In Memory of


Arie Moor

Visitation

11:00am to 12:00 pm at Westside Community Church

Service

12:00 noon at Westside Community Church

Moor, Arie.
Peacefully, at his home in the Holland Marsh, with his daughter by his side, on Friday, November 24th, 2017. Arie Moor, in his 97th year, beloved husband of the late Henderika (Vanderlinden). Loving father of Nellie (late Peter) Johnston, Art (Treesa), and G.B. Moor (Carol Morison). Sadly missed by his grandchildren Arie Daryl (Julie), Jodie Moor (Rob Ascenzi), Tanya (Andrew) Dennis, Jeffrey (Kelsey), Valarie (Nick) Leininger, the late Lori Ann and his great-grandchildren Jacob, Hunter, Julian, Paisley, Finley, Mason, Tessa, and Case. Dear brother of Will Schowten and predeceased by his sister and many brothers.
The family will receive friends at Westside Community Church (formerly Springdale Church), 1466 5th Line, Bradford on Wednesday, November 29th, 2017 from 11:00 am until time of funeral service at 12:00 pm. Donations to the M.S. Society of Canada (80 Bradford St., Suite 133, Barrie ON L4N 6S7) would be appreciated by the family. Arrangements entrusted to Rod Abrams Funeral Home, Tottenham. www.RodAbramsFuneralHome.com

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Memorial Tribute

“Arie Moor”
  1. Caroline Moor wrote:

    Thinking of you all at this sad time . Love Doug & Caroline

  2. Bruce and Penny Bishop wrote:

    Love the picture, that is how we will remember him with that wonderful smile. Heartfelt condolences to his family.

  3. Sara Bowler wrote:

    Every day I was there I would let the dogs out at least once and he would ask me if the gate was closed. I guess he meant the outside gate and finally realized the gates upstairs were open…So he left to be with his wife. Rest in peace Arie.

  4. Heather wrote:

    Arie was such a happy, smart and caring man , it was always a pleasure to go in and visit with him . Two things he always said to me during my time with him : “You always need to have a sense of humour , that’s the most important thing to have” and ” Make sure you get home safely.” I will always remember those two things.
    He will truly be missed , Rest In peace Arie.

  5. Eddie Zeeman wrote:

    I feel like I knew him through his daughter. He was so much like my own Dutch Dad in many ways. Even the same age. Nellie and I shared many laughs about our upbringings, and those quirky incidents only Dutch kids growing up in Canada can understand. Rest in Peace Mr. Moor. You had a good productive life and raised a daughter with a heart of gold.

  6. henry and joan depeuter wrote:

    has always been uncle arie to me and will always be remembered as that..

  7. Judy Thornhill wrote:

    What a sweet man. Sending prayers and hugs.

  8. Carol Morison wrote:

    I have known Arie Moor for just over a decade. But the moment I met him I knew he was a kindred spirit. We had many discussions about life, animals and the education of children. He loved his family and was such a positive role model. Arie you will be forever missed but my memories of you will forever hold a special place in my heart ♥️ Rest in Pease

  9. Jack & Mary McBride wrote:

    Art, Treesa & family, we are saddened to hear of the loss of your dad. You are in our thoughts and prayers.

  10. Valerie Moor-Leininger wrote:

    97 years and life is still far too short.
    The longer we have together, the harder death is to process.
    A best friend, a safe haven, a laugh when needed, a cry when needed, a scold when needed. Most importantly- my reassurance when needed, even in the last days of his life.
    I am forever proud to be your grand-daughter, and forever grateful for everything you taught me.
    Arie and Henderika, together again.
    Love Forever and Always.
    ❤️

  11. Frank & Dorothy Jonkman wrote:

    To The Moor Family

    Frank and I and our entire family will never forget what a great man Arie was.
    His grea patience, love of life and his understanding ways will always be remembered
    and treasured by all our family.He was a like another Opa to us all.
    Rest in peace Arie and we will treasure your memories for ever.You are now with Reika,the love of your life.

  12. Norma-Jean Stephenson Frans wrote:

    You are are in our thoughts and prayers.

    John and Norma-Jean Frans

  13. Pieternella ( Patricia) Moor wrote:

    I will always have fond memories of Uncle Arie. He became my second Dad when my dad passed ( his brother -Bert Moor). I was only 8 years old at that time. Uncle Arie worked hard in the greenhouse, he loved his animals. It was so much fun as a child to visit Uncle Arie home. He was alway kind and loving I will miss you and all the kisses you threw me across the room when I visited. You will be in heaven with my Dad. Much love Pieternella

  14. Maddy Quinn & Ian Mulholland wrote:

    I came to visit Nellie a few times and had the pleasure of meeting you. You were a lovely person and still had a twinkle in your eyes. A person is blessed when he has a few friends. You had many,many friends,you are truly blessed. You will be greatly missed by Nellie.

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