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Robert D.

Robert Donald Moen was born on July 30, 1927 in Madison, Wi. to Alma and Issac Moen. He served in the US Coast Guard as a radio operator during World War II and was stationed in the Aleutien Islands. After the war he graduated from UWM-Madison with a BS degree and worked as an Insurance Adjuster before coming to the VA in 1963. He worked as a clerk/ typist and computer operator in the IT program. He lived and worked at the VA for 55 years. He also served as Post Commander for the American Legion and VFW and received many awards for his work as a Historian. He received the Eisenhower College of Armed Forces Award that was signed by 2 Generals and 1 Colonel on July 5, 1961. He enjoyed music and photography, which were a big part of his life, as was his involvement in the VA Alumni Club. He was also an avid reader.

He is the beloved uncle of Diana Moen, Gail Cerridwen, David Wyckoff, Donald Wyckoff, Lori Wyckoff, Lynn (Wyckoff) Elwailly and is also survived by his sister Arlene Wyckoff and long time friend of 30 years, Pat Kingbery.

A memorial visitation will be held Sunday April 8th, 2018 from 2:30-4:30pm at THE FUNERAL HOME with a service to follow at 4:30.

Donations appreciated to the VA Chapel.

Past Comments

wendy brewer

Worked with Bob in HR. He was such a sweet guy. Always had a joke to tell! He will be missed but is in a better place now.
Wendy Brewe

Marianne Geib

As an avid reader, “Bobby” as I called him, came up regularly to the VA Library where I work as a technician and requested magazines to read and books to check out. He also shared the contents of several scientific ideas he had read about from some of his favorite magazines from the library. He often spoke of his niece and sister in a very dear way. He also seemed to love children immensely. Fond memories of Bob.

Tammy S.

Lit a candle in memory of Robert D. Moen

Sue Mildbrandt

My deepest sympathy goes out to the family of Bob. I was privileged to work with Bob in HR for many years. He was a kind and generous man. He will be missed. Sue Mildbrandt

Diane Czestler

An asset to the Zablocki VA Medical Center for many years. It was a pleasure to know and work with Bob. Although he will be missed by family and friends, it is comforting to believe in God’s promise of eternal life and be joyful that Bob is spending his first Easter in the presence of his Lord.

Paul Leonard, VA Chaplain for 25 years

A fascinating and caring human being, working continuously up until the last days of his life for the kingdom of God and his veteran friends!

Paul Leonard, VA Chaplain

Susan Middlestead

He will truly be missed by all that knew him, I was lucky enough to know him while I worked at VA for 28 years and then knew him as an Alumni. He was a great Person!!!

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