In Memory of
Lorraine May

Obituary for Lorraine Moller

Lorraine May Moller passed away peacefully at Kingston General Hospital on Tuesday, November 17th, 2020 at the age of 82. Beloved wife and best friend of John Moller for 61 beautiful years.

She was a devoted wife and mother who followed the example set by her parents, by trusting and following our Lord Jesus Christ as her example in life and Saviour in death. She was a great listener who loved connecting with others and also loved to knit, read and do crossword puzzles. Although there were many family pets, they were really her dogs who visited other family members when they wanted something. She especially loved to travel and enjoyed trips to Europe, the Caribbean, Hawaii and the United States, not to mention crossing our great country many times. She Spent her formative years in Chatham NB and once marrying her loving husband John, the military man, she moved to PEI, Comox, BC and back to the Miramichi for 10 years before traveling to their last posting in Trenton Ont. where she spent the next 35 years.

Loving mother of Doug (Sandra), Tom (Michelle) and the late Kevin (surviving Carol). Proud grandmother of James, Frank, Sarah, Amy, Chris and Olivia. Great grandmother of Kayla and Hunter. Cherished sister of Shirley MacDonald, Ferne Maclean and Francine Fanjoy. Lorraine will be deeply missed by nieces, nephews, extended family and many friends.

Keeping with Lorraine's wishes, cremation has taken place. Family and friends are invited to visit at WEAVER Life Centre – East, 29 Bay St. Trenton on Wednesday, November 25th, 2020 from 1 to 2 PM. A Memorial Service will follow at 2:30 PM. Due to COVID 19, Weaver Funeral Home will be following all provincial guidelines. The maximum capacity is currently at 30 and masks are mandatory. If you would like to attend Lorraine's visitation and/or service, please email or call (613) 394–2433.

In lieu of flowers, donations to the Trenton United Church, 85 Dundas St E, Trenton would be appreciated by the family. Online condolences at