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Rockney Lynn Moos

April 2, 1949 ~ January 6, 2021 (age 71)

Obituary

                “I remember!” Seems to be something I say quit often these days. Wow, it really set in. Its been a year and 8 months, I can’t get over the feeling it was only a week ago. Only 2 weeks after I married the most amazing woman who completes my heart. We bushed your home into the driveway. I put so much effort into making it run again. Unfortunately without being able to get the necessary information on the RV, it stumped the both of us. “I remember.” Cause the man you where, “my mentor, Friend, Idol, and yes even though you always pointed out my mother was only your step daughter. You will always be my REAL GRANDFATHER. Watching me become a step father myself to a teenage complicated girl. With the advice and wisdom you taught me. I hope the way I have and continue to handle being a stepfather is on your list of things to be proud of me for. Cause honestly I would never have made it this far without your help. “I remember.” A man who took care of his own even when life struck like a hurricane. I know you helped almost every one of your friends I have been talking with the past few weeks. I am blessed that you, Grandma and all your friends have been a big part of my life. Ha! I bet your ears are a blaze right about now with how much I talk about you these days. If your'e not crying yet, I’m about to for you. “I remember.” Cause forgetting my Grandfather would be like flipping a raft in Skull rapid. I’d be f**ked for you have been a large influence that made me the man I am today. More importantly you will continue to influence the man who I have yet to become. “I remember.” Looking back as an adult, granite they probably should have sunk in quicker. Never the less so much of our time spent together involved a lesson for me. You inspired a learner with how you made things interesting. With that you gave me the confidence to dive into a situation, project or goal. Whether I’ve been through it before or not I now have the ability to get to a resolution. “I remember.” Is turning into something I will never let go of. Even though you have left and went home your impact on this world keeps me strong. I look forward to the day we meet again but my time is distant in the future. Having said all that I have let you go but my goodbye is yet to come. At Pig Out 2021 I plan to celebrate your life, you're going home and the impact you’ve left behind. Finishing it off with a toast of Modelo in your honor. Your memories I will always hold onto and cherish as I do with Grandma’s. So please if you have read this,

“REMEMBER THE GREAT ROCKY LYNN MOOS!” April 9, 1949-January 6, 2021

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Love you,

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Mark Anthony Harrah

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