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Ger­ald Fran­cis Moses April 13, 1942 to Fe­bru­ary 21, 2017 - Born in An­napo­lis Royal to the late Don­ald and Eve­lyn Moses, Ger­ald leaves to mourn his wife of 53 years, Vina, daugh­ters: An­netta Mos­es­gor­man, Cindy Moses and Wendy (Jeff) Zegray; grand­chil­dren: Alexa, Sa­man­tha & Bran­don Gor­man, Justin Mar­riott, Ni­cholas Zegray; step­grand­chil­dren: Kris­ten, Michael and Bran­den Zegray. A spe­cial ad­di­tion is his Great Grand­baby girl, six-month old Eliana Macarthur. Ger­ald was very proud of his chil­dren and grand­chil­dren and de­lighted in their ac­com­plish­ments. A school­teacher of 39 years, Ger­ald al­ways said he never did get out of Ju­nior High. Ger­ald not only grad­u­ated from Harkins Academy in New­cas­tle, NB but he be­gan his teach­ing ca­reer there be­fore mov­ing and teach­ing in Hal­i­fax and Dart­mouth. He was a tal­ented mu­si­cian play­ing lead gui­tar in 50/60 Rock ‘n Roll bands both on the Mi­ramichi, N.B. in­clud­ing The Re­union Band and in the South Shore of Nova Scotia with Blues­tar and The Sil­ver­tones with his wife and Melinda Nau­gler. He loved play­ing coun­try bass with Dale Verge and Doin Coun­try and back­ing lo­cal mu­si­cians. A mu­si­cal cel­e­bra­tion of his life will be held for fam­ily and friends at the Liver­pool Le­gion, Sun­day, March 5th from 2-5. His fam­ily ex­tends a big thank you to 911, RCMP, ME Staff, Liver­pool Fire Depart­ment and es­pe­cially his daugh­ter An­netta - an ICU nurse who bravely per­formed CPR un­til the paramedics came who sought to ex­tend his life. We truly ap­pre­ci­ated their ef­forts. Do­na­tions in Ger­ald’s mem­ory may be made to QCCR Com­mu­nity Ra­dio, PO Box 1244, Liver­pool, NS or to the Hank Snow Home Town Mu­seum, PO Box 1419, Liver­pool, NS B0T 1K0. On­line con­do­lences may be made to www. chan­dlers­fu­

Born in Lock­e­port, Jan­uary 15th, 1935; Passed away in Toronto Fe­bru­ary 6th, 2017. She was pre-de­ceased by her par­ents, Harold and Pearl, and broth­ers Harold and Ernest. She is lov­ingly remembered by her twin sis­ter Inez, and broth­ers Ron­ald, Dean and Robert, and many nieces and neph­ews. At Iva’s re­quest, cre­ma­tion has taken place. A memo­rial ser­vice will be held this sum­mer in Lock­e­port, an­nounce­ment to fol­low.

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