May 08, 1949 – January 24, 2018
at the age of 68 years
It is with profound sadness the family of Emma Eliza “Princealine” Moores (Seward) announce her passing at the age of 68. Princealine was born and raised in Corner Brook, Newfoundland. She lived in St. John’s NF, Calgary AB, and retired to Sicamous BC. On Wednesday, January 24, 2018, her husband Bruce, lost his wife, his best friend, his first mate, and soul mate of over 50 years. Princealine and Bruce’s relationship is one that everyone dreams of. Their love of each other will carry on in Bruce’s heart. William and Harry were her special companions; always by her side or in her arms.
Thirteen years ago, Princealine retired from Air Canada after 25 years of dedicated service, and enjoyed retirement to the fullest. She loved the west coast of Vancouver Island. The last five summers were spent on board their boat off Ucluelet.
Her beloved family will miss her daily smiles as her memory will live on through them: Brother: Calvin (Paula), Sister: Gail (Stan), Father in Law: Bert (Gladys), Brother in Law: David (Leah), Nieces and Nephews: Denise (Todd), Clara, Mark, David (Krista) Brady, Emma, Stephen (Arlynn) and Sweet Connor, Allison (J.P.) and their sweet baby to come, Kim (Gid) Brittany, Mark, Ronnie (Janet) Olivia, Rachel, Jack, and a very large number of relatives and lifelong friends. Princealine touched the lives of everyone she met and they, in turn, made her life full of joy, fun, and adventure. For her beloved relatives and cherished friends, we will leave a blank for you to fill in your name__________. Princealine was predeceased by her dear parents Clarence (1999) & Clara (1977) Seward and precious mother-in-law Marjorie Moores (1988).
A celebration of life will be held at a later date; there will be no service by her request. A special thank you to her family Doctors Laura and Keith Hepburn and the Doctors, Nurses (Angels) and Staff of the Shuswap Hospital, the Oncology Clinic, and Bastion House. Their care and compassion always made her feel special and safe. The family will be forever grateful to Phyllis Cherry for her love and support for Miss Emma during her battle with breast cancer. Memorial donations in her name may be made to Shuswap Hospital Foundation, Box 265, Salmon Arm BC, V1E 4N3, Phone: (250) 803-4546 or at shuswaphospitalfoundation.org
A special soul with a special smile! We will always remember and love you for as long as we live! Take time to hug a loved one!