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DEATH: ROBERT D. MOORE

Robert D. Moore died of a pulmonary embolism Monday morning, August 14, 1995 while vacationing in York, England.

Mr. Moore, a well known trial lawyer for over 30 years, was a leader in the Utah Democratic Party, having served as chairman of the Salt Lake County Democrate Party, as a delegate to national presidential nominating conventions, as Salt Lake County chairman of the Rampton for Governor election campaign, as General Council, Democratic Committee, Rules and Procedures for national conventions.Mr. Moore was president of the board of Directors of the University Club, and on the Board of Directors of Fort Douglas/Hidden Valley Country Club, and a member of the National Public Lands Advisory Board. He served as Chair of Law-Layman Conference of Intermountain Area; Chair of the Legislative Committee for Utah State Bar; and on the Judicial Selection Committee for the Third Judicial District Court of Utah. He was a member of the American Board of Trial Associates.

Bob was an active Catholic, a member of St. Ambrose Parish who served on the board of directors of Catholic Community Services of Utah.

He was born in Butte, Montana, on October 24, 1935 to William and Mary McGarvey Moore. He married Anne D. McDonough in Salt Lake City in 1957. Mr. Moore graduated from Judge Memorial High School in Salt Lake, where he was an All-State fullback. He attended Utah State University on a football scholarship, and graduated from the University of Utah Law School in 1959. At the time of his death, he was practicing law of counsel to the firm of Giauque, Crockett, Bendinger and Peterson.

Mr. Moore is survived by his wife and three children, Anne Katherine Moore, Washington, D.C.; Robert J. Moore, Seattle, Wash.; Liam R. Moore and wife, Pilar Coello, Madrid, Spain. Also surviving is his brother, Brother Patrick Moore, F.S.C., York, England.

A funeral mass will be celebrated Monday, August 21, 10:30 a.m. at St. Ambrose Catholic Church, 1975 South 2300 East. A vigil service will be held Sunday, 7 p.m. at Neil O'Donnell & Sons Mortuary, 372 East 100 South, where friends may call one hour prior to service. Committal Service, Mt. Calvary Cemetery, 4th Ave & T Street.

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