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Gordon "Buck" C. Moore

April 17, 1954 — August 9, 2020


Gordon “Buck” C. Moore,

66, of Westfield, passed away August 9, 2020 following a devasting battle with sarcoma.  He was born in Smyrna, Tennessee to Dr.James and Shirley Moore on April 17, 1954.  Buck was a graduate of The Webb School in Bell Buckle, Tennessee, and the University of Memphis - Herff College of Engineering and was a Certified Fraud Investigator {CFE}.  He began his medical data analyst career with Mid-South Medical Foundation.  He then worked for 20 years at Heath Care Excel in Indianapolis before retiring from IBM – Watson Health in Columbus, OH. Buck

Buck was an avid scout and attained his Eagle Scout. He loved literature and poetry. He had a near photographic memory and often quoted his favorites. He could spin a tale like few others. He coached t-ball, was a devoted Cheer Father and never missed a game. Wine making became a passion later in life. He was generous in life and gave freely of himself to others. He was 20 a gallon donor for the blood bank. He loved family and never missed a Thanksgiving gathering in Lynchburg.

Buck is survived by his wife of 38 years, Janna; children, Holly (Brad) Rodgers, granddaughter, Chloe Rodgers; sons - James Matthew Moore, and Andrew (Natalie) Moore; siblings, Karen (Robert) Waugh, John (Katherine) Moore, Tom Moore, and Scott Moore; nieces, Christina Moore, Cana Moore, Bethany Moore, and Moriah Moore; and nephews, David and Evan Waugh, and James and Ian Moore; and two faithful dogs Mercy and Mittens.

Private services will be held in Lynchburg, Tennessee at a later date with burial in the Lynchburg City Cemetery.  In lieu of flowers we ask that Memorial contributions may be made to

Humane Society of Hamilton County Indiana or 1721 Pleasant Street, Noblesville, IN 46060 or

IU Foundation for Sarcoma Research- IU Simon Cancer Sarcoma Center, PO Box 7072, Indianapolis IN 46207

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