Moore, Margaret ‘Peggy’ (née Jessup)

Moore, Margaret ‘Peggy’ (née Jessup)

May 20th, 2021

Peacefully passed away on Thursday, May 20, 2021, in her 95th year. Beloved wife of the late Kenneth Campbell and John Moore. Loving mother of the late Randall and Malcolm Campbell. Cherished Nana to Jason (Aisling) Campbell, Jennifer (Darryll) Joworski, and Andrew (Jen) Campbell. Great-grandmother to Kayliegh Campbell, Aubrey, Grayson, Ivey, and Skyelynn. Loving aunt to many nieces and nephews. Predeceased by sisters, Joan Lejeune and Kathleen Rothwell and daughter-in-law, Marsha Campbell. Cremation has taken place. A private memorial service will be held on Friday, May 28, 2021 at 11:00 a.m. at Westview Funeral Chapel, 709 Wonderland Road North, London. An interment will be held at a later date at the St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Quebec. A livestream of the memorial service will be provided for those wishing to view remotely.

To register for the livestream of the service, please click here: Registration page for the livestream of Peggy Moore’s private memorial service on Friday, May 28, 2021 at 11:00 a.m.

In lieu of flowers, those wishing to make a donation in memory of Peggy are asked to consider the Alzheimer Society London and Middlesex.

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Tom Rothwell I remember Auntie Peg as no nonsense but loving lady . She endured many things in her life that most would crumble from. She always came back strong and went on with life . We send our condolences to the remaining grand kids and great grand kids . All are love Tom & Monica
Jan BainI have great memories of Aunty Peg and Mom at the cottage. From chasing bats and moving mattresses until we collasped in fits on laughter. When I got older I could always talk to her and get her opinion of things. I will really miss her.
Elaine ReeceCondolences to the family. What a wonderful lady. Great Nana and Aunt. Auntie Peg certainly won't be forgotten by us. A great mentor to me when my Mum passed away. Peg was there for everybody . A great inspiration for all. ❤️
Donna RothwellMemory It is a presence in absence. It is a speech in silence, It is endless returns of past happiness, to which the heart gives immortality. Anonymous Aunt Peggy was a beautiful, strong and loving lady. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.
Bob ReeceCondolences to the family. Will be missed but not forgotten. Many good times and some sad times but Peggy was able to bounce back. I will always remember the good times. Prayers to all.
Rosina HooperPeggy and I played golf together at Thames Valley and I always enjoyed my game with her. We were both ex-pats and so had a common bond. Her wisdom and sense of humour was always appreciated. I remember her saying that the secret to living well and long was to keep moving, either by dancing or sports. She did well! May she Rest In Peace!
Robbin MacMillanI worked with Peggy at the City of Westmount back in the 60s and 70s. Peggy had a great sense of humour and shared it with everyone. She was always "up" no matter what difficulties she was going through. Along with Fran Talbot, Anne Claxton , we four were known as the "Old Bags" because every four months or so we would head out after work to a "bring your own wine" restaurant with our bottle in a bag! I can see the three of them now sharing a bottle or two! Peggy was a wonderful, warm lady, and I am very happy to have known her. . May she rest in Peace.
Vicki Reece My deepest condolences. I will always remember her laugh and her love for golf. Auntie Peg and Nanny Syl were thick as thieves when we all moved to London. I will miss her immensely.
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