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May 28, 2019
Gord Moors

My relationship with Gord spanned 27 years. Gord and I began working together at Eastside dodge.
He always had a clear vision and I knew our beliefs were similar. Our mutual love of skiing and the mountains helped us form a bond beyond work. The community created at Varsity was one of humanity, caring and sharing. Gord believed charity starts at home, he was keen to support anyone who required help. Whether it was a CEO or someone struggling to make their next paycheque. His unofficial random acts of kindness program benefited many in good times and bad. Gord was always the perfect boss for me, we always respected each others style and usually each others judgement. Whether it was a hard business conversation about the numbers of the day, or who we were helping in our community, Gord always tried to teach as well as learn. His approach most always delivered a message and a compliment. Our conversations always included updates on our families, our children, our personal joys and heartbreaks. These are the things that made Gord the man that he was.
Gord and I shared the mutual belief that you should always leave people and things better than when you arrived. I am happy that Trish and Gord found each other, as Gord was better with you.
To Dani, Trish, and the Moors family, we are sad for the day, but better for life because of Gord.
Many Alumni and friends of Varsity share their condolences through me to you all.
I am proud of all we accomplished together, whether it was easy or hard it was most always with love.
Our time is brief, make life large!
Love from:
Alan , Rebecca and the Morasch Family.
May 28, 2019
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