was nothing he wouldn’t do for you. He was kind, generous, loved music, his beautiful wife , his children, family and friends. The world has lost a man of faith and a heart of gold. We love you Bob.
    The Luedtkes ❤️

    Teri Luedtke
  5. I am so sorry for your loss. You & your family are in my thoughts and prayers.

    Shirley Broussard
  6. I am sorry for your loss, Bless you Sharon and family.

    Barbara Dawson
  7. All my Love And Condolences go out to the family of Robert Moore. Bobby, My first Nephew, will forever be in my heart! Love to all, Betty Moore Huber, Eric and Rhonda Huber and Lynda Huber Davis.

    Betty Huber
  8. Bob you will be missed! The Doherty’s will never be the same. Thank you for treating us like family. We love you Sharon, Candace, and Shane. We’re praying for y’all!

    John Doherty
  9. I’m so sorry to hear this, Debbie. I remember us all playing together when we were kids while our mothers drank coffee. Praying for peace and comfort.

    Debbie Pazzalia
  10. Bob was one of the colleagues we could always count on at work. He would take ownership, he would lead the team, with an imposing calm and mastery of the situation. His knowledge was a wealth.
    But before all, we will remember him for his kindness and his laugh, his sense of humor and his calmness in tough situations. He will be missed.
    May he rest in peace. All my condolences to the family.

    Zahra A.
  11. Bob was a mentor, a friend, and confidant to me for the 7 years I worked with him. We walked together and talked together daily. I have never met a man that was so brilliant. He could read a room the moment he walked in. He had experience as well as common sense, but he was the most humble person. Truly an example, and will always be a person that I’ll strive to be like. Until we meet again.

    Mike Reynolds
  12. Bob has been a colleague for the longest time. He’s always been very friendly and would make you feel so important as a customer. We used to love to talk about the cruises and the trips we have made … I will miss him a lot !

    Patrick Massie
  13. I’ve known Bob for 11 years, working with him. He was one of the most brilliant and nicest persons I have ever met. Honest and sincere, humble and well meaning. I have never, not even once saw him getting upset and was always looking at the positive side of things. He will be very much missed, I know I will.
    It is hard to convey 11 years of working side to side, often on weekends or evenings in resolving a problem at work; but I can say that knowing he was in the call made everyone breath easier. He commanded such respect for his knowledge that people knew a solution will happen. I know his personal life was in the same way.

    Edgardo Suárez
  14. I first met Bob around 10 years ago and had the opportunity to work with him at Air Liquide. Bob was a warm-hearted, kind, and always brought a level of calm into all situations; he will be sorely missed. I am blessed to have known him.

    Jeff Taylor
  15. I am very sorry for your loss. My thoughts are with Bob and his family today.

  16. You will greatly missed Bob. Great experience working with you in last couple of years. You will always be in my memories and a heartfelt condolences to your family and loved ones. Rest in peace.

    Gopala Dandu
  17. Bob, you will be missed very very much. I was fortunate to work with Bob for close to 5 years. He was always so calm and ready to help. May god give Bob’s family the strength to overcome this loss. My heartiest condolences to Bob’s family!

  18. Over seven years passed between my first meeting Bob and his departure from this world. I have only known a few colleagues whom I considered confidants and (when possible) friends. Bob was a friendly yet dedicated person who commanded respect and would go the distance to help others reach their goals so I can only imagine the kind of person he was for his family. Those of us who are not part of that precious family circle were fortunate to have experienced the goodness in Bob. He is sorely missed and shall be remembered fondly … sleep well, good sir.

    Shaun Scott
  19. I am saddened for all those who knew Bob or were influenced by his impact on the world. He was a kind hearted, respected and decent man, and I never knew him to speak ill of anyone. To Bob’s family – Please accept my condolences and know that he is and will be missed.

    Anthony Lopresti
  20. I am soo very sorry for your loss Sharon. Bob was a very special gift to you and many others. His impact on the family and friends left behind will last forever.

    Antonia Walters
  21. Sharon,

    Wishing you and your Family a peace that surpasses all understanding. May God wrap his arms around you to comfort you during this difficult time.

    Marisa Roberts
  22. Bob was the most calm, kind and humble person I can think of. Always helping, taking accountability, and forgiving. I feel honoured I got the opportunity to meet Bob, to work and spend time with him for almost 8 years. I miss him dearly.
    Please accept my condolences.

    Pierre Guillaume

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