We Remember

MOORE, Graham

1958 – 2021

It is with great sadness we announce the passing of Graham Moore.

He was predeceased by his son, Chris Moore; brother Scott Moore; and both parents Tom and Luda Moore. Graham is survived by his daughter Melissa Moore; his grandchildren Hannah and Chrissy; long-standing friend and mother of his children Kim Moore; brothers Brent (Gladys) Moore and Ralph (Linda) Moore; sister-in-law Patti Moore and numerous nieces and nephews.

Graham was extremely passionate about sports, but particularly hockey and his Chicago Blackhawks. He started skating on the ice, hockey stick in hand, at a very early age. The Rockets games will never be the same without Papa. He was also a huge fan of the Saskatchewan Roughriders. He travelled around Canada with his daughter to many sports venues.

He grew up in Yorkton, Saskatchewan with his 3 brothers and both parents. He often referred to his dad as his hero. He had a great love for the outdoors. He spent a lot of time fishing and camping over the years.

Graham had an extremely strong work ethic. He enjoyed working 30+ years on the roof and worked with many great people, including his son. He ended his career as a security guard which he thoroughly enjoyed, and was well respected.

The words that come to mind for those that knew Graham: compassionate, genuine, witty, kind, patient, and loving.

Graham will be remembered as a very loving grandfather to Hannah and Chrissy, and a great friend to many.

May you rest in peace Papa; “number 22, we want you!”

Service to be held at a later date (Covid-19 permitting) In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Freedom’s Door.

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  • Chrissy (granddaughter) says:

    he looked so happy in this photo. he was a good man when he was sober.

    • Melissa says:

      It’s such a nice picture of you girls and Papa. He sure had his struggles, but just know he talked to everyone about how proud he was of his grandchildren. He loved you more than anything. He’s resting peacefully with Uncle Chris now.

  • Cheryl Imayoshi says:

    Kim, Melissa and family,
    My sincere condolences go out to all of you. I remember Graham as a very kind person who always spoke proudly of his family. My thoughts are with you all, Cheryl

  • Wanda Agar says:

    Graham was such a blessing to us at Freedom’s Door. He was always a joy to see whenever he came into the office. Graham made some great strides when he was here. He will be greatly missed by everyone. Our hearts go out to all of his family.

  • Wanda Agar says:

    One of Graham’s Graduation Pictures

  • Wanda Agar says:

    Another Picture of Graham


    So sorry for your loss. I had the pleasure of getting to know Graham at Freedom’s Door. He had a gentle but determined spirit and a love for his family I admired! He adored his granddaughters and spoke highly of them:) Your family has been prayed for….Stephanie

  • Dwaine (Tuby) and Leiflynn Turberfield says:

    We were deeply saddened to hear of Graham’s passing. He was a great friend to Dwaine growing up in Yorkton. We both have fond memories of “Luda” and so many great times together. He had such a joy for life and laughter. Deepest sympathies to the families. Rest easy buddy, until we meet again.

  • Dwaine (Tuby) and Leiflynn Turberfield says:

    We were deeply saddened to learn of Graham’s passing. He was a great friend to Dwaine growing up in Yorkton. Many fond memories of our times together. “Luda” was always full of life and laughter. Never a dull moment with him around. Deepest sympathies to the families. Rest In Peace buddy, until we meet again.

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