Dateline: February 18, 2010

Robert Edgar “Bob” Moss passed away January 19, 2010, at Bakersfield, CA. 

Memorial services were held at the Arvin Assembly of god Church on January 22. Private family services will be held at Citizens Cemetery in Clarendon at a later date.

Bob was born on December 8, 1933, at Goodnight to Oddie Allen Moss and Clarence Moss. He attended school at Goodnight and Clarendon. After school, he was employed as an auto mechanic for Gene Nolen at Clarendon. He later worked as an appliance serviceman at heath Furniture in Clarendon, Lemon’s Furniture in Memphis and Raymond Keith Furniture in Borger. He moved to California in 1964 and worked as a serviceman at Sears in Bakersfield until his retirement.

Bob and Dora were married in 1966 and lived in Lamont, CA. They enjoyed traveling, camping and cruises. They were also very active in their church, where Bob was a musician. He enjoyed many hobbies including photography. He was talented at taking photos and developing much of his own film. He also enjoyed motorcycles, panning for gold, and camping in the mountains and on the west coast with his wife.

While living in Borger, he became a diver at Lake Meredith. Airplanes had always fascinated him and at an early age, he started building model planes and later remote controlled planes. This led him to become a pilot of small planes and later building his own 2-seater airplane. 

Survivors are his wife, Dora; three sons, Bill, Lary and Randy; one daughter, Candy; two sisters, Irene Gerner Williams and husband George, and Shirley Osburn; nine grandchildren; one great grandchild and numerous other family and friends.

In lieu of flowers, the family suggests memorials be to Citizens Cemetery, PO Box 983, Clarendon, TX 79226; or Saint’s Roost Museum, PO Box 781, Clarendon, TX, or to the American Cancer Society.

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