Roy Allan Moore, 42 of Hungry Horse, passed away on Aug. 26, 2008, in an automobile accident.
His soul-mate, Ginger Dee Wilborn, died later from injuries sustained in the same accident. Cremation has taken place and there will be a celebration of life on Monday, Sept. 1, 2008, at 2 p.m. at the Southfork Saloon in Martin City. There will be a college trust fund set up for Lexy and Brandon at the Wells Fargo Bank in Kalispell. Roy was born in Great Falls, on June 10, 1966. To David and Joanne. Shortly after the family moved to Havre where he graduated from Havre High School in 1984. He later moved to Hungry Horse where he was still living at the time of his death. Roy was a dedicated meat cutter at Canyon Foods in Hungry Horse. In his spare time he loved to hunt, fish, camp and spend time with his family and friends when he wasn’t hunting and fishing. Roy was preceeded in death by his grandparents, Firman and Evenlyn Baker of California, Roy and Mildred (Marshall) Moore and Nettie (Young) Moore of Havre; uncles, Vance Kardell from Fort Worth, Texas, Loydd and Earl Kardell, both of Harlowton; and aunt, Lucille (Kardell) Kickbush of Whitefish. He was survived by the children of Ginger Dee Wilborn, Elexus “Lexy” and Brandon “Sumo” both of Hungry Horse; parents, Jo Pearson of Hungry Horse and David E. Moore of Marion; sisters, Toni Gervais (Moore) of Kalispell and Brenda (Chuck) Cox of Havre; brother, Gary (Christine) Moore of Havre; nephews, Jason Cross of Billings, David Cross of Great Falls, Alex and Geoffrey Moore of Glennwood Springs, Colo.; niece, Amber Cox of Havre; numerous aunts, uncles and cousins; and his lovable dog Chief. He will be greatly missed by all who knew and loved him.