Oct. 12/28 – Nov. 29/06
It is with profound sadness that the family of Moira Dockar announces her passing on Nov.
29, 2006 in San Miguel,
California. She will be lovingly remembered by her son John Hunter (Kathy) of San Miguel, Calif.; as well as her daughters, Laurie Dutour (Barry) of Vancouver; Leslie Gold (Doug) of Victoria, B.C.; her sister, Barbara Bono (Peter) of Tsawwassen, B.C. ; her nieces Kathleen Bono of Vancouver and Jennifer Bono of 100 Mile House, nephew, David Bono of Vancouver, and grand nephew, Trevor Harris of 100 Mile House. Moira lived a great part of her life in 100 Mile House and her genuine love for people and great sense of generosity led her down many paths. She worked at 100 Mile Free Press back in the 1970s for a period of time and also taught at Horse Lake Elementary School where she worked with many children’s choirs. The Christmas concerts were a highlight in her time there. She was best known for her major contribution at Red Coach Inn. Moira enjoyed and thrived on challenges which were countless over the years. She was part of the original development of hospitality at the Red Coach Inn. Her boundless enthusiasm and endless energy blessed many travelers on their way through 100 Mile House. Her sense of adventure led her to reside in Victoria with her daughter Leslie and husband Doug and from there she moved to Hawaii where she lived for a period of time. She then moved to San Miguel, Calif. to live with her son John and wife, Kathy. She spent her final years exploring and creating new interests and adventures. Moira will be remembered always for her unconditional love and givingness. Whenever her name is mentioned, there are stories that come to mind along with a smile of the memories. Lovingly missed and always remembered. If desired, donations may be made to a charity of your choice in Moira’s memory. A private service will be held on Dec. 16, 2006 in California.