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It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Linda Moore (nee Darling), after a brief illness, at the Bruyere Hospital in Ottawa with her daughter by her side. Linda was born in Port Hope, Ontario to the late Norman Darling and late Annie Cadzow Campbell Reid. She will be lovingly remembered by her sisters, Norma Wright (Randy), Diane McDonald (Paul) and Lorraine Manley (Tom) and many nieces and nephews.
Linda’s greatest accomplishments were her children, Katrina and Ryan (Lauren). She especially loved her role as “Nana” to Connor, Jamison, Callan and Deryn and she sought to instill in them a sense of adventure and pass along to them her love of music and art. She will be fondly remembered by Garry Moore and the extended Moore family.
Linda graduated from the Toronto College of Nurses and began a lifelong nursing career working in Cobourg and Peterborough. She was well known for her professionalism and compassion by both her colleagues and patients. She later travelled to BC where she lived for a time and often had many stories of living in the “North Country”. She eventually moved to Ottawa to be closer to her daughter and grandchildren.
Due to the ongoing pandemic there will be no service at this time. A celebration of Linda’s life will be held in Port Hope, hopefully in summer 2021, once restrictions are lifted.
The family asks that you spend time with your children, take a walk on the beach with your loved ones, and make a toast to enduring friendships, lifelong and beyond. That is what Linda would wish.
Dear Katrina and Ryan, I am so sorry for the loss of your Mom. I am thinking of you and sending big hugs Gail Deveau ( Damen’s Mom)
I worked with Linda many years ago at Cobourg hospital. Wonderful nurse and great friend. So sorry to hear of her passing.
Linda was a super staff member and nurse. all her patients where well cared for with gentleness , kindness and wisdom.I felt honoured to be her charge RN.so very sorry to hear of her passing our prayers are with her family.
Dear Katrina and Ryan - We are very sorry for your loss. What a lovely picture of Linda. That is how she looked when we first met her. We are thinking of you. Take care. Sincerely, Janet and Steve Urch
I worked with Linda at the old Cobourg hospital and the Golden Plough. We lost touch over the years but I remember her as a kind and dedicated nurse. My sincere condolences to her family.
I worked with Linda at the Golden Plough. She was a lovely, caring person. My condolences to her family
I am so sorry to hear of your Mom's passing. I worked with your Mom on 1st. South at the old Cobourg hospital. She was a dedicated, caring nurse who gave wonderful care to her patients. Deepest sympathy to the family.
Our Condolences to the families, we go back a couple of years when we team up for the races at the Nicholson file picnics and we never did find the Darling connection to my grandfather,
We have fond memories of Linda from her years lived in Cobourg. She was a dedicated, compassionate nurse and I enjoyed working with her at the "old Cobourg District General Hospital " and also at Legion Village. Our sincere condolences to her family.
I am so sorry to hear about Linda. We worked together on 1st. South at the old hospital. I lived working with Linda and I treasured her friendship. Every few years we always seemed to be able to connect with each other. Rest in peace my friend.
Dear Katrina, Ryan & families, So sorry and saddened to read of your Mom’s passing. May happy memories keep her in your hearts forever. Thinking of you at this time. Old neighbour from Havelock Street.
I am so sorry to hear about Linda. I worked with her at the Cobourg District General Hospital she was a good friend and a awesome nurse❤️One memory I can share about Linda was the night we were together and we had a bad ice storm!!! So your mother suggested I stay at your house on Havelock Street. We walked home down James street it was scary as trees were snapping! I didn’t sleep very well that night because of storm or it might of been you or your brother were awake in night crying!! I haven’t seen Linda in a long time but I will remember her as a dear friend❤️
Such a wonderful person Linda was when we were in Port Hope High School ,my sincere condolences to Linda 's Family , Heaven just received a beautiful Angel ,RIP 🙏
Our love and sincere Condolences go out to Linda’s family.
Lorraine, Tom and family, words cannot express our deep sadness at the passing of your sister Linda. We are thinking of you and send our love.
Dear Lorraine, Tom and family. Our sincere condolences for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time. Love from Darrell, Noelle and family.
Lorraine, Tom and family... Please accept our sincere condolences to you and all of your family during this sad time with the passing of your sister. Ken,Ginny,Quinn and Zachary Manley
Garry, Katrina, Ryan and family: Our sincere condolences on the loss of your dear Linda. She was very proud of her children, was a hard worker and loved her nursing career. Linda had a great sense of humour and I loved to hear her laugh. We will plan to walk on the beach and toast to enduring friendships. God Bless Your "old" neighbours
I'm so sorry to hear of your mom's passing. Your mom talked about you kids all the time. Her pride and joy. Lois anne and Lois simpson.
Katrina so sorry to hear of your Moms passing.She was a beautiful lady inside an out.We send our sincere condolences to all.Cherish your memories
Our sincere condolences...the thought of taking a walk on the beach with loved ones is so special...we wish your family well
We are so very sorry to hear about Linda's passing. Our sincere sympathy to Katrina, Ryan, and the entire family. Although we haven't been in touch for a number of years, we have lots of happy memories of Linda.
My condolences. She loved her children and grandchildren. She will be miss. Sorry for your loss
Katrina & Ryan and family, I am so very sorry to hear about Linda’s passing. I had the pleasure of working with her at the “old Cobourg hospital”. It was always a pleasure to work a shift with her! We lost touch over the years but every now and again we make a connection! Our thoughts and prayers are with you all during this time! Sincerely, CarolAnn Heffernan ( Lougheed)
I am so sorry to hear of Linda’s passing. I worked at Cobourg General Hospital with her and she always had funny stories to tell and often kept our spirits up when we had had a tough shift. Rest in peace, Linda. Nancy Dalgarno