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It is with broken hearts that we announce that David Moores passed away on February 19th, 2023, at the age of 61 surrounded by his loving wife and daughter after the most courageous battle with multiple myeloma. He was a proud Newfoundlander that was also known as Dave, babe, dad, daddy, Poppy, Sup, Super, Super Dave and wool.

Dave was blessed with a loving family and married his best friend with whom he raised his three amazing children. He taught them unconditional love while being his patient, strong, kind, hilarious, hard-working self. His pride and joy was having the privilege of being a Poppy to his five (almost 6) gorgeous grandbabies. He was someone who enjoyed the simple pleasures of life such as making bread, Ches’s fish n’ chips, turkey rolls, warm weather, spending time with his family in his garage, working with his hands, rocking out to any music, and travelling with the love of his life. He did have a profound love for riding his motorcycle and more recently his beloved Harley. He was able to complete his bucket list during the summer of 2022, when he rode his motorcycle to NFLD with Jo at his side for the most unbelievable trip. His best quality was how he took care of those he loved like making sure his Jo had her coffee holder on the motorcycle, calling his mom daily, making cheese toast for his youngest daughter or driving his grandkids to their sports on his bike. He lived a full life with plenty of fun which he loved talking about for hours such as the parties with his boys in St-John’s, the beach trips with his wife, the numerous concerts which ensured enough laughs to last a lifetime.

He is survived by his precious wife, Johanne and children, Natalie (Seb), Daniel and Sarah (Jaydon) as well as his grandchildren: Matteo, Simon, Audrey, Ilai and Anthony, his adored mother, Jean (Ledrew), his brothers and sisters: Cynthia (Laus), Don (Pete), Nancy (Darryl) and Wayne (Krista), his nieces and nephews: Tim, Joey, Sophia, Ben and Grace and great nephew and niece. He will also be dearly missed by his wife’s extended family, his beloved friends, and colleagues. He was predeceased by his father, Thomas Moores.

A Celebration of life will be held on February 25th, 2023, from 10:00am.to 12pm., at Heritage Funeral Complex at 1250 Trim Rd.

In lieu of flowers, memorial donations can be made to Myeloma Canada: 1255 TransCanada, Suite 160, Dorval, QC., H9P 1V4.

The family wishes to send a special thank you to the myeloma team at the Ottawa General Hospital, especially Dr. Sparu and Christine, the staff on the medical day unit, the nurses and doctors on 6 East and ICU and the palliative care team for the most compassionate care. 

Dave, thank you for all that you gave, you will be missed beyond measures and etched in our hearts forever. Ride on into the eternal sunset and rest in peace. 

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So sorry for your loss. Dave was a wonderful friend. We loved him dearly and so enjoyed our time living in Toronto and all the get togethers we had back and forth to Ottawa. A lot of great memories with beautiful people. You will truely be missed. Love Rebecca Mark Chad and Emma Wall

Johanne and family I’m so sorry to of hear of Dave’s passing. Thinking of you and wishing you peace and comfort as you remember super Dave and the years you had with each other. I know there are no words that I can say that with help you with your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you as you grieve. Hold on to the many memories of Dave, they will get your through the days ahead. Bless you all ❤️❤️. Gone from your sight, but never from your hearts 💕 Fly high with the angles Dave.

Cindy, Laus and Family — Our thoughts go out to you on the loss of your Brother Dave.
We both know what it is like to loose someone as dear as a brother.
Terri and Paul

The Callanans in Halifax send our love and thoughts to everyone mourning the loss of our uncle Dave. For the record, maybe that horseshoe really was a piece of string!

To the Moores families I send my deepest condolences. Dave your life on this earth was too short. .
RIP Super Dave.

my thoughts and love go out to all that are mourning the loss of Dave, may you find peace and comfort, please accept my condolences..
aunt Florence

So sorry for your loss. Our hearts go out to you and your family during this difficult time. Dave was a great friend. We will always remember our golf games together and how he loved to prank us at each game. We will also forever treasure the fun memories of our times spent in your garage laughing, listening to music and enjoying the company of good friends. RIP buddy.
John and Lise

Don, Pete, Mrs. Moores, Dave’s family and friends. We’re so sorry to hear of Dave’s passing and send our condolences to you all. We didn’t know Dave personally but heard wonderful stories about him. Those stories and your memories will no doubt bring you comfort during this difficult time.
Annette, Dave, Judy, and John

My deepest condolences to you all. Although I never had the good fortune to meet Dave, I do know his daughter Sarah and the love and pride she had for her Daddy. God bless.

Our sincere condolences go out to Jo, Natalie, Daniel and Sarah and the grandkids, on the loss of their amazing partner, dad, grampa and truly one in a billion human who was loved by all he met..

RIDE the sky Dave… May you rest in peace and in all the wonderful memories. Your family and friends carry forward…

Until we meet again.

Johanne, Natalie, Daniel, Sarah, Jean, Cynthia, Don, Nancy, Wayne and All Family.
Nettie and I are so sorry for your loss. We are thinking of you all and sending our love in this condolence. Cherish your wonderful memories of this beloved man. God Bless you all, at this difficult time. Eric and Nettie

Jean & family,
We are saddened to hear of the recent passing of David. We have many happy memories growing up together with him, Heartfelt condolences to you all at this difficult time. God bless ❤️
Ann & Ralph Perry

Aunt Jean, johanne and all my cousins,
my memories of David are from long ago when we were all growing up in st John’s together. boxing day visits, birthdays and around the bay. he was always smiling. a big wide grin. a warm smile. I haven’t been in touch with David for years but I feel so happy he had you Joanne, he called you aunt Jean everyday and his beloved children and siblings in his life. may he rest in peace and you all feel his warm smile in your hearts sending you my love

So sorry to hear this news .Dave always put a smile on my face and added such energy to any room. We had many fun times together when he dated my sister Barbara back in high school ( she passed away in 1997) and remained great friends. Rip sweet Dave condolences to the family and friends

Words cannot begin to express how saddened we were to hear of Dave’s (Big Iron’s) passing. We can only imagine the hole he has left in your life Johanne, and that of your family. It was an honour to know him and call him friend. He was certainly one of the good guys. R.I.P. Dave. You will be sadly missed.

Carol and Roger.

Chère Natalie et la famille

Le départ d »un être cher
Laisse toujours un grand vide
Impossible à combler

Le souvenir de ceux qu’on aime
Demeure en nous à jamais

Nos plus sincères condoléances

André et Lorraine Gauthier

Nos plus sincères condoléances à votre merveilleuse famille. Nous vous envoyons beaucoup d’amour et de pensées positives.

Cindy, Jean, Johanne and the Moores family. We are deeply saddened by the news of Dave’s passing. As you mourn his loss may you cherish the memories of his wonderful personality. Please accept our deepest condolences.
Pat and Dave

Growing up with Dave, my cousin and partner in crime, are wonderful memories. Dave was joyous to be around. He found humor in almost everything and an infectious smile that I see everytime I think of him.

I remember hanging out in the basement with Don when we were young in our salad days. Leslie, Jody and the gang. Dave would come and go, he was so cool. Captain of his ship! He remains, in my mind, young, handsome, eternally cool, clad in a Jean jacket, smiling. Taken far too soon.
Heartfelt condolences to your family from the Ellis’. He has left a beautiful legacy in his family.

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