MOYES, Edward - Edward Moyes of Kingston Ontario passed away peacefully December 22nd at the age of 96. Edward was born September 3rd 1922 in Glasgow Scotland. He grew up in Glasgow with his sister Ann and brother Alex. Edward proudly served Great Britain in World War II in the British Royal Navy. During wartime Edward married his childhood sweetheart Emily Rankin McLunie who also proudly served Great Britain in the Royal Air Force, Emily loved and adored him the 65 years of their marriage. After D-Day Edward had cause for two wondrous celebrations; the birth of a new era and the birth of his daughter Beverly. A few years later Edward moved his family to Canada to join other family members who had migrated from Scotland. In Kingston, Ontario, Edward put his mechanical training to work for the Canadian Forces Base, where he was referred to as Jock or Scotty. He was a hard-working man who was known to be able to build or fix anything. Edward enjoyed a healthy life until recently and received an abundance of care and love from his family and also the staff of Trillium Retirement Residence. Edward is survived by his children; Beverly and husband Jack; Sandra and husband Jay; Ted and wife Pam; six grandchildren, 8 step grandchildren, five great-grandchildren, and 8 great-grandchildren in the US and Canada; sister-in-laws, nieces and nephews in Canada and Scotland. As requested by Edward there will be no service. May he rest in peace.
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Ed was one of a kind
Posted by Bill Amodeo (Neighbour) On Wednesday, February 27, 2019
Being a neighbour of Ed's for 24 years, we got to know him and Emily well. They loved our kids and were the best of neighbours. In his later years, we helped him out with yards/snow work until moving. Just wanted to say that they were the best of a bygone era. Opinionated, but compassionate.

Cheers to Ed !

Sad to hear
Posted by Alex (Nephew) On Monday, January 14, 2019
Sad to hear of the loss of my Dad’s only brother. Although I did not get to know him very well, I had much respect and admiration for him. Rest in peace.

Deepest Sympathy
Posted by Connie Baldock (Dibert) (Neighbor years ago) On Sunday, January 13, 2019
Thoughts and prayers are with your family at this time
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