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Fulkerson - Stevenson Funeral Home
Springan - Stevenson Funeral Home
It's all about saying goodbye.
Glenn DeWitt Moore
May 31, 1932 - September 9, 2019

Place of Birth: Crosby, North Dakota
Residence: Williston, North Dakota
Age: 87

Glenn Moore, 87, passed away on Monday, September 9th, 2019 in Williston, ND. He was born in Crosby, ND on May 31, 1932 and grew up on the farm northwest of Fortuna. His fondest memories of childhood all centered around Skjermo Lake and the family homestead, hunting with his uncle Arnold. His uncles, George and Arnold Skjermo, were a great joy to him. In his early teens, he and his sister Frances moved to Westby to attend high school. He graduated in 1950, and then joined the Air Force shortly thereafter. He was stationed in Japan for 18 months during the Korean War.

After serving in the military, he moved to California, where he began working for Western Union. There he met Marian, and they were married in 1964. He eventually landed a job as a computer technician for Air Force Communications at McClellan AFB in Sacramento. He worked there for many years, while he and Marian raised their two boys, but he always missed North Dakota. Each summer vacation he would pack up his family and take us all to Westby, where we enjoyed a refreshing break from life in the suburbs. When he retired, he moved to the Bitterroot Valley in western Montana, to be closer to his grandchildren. Finally, in 2015, he moved back home to North Dakota again.

Glenn is survived by his two sons, Dr. Jason Moore of Williston and Dr. Kevin (Vicki) Moore of Dayton, TN; his sister, Dorothy Siebold, of Milford, Iowa; two nephews, Doug (Cindi) Seibold of Spencer, IA; Dean (Daleen) Seibold of Okoboji, IA; and eight grandchildren, Joel, Daniel, Ian, Thaddeus, Gabrielle, Cristine, Liam, and Andrew. He was preceded in death by his parents, Dallas and Florence (Skjermo) Moore, and his siblings Hazel Moore, Frances Rivers and Dalton Moore.

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Maeve at Bethel (Williston)
Sep 10, 2019
Jason and Kevin - although I never got a chance to meet your Dad, I can tell he was a wonderful man. My deepest condolences on his passing - I hope you find peace and comfort in the happy memories you shared.
Bev Pederson (Westby)
Sep 11, 2019
Sorry to see that he passed away. Always enjoyed visiting with him while he lived in Crosby. He and his sister would make trips to see their sister Hazel in the nursing home where my mom was also a resident. He liked his Bingo and his cup of coffee!! We hailed from the same area so knew his folks, but by the time I came along he had already graduated and had left the area so it was nice to get another version of Elkhorn township history than the one that I knew. He loved living in Japan and loved the people.
Ananu (Washington , Dc)
Sep 11, 2019
Kevin and Family,
Am sorry for your loss. I still remember when I met him at your wedding :), always lively and talkative and remember he made us feel very comfortable.
He will be missed but he lives in all of you :)
Love you all, ananu
Stanna Reinke (Stallings, NC)
Sep 12, 2019
I will miss Glenn so much. He was like a 2nd dad to me, and I learned so much from him, including how to be patient and kind with 4 children running around playing with Lego guns.... Such a comfort to know I'll see him again in Heaven.
Azalee W Simandle (ZIONVILLE, NC)
Sep 12, 2019
My forever soul mate! I will sorely miss Glenn, but Heaven is brighter.
Tim Rausch (Florence , MT)
Sep 15, 2019
Glenn was my close neighbor and great friend for 9 years in the Bitterroot. He will be greatly missed but never forgotten. He took the place of my deceased dad many times. God bless him! Tim Rausch
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