Justin Moore, known as "Red Dog", died of cancer April 24, 1999, in his native Richmond.

At Princeton, he played varsity football and basketball. He then graduated from the U. of Virginia law school in 1950. He joined Hunton & Williams, his father's firm, then became counsel for the Virginia Electric & Power Company in '56. He retired in 1985, but continued on the successor board of Dominion Resources until 1994.

In 1982, Justin cofounded Richmond Renaissance to redevelop the city's downtown area and foster interracial partnership. He received the Richmond First award in 1983 for his service. He helped to found the Virginia Center for Innovative Technology and received the Governor's Association Award in '84. He was Chairman of United Way of Greater Richmond. The American Red Cross, SPCA, Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, and the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation were among his board activities, as well as the boards of GTE, Philip Morris, and Central Fidelity Bank.

He is survived by his son, T. Justin Moore III 1979, daughter, Mary Wilkinson, and his widow, Jeanette Bray Moore. We join the family in mourning the loss of an outstanding leader, gentleman, and classmate.

The Class of 1946

Undergraduate Class of 1946