Guest Book for John Moore

Provided by Valley Funeral Home

Posted by: Debbie and mike mccarthy
Wed September 18, 2019
So sorry to hear about John..  He was my first boss when I started To work.  He was a great man.  May he Rest In Peace.
 

 
Posted by: Margo McIntyre
Wed September 18, 2019
So sorry to hear of John' passing. He was a real gentleman. RIP
 

 
Posted by: Barbara Ambler
Thu September 19, 2019
Many happy memories of time spent with John and Loretta at the tennis courts.
 

 
Posted by: Mary Ann & Randy Tennant
Thu September 19, 2019
We were sad to learn of John’s passing. He was well liked and respected at AECL and in his community. Rest In Peace John.  Sincere sympathies.
 

 
Posted by: Mark Jarbo
Fri September 20, 2019
Saddened to hear of John's passing. John joined our family for many Christmas, Thanksgiving and other holiday dinners after Loretta's passing. He was wonderful man and a true gentleman. R.I.P John.
 

 
Posted by: Mim Barry
Fri September 20, 2019
John and my husband Peter shared a love of model railways.  When our girls were young, John invited them to enjoy his Chalk River station model with various train timetable movements. He also tipped them off when special trains were due at Chalk River as he knew the engineers well - fun memories for our family.
In the past few years I enjoyed playing bridge against John and his partners many times.  He was a keen player.
John was a lovely person to know and will be missed.
 

 
Posted by: Henk van Zijl
Sat September 28, 2019
So sorry to hear about John's passing.

John was a fine gentleman. We shared the love for model trains.
Until 2 years ago John traveled quite regularly all the way to Ottawa to operate large scale trains on Saturday morning.

We will miss him.

Rest in Peace John

Your Friends in Ottawa
 

 
Posted by: Fred Mills
Sat September 28, 2019
I'm sorry to hear of John's passing.
  John IS a true and lasting friend. I will never forget the friendship; which he continuously shared with me, over the years.
Yes, as others have shared; John was always a true gentleman. We both shared a great interest in the great hobby of Railroading; the real railways, or our model railroads.
     Thank you, John.   May you rest in peace.
          Fred Mills, Ottawa