Moore, Phyllis (Kaye)

November 06, 1907 ~ March 19, 2017

MOORE, Phyllis (Kaye) – It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of our precious Phyllis on Sunday, March 19, 2017 at 12:50 a.m.  She succumbed from complications after a fall at her home in Corunna.  She died peacefully at Bluewater Health.  Phyllis was in her 110th year and enjoying good health. Phyllis was born in Bracebridge, Ontario to John Byron Kaye and Charlotte Eliza (Leith) Kaye on Nov. 6, 1907.  She was the last remaining member of a family of ten children. Phyllis was a member of the United Church in Bracebridge and Sarnia and attended Central United in Sarnia for many years. Dearly treasured and lovingly remembered by four nieces and one nephew.  Phyllis was an aunt, a great aunt, a great-great aunt and a great-great-great aunt. Phyllis will be sadly missed by her loving family, her good friend Roy, and her many wonderful friends and cherished neighbours.


Funeral Service
A private family Graveside Funeral Service will be held at Bracebridge United Church Cemetery, Bracebridge, Ontario.



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  1. We are saddened to learn of Phyllis’s passing. We always admired her zest and zeal and enjoyed her stories that were full of her life’s wisdom. May your soul rest in heaven in Gods eternal peace and glory.

  2. Phyllis was very special to all who knew her. I enjoyed the dinners we had together along with Roy and the great conversation. She never forgot a thing and was full of information. We enjoyed seeing her at the marina in Port Lambton when Roy brought her along on one of their many afternoon drives.
    Phyllis will be missed immensely.

  3. So many fond memories of Phyllis.
    I did her hair for many years and so enjoyed her sense of humour and love of life.
    She was a true inspiration.
    She will be missed.

  4. We have many very fond memories of warm afternoon conversations on her comfortable porch beside the Muskoka River. She was always well versed on the news of the town, province, country and the world. Phyllis would always interact with our children on their way home from the school bus. A True Legend has passed. Rest in peace Phyllis. We will all miss your positive outlook. Gary and Maurene Hammond, Golden Beach