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Bobby Moore's story reportedly going viral - Jerry would have loved it

By Linda Waggener

I can just picture Jerry Moore smiling down on her family as the photo of her true love Bobby, sitting beside her one last time, is reportedly 'going viral'! She loved people and laughter and music and dancing, she'd have loved this excitement.

I'm so proud of our friends in the Moore family for their openness. It has been an honor that they had writer/photographer April Shepperd ask ColumbiaMagazine.com to print Bobby and Jerry's love story, kicking off its social media journey around the world.

Bobby and his children wanted it public to help others in times of grief -- I think they have done that.



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Bobby Moore's girl is probably smiling down on her family



2018-02-06 - Columbia, KY - Photo by Eric Hare.
The recent loss of Jerry Moore and then the family's sharing their personal photo and story has captured the hearts of Adair County, and is working its way across social media to the world -- one can just picture Jerry Moore smiling down on her family as the photo of her true love Bobby, sitting beside her one last time, is reportedly 'going viral'! She loved people and laughter and music and dancing. This photo, looking back in ColumbiaMagazine.com archives, was from May 31, 2008 where Eric Hare wrote of "Bobby and Jerry Moore celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary. They were surprised by family and friends at the Adair Co. Courthouse Annex Community Room. The Moore children would like to send a special thanks to Billy and Patsy Parsons, Joyce Reliford, Lois Garrett, Bobby Lee and Nancy Miller, and the entire Dream Depot cast and crew, and everyone who pitched in to create such a successful event." Bobby and his children wanted the story of their loss opened to the public to help others in times of grief -- I think they have done that. -- Linda Waggener

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