George Moore, 60 George Thomas Moore, 60, died of heart failure November 10 at Kingston General Hospital. He had been ill for six weeks. Born April 19, 1944 in Brockville, he was the son of George Parsons Moore and the former Betty L'Anglais. He was educated at Prince of Wales Public School and Brockville Collegiate Institute. During high school and in his early adult years, he was a member of the Brockville militia. He graduated from a four-year industrial machinist-mechanic apprenticeship program at Alcan in Kingston on July 1, 1967. He began working at Automatic Electric immediately after completing his apprenticeship and remained there until the plant, then called Sanmina SCI, closed in November 2002, at which point he retired. Mr. Moore married Heather Cochrane on August 12, 1967 in St. John's United Church, Brockville. He was a member of St. John's and an associate member of the Royal Canadian Legion. His main interest was his family, but he had also travelled extensively in Canada, Florida, the Caribbean and Europe. An animal lover, he especially liked dogs and particularly the dachshund breed. The latest of four pet dachshunds was MacDuff (Duffy). He is survived by his wife Heather Moore, daughters Leslie Moore of Prescott and Lyndsay Moore of London, Ont., brother Douglas Moore and wife Patricia of Winnipeg, uncle Donald Moore of Kingston, aunt Hope Kersh of Brockville and mother-in-law Mabel Cochrane of Brockville. He was predeceased by his parents. Friends called at the Barclay Funeral Home, Brockville, where on November 13 the funeral was held, with Rev. Myra Garvin of St. John's United Church officiating. Burial followed at Oakland Cemetery. Memorial donations were directed to the Canadian Diabetes Society and the Heart and Stroke Foundation. Published in Section c, page 3 in the Thursday, December 9, 2004 edition of the Brockville Recorder & Times. Posted 4:37:58 PM Wednesday, December 8, 2004.