Bradley David Moore was the youngest of 4 children born to Sam and Elaine Moore in Casper, Wyo. on June 11, 1958. He grew up in Casper and married Pam Kerr, together they had 3 children, Brandon, Jennifer and Colton, but later they divorced. He passed away at the age of 65 on October 27th at Wyoming Medical Center of an extended illness.
Brad had a love of trains and once took Brandon, Jennifer and his sister, Donna on a memorable train trip across the Rockies to San Francisco and back. He spent many hours building elaborate and detailed train layouts and while living in Seattle (which he loved) he built an exact replica of Seattle in his townhouse, complete with the space needle, roads, and lakes. He enjoyed sharing his amazingly creative designs with family and friends, and passed this love of trains to his son, Brandon.
Following in his father’s and grandfather’s, (Fred P. Moore’s) footsteps he became a skilled craftsman specializing in brick and tile work. He worked on many buildings in Casper, around Wyoming and in Seattle and proudly told of the specialty work he accomplished on the Seattle SeaHawk Stadium. He was also skilled in many other areas and was always willing to help family and friends with their remodeling projects.
He is survived by his children, Brandon Moore and Jennifer (Luke) Anderson of Casper and Colton (Morgan) Moore of Cheyenne, Wyo. his 4 grandchildren, Gage and Logan Anderson of Casper and Maggie and August Moore of Cheyenne. His brother Fred (Lynda) Moore of Cypress, CA and his sister Donna (Don) Buckalew of The Villages, Fl as well as many nieces and nephews.
Brad was preceded in death by his grandparents, parents and his brother Rich.
No services have been planned at this time.