Moores, Emma Eliza “Princelaine”

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!

23 Comments

  1. Bruce. Gail and Calvin and families,

    Our deepest sympathy and condolences on Princeasline’s passing. My heart is broken as she’s the first one of our “gang” that has passed and it has been hard to comprehend. I know she was suffering and I thought of her often, trying to keep her spirits up. Take care of each other and rest in peace my friend.

  2. RIP My dear life long friend . You fought a valiant fight and stayed strong for everyone.
    Bruce, Gail, Calvin and family I know you have years of wonderful memories as do we and
    Princealine will never be forgotten …her laugh was infectious and her heart BIG.

    We are thinking of you all and her Furry Babies William & Harry will surely miss her as well.
    God Bless you with the same willpower she possessed and that will help you deal with your great
    loss.

    Sincerest Condolences & Love to you all,
    Brenda & Gerry Piercey
    Middleton, NS (formerly of Corner Brook, NL)

  3. Princealine was a beautiful person. She will be missed by all who knew and loved her. Bruce my heart and love go out to you during this sad time in your life.

  4. So sorry for your loss.Our hearts are there for all. She had infectious laugh and big heart.We will miss her.

  5. It is with great sadness that we heard of Princealine’s passing. Ena and myself have wonderfull memories of sharing happy moments with Princealine and Bruce when he worked with me as a summer student and eventually as my boss. We will remember always her laugh. Bruce you are in our prayers and we pray that the love of family and friends will help you get through these difficult times. God bless you.

  6. Bruce, Calvin, Gail and family you are in our prayers. I am so very sorry for your loss. I think of you daily and understand your grief. Love and hugs to you all

  7. Bruce.Calvin,Gail and families.
    À voidhas been left in your family .
    The love and memories willhelp you get
    through this difficult time.
    I remember Princelaine as beautiful,happy child and one very special person.

  8. Princealine came into my life as a roomie in our “motley-ish” crew of Air Canada commuters, to Winnipeg. Her kind, generous nature became immediately apparent, as was her devotion to Bruce. We had some special times, bonded by our transplanted plight and longing to be “home”. Joe and I were very happy to visit with Bruce and Princealine, in their boat “home” just this past September, a wonderful reconnection after such a long time! Joe and I send our sorrowful condolences to all her family and loved ones. Princealine will be greatly missed; she lives on in our hearts. Hugs and love, Elly and Joe

  9. Calvin, Paula and Gail. I was very sad to hear of Princealine’s passing. She will be dearly missed. Keep remembering the good times you had together. You are in my thoughts and prayers! Big hugs!

  10. May memories of Princealine and the love of family surround you and give you strength in the days ahead.
    Our thought and prayers are with you Bruce, Calvin, Gail and families.

  11. Bruce, Gail, Calvin and all your wonderful families. Please know how much Princealine has touched our lives. We miss her terribly. She was a true friend in every respect. Though we didn’t see each other a lot over the latter years, whenever we were together, it felt as though we were never apart. Our childhood friendships we cherish. Looking back through pictures lately, I do so cherish our last visits together in both Sicamous and Ucluelet. Bruce and Princealine, you two are one, you cannot think of one without the other. We always will, Bruce. Know we are here for you here in Corner Brook. Distance was always bridged by our love for one another. I can only smile when I think of Princealine, our dear friend. May God lift you up on Angels wings. I know how much she thought of all her family. She loved you all. And Bruce, you two shared such a special bond; you are blessed. such wonderful memories. Take good care. Our hearts are with you all as we move forward; hold on to your good memories; she would want it that way. Much love,

  12. Bruce, Gail,Calvin and families

    Thoughts and prayers are with you all at this difficult time.

    Harry and Shirley Balsom

  13. Gail, I didn’t personally know your sister, however my family and yours were close many years ago; I am glad you and I reconnected through our love of New Perlican, NL. Thoughts and prayers are with you all at this sad time. Blessings to you.
    Eileen (Balsom) & Bill Matthews

  14. Bruce,Gail,Calvin and families:

    We are so very sorry for your loss. Princealine was such a wonderful, kind person. Curtis and I were so lucky to be able to connect with her and you, Bruce on our travels through BC. Mom remembers her fondly from her CB days. Please known you are in our thoughts and prayers.

    Nicole & Curtis Burrage; Betty Seward

  15. The Seward and Moore family.So sorry for your loss,our thoughts and prayers are with you all at this most difficult time.Prinealine will surely missed.

  16. Bruce and family,
    So sorry for your loss. Princealine was a wonderful woman and great colleague. She will be missed by so many of us who had the pleasure of working with her and knowing her.
    Sincerely
    Kim McGregor

  17. Bruce, we’re so very sorry to hear that Princealine passed away. We will always remember her infectious laugh and her huge smile, truly a beautiful person, we had so many great times together. Our very sincere condolences to you and the family. Sheldon and Helen Sherman, Armstrong, B.C.

  18. Bruce, Calvin & Gail ..we are so sorry for your loss, our thoughts and
    prayers are with you at this difficult time.

  19. My deepest condolences Bruce to you and all your family. Princealine was a beautiful soul with a warm heart and infectious smile. I have fond memories of working with her at Air Canada in St. John’s, NL. May the good Lord help you through this most difficult time.

    God Bless
    Cathie Casey

  20. Bruce,

    We are deeply sorry that Princealine, your beautiful wife, first mate, best friend and soul mate has gone from this world. Princealine was always kind and welcoming, friendly and joyful, eternally positive and incredibly strong. We will always remember our days together with you and Princealine on your boat in Ucluelet, some of our favorite memories of all time. For as long as I can remember, the two of you were inseparable in my mind – it was always Bruce and Princealine – like you were bound into one being. We will all miss Princealine and it goes without saying that you will miss her most of all. The beauty and power of love is that it transcends death and it is because of love that you can carry Princealine in your heart as you go about your life in the days, weeks and years ahead. A long time ago Plato said, “The soul takes flight to the world that is invisible but there arriving she is sure of bliss and forever dwells in paradise.” This thought is a great comfort to me and I hope to you as well, as you navigate this season of your life.

    Our thoughts and prayers will continue to be with you now and always.

    Much love to you dear Bruce.

    Love,
    Eydie, Michael, Joshua, Zachary, Jordan, Eli and Elizabeth
    Your St. Paul, Minnesota family

  21. My dear Bruce,

    Words cannot express the sorrow I feel over Princealine’s passing. I want you to know that you are continually in my thoughts and prayers. Life will now be so different for you without Princealine in it but, because you are such a strong man and, because she will always remain in your heart, you will endure and continue to find meaning in your life. My memories of you and Princealine are all so good, from the time you came to visit us in Ottawa shortly after your marriage up to and including the time we were able to spend some time together here in BC. I remember too how happy Frank used to be when he had an excuse to call Princealine when she worked with Air Canada. Whenever and wherever we were travelling he would be sure to contact Princealine because, as he would say, she would always come up with the best fares and the best routes! Whenever you feel like it and when you are ready, please come for a visit. Bruce, know that I, and the rest of your Comox family, will be happy to have you. There is always a room for you here for as long as you would wish to stay. Much love to you now and always.

    Love,

    Aunt Ruby

  22. Bruce, I am so very sad to hear of Princealines passing. My thoughts and prayers are with you at this very difficult time. I have many fond memories of working with her in St.John’s

  23. Bruce, so sorry for your loss. I just returned from vacation and heard of Princealine’s passing. She was a beautiful lady and will be dearly missed.

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