In Memory

Harlan Moore - Class Of 1942

Harlan S. Moore, born to Meredith Sargent Moore and Mary Stacy Moore on February 12, 1925 in Los Angeles, raised in Pasadena, California, died peacefully in his home on January 24, 2006.

A Marine Corps major and Bronze Star veteran of World War II and the Korean War.  Married 56 years to his wife, Patricia.  An alumni of Pomona College and Claremont Graduate School, he worked as an insurance adjuster, accountant, and an entrepreneur in a deep sea diving company.

A resident of Long Beach since 1960, was a member of Long Beach Yacht Club and Virginia Country Club.  He was the Chairman for the Congressional I Cup Regatta and was an International Race Officer for the United States.  He conducted seminars on Yacht Race Management for Southern California sailors.  He was the Race Management Chairman for the Southern California Yachting Association from 1984 to 1999, Honorary Commodore of SCYA and Commodore of ASPBYC.  SCYA awarded him the James Webster Perpetual Trophy for his contributions to yachting.  He was a radio communicator for the Pasadena Rose Parade.

Harlan is survived by his wife Patricia; daughter Patricia Reno and son-in-law, Chris; son, Bill Moore and his wife, Nancy; and four grandchildren.

Long Beach Press-Telegram, February 1, 2006