Ann M Moir

March 4th, 1947 - November 5th, 2021
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Ann Margaret Moir, born March 4, 1947, passed away peacefully on Nov. 5, 2021. Ann is survived by her siblings Bob, Peter and Jean. Ann will certainly be missed but we are grateful that Ann is finally at peace. A service will be held with friends and family in the future. Amnesty International was close to Ann’s heart; a donation to Amnesty in lieu of flowers would be appreciated.


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Fiona Lyon
November 21st, 2021

Though oceans separate our two families, the Moirs and the Rodes have always held each other in our thoughts and prayers. We have shared in our families' celebrations and our losses, and are holding Ann and the whole Moir family in mind at this time.
We will remember Ann for her wry smile, her quick wit and dry sense of humour; her desire to travel and thirst for knowledge; her ability with handcrafts and most of all, for her faith and, her unfailing determination to never give up.
Rest in peace Ann.
With our love,
The Rode Family

Diane Martin
November 13th, 2021

Ann, and her mother Doris, were two of the first people that I met when I moved to Vancouver in 1972. I have countless wonderful memories of special times we all shared together with my mother, Edith Martin. How Ann LOVED to play Scrabble with my mother! Ann had a heart for those in need....knitting hats for the homeless during the winter....working with Amnesty International along with her friend, Jennifer Wade.volunteering to organize and administer the library at Christ Church Cathedral. I loved Ann's sense of humour and her laughter....hearing stories of her experiences during the years she worked abroad. Ann faced many challenges in her life.but held on fast to her faith in Jesus for hope and strength. She was a light for Him in this world. I will miss Ann very much.

Colleen O'Neil
November 11th, 2021

Like her Mom Ann was a great knitter and and sewer and spent many hours making p.j.'s for my kids (her niece and nephew) and knitted toques for just about everyone in the family a few years ago. And she was a great scrabble player often beating my brother Brian who in our family is considered the best. And in terms of giving to others, she was a passionate volunteer for Amnesty International and visited so many older friends and acquaintances who might have needed company in the hospital or care facility. Ann had a wry sense of humour and loved nothing more than to tease the heck out of her brothers and sister and her nieces and nephews. She will be missed especially by her brother Peter (my husband) who talked to her almost every night over the last decade or so.

A Memorial Tree was planted for Ann M Moir
November 10th, 2021

We are deeply sorry for your loss ~ the staff at A Simple Cremation

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