Robert "Bob" Moyer, 72, of Tucson, AZ passed away June 18, 2016. He was born September 13, 1943 in Elkhart, Indiana to Ike and Marty Moyer. Bob's school years were in Elkhart, Indiana where he graduated from Elkhart High. He then went on to college at Tri-State where he studied Chemical Engineering.\n\n \n\nHis career began during the Vietnam War as a project engineer developing casting techniques for jet engine components. Then he progressed to Senior Application Engineer which launched a 30 year career in air pollution control, where he provided technical support for the promotion and selling of environmental equipment on domestic and international markets. \n\n \n\nHe was in high demand as a manager in various other companies in the air pollution/fabric filters engineering industry. He traveled the world advising and designing equipment for companies. As Director, of Engineered Products, he identified new industries and products, designing, promoting and selling to increase the company's growth and profitability. This enabled the companies to maintain cost effectiveness while still maintaining high quality equipment.\n\n \n\nIn his retirement years he changed careers to the medical diagnostic industry applying his engineering skills and expertise to designing, manufacturing and promoting medical equipment and products.\n\n \n\nBob's pride and joy was his 1982 Camaro Indy Pace car. He traveled the states showing at car shows and wining trophies and awards everywhere he went. \n\n \n\nHe loved and was proud of his children (Sandy and Scott) and his grandchildren (Tom and Nick).\n\n \n\nHe and Sue were married in 1965 and celebrated their 51th wedding anniversary in May.Bob is survived by his wife, Doris "Sue" Moyer; children Sandra Mangini and Scott Moyer; grandchildren, Thomas Mangini and Nicholas Moyer; and brother Gary Moyer. A Celebration of Life will be held 6:00 pm Friday, July 1, 2016 at Open Door Baptist Church, SIL Campus-Catalina, 16131 N. Vernon Drive, Tucson, AZ 85739.In lieu of flowers the family requests donations be made to Open Door Baptist Church or the St. Jude Children's Hospital.