Stanley James Moir

29th February 1932 - 14th July 2021
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J Fraser and Sons Chapel
Cnr Esk and Doon Streets
22 July 2021, 10:30AM

Moir, Stanley James: Passed away at Rowena Jackson, with family by his side on Wednesday, July 14, 2021, in his 90th year. Dearly loved and cherished husband of Agnes. Loved father and father-in-law of David, Lynda, Sheree and John. A loved grandad and great-grandad. Very much loved and respected uncle of Wayne and Ann, Liz and Don. The family wish to acknowledge the loving care given to Stan by the staff at Rowena Jackson during his time there. A service to celebrate Stan’s life will be held in J Fraser and Sons Chapel, Cnr Esk and Doon Streets, Invercargill on Thursday, July 22 at 10.30am. Interment at the East Winton Cemetery to follow Messages to Moir Family, C/- 27 Mary Street, Winton 9720


Stan, I am saddened to here of your passing, but I am happy that you are not in pain anymore.
I would like to thank you for being a wonderful friend to me and the wonderful times Sarah and I had with you and Agnes when we lived in NZ, Sarah thought it was wonderful being able to spend time with her grandparents.
Many thanks for all the help you gave us especially, running around for us to take Sarah to her horse events..
You are going to be sadly missed,
You have been a wonderful friend,
To the family I would like to express my sincere condolences.
Love always Lynnette
Lynnette Moiir, Melbourne
Please accept my deepest sympathy in the sad loss of your loving ❤husband and father. I enjoyed talking to Stan every day at work about Lumsden. R.I.P Stan
Patricia Murray, Invercargill
So sorry to hear of Stan’s passing. I have many happy, enjoyable & humorous memories of him during his time here in Te Anau & I always enjoyed his company.
Our deepest condolences to the Moir family.
Mike & Linda Staunton., Te Anau.
Granddad, when I think of you, I think of a pair of blue overalls, beach buggies, motorbikes, diving in cold, cold water for pawa and sayings like "the birds are whisling in this one" when lifting a piece of heavy timber.
You lived and enjoy a good life, always busy, devoted to the love of your life in Granny.
Good bye

Aaron , Victoria
Uncle Stan It is hard to believe to have Ended Your Earthly Life. The last time we spoke a few weeks ago you told me you just wanted to go off to Sleep. I will most Sincerely miss those talks on the Phone and to hear your words of Wisdom and Experiences. I offer My Sincere Condolences to Aunty Agnes and Your Loving Family. It is great that you have your 2 Daughters with you at this time. Lynda has been fantastic with her Communications over the past months and I make a Pledge that I will keep it up Rest in Peace Uncle Stan, You will be Missed and Remembered for Ever for being the Person You Were
Malcolm Partridge Oamaru
Malcolm Partridge, Oamaru
Granddad, I thank you for all my memories and lessons from my trips to see you and granny I will always remember the fun I had at the crib.
I’m glad my boys got to meet there Great Granddad, you will be missed by our family and many others. Goodbye Granddad
Michael, Jessica, Cooper and Oscar, Lang Lang
Stan I want to thank you for being our surrogate granddad. You and Agnes were a wonderful part of my life when I was growing up. You will be greatly missed.
Alisa McDonald (Harrison), Roxburgh
Agnes and family, please accept our sincere sympathy at the sad loss of Stan. We remember Stan well during his time in . R. I. P. Judith and Brian Risk.
Brian Risk, Te Anau
Grandad, I will always remember all them fishing and camping trips , they were some great times . I'll never forget that saying you'd say ""I'm just going to Timbuktu ". We all will miss you , Love you Grandad
Love Paul
Paul.Caravaca-Lopez, Locksley,Australia