January 4, 1939 - December 28, 2021
It is with a heavy heart that the family of Patricia (Pat) Moore announce her passing on December 28, 2021. She passed away peacefully with her children lovingly by her side. She was predeceased by her husband Clement Moore, son Charles Moore & sister Sandi Perreault. Those left to cherish her memory are her daughters Beth Rampone, Donna Morash (Rob Morash), and sons Ken Moore (Rosa Moore) & Jim Moore (Denise Bagshaw); as well as her grandchildren Brett Rampone, Sara Rampone, Doug Morash, Chelsey Brain, Dwayne Morash, Michael Moore, Amanda Moore, Christopher Folz, Tenille Bagshaw, Aodhan Moore, Dakota Moore, James Moore & Patrick
MacDougall and her great grandchildren Kaidence Morash, Calli Morash, Henley Brain, Kingston Brain, Amelia Rampone, Jayden Morash, Violet Morash, Makaela Morash & Leo Morash.
Pat was born January 4th, 1939 in Wilkie, Saskatchewan, moving to Sicamouse, BC in 1964. Because of her husband Clem's work the family was required to move every four years which took them to Alexis Creek, Surrey, Lumby and then finally to Prince Rupert in June of 1975.
Pat was a loving Wife, Mother, Grandmother, Great-Grandmother & Bookkeeper. She started working at the Bank of Nova Scotia in 1976, and after working there for a short time became a bookkeeper for Rupert Salvage and Rupert Acoustics.
From there she started her own bookkeeping company known as Pat's Bookkeeping & Answering Services. During Pat's years in Prince Rupert she was a devoted Lion's Club member, even achieving the award of Lion of the Year in 2006/2007. She also filled the roles of club Secretary/Treasurer, President and at one point Zone Chair Person.
Pat loved working and loved the long chats trying to solve all the problems of the world with her clients while enjoying a good cup of coffee. Pat also loved camping, crocheting and knitting.
There are not enough words in the world to express how much Pat aka "GoGo" (name her great grandchildren gave her) will be missed. She was a very strong, hardworking woman and would always be there if anyone needed her. We all love you SO very much and will keep you in our hearts forever. Until we meet again rest peacefully.
Pat's family would like to thank all the hard working nurses who took such good care of their mom/grandmother/great-grandmother during this difficult time.