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Craig Moores

In loving memory of Craig Moores, it is with great sorrow that we inform you of his passing on July 25, 2023, in Dover, NB. Craig was born in Moncton and was the cherished son of Trudy Meade and Ralph Moores.

Craig’s passion for hockey was evident throughout his life. He attended Riverview High School, where he played for the Royals and later for the Blues, his main team. Admiring Carey Price, Craig pursued his dream of becoming a goaltender and was overjoyed when he achieved it. After completing high school, he obtained a motorcycle mechanic’s diploma from NBCC, enabling him to pursue his full-time career working with motorcycles. As a part of his dream, Craig joined the same riding club as his father, relishing the rides and the close bonds formed within the group. He was a fervent lover of the outdoors, engaging in activities such as boating, fishing, four-wheeling, dirt biking, and simply taking leisurely strolls. Recently, he developed a fondness for the chickens his mother raised, visiting them faithfully. Craig displayed a natural talent for various sports, including baseball, badminton, tennis, wrestling, and of course, hockey. Above all, he cherished the quality time spent with his loved ones and friends, while also finding solace in playing the guitar. Nurturing his faith was vital to Craig, as he participated in spiritual gatherings at Victory Life Center whenever possible.

Craig leaves behind a lasting memory in the hearts of his mother, Trudy Meade (Jason), and his father, Ralph Moores (Tricia). He will forever be remembered by his step-siblings: Sara, Blake, Mitchell, Daniel, Parker, and Cole. Craig also leaves behind his grandparents: Elvie Underhill, June Lillington (George), and Harry Meade, as well as several beloved aunts, uncles, and cousins. His passing is mourned by his dear friends from the riding club, whom he greatly admired. Additionally, Madison and Colin, whom he regarded as siblings, and his loyal canine companion, Mia, also grieve his loss.

Craig was preceded in death by his grandfather, Harold Underhill.

A celebration of Craig’s vibrant life will be held on Monday, July 31, at 6pm at Cobb’s Funeral Home and Cremation Center, located at 330 Whitepine Rd, Riverview (869-2007). In honor of his memory, we kindly ask you to prepare a short story or memory of Craig to share during an open mic session. Donations in his honor can be made to the Canadian Cancer Society. To extend your condolences, kindly visit the following website: http://www.cobbsfuneralhome.ca.

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