Lincoln resident Keith Leroy Moore, born November 13, 1926 in Blue Rapids, Kansas, passed away peacefully at his home on Friday, June 13, 2014 with his family by his side. Born to Mary Ella (Chapman) and John Clarence Moore. Keith was the fifth in a family of six children, Keith had a twin brother Kester Lorraine who died at birth.\n\nKeith was a member of the Army 711 Airborne Ordnance Maintenance Company from 1950-1952. On May 10, 1952 Keith was united in marriage to Norma G. Lupardus. Keith and Norma had 3 sons. They lived in the Kansas area for a while, then moved to Lincoln where they were longtime residents.\n\nKeith retired from being a truck driver after many years of service, driving for Crete Carrier, A & W Distributing, Jacobs Transport, and Lincoln Carpet Mills. Keith was an auto mechanic for Denny's Service. He also worked construction, operating heavy equipment for several years. Keith was part of the construction crew that helped build the Interstate across Nebraska.\n\nKeith's hobbies included helping Norma with all of her club functions. He was very crafty around the house and built many things to help make their lives more comfortable. Keith loved to tinker in his workshop and enjoyed working to the yard and various flower gardens with Norma.\n\nKeith is survived by his sons, Randall and his wife Crystal of Lincoln, Alan of Liberty Hill, Texas, and Donald and his wife Pam of Lincoln; grandchildren, Christy Manchester and her husband Eric of Berthoud, Colorado, Jeffery Moore and his friend Erica Schuckies of Dellvalle, Texas, Michael Moore and his wife Callie, Valerie Scharton and husband David, Charlie Wilksen, P.J. Wilksen and her partner Drew Pierce, Spencer Wilksen and his wife Ashley all of Lincoln; great grandchildren, Brayden Manchester, Keegan Manchester, Camden Manchester, Karsen Moore, Bryant Pierce, Korbyn Pierce, Jayda Pierce, James Wilksen, and Madelynn Wilksen.\n\nHe was preceded in death by wife, Norma; brothers, Claude, Harold, and Kester; sisters, Helen Orr, Beulah Vineyard and spouses.\n\nPrivate family services held with burial in Fairview Cemetery in Lincoln, Nebraska.\n\nMemorials may be given to his family for a memorial to be designated at a later date.