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Nevin also served as a Temple Worker at the temple for the church in Columbus, Ohio.
He was a Senior Missionary with his wife, helping newly converted church members from the Amish community.
Gratefully sharing his life are his wife Beth of Kennebec; four sons Wesley of Lower Brule, Scott (Beth) of Ipswich, Clayton (Karla Brozik) of Kennebec, and Cody (Heather) of Winner; 10 grandchildren; nine great grandchildren; two brothers Raymond (Jean) Moore of Chamberlain and Lyle (Gay) Moore of Kennebec; a sister Fern (Roger) Best of Brandon; a brother-in-law Phillip Caslin of Sioux Falls, and sister-in-law Kathy Caslin of Kennebec.
Ronald Lewie Moore, son of Lewie and Leola (Paige) Moore, was born December 18, 1934, at Kennebec and was raised on a farm two miles northwest of Kennebec. The family then owned and operated Moore’s Truck Stop from June 1984 until November 1992 when it was sold.
He was a lifetime honorary member of the American Quarterhorse Association, and you can find every addition of their magazine in his den.
In 2015, Laddie was inducted into the Wyoming Cowboy Hall of Fame, an honor that he was very proud of.
He was preceded in death by his parents and an infant sister.
Calling hours will be held Thursday, October 19at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints/ Mt. Vernon, Ohio 43050 with Bishop Victor Conkle officiating. Arrangements are under the direction of Mc Intire, Bradham & Sleek Funeral Home.