Condolence: Our condolences to your family. Mr. Moore as he was known to me, hired me when I was only 15 years old. I worked at the IGA until I was 19 and went off the into the world to pursue my career. I was well equipped due to the lessons Mr. Moore taught me. He taught me to treat all persons with respect. He showed me that hard work was part of being successful in life. He was always willing to listen and was quick to praise you when you were doing a good job. He was all about giving people the benefit of the doubt. He was kind and compassionate. He was in short one of the one of the best. God bless.
Condolence: Mary, David, Heather and especially Cheryl my special childhood friend. Please accept our most sincerest condolences in the loss of Gordie. It is soooo hard to lose your husband/father. There is an emptiness within that can never be filled. But please know that Gordie will be with you in spirit as I know he was extremely proud of all of you and loved you all dearly. I will always cherish all my memories of Gordie. He was such a kind and gentle man. Sincerely Charlene, Todd and Adam Tattrie xoxoxo
Condolence: Mary David Heather and Cheryl so sorry to hear about the passing of Gordon...He was a wonderful man and one of the best neighbors you could ever have...I am sure Mary and Family you have a lot of great memories that will help and comfort you to get through this difficult time...Harold remembers when he was a kid that Gordon had a little store in his basement for all the kids from the Avenue...He had pop for 8 cents...chips for 5 cents and 10 cents...chocolate bars for 5 and 10 cents...Plus lots of penny candy...I am sure I was there everyday...Gordon will be missed he was a very kind and generous man...He brought us up things from his lovely garden...Yes we will miss his rhubarb...He will be missed by all...
Condolence: My sincere condolences to the Moore family on Gordon's passing. Although I have not had contact with him since SHS days, L remember him well as Dave Murray mentioned, a member of the lunch bunch basketball group and like Warren Coleman and Carl Bettle and many others, a member of the train gang as well as being a conscientious student.
Condolence: Our sincere condolences to all the family. I have many memories of Gordon and my Dad joking over Habs vs Leafs. I always considered Gordon as a model in humility and friendliness. Regards Heather.
Condolence: Our deepest condolences to all of you on the passing of such a wonderful family man. Gordie was a true gentleman and a great pleasure to know. You will all have many precious memories to carry forward with you. (Unfortunately, we are currently away and unable to attend the visitation or service.)
Condolence: Mary Heather Cheryl David and Families
He is just away in a land of light and peace, where warmth and love abound and worldly difficulties cease. He is just away, but his memory remains and the love he left within your hearts will help to ease the your pain.
We were so sorry to hear of Gordon's passing. He was such a great man and we remember the comedy team of Claude and Gordon who would do almost anything to get a laugh or thoroughly embarrass themselves in the many skits they performed. Such a great guy and so full of fun and always with that twinkle in his eye. He has left us with many wonderful memories.
Please accept our deepest sympathies and you will be in our hearts and prayers.