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Barbara "Bobbi" Michele Moore

Mar 28, 1962 - May 9, 2023


Wednesday, May 31, 2023
1:30 pm
Bobbi’s celebration of life will be held at the Rocky Funeral home on May 31st , 2023 at 1:30 PM.
For those unable to attend they may join the service with the following Zoom links:
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Meeting ID: 894 1067 1834
Passcode: 113379


In lieu of flowers she would greatly appreciate a donation of the Fragments of Hope foundation for coral restoration in Belize. She will be forever loved and missed.


Barbara Michele Moore
March 28, 1962 – May 9, 2023
Barbara (Bobbi) Moore, born on March 28, 1962, in Regina, Saskatchewan, passed away at Rocky Mountain House, Alberta, on May 9, 2023. Bobbi left this world with her loving family by her side.
Predeceased by her father Michael, stepfather Steven and stepbrother Charles, she will be lovingly remembered by her large family: her loving mother Effie, brothers Dale (KC) and Barry, and sister Deb (Darrell); stepbrothers Dennis (Cheryl), Laurence (Dianna), and Eric; stepsisters Maureen, Donna and Adele; as well as many cousins, nieces and nephews. There are many treasured memories of her childhood and a special memory of the trip to Disney World with her brother Dale and sister Deb and their children.
Bobbi’s family moved from Regina to Edmonton after her father passed away in an accident. Bobbi attended NAIT to complete her Animal Health Technologist program. Bobbi started her program in the fall of 1980, where she met Rick, who was taking Forest Technology. This meeting soon blossomed into a loving relationship.
At the completion of her program, Bobbi moved to Calgary to work two jobs in the animal health field. After a year, Bobbi went back to NAIT as an instructor in the Animal Health Program. Bobbi and Rick were married in 1984 and started their life together in Whitecourt, Alberta. Bobbi took a lifeguard role then became the swimming pool manager.
The next adventure came in 1986 with a move to High Prairie, Alberta, where Bobbi was employed as a bank teller at the Alberta Treasury Branch until their first son, Brett, was born in 1988. Bobbi was now a full-time mom, which continued with the birth of their second son, Garrett, in 1990, after a move to the Clearwater Ranger Station, southwest of Rocky Mountain House. In 1995 they arrived in Rocky Mountain House. Bobbi was finally able to pursue the career she had studied for when she was hired by the Clearwater Vet Clinic as their first Animal Health Technician in 1997.
When Bobbi was not working, she was finding ways to help her friends and community. Bobbi was at her best with friends and family. Her first love was horses and there was a constant drive to get out for horseback rides whenever possible. She spent many days helping the Duncan family move cattle and was able to get one last ride in with Jim on April 29th. She helped the community whenever she had time by volunteering with the Habitat for Humanity program in Rocky.
Bobbi also loved quilting with her gang (Mom (Effie), Debbie and Sharon). For many years, the May long weekend was reserved for putting together a quilt. Quilting became a must for the girls to ensure they got together. Bobbi was the glue that held the extended family together.
After Bobbi retired, she and Rick found other ways to explore their amazing backyard by joining a hiking group. Even in retirement Bobbi always found ways to continue to help those she worked with by using her creative talent to make memory stones for the pets of many folks in Rocky.
Bobbi was selfless, generous, funny, thrill seeking, and adventurous. Bobbi always liked to take advantage of any opportunity to travel with her “boys.” There were many family trips, and she and Rick had hoped for many more to come. They had always discussed not waiting for retirement to travel, as you never know what the future will bring. Bobbi and Rick traveled every year, to many different locations, always choosing somewhere new to explore. However, her greatest joy was traveling with her adult children and experiencing new adventures. With the addition of their grandsons, Bobbi was looking forward to future vacations even more.
Bobbi will be forever loved by her husband of 39 years, Rick, and their two amazing sons, Brett (Carly) and Garrett. Bobbi was extremely proud of their accomplishments and treasured every memory of their time together. Bobbi loved every second she could spend with her two incredible grandsons, Felix, and Otis.
Bobbi’s celebration of life will be held at the Rocky Funeral home on May 31st , 2023 at 1:30 PM.
In lieu of flowers she would greatly appreciate a donation of the Fragments of Hope foundation for coral restoration in Belize. She will be forever loved and missed.

For those unable to attend they may join the service with the following Zoom links:
Join Zoom Meeting

Meeting ID: 894 1067 1834
Passcode: 113379

Cremation entrusted to the Rocky Mountain Crematorium, Rocky Mountain House, Alberta.
Rocky and Sylvan Lake Funeral Homes and Crematorium, your Golden Rule Funeral Homes, entrusted with the arrangements, 403 845 2626


Mike Milner:

I am so sorry for your loss. You never have enough time with the ones you love but the time you spent with them will be the memories that keep them close to your heart forever. May your family comfort you in this time of sorrow and knowing you will be together again bring you peace.

Tracey Fallow:

I am so sorry to hear of Bobbi’s passing. Though I have not seen Bobbi for probably my entire adult life except for a wedding I will miss seeing her posts on facebook when I pop on every couple years! She introduced me to horses, Billy Joel and beer drinking, I introduced her to gin Ha! Every summer we would get up to some kind of fun whether it was playing a game, water skiing, boat riding, or walking dirt roads and talking. Bobbi was the salt of the earth and I can honestly say she was the best friend a girl could want. She made my childhood great. My only regret was not telling her how much her friendship meant to me. In the summer we seemed to never be apart and then one year the childhood summer’s ended and I didn’t realize until now how much they meant, when I know I will never see her again. My sincere condolences to the entire family. Xoxo

Davena Ma:

I am so very saddened to hear of Bobbi’s passing. An encounter with Bobbi was always a delightful experience. She was the “teacher’s pet” in my watercolour class ( and much more talented than the instructor ) I was always comforted when it was her dealing with my pets, and respected her advice. I have two stones in my yard, that I will always treasure. What a heartbreaking loss to all who loved her. Sincerest condolences.

Maria Sharpe:

This news came as quite a shock to me and my heart goes out to all of you. I really enjoyed bumping into Bobbi. She was always so full of life with that big bright and beautiful smile. Hugs to all. She will be missed.

Mike Williamson :

I am so sorrowed to hear of your family’s loss. I’m sure she’d be proud of how you all will carry her spirit forward.

Tom Fleming:

Brett, sending my condolences to your and your family. Wishing you strength, peace and comfort during this challenging time.

Donna and Rick Alguire:

Rick and Family, we are so sad to hear about Bobbi’s passing. We know that words can not ease the pain during these difficult times, please know we are thinking of you and sending our sincere condolences.

Amanda Harrison:

Rick and family, I am so sorry to hear of your loss. Bobbi was an incredible person and so loved by so many. My thoughts are with you at this time.

Duane Pollock:

Bernice and I are so sad to hear the news and want to send our condolences to your family. We have fond memories of raising our families in Rocky Mtn. House and spending time with your family. We're thinking of you.

Dan & Monique Josephson:

So sorry for your loss. Bobbi was a joy to work with and always brightened a room. She had a special way with animals and people. Praying for you all during this difficult time.

Karin Nijenhuis:

So sorry to hear about your loss. I will never forget her kindness. and her love for the animals. She made a beautiful little memory stone for one of our dogs. She will be missed, and maybe a few less dogs will wag their tail now, when visiting the vet.

Donn & Dawn Mason:

Very saddened to learn of Bobbi's passing; Thinking of you all at this especially difficult time....

Sean and Karen MacNeil:

Rick and family, deepest sympathies
Our thoughts are with you all.

Rob and Stacey Anderson:

We are so sorry for your loss. I feel fortunate to have known her and happy I got to spend an evening with her sinking beers at the oilers game in November having some fun.

Sending our thoughts and love Rick

Rob and Stacey

Nancy and Bruce Boguski :

So sorry Rick and family to hear about Bobbie's passing. Praying for you all at this time, and asking for peace and strength during your time of sorrow.

Rachel Kjearsgaard :

Bobbi is someone that I will always remember. She had a profound impact on my life. I will be forever grateful. My deepest condolences for your family's loss. I will remember the times we would play games at the house and she was always laughing. Along with her sewing the gangs Archie costumes. Epic! Sending love to your family.

Tim and Carolyn Clow:

We know at times like this it is hard to see past the sorrow, but we hope that reflecting on the wonderful memories that you and Bobbi shared will help you to see light again. Our deepest sumapathies for your loss of your wife, mother, and grandmother. Praying for your family at this time.

Albert Coutu :

My sympathies go up to you and your family. Rick. She was a good person. Funny all the time made you laugh on your side and it was a caring person
Love your cousin, Albert Paul Couture

Marlene and Leonard Levinsky:

We are very saddened to hear Bobbi has left her earthly body. Condolences to all of the family and wishes for the best of memories.


Rick and Family I'm very sad to read of Bobbi passing. I hope the memory you hold in your
heart will help you in the time of sorrow.
Thinking of you all take care. Barb

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