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Harry B. Moore, 69

Harry B. Moore, 69

Harry B. Moore, 69, of Cogan Station, left earth on May 14, 2024, and took flight for his journey into space and time, to be one with the universe. Now in the arms of the Lord, he is surrounded and reunited with his heavenly family.

Born February 23, 1955, in Tel Aviv, Israel, he was the son of the late U.S. veteran Wendle Reese Moore and Jean Kathryn (Ludwig) Moore.

Harry graduated from Williamsport High School in 1973, and married the former Kristina “Kris” Stryker on March 31, 1994. He retired after 33 years as a SMT Operator with Primus Technologies in 2020. Harry was an avid fan of Star Trek, Doctor Who, and TCM Classic movies. He enjoyed traveling to Myrtle Beach, SC, and was always interested in all aspects of time and space. Christmas always brought him great joy, as he believed in the magic of the season.

He was a man who loved deeply and shared that with everyone in his life. Always writing and speaking from the heart, he cared immensely for his family, friends, and the earth he inhabited. He brought comfort to many with his hilarious sense of humor or thoughtful written messages. His words will continue to impact and touch the lives of his loved ones.

Surviving are his loving wife Kris Moore; two daughters, Cass Moore (Tony) of Amherst, MA, and Caitlin Moore of Williamsport; a brother, Wendle R. Moore, II of Cogan Station; two sisters, Karyl A. Otruba (Paul) of Mansfield, Kathryn J. Davis of Cogan Station; and bonus brother, Michael Moore of New Port Richey, FL; mother and father-in-law, Joseph and Beverly Stryker; two sisters-in-law, Karen Stopper (Larry) and Denise Stryker, and many loving nieces and nephews.

Along with his parents, Harry was also preceded in death by a brother, Mark Moore; a sister, Ruth E. Fink; and two brothers-in-law, Tom Davis and Keith Stryker.

In honor of Harry, remember: “Time is a tool, it becomes what we give to it. It takes courage to live and keep love alive, especially on this planet and in this timeline. You can do anything, go anywhere in time and space, the Universe and all its power and glory await those souls who know and feel what dreams can do.”

Live Long and Prosper.

Services will be private. A celebration of life will take place later this summer.

The family would like to thank all ICU UPMC Williamsport staff for going above and beyond with their care and treatment of Harry.

In lieu of flowers, please make memorials in Harry’s name to the Susquehanna Health Foundation, c/o Cardiovascular Center, 1001 Grampian Blvd., Williamsport, PA 17701, and/or the National Air and Space Museum, Smithsonian Institution, P.O. Box 98091, Washington, DC 20090.

Arrangements entrusted to Sanders Mortuary.

Online condolences may be expressed on Harry’s memorial page at