The graveside service for William will be on Saturday March 20, 2021 @ 1:00 p.m., and will be broadcasted live. To view graveside service click link directly below.\r\n Click HERE to view Graveside Services for William Moore\r\n\r\nLoving husband and father William Herman Moore peacefully left this earth to live with his\r\nbeloved Heavenly Father on March 8, 2021 following a 14-month battle with stage 4 bladder\r\ncancer. He is survived by his wife, Jennifer Ann Moore; his son, Andrew William Moore; and his\r\nfive sisters, Debbie Scott, Kim von Behren, Paula Winkley, Mary Couch and Annette Scott.\r\nWilliam -- known to friends and family as Bill -- was born on October 29, 1955 in Indianapolis,\r\nIndiana, the oldest of 6 children born to Robert Paul Moore and Alice Marie Moore. Following\r\ngraduation from Brownsburg High School, Bill joined the United States Air Force in June of 1974\r\nand served his country with pride as a voice processing specialist in the Russian language. He\r\nmet his wife Jennifer while attending the Defense Language Institute of Monterey, California,\r\nand they were married on March 7, 1975. One year and two days later on March 9, 1976, Bill\r\nand Jennifer were sealed in the Swiss Temple in Bern, Switzerland.\r\n\r\nBill served in the Air Force in Berlin, Germany when the city was still divided. During his time in\r\nthe military Bill received numerous medals and ribbons including the Air Force good conduct\r\nmedal with one oak leaf cluster; the Air Force longevity service ribbon; the Air Force\r\ncommendation medal; the small arms expert marksmanship ribbon; the Air Force outstanding\r\nunit award; the national defense service medal; and the occupation medal. After an honorable\r\ndischarge in June of 1980, Bill earned a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science from the\r\nUniversity of Maryland. He went on to complete his Master’s degree in Computer Science and\r\nInformation Technology at George Washington University and thereafter became a talented\r\nSoftware Engineer. He was a brilliant problem-solver and dearly loved his work, which took him\r\nall over the world including South Korea, Singapore, Japan, Malaysia, Switzerland, Austria,\r\nGermany, Puerto Rico and Morocco.\r\n\r\nA member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, Bill holds the Melchizedek\r\nPriesthood and has served in many capacities. He loved to read and study the scriptures and\r\nwatch talks online. Bill’s hobbies included playing computer games and collectible card games\r\nwith his son, fishing, bowling and genealogy, and he loved driving in the snow. Bill loved working\r\nwith computers, and also tinkered with other mechanical devices -- he could fix anything! Bill’s\r\nselflessness and dedication cannot be overstated; he always put his family first and worked so\r\nhard throughout his life to provide for them. This kind, generous and loving husband, father and\r\nfriend will be greatly missed by all who knew him. \r\n\r\nFuneral services will be limited to family and close friends.\r\n\r\n In lieu of flowers, please donate to the Huntsman Cancer Institute or the charity of your choice.