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June 5, 1949 – Feb. 6, 2024

On February 6, 2024 like she used to say when a loved one passed, Heaven took another angel.

Rebecca was married to her loving husband, Haskell Moore in 1965 and they lived in Riverbank for over 58 years. They were married 58 years, three months and 22 days. Rebecca loved camping, water skiing, bowling, and going to the casinos. She loved taking vacations to nephew David Hardy’s in Ocean Springs, Mississippi. She enjoyed going to her nephew, Bruce (and Kim) Harris’ to parties and listen to music in Oakdale. She loved to go to her niece’s house Lenca Machado, great niece’s Tiffany and great, great niece’s, Emma’s birthday parties in Oakdale.

Rebecca graduated from Oakdale High School in 1967, she worked at Tri-Valley #2 from 1969-1970. She also worked at IHHS. She helped take care of her mother-in-law for 22 years. She took care of her mother for 2½ years.

Rebecca was born in Anderson, Indiana to Elnora (Jones) Rice and John Rice. She had two siblings, Phyllis (Rice) Hardy (Dave), Catherine (Rice) Zaborsky (Rory). Rebecca’s father passed away in 1955. Her mother married Fred Barnes in 1956 and moved them to California. Rebecca had two more siblings, Donald (Barnes) (Annie), and Vickie (Barnes) Turner (Dale).

Rebecca was loved very much by her husband, Haskell Moore. She was also loved by all her family, friends, nieces, nephews, cousins and extended family Norma Kollmar as her sister, Carla Koster claimed her as her second mom, included Kevin Kollmar, Kevin Koster and Taylor Koster, Brandon and Roslyn Kollmar and all grandchildren.

She was preceded in death by Phyllis (Rice) Hardy, Vickie (Barnes) Turner, Elnora Barnes and Fred Barnes and father, John Rice.

Celebration of life to be determined. 

Becky, you will never be forgotten; we love you - rest in peace.

The Oakdale (Calif.) Leader

The Riverbank (Calif.) News

Feb. 28, 2024