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Ruby Moore

Deoine

June 9, 2021
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Obituary

Ruby Deoine Ford Moore passed away June 9, 2021. She was born August 3, 1934 in Rigby, Idaho. She was the sixth of ten children born to Charles Edward and Jane ElReita Ford.

She married Merlin Keith Neale in Twin Falls, Idaho on December 17, 1950 and then they moved to Lompoc, California. The later moved back to Idaho and they spent a few years in Mountain Home, ID and American Falls, Idaho. After a short time in American Falls, they moved back to Twin Falls. Three boys were born to this union, Larry Keith, Tony Allan, and Joe Edward. Deoine and Merlin later divorced, and she spent a few years as a single mother working at the Safeway Food Market on Main Street.

On May 24, 1968, she married Robert Wesley Moore. Bob and his daughter Janice became part of her family.
She spent many years as the cashier for the lunch program at Lincoln Elementary School, a job that she thoroughly enjoyed.

Deoine enjoyed bowling, tole painting, crocheting, needle point and she loved gardening.
For medical reasons Deoine went to live at Grace Assisted living, where she was cared for by a loving staff until her death.

She is preceded in death by her husband Bob, and seven siblings, Raeola, Shirley, Leon, Reita, Nolan, Ray and Mary Ellen.

She is survived by her sister Linda Lyda (Bill), brother Don Ford, her sons Larry (Kelley) Boise, Idaho, Tony, Twin Falls, Idaho, Joe (Nina) Salem, Oregon, and her daughter Janice (Bob Scovel) Twin Falls, Idaho, 8 grandchildren, 16 great-grandchildren and numerous nieces and nephews.
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Sheila McClure

Posted at 09:44pm
Love all the memories I have of Aunt Deione. Spent many years going to Mountain Home to enjoy the air show and having lots of fun with my cousins. Remember watching many Shirley Temple shows while we were there. Also remember all the fun family reunions we had out on the farm in Kimberly. Love you so much Aunt Deione. Look forward to the day we'll see each other again.
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