Charity Moore

Died: Tue., Jul. 29, 2014


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Waawaaskonenhs
"Wasse"  
Charity Moore
Born on a beautiful warm day, May 12, 1978.
Started her spirit journey peacefully surrounded by her family at the Hamilton General Hospital
on July 29, 2014, at the age of 36.

Cherished mother of Riley Justice Feir of London
and Danny Carl William Feir of M'Chigeeng.
Partner of Greg Hoffman of Hamilton.
Precious daughter of
Marilyn Debassige (Clarence Pangowish),
Peter Fergus-Moore (Joyce).
Sister of
Bidassigekwe Mary (husband Steve) Alikakos,
Gishgokwe Sarah,
Niibinkwe Clarice,
Emma Rae.
Auntie of Nicholas and Elias.
Loved Goddaughter of Darlene Wells.


Dear friend of K'Chitwa Cada, Rose & Kym.
Predeceased by grandparents James & Lillian Debassige and Richard Moore & Eleanor Bradley and Aunt Grace Soucy.
Forever remembered by the St. Charles family Auntie Edna & family, Uncle Jim Dumont,  Auntie's Liza & Linda Manitowabi and family, Uncle Don Cada, Auntie Marjorie Trudeau and many cousins, aunties, uncles, dear friends.

Her boys were her everything, Wasse was a loving mother.
A social person who loved her friends, she was thoughtful, kind and put others before herself. She was talented and an expert at beadwork.  Her twinkly eyes lit up a room, and her laughter spread like waves.


Visitation
from 4pm Friday at Saswaahns Spiritual Centre
until
Funeral Mass
11:00 am Monday August 4, 2014
at Immaculate Conception Church

Burial in M’Chigeeng Community Cemetery

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June Shawanda Richard & Butch Richard
   Posted Thu July 31, 2014
Deepest sympathies to family, friends and loved ones. Our thoughts and our prayers are with all of you. May God give you strength and peace.
Love
June & Butch

melannie migwans
   Posted Thu July 31, 2014
My deepest sympathies to the family of this beautiful woman.Charity was an amazing friend with a kind and generous soul.Rest in Peace my friend until we meet again

Sandra Lent
   Posted Fri August 01, 2014
Your loss is also ours. Deepest sympathy, sorrowful blessings.
Sandra (St. Charles Family)

carol mckegg
   Posted Sun August 03, 2014
Dear Peter.
I am so sorry to hear of Charity's death.
A child isn't supposed to die first, it just isn't the way things are supposed to happen. I hope the prayers and thoughts of good friends and family will help to ease the pain somewhat.
I will be thinking of you and I will be with you in spirit if not in person.
Take care
Carol

lara wakegijig fournier
   Posted Tue August 05, 2014
Hello to all of Wasse's family. I am so sorry for your loss. I just want to share a story: Wasse and I were in Junior school together. I used to suck my thumb habitually man! and guess what? I found a friend who had the same habit- remember how she used to suck on her pointer finger when she was young??? The last time I saw my friend wasse was when we hung out at the Providence bay fair back in 1996. A couple of weeks ago, I had just been telling my husband about Wasse as we drove by the Lakeview P.S. Take care everyone

Hilde & David Nichold
   Posted Tue August 05, 2014
Dear Marilyn and Family
We are very sorry about the loss of your daughter. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. I really don't know what else to say since I can not relate to your pain. All I can tell you, I feel bad for you. Losing my parents and my brother was hard, I can not imagine the pain of losing a child.
May God give you strength and stability to go through this day and to move on from this day forwards.
Your friends from Chelmsford

Hilde & David Nichols
   Posted Tue August 05, 2014
Dear Marilyn and Family
We are very sorry about the loss of your daughter. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. I really don't know what else to say since I can not relate to your pain. All I can tell you, I feel bad for you. Losing my parents and my brother was hard, I can not imagine the pain of losing a child.
May God give you strength and stability to go through this day and to move on from this day forwards.
Your friends from Chelmsford

Zead Elkassem
   Posted Mon January 05, 2015
so there is a time where I look at you and I think to myself man I remember the days when we hung out in London and you always smiled at me and didnt judge me you liked me for me and I did the same I know your a good friend and you will be missed Wasse I know your looking down and smiling at everyone you cared and loved

Ellis Makoha
   Posted Wed April 22, 2015
To The Family Of Charity Moore,

Dear Charity, I remember your pretty eyes, and laugh like a wind chime.
You had deep wisdom and you quiet strength. Even though we were the same age, you seemed to have a lifetime of wisdom and savvy over me. So enjoyed our talks very much.
Like all who loved you, I was shocked. You had much more to share, but that is how life is sometimes.

To All your loved one and family and children and friends, I feel for you.

You friend, Ellis.

Thank You Charity.

Gregory Hoffman
   Posted Thu May 28, 2015
Well its been 10 months since the most precious of women was taken from the world. The services at the funeral home, the church, and the cemetary were extremely well put together. I thank everyone in your community for helping me cope and get through the worst days of my life. The love and compassion and empathy was what carried me. I could not have functioned on my own. Wasse I miss your laugh and smile. There wasn't a day we were together that we didn't make each other laugh and smile. No matter how hard life got we had everything we needed to be happy. Love. My life is void of that love. The person you helped me become is dying. Everything looks bleak without that smile to guide my way. I will be with you again my love. I still reach out for you at night. Sometimes I swear you are right there laying with your head on my chest telling me everything will be alright, and for that moment everything is alright. Then I open my eyes and find myself in hell again. Your family really welcomed me and helped. My first visit to your home was not a happy one but you were right I did love it.

marilyn debassige
   Posted Sat April 16, 2016
Island Funeral Home staff. Please know how much I appreciate all you have done while my daughter needed you. Thank you for picking her in Hamilton and bringing her home to us. Not a day passes by that she is not taking up space in my mind and heart. So grateful I can come to this page and just ponder. Today, I realized I am still grieving and hope one day the pain in my heart lessens. I will take care of your resting place and do visit you often. Just needing a headstone for you my girl.

Marilyn Debassige
   Posted Mon August 14, 2017
My Dear Wasse bah, Another year has passed. I can safely say the pain increased as your anniversary date approached and crashed. Think of you daily and perhaps one day this pain will lessen. You are now mediwin and have your shell. Love you so

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