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Andrea Moore

June 28, 1946 – July 22, 2005

Ethel Andrea Moore
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Ethel Andrea Moore

Moore, E. Andrea (nee Shreve)

On July 22, 2005 with her loving family at her side, at 59 years of age. Beloved wife of Fitz. Cherished mother of Irene Moore. Dearest daughter of the late Abram and Winifred Shreve. Loving sister of James Shreve of London, Cathy and husband Patrick Adu-Peasah of Lexington Kentucky, Claudia Shreve of Strathroy, and the late Muriel Shreve. Dear aunt of Jamal and Maya Adu-Peasah, and niece of Arthur and Gladys Shreve. Andrea will be fondly remembered by many cousins and friends. She was an employee of CIBC for over 20 years, and was an active community member throughout her life. In addition to chairing the Underground Railroad Monument Committee of Windsor, Andrea was the founder and president of the Essex County Black Historical Research Society, president of the Windsor and District Black Coalition, an advisor to the Sankofa News, a Sunday School teacher, connectional trustee and conference treasurer of the British Methodist Episcopal Church, an active member of All Saints' Anglican Church, a member of the Hour a Day Study Club for 16 years, and a founding member of the North American Black Historical Museum board. She was proud of her Underground Railroad heritage, enjoyed historical research projects and was a frequent speaker on African Canadian history. The winner of many honours, she was proudest of her Queen's Golden Jubilee Medal and Ontario Heritage Award. If you so desire, donations to the Buxton National Historic Site would be appreciated by the family. Visiting Sunday 3-5 p.m. and 7-9 p.m., Monday 2-5 p.m. and 7-9 p.m. Funeral Tuesday 12 noon at Families First Funeral Home & Tribute Centre (969-5841) 3260 Dougall Ave. Rev. Beverly Diet officiating. Interment Victoria Memorial Gardens.

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Tuesday July 26, 2005 12:00pm
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