Jerry Moore, 79 Gerald T. "Jerry" Moore, 79, died November 9 at St. Vincent de Paul Hospital. He had had Parkinson's disease for 10 years. Born May 31, 1925 in Rosemount, Ont., he was the son of Trueman Q. Moore and the former Lila Stevens. He grew up in Alliston, Ont., and married Mary Idelle Charles in Toronto in 1959. He lived in Etobicoke, now part of Toronto, and as an Ontario Provincial Police officer lived in several places in the province before moving to Brockville in 1967. He was posted with Prescott OPP detachment and was a sergeant on his retirement 16 years ago. He was instrumental in getting the train whistles stopped at Brockville crossings. He identified with the Anglican church. His interests were cards, playing pool at the Royal Canadian Legion branch, golf, skiing, tennis, badminton, camping and sailing with his friends. He enjoyed spending time with his grandchildren. Mr. Moore is survived by his wife Mary Moore; three sons, Gregory M. Moore and wife Diane of Odessa and Robert T. Moore and fiancee Christine and Michael C. Moore, all of Toronto, as well as two grandchildren, Spencer and Mallory. Friends called at the Barclay Funeral Home, Brockville, where on November 13 the funeral was held, with Rev. Andrew Chisholm, of Merrickville, officiating. Burial followed at Roselawn Memorial Gardens, Maitland. The pallbearers were sons Greg, Robert and Michael Moore and grandson Spencer Moore. Memorial donations were directed to the Parkinson Society and Hospice of Providence Palliative Care. Published in Section b, page 6 in the Saturday, December 11, 2004 edition of the Brockville Recorder & Times. Posted 10:07:51 AM Saturday, December 11, 2004.