Barbara Lynn Moore

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  Barbara Lynn Moore, 63 of Kearny, went to be with her Lord on Tuesday, July 5, 2022. Barbara was born in Portland Oregon on Oct. 8, 1958, to mother Lorraine Berg.

  Barb loved being at the lake with her husband and son as they spent most of her son’s childhood at Roosevelt Lake boating. She also loved spending time with her sisters in Libby, Montana. She thoroughly enjoyed watching Derek (grandson) play sports and made every game she could when her health permitted. Barbara loved life and never complained one time during her fight with cancer – she always had a smile on her face.

  Barbara is preceded in death by her mother (Lorraine) and son (Scott Hines). Barb leaves behind her husband Jerry of 37 years and her son Zac (Ellizabeth) and her grandson Derek. She is also survived by her father, Dale Berg of Libby, Montana; 3 sisters, Mary (Gordon) Bradshaw, Helen (Doug) Goucher, Audrey (Steve) Boatwright all of Libby, Montana; 3 brothers, Ed Berg of Winnemucca, Nevada, Denver (Cheryl) Berg of Mesa, AZ and Roy Berg of Libby, Montana; her mother-in-law, Shannon Owen of Kearny; as well as many other family members.

  Barb will be greatly missed by family and friends.

  A Celebration of Life for Barb will be held Aug. 6, 2022, at Calvary Church in Kearny, AZ. Services are set to begin at 11 a.m. Luncheon to follow at Leo Terrill Hall.

  The family was assisted with exceptional service by Griffith Mortuary.

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