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Thérèse Moore

Thérèse Helene "Terry" Moore (Godreau)

Thursday, November 13th, 1930 - Thursday, May 28th, 2020
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Obituary

THÉRÈSE HELENE MOORE
1930 - 2020


It is with heartfelt sadness that the family of Thérèse “Terry” Helene (Godreau) Moore announces her passing at the Tillsonburg District Memorial Hospital on Thursday, May 28, 2020 at the age of 89 years. Beloved wife of the Late Stanley Moore (2006). Proud and loving mother of Terry Moore (Betty) of Cambridge, the Late JoAnn Wilkie (2011) and Helen Moore-Parkhouse (Bruce) of Calgary. Cherished grandmother of Craig Moore (Kim) of Cambridge, Kelly Moore (Kathleen) of Cambridge, Jennifer Festeryga (James) of Ottawa, Kay Arghittu of St. Catharines, Emily Parkhouse of Calgary and great-grandchildren Daniel, Hannah and Alex Moore. Dear sister of Stella Thibodeau and Jacques Godreau both of Quebec. Sister-in-law of Jackie Godreau of Hamilton. Terry is also survived by many nieces and nephews. Predeceased by her parents Hormidas and Laura (Gaudreau) Godreau, brother Leo Godreau, sister Rae Shillinglaw. Terry was an avid golfer, and also loved playing Bridge with her friends. Terry was employed with the Royal Bank for 35 years and was a proud member of St. Mary’s Roman Catholic Church in Tillsonburg. In keeping with Terry’s wishes, cremation has taken place. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, service will be private and is limited to the number of attendees as required to maintain physical distancing. Memorial donations may be made to the St. Mary’s Roman Catholic Church, Building Fund, and may be made by contacting OSTRANDER’S FUNERAL HOME LIMITED, 43 BIDWELL, ST., TILLSONBURG, ON, N4G 3T6, (519) 842-5221, have been entrusted with arrangements.
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    Location
    Tillsonburg Cemetery Columbarium
    Address
    191193 Simcoe St.
    TILLSONBURG, ON
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Donations are being accepted for: ST. MARY'S PARISH.

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Ron and Sandy Proctor

Posted at 09:19am
It was with sadness that I read of Terry's passing in the local paper. We shared many fun and frustrating evenings learning to Square Dance together many years ago. Often she and I would end up being each others "corner" due to the lack of male participants and so, our pet name for each other became "Corner". We didn't often see each other but the last time I saw Terry we greeted each other with a hug and "Hi Corner!" Terry was lovely to know and Ron and I have many happy remembrances of her. Sandy and Ron Proctor
KM

Kim A Morris-Morgan

Posted at 03:50pm
Dear family of Terry, we are extremely sad to hear of her passing. Terry was such a lovely person with an amazing heart. She always had a story or joked with us when she came into the store. She loved her church work and had an amazingly strong faith. We will miss her smiling face, as will many other who have known her. Take care of each other.

Kim A. Morris-Morgan and the associates at
Norther Reflections Ltd. in the Tillsonburg
Town Center
WT

Walter Thornton

Posted at 12:18am
Bonita and I extend condolences from Toronto to Terry and Helen and the rest of our family. We cannot add much to what our sister Joan and brother Bob have written. In addition to childhood visits with Aunt Terry, Uncle Stan and Terry, JoAnn and Helen, Stan and Terry invited me to stay with them when I was working for the Town of Tillsonburg. Aunt Therese's boundless energy, kindness and sense of humour is a rare combination and she was always gracious and patient with me as I attempted to converse with her en francais over breakfast when I was a guest at their home. Aunt Terry will be sadly missed Love Bonita & Walter Thornton
LO

Lynda Ouellette

Posted at 10:18pm
Terry was such a beautiful soul, a wonderful family friend. I will miss seeing her smile and I know my dad will miss her visits. Our love and condolences to the whole family! So many wonderful memories over the years.
Lynda Ouellette (Labelle) and family
JR

Joan Reade

Posted at 09:38pm
Sending my and Bob's heartfelt sympathies to Terry's loved ones.  She was a truly beautiful person.  I remember so fondly visits with Aunt Terry and Uncle Stan and family when Walter and I were kids - they were fun-filled and action packed.  I particularly remember Aunt Terry's high tolerance threshold for shenanigans  ("kiss the cat Aunt Terry").  I still cherish my memories from those happy times.  And there could not have been more welcoming and generous hosts for visits to Florida to enjoy the sun and experience the Magic Kingdom.
  
Aunt Terry's positivity and energy were truly inspirational and she will be greatly missed.
  
Joan Reade, Ottawa

Be still my soul; the hour is hast'ning on
When we shall be forever with the Lord,
When disappointment, grief, and fear are gone,
Sorrow forgot, love's purest joys restored.
Be still my soul; when change and tears are past,
All safe and blessed we shall meet at last.
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