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Birth:
19 Jul 1924 1
Brooklyn, New York 1
Death:
06 Dec 1924 1
Tampa, Florida 1
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Birth:
19 Jul 1924 1
Brooklyn, New York 1
Male 1
Death:
06 Dec 1924 1
Tampa, Florida 1
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Burial Place: Willametta National Cemetery, Portland, Oregon 1
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Mother: Dorothy Maria Sharpe 1
Father: William Franklin Moore 1
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31 Dec 1969 1
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William Bateman Moore

Tampa, Florida

William Bateman Moore, 79, of Spring Hill, died Saturday, Dec. 6, at Tampa General Hospital.
He was born in Brooklyn, N.Y., and moved to this area seven years ago from Alaska. He retired as a Lt. Commander for the U.S. Navy as a carrier jet pilot and was a World War II Pacific Theater, Korean and Cuban crisis veteran. He worked as a clinical psychologist in Arizona and retired from the State of Alaska, Department of Health and Social Services. He received the Distinguished Flying Cross from the Navy.
Survivors include his wife, Faye; his children; grandchildren; and great-grandchildren.
Arrangements by Brewer & Sons Funeral Homes and Cremation Services, Spring Hill Chapel.

NATech Tra Unit (CIC Officers School) NAS, Glenview, Illinois 6/10/1950 to 11/4/1950 FLEET ALL WATHER TRAINING UNIT, PACIFIC 11/26/1950 to 8/31/1951 USS Rendova (CVE-114) 8/26/1951 to 10/20/1951 FLEET ALL WATHER TRAINING UNIT, PACIFIC 9/1/1951 to 12/3/1952 US Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey California 12/3/1952 to 7/10/1953 Bureau Of Naval Weapons Department of the Navy 6/1/1962 to 9/11/1962 Fighter Squadron One Seven Four 9/11/1962 to 11/12/1962 Utility Squadon Ten 11/13/1962 to 9/10/1963 Flight Trng Pensacola, Bunker 52 weeks Hill, Chapel Hill, Marshalls Creek, Jacksonville, Glenview Special Weapons Employment (General Line) 1955 CIC School 1950 Distinguished Flying Cross Air Medal with two Gold Stars Presidential Unit Citation World War II Victory Medal American Area Campaign Medal Asiatic Pacific Area Campaign Medal Korean Service Medal United Nations Service Medal National Defense Service Medal Korean Presidential Unit Citation

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