Ruby Marie Moore

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Ruby Marie Moore

November 16, 1931 - March 02, 2019

Ruby Marie Moore Ruby Marie Matli Moore was born in Watonga, OK November 16, 1931. She attended Bridgeford County one room school for 6 years. She graduated from Watonga High School in 1949 at the age of 17. Ruby went to Oklahoma
A&M in the fall of 1949 where she met her future husband Wayne Moore on a blind date. After dating for 2 years they married on Sept. 2, 1951. Five years later their son Dr. Neal Owen Moore was born in Brook Army Medical Center San Antonio, TX. Wayne was an officer stationed at Ft. Sam Houston. While Wayne was in Korea, Ruby and Neal lived in Watonga. When Wayne returned
they moved to Attica, KA where Wayne taught VoAg and Ruby did a lot of substitute teaching. Following 4 years in Attica they moved to Camargo, OK for 5 years and Wayne tried farming with his father. While there they adopted an infant daughter, Jessie Luann Marie who made their life complete. In 1961 they moved to Hollis, OK where Ruby substituted as a teacher. She also taught kindergarten for 2 of the 14 years in Hollis. Wayne
was transferred to Stillwater in 1975 for his USDA where he was Farm Program Chief. In 1975 Ruby went to school to get her Master's Degree and taught at Westwood School for 4 years. She loved teaching.
Survivors include son Neal Moore, wife Beckie of Kansas City, MO; Daughter Luann Bowman of Stillwater, OK; Grandchildren Orrin Tyler Stearman & Caleb Wayne Bowman of Stillwater; Joseph & Jessie Leigh Moore of Maine.
Step Grandchildren James, wife Janessa; Tony, wife Jen of Dearborn, MO; Ross Prichard of Dearborn, MO; and Courtney Paden & Colton Vaughn of Dallas, TX. Great Grandchildren Allison & Matthew Paden, Abby & Ellie Paden, Parker, Tinley, & Nora Vaughn. Most of you know her by Nana but we know her as Mother. Love you Mother, Talk to you later, Bye.
Published on March 14, 2019
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Tracy Williams
Mar 24, 2019
I have known Ruby I was 9 when she was my 5th grade teacher. Everyone wanted to b in her class bc she made learning fun. She would play the piano for us if we begged enough. Lol. Ruby, ik that u r no longer in pain and can breathe better now, but my heart wasn't ready to say goodbye. Ruby was always here for me, both as a mentor and a friend. So many memories; school, Wayne and of course J. C. U r so very loved and so very missed
JUDY GERMAN
Mar 15, 2019
I got to know Ruby thru HCE. She was such a neat lady & had the greatest sense of humor & I also knew her thru Altrusa, she was one of our Service Award Recipients for all of her volunteer work. Ruby, you will be missed & your great smile. Judy