Peacefully after a short battle with cancer at Toronto Grace Hospital in his 75th year. Moe will be dearly missed by family and friends. Past member of the Toronto Naval Club and the Fraternal order of Eagles (Toronto Chapter). Cremation has taken place. A celebration of Moe’s Life will be held on Sunday March 18, 2012 at 2 p.m., at Bull & Firkin Pub, 1835 Yonge St. (Yonge & Davisville), in Toronto. If desired memorial donations may be made to Princess Margaret Hospital or Toronto General Hospital Foundations.

2 replies
  1. Debborah
    Debborah says:

    My Dearest Uncle Moe – You always entered a room with a smile on your face and a joke to share. And of course before our visits were over, there was alway a night of “jittabug” at he Naval Club. How proud you were to introduce me to all of your friends and of course bragging that I could almost keep up with you on the dance floor! There are so many memories of laughter; quiet talks and barbeques. And as I made my way to Toronto to carve a place of my own as a young lady in a big city, you were there, quietly on the sidelines, always ready to step forward whenever or if every I needed you. You will forever be with me my Uncle Moe. I am forever blessed to have had you in my life. My comfort comes from knowing that you are finally at peace, no more pain….and joined by family members who have passed before you. With love, Debborah

  2. Giselle
    Giselle says:

    It has been quite a privilage to know Moe, and he will be remembered with great love and respect. My thoughts are with Sean, the rest of Moe’s family and everyone else who has lost this amazing friend. We’ll miss you Moe, with much love, Giselle..xo


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