Robert C. Moody

Robert C. Moody

January 29, 1951 – May 11, 2021

1969 Holy Name alum.  Survived by daughter, Jamee Stigge (Ben); grandsons, Grayson and Graham; siblings, Joan Rooney (Kevin), Richard Moody (Michele); and partner, Linda Bird.

 VISITATION observing CDC guidelines: Saturday, May 15th from 10am to 11am at Citylight Church, 3401 Oak View Drive, followed by FUNERAL at 11am.  Interment: Resurrection Cemetery.  In lieu of flowers, memorials are suggested to Special Olympics.

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Bob grew up in Omaha, Nebraska at a house on Spaulding Street, playing baseball with his neighborhood friends near Fontenelle Park.  He attended Holy Name High School, graduating in 1969, before studying business at the University of Nebraska.

All who knew Bob will recall his always-happy demeanor and his easy smile.  He made many friends throughout his life and career, enjoyed jobs and activities that allowed him to spend time and share with others.  Bob remained active in his free time, playing in softball tournaments and hitting the golf course as much as he could.  An avid sports fan, he was a well-known contributor on online Husker boards under the handle ‘Nebyank’.

While Bob was blessed with many friends, his greatest joy came from being with his family.  He was preceded in death by his parents, Clifford and Mary Helen, as well as his brother, Johnny.  He is survived by his daughter, Jamee Stigge (Ben); grandsons, Grayson and Graham; sister, Joan (Kevin) Rooney; brother Richard Moody (Michele); and nieces and nephews: Aaron Moody (Becca), Brian Moody, Kari Moody, Sean Rooney, Caitlin Rooney; and partner, Linda Bird.  Bob regarded Linda’s children as his own extended family — Brandon Bird (Nicole), Jen Vavricek (Larry), and Erik Bird.

Bob’s recent years saw him taking full advantage of retirement, doing the things he loved most with the people he loved most — playing golf with his cousin, John Rhetmeyer, friend, Mike Walker, his brother, Richard, and Linda, going to Husker games with Jamee, Ben, Linda and Joan, concerts with Linda, and vacationing to the Smoky Mountains with Linda (where they were almost attacked by a bear and therefore, he made a ‘bear’acade).  His grandsons were the light of his life, and he loved sharing his interests with them–whether it just be spending time outdoors, or dancing while loudly whistling the theme music to the 1960s western Rawhide.

Although his friends and family grieve his unexpected departure, Bob spent his life making those around him feel happy and loved.  His warmth will be remembered by everyone who knew him.






  • Patricia Wagner Posted May 14, 2021 5:39 pm

    I am so sorry for the loss of your father I worked with your mom

  • Bonnie Borgum and Nancy Borgum Posted May 15, 2021 7:57 am

    So sad to hear of Bob’s passing. We are currently in Missouri so we will not be able to be at his celebration service. But, please know we are keeping you all in our prayers.

  • Carl Weinfurtner Posted May 15, 2021 8:45 am

    I am so sorry for your loss, the Moody family goes way back to my mother and Bob’s mother Mary Helen. Having just loosing my wife Judy I know the pain you are going through. God bless the Moody family.

  • Tim and Paula Tott Posted May 15, 2021 8:55 am

    Bob was a wonderful cousin and friend. He and his family are in our thoughts and prayers especially in this sad time.

  • Deb Wiens Posted May 15, 2021 9:43 am

    My deepest sympathies. I am going to miss Bob. He was the perfect example of a true friend. Thank you Bob and may you rest in peace with the heavenly father and family I know you loved so much.

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