Donald George Moar

July 7, 1958May 20, 2020

Donald George Moar left us Wednesday, May 20, 2020 at the age of 61 years.

Don was born on July 7, 1958 in Calgary, Alberta and lived in Calgary his entire life. He participated in many sports throughout his life. After graduating from high school, Don obtained his journeyman electronic technician ticket through SAIT and worked for many in years in that field. Don was the best caregiver that our parents could have had; he was a very loving son and brother.

Don will be sadly missed by his sisters Susan Thivierge of Calgary and Sharon Moar of Whitehorse, brothers Doug (Cathy) Moar and Bill Moar (Dianne LeBlanc) of Calgary, many loving nieces and nephews, one grandniece and many friends. He was predeceased by his parents Al and Marion, and his brother-in- law Joe.


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Bev and Keith Madsen

May 28, 2020

Kevin Lee

May 26, 2020

So sorry to hear the news, my condolences to the family. Doug, Bill, Susan, Sharon so sorry for your loss. I have many memories growing up with the Moar boys. Hanging out in the Moar basement Friday and Saturday nights, playing pool, drinking beer, taking turns flipping the next vinyl album. All the camping trips, the motorbikes rides, the trouble we got ourselves into. It was all great times.
Don was the guy with the infectious smile always happy and laughing. Easy going and always up for an adventure.
Don, sorry for splashing you with mud that time when we were motocrossing on our track out at Hunter Valley. You got really mad about that. But I think you realized that getting changed into clean clothes before going on the track wasn't the best thing to do. But you got even, and it was all good and all in good fun.
Lots of good memories around the fire camping. Tag team wrestling, tug or wars, building huge fires. Don was always game, great times.
You'll be missed Don.

Janice Klein

May 26, 2020

Please accept our heartfelt condolences for your loss. Don will be missed.
May your memories be comforting.
With love & hugs Jan & Tony

Keith Madsen

May 26, 2020

Our deepest sympathies to Sue, Sharon, Doug (Cathy) & Bill (Dianne) on the loss of your brother Don. Our hearts feel very sad. Don was not only our Best Man in 1977, but also the best guy. He was a kind, sensitive, sincere and somewhat shy person with the best heart. He was always ready and willing to help a friend or anyone that could use a helping hand.

We have so many wonderful memories and pictures of Don. We met in Jr. High and had many fun times over the years. Whether we were at the house singing along to our favourite tunes like “July Morning” (which still makes me think of him every time I hear it), to our many camping trips at Hunter Valley riding dirt bikes to Margaret Lake and many attempts to scale BJ cut line. When our kids arrived he was a natural with them! They were so excited when “Uncle Don” was coming over because he always took time to play and make them laugh. He would always help with our many house projects and happy to lend a hand. So many memories that we will always treasure and hold close to our hearts.

Don is now free and at peace… With Al, Marion and Joe now by his side, as well I'm sure he's with Brian Hawkes who was another close friend of our group who passed in June 2019. To the family we pray that your wonderful memories of Don will provide comfort and healing in the months and years to come. He really was one of the good guys!

To Don, our old friend, Rest in Peace you dear sweet soul! Love you always, Bev, Keith, Tyler, and Karla Madsen.

Terry & Paddy Farhall

May 25, 2020

So sorry to hear about Don's passing. I remember him from the early Servicemaster days when he and Don came in to help. He has also been taking care and repairing my old stereo. He will be missed!! Terry & paddy Farhall

Jennifer Ghattas

May 25, 2020

Sending condolences and love to the Moar family. Although I did not know Don well, I have spent my entire life around the Thivierge's who I consider my family. There were countless May Long Weekend camping trips and Boxing Days at Joe & Sue's spent with many of the Moar's. They all hold a special place in my heart and I am saddened by your loss. I hope comfort is found in all the memories being shared.
~Jennifer & Family

George Setterington

May 24, 2020

May I express my condolences for your brother, Doug. I never knew him but I lived near Doug and Cathy for many years and cherish their friendship. Don seemed far too young when he was taken. I hope there is solace in the fact that you admired him as a brother and friend. May his journey continue.
I wish support for all the Moar family at this time.

Paul & Claudette Halladay

May 23, 2020

Bill & Dianne and to all the Moar families

Our very sincere condolences for the loss of your brother DON
He left this world far too young ….
Thinking of all of you and may Don rest in Peace

Paul and Claudette Halladay

Bill and Marg Finnson

May 23, 2020

So sorry you will miss Don. Don was always nice and helpful, a great kid as we watched him grow up. He was such a great asset to the family. All our prayers are with you at this time. I'm sure you will all miss him, take care and keep in touch.
Marg and Bill

Noel DeSouza

May 23, 2020

Dear Moar and Thivierge Families,

Our deepest and sincerest condolences on the loss of your Brother, Don -- we will miss him dearly. Don was such amazing caregiver to your lovely Mom Marion while we your neighbour. In addition, he was such a lovely friend and an "Honourary Uncle" to my three children. Our fondest memory of Don was when he played "Santa Claus" and came to deliver gifts to our home on Christmas Eve! Rest-in-peace my friend and thank you for your all your kindness and friendship while we were your neighbour.

Noel and the DeSouza Family (Bianca, Darius, and Carmella)


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