Jane Janie Moore's Memorial

Jane Janie Moore
(1929 - 1997)

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General Details

Name: Mrs Jane Janie Moore
Maiden Name: Hall
Gender: Female
Age: 68 years old
Lived: Monday, 9 September 1929 - Sunday, 21 December 1997

My Story

I am not long winded but this is the anniversary of her death today - 13 years ago - very close to the moment I am writing this my Nanny took her last breath.  To me it was a visceral pain I cannot describe to anyone - but those of you who have lost someone who is the most important person to you in your life and you could never imagine living without - you understand that horrendous sick feeling that I can still feel all these years later.  I won't say anymore - just that I miss her as much as I did when she died - and there are so many things in my life I wish she could have been part of - sadly that is not to be.

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Biography

Fathers Name: Stewart Hall
Mothers Name: Isabel Hall
Spouse's Name: Donald Moore
Children's Names: Sarah Moore
Siblings Names: George Hall
Country of Birth: Canada
Country of Residence: Canada
City of Residence: Peterborough
Occupation: Education & Training
Marital Status: Separated
Religion: Other Christian

Interests

Favourite Team: Canadian Curling Teams
Favourite Movie: On Golden Pond
Favourite Artist: Dolly Parton

Passing

Place of Passing: St Josephs Hospital in Peterborough, ON
Date of Passing: 21 December 1997
Cause of Passing: Breast Cancer with mets
Type of Funeral: Memorial with cremation
Place of Burial: Little Lake Cemetery - buried on her father's grave
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