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Harvey Lee Moore

Born: Mon., Oct. 16, 1933
Died: Thu., Jul. 11, 2019

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Harvey Moore, 85 passed away on Friday, July 11, 2019 in Pocatello.

Harvey was born to Homer and Frances Moore in October 1933 in Nampa, Idaho where he was raised.

He served four years in the U S Air Force. Living in Shelby, Montana until his retirement of 35 years with Burlington Northern Rail Road and then moved to Pocatello, Idaho in 1993.

Harvey married Sylvia Luchi in 1955, that union brought to it three children, Cindy, Dale, and Wayne. Sylvia passed away in April of 1969; he then married Jeanne Luse in December of that same year. They have spent just shy of 40 years together up to his passing.

Harvey was an avid fisherman, and loved to hunt game birds, bowl, pitch horse shoes, played pool and poker. He enjoyed spending time with his family. Harvey had many friends, he never met a stranger.

He is survived by his wife, Jeanne Luse Moore of Pocatello, ID; 3 children; daughter, Cindy (Ron) Turner of Havre, MT; sons, Dale (Amber) Moore, and Wayne (Lisa) Moore, both of Pocatello, ID; 2 sisters, Edith Williamson, Betty Clyne both of Nampa, Idaho; 8 grandchildren and 6 great grandchildren.

He was preceded in death by his father, Homer and his mother Frances (Smith) Moore; his first wife, Sylvia (Luchi) Moore.

Harvey made the request that no services be held. 

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Patty Luse
   Posted Thu July 11, 2019
Harvey will be missed by many. He was out-going and loved to tell a good joke. I pray that his family and friends will be comforted by the memories they have of how Harvey enriched their lives.

Julia Vialpando
   Posted Sun July 14, 2019
when I met Harvey for the first time he was so kind and of course he had to tell me his jokes right away, he was kind of enough to let me call him grandpa, you will be missed Harvey, rest in peace, to the Moore family my prayers are with you all.

love you
Julia Vialpando

Sue Smith
   Posted Wed July 17, 2019
Harvey and my dad spent a lot of time together when they were young fishing and hunting. They stayed friends throughout the years when they ran into each other. I worked for the railroad while Harvey worked at BN in Shelby and saw him most days, and he always had a joke to share! I’m thinking of all of you knowing you have many memories to carry you through.

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