Gregor Albert Moore

24 March , 194230 April , 2019

Known for his kindness, gentleness, generosity, huge, loyal heart and quirky sense of humour, the other half of my soul, Greg Moore, aged 77, hopped aboard his Gold Wing and “Hummmed” his way to Heaven on April 30, 2019. My big teddy bear, known for his exceptional hugs, was cheered on his way by Lynn, his wife of 50 years, family members consisting of his mother, sister, cousins, five children, five grandchildren, in-laws, out-laws and most especially his fan club of friends near and far, old and new. Also, by his dog “Atma” with whom he carried on a ten-year love affair (Lynn’s permission granted) and who loved to cover him in doggy kisses where ever she could find his exposed skin.

Upon his Heavenly arrival, the welcome party had already begun. His Grandparents, Dad, uncles, aunts and faithful friends, young and old, all healthy once more, exuberantly cheered his arrival and congratulated him for a life well done. Many chanting his two popular nicknames “Dusty” or “Hammer”

He loved engines of all kinds and thus chose the following careers: RCAF Aero Engine Technician, semi-truck mechanic and concrete truck mechanic. An innate affinity for vehicle motors favoured him with an enormous and much appreciated talent.

Riding his motorcycle was his passion. Many a time Lynn joined him on short and long trips both thoroughly enjoying their adventures and togetherness. And now he rides the Universe with biker buddies Dean and Chris while he awaits the arrivals of his earthly loved ones.

If you have an urge to honour Greg, please do so with a contribution to the Canadian Cancer Society or the SPCA.

Within a month or two, we will gather to Celebrate the life of this well-loved man. Watch for the announcement.

Arrangements have been entrusted to Vernon Funeral Home, Phone: 250 542 0155 Condolences may be offered at Dignity Logo


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Lothar and Vivienne Schulz

3 May 2019

Greg was our neighbour and friend. We miss him already. Many times he would come over sit on our deck and we would talk about everything under the sun. We always managed to get in conversations about engines, motorcycles and airplanes. Before he went into the hospital we sat outside on the tailgate of his truck and spoke about the future. He had plans to work on the bike, take it out for a run and enjoy life with Lynn and Atma. Many people thought we were brothers and it felt like he was the brother I never had. Vivienne and I will miss seeing him wearing his sweats and puttering with the bike or in the yard.

Deb & Jack Schramm

3 May 2019

Beautiful tribute to Greg. He is up there riding through Heaven on his Goldwing or I should say on his Heavenly golden wings. My deepest sympathies to Lynn and all the Family. Much love from Deb & Jack Schramm Peachland

William Ewing

3 May 2019

Lynn - our times together will never fade. Here are Greg & I with Sally Wagner "working" the St. Andrews airshow. We all have to remember the great times. Bill & Lin