ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Mervyn Moore . We will remember him forever. 

Mervyn Moore, Husband of Zena Aqui Moore. Father of Anthony, Richard, Louis and Kathy Ann. Father in Law of Paula, Alicia and Danny. Grandfather of Jerome, Glenn, Graeme, Jonathan, Peter, Natalia and Lilia. Brother of John Michael (deceased), Leonard, Carl, Margaret, Marilyn and Gerard. Brother in Law of Doreen (deceased), Grace, Jemma, Leroy and Sherma. Uncle in Law to the Fermins, the Aqui’s and the Moore’s (Canada). Relative of the D’Abrues, Sanguinettes, De Leons and the Geyettes. 

Special friend to Brendon Kwai Tung
Special uncle to Roger Moore

Former Principal of Fatima College
Lifetime member of Fatima and Friends

Private funeral service to take place on Wednesday 27th May 2020, followed by a private cremation at Belgroves Funeral Home and Crematorium.
No flowers by request of the family. However, donations can be made in his name to either:The Society of St. Vincent de Paul, or The Living Water Hospice.
Posted by Stephan Ottley on July 19, 2020
Infinite respect and honours to you Sir! The best Principal and Geography teacher ...we also learned Spanish from textbook "Español para la vida"..authored by his wife Zena Moore.in Form 1 Group 3...circa October 1990 (school started late because of the coup attempt in July 1990). Managed the school and instilled discipline sternly yet with a soft heart. Rest well and Strive On Sir Mervyn Moore!

#nitendovinces
Posted by Selwyn Garraway on June 12, 2020
I remember Mr. Moore as an excellent professor, one who was always kind and thoughtful, worldly and very knowledgeable. He could also immediately sense any bullshit factor in any excuses you tried to conjure up for absences or late assignments. We could never get anything past him. And you knew he was on to you when he pulled up in his Morris Minor (back then) got out and sort of swaggered over to you in slow steady pace. I’m sure all my fellow Fatima alumni who graduated in 1973/74 will remember him fondly. I will miss him too. Rest In Peace kind sir.
Posted by Adrienne Noel on June 3, 2020
Sincere condolences to the Moores from the Noels in Diamond Vale. I have happy memories of Uncle Mervyn from our days at Happy Vale during movie nights with Kathy Ann. Auntie Zena, Anthony, Richard, Louie and KathyAnn, we  wish you peace during this time. Uncle Mervyn, rest in peace. Your life was well-lived and lived well. 
Posted by Dav-Ernan Kowlessar on May 29, 2020
Whilst it is difficult to accept that we will never be taking a drink or ole talking in "Digo" or Santa Cruz again, it is wonderful to know that we have had the experience of sharing the journey in the life of Mervyn Moore. My brothers and I were each in the same Form of one of Mervyn's sons, and my sister went to a POS Convent- same as Kathy Ann. The bonds our families shared run deep as Louis was one of 2 "best man" in our wedding lol...the last indelible memory we now have is by Louis for Mervyn's 80th - what a night of song, bottle, spoon and strings!....RIP from the Kowlessar family
Posted by Roderick V James on May 28, 2020
My deepest condolences to the Moore Family! We go back many years to the 1965 intercol winning football team. Mervyn was one of our coaches. He also accompanied the team, with Clive Pantin and Fr. Farfan, to Martinique to celebrate our victory. Mervyn and I were also on the staff for two years. I remember visiting him often in Diamond Vale and reading bedtime stories to his children. One evening when I arrived Anthony brought the book for me to read to him! Another evening Lennox Morris, Zena, Mervyn and I were playing hearts when suddenly there was water at our feet. A pipe burst in the wall! I borrowed some tools from my father to help fix the problem! There are so many stories... Many thanks to Mervyn for all he did to make Fatima what it is today!
I pray God's blessings on Zena and the family!
Posted by Gregory De Souza on May 27, 2020
Sincere condolences to the whole Moore clan and all his loved ones. I speak on behalf of all those who grew up on Amethyst Avenue and surrounding streets in Diamond Vale from the 1960s onwards in saying that Mervyn Moore was a father, teacher and mentor to us all. He put his everything into everything. He faced many a challenge, always coming out with that characteristic smile and slight tilt of the head. He would often be seen meticulously tending to his front lawn, as though he knew each blade of grass personally. No doubt, he was quickly reflecting on some matter while praying. If I had to judge, I would confidently say that he has left us to receive his prize, having run his race well. Rest In Peace and Happiness Eternal, Bazz. Until we meet again.
Posted by Bernard Cozier on May 27, 2020
A truly amicable person, always willing to help someone if asked. Definitely one of the Fatima Legends.
Posted by Kristy Agostini on May 27, 2020
Sending condolences to the Moore family. As one of Glenn’s secondary school friends in Trinidad I have many memories of sleepovers and after school limes at Grandpa’s house, countless pick ups and drop offs and listening to his funny stories while he drove, seeing him come to watch Glenn play football on SJC grounds. He was a sweet man and I know he’ll be missed
Posted by Sharon Humphrey on May 27, 2020
Sincere condolences to Mr. Mervyn Moore's family and friends.  Wishing you peace and the love of family to bring comfort and strength to face the days ahead, and loving memories of him to forever hold in your heart. May he rest in eternal peace.
Posted by Gordon Ng Mon on May 27, 2020
My sincere condolences to the family and friends of Mr. Moore. His job was well accomplished. Rest in Peace.
Mr. Moore was my first period English teacher on the very first day of my entrance to Fatima College in January 1963.
He is forever enshrined in my memory.
Posted by Raymond McPhie on May 27, 2020
Godspeed Mr. Moore and blessings to the Moore family.

He uplifted me by praising my writing skills at a time of immense turmoil in my life at school and at home. I will never forget.

Fatima Alumnus' 68

Posted by Arthur Bibby on May 27, 2020
My most sincere condolences to the entire Moore family. Mr. Mervyn Moore, a wonderful figure of teacher, principal, gentle man; with a ready smile to even us juniors at the time . He was a teacher and trainer born if there was one and left his impression on all Fatima boys of his time. May his soul rest in God's peace.
Posted by Rose Deane on May 27, 2020
Heartfelt condolences to the Moore family.Let Mervyn 's Legacy be your support at this time .He was a simple,prayerful,jovial man and most of all dedicated to God and to Fatima as his many years spent there can attest to. He is resting in the arms of our Redeemer.

Rose L.Charles-Deane
Posted by Denise Wall on May 27, 2020
Mervyn is fondly remembered by us as a devoted grandfather to Jerome, Glenn and Graeme. Our deepest condolences to the Moore family and may he forever Rest In Peace.
Posted by Dennis Rawlins on May 27, 2020
Condolences to the more family it was a pleasure working with him in Vincent de Paul Society rest in peace Mervyn
Posted by Nicole Desvignes on May 27, 2020
Our condolences to the Moore family especially Aunty Zena, Anthony, Richard, Louis, Kathy-Ann and their families. Praying for you during this difficult time.
Uncle Mervyn was always kind toward me and I will fondly remember him as part of many cherished childhood memories growing up around my cousins. May he RIP. 
Love, Nicole and Garth
Posted by Martin J Horsford on May 27, 2020
Mr Moore, wherever you are God is and all is well. Condolences to the family. R.I.P. I am so grateful, thank you Almighty God. Namaste. As-Salaam-Alaikum. Shalom. Ase Ase.❤✌
Posted by Sandra Bethel on May 27, 2020
My thoughts and prayers are with you Zena and family as you send your loved one to heavenly rest. May you find comfort in the many wonderful memories that he has left behind.
Sandra Bethel, Former Teacher@Mucurapo Senior Comp
Posted by Elizabeth Senhouse on May 27, 2020
Our deepest condolences to the Moore's Family, on behalf of the Senhouse Family.
We lived next to Mr. Moore from 1968 to the time of his passing. He was not only a neighbour, but a father figure. 
Whenever I saw no sight of him for a day, I would call to ensure that he was alright. His pet peeve as I knew, enjoyed and will remember seeing him do, was sitting on his bench, weeding his front lawn with no care of the blazing sun.
To us, he was always a humble person. He would truly be missed!! Tributes from Patricia, Sean (abroad) and Elizabeth Senhouse.
May his soul Rest in Eternal Peace
Posted by Alexei Sanguinette on May 26, 2020
My deepest condolences to the Moore family,

I knew him for a short time yet was clearly aware of his kindness and knowledge. I wish I could have talked to him more.
May Mr. Moore rest in peace.
Posted by Christiane Williams on May 26, 2020
Condolences to the Moores from Mervyn Williams and family.
Posted by Christiane Williams on May 26, 2020
To me he will always be Uncle Mervyn, a friend of my father's since boyhood days. Even as time and life meant I rarely saw him except at church, his quiet courtesy and steadfast faith were as inspiring as his rare smiles were wonderful. He shepherded generations of men. Rest In Peace with Uncle.
Posted by Keith John on May 26, 2020
Mr Moore taught me Geography at Fatima sometime during the period 1969-1976. He was truly an inspirational, motivational and exemplary teacher and individual. He had a quiet demeanour but was a powerful educator! He tested a lot so you had to learn your work!
Sorry to hear of his passing.
Condolences to his family. May he RIP or SIP.
Posted by Donovan Chang on May 26, 2020
We got all the qualities of good leadership from Mr. Moore, A true role model that was in touch with the pack. Accept my deepest condolences and love to the family.
Posted by Nigel Pantin on May 26, 2020
To Louis my friend, Anthony, Richard Kathy-Ann Aunty Zena and all of his family. Please accept my heartfelt condolences.
"Uncle Mervyn" was a gentleman, a leader of men who now serve the world.
Upon Angel's wings he shall rise.
We will all miss him.
Nigel
Posted by Derek Telfer on May 26, 2020
To the family, friends and former students of Mr. Moore, sincere condolences from the Telfer clan. Mr. Moore was Fatima. Everything we hold dear about our Alma Mater, was embodied in Mr. Moore. He will be truly missed but his memory, I'm sure, will live on. Vaya con Dios.
Posted by Martin Wellington on May 26, 2020
Mr. Moore was always easy to talk with,, always relatable,, always had a smile and a good story to tell you. A good footballer,, fierce defender,, but most of all a great teacher. Sincere condolences to his family and friends. May he rest in eternal peace, Amen. 
Posted by Colin CARTY on May 26, 2020
Rest in peace Mr. Mervyn Moore. You were a true inspiration to me and many of my Fatima buddies.

You will be truly missed.
Posted by Wendell Williams on May 26, 2020
I would like to offer my heart felt condolences to my friend Gerry Moore and family. I grew up in Lockhart-Lane many years ago and knew entire Moore family. Mervyn rest in peace.
Posted by Avrille Blaize on May 26, 2020
My deepest condolences to the family and close friends of Mr. Moore.
He was a great mentor to me when I started as a young female teacher in an all boys school.
Well Mr. Moore, job well done, race won. Peaceful journey in celebration of your life!
God Bless. Love to the family.
Avrille Blaize-LueSue (Coar)
Posted by Akeil Sebro on May 25, 2020
I would like to give my humble and sincerest condolences to the family and would like to say this death will impact many a lives, but I hope with this death, the memories received by this great man will only make each and everyone of us smile with joy to have experienced the find memories shared with him...
Will be missed dearly...

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Posted by Stephan Ottley on July 19, 2020
Infinite respect and honours to you Sir! The best Principal and Geography teacher ...we also learned Spanish from textbook "Español para la vida"..authored by his wife Zena Moore.in Form 1 Group 3...circa October 1990 (school started late because of the coup attempt in July 1990). Managed the school and instilled discipline sternly yet with a soft heart. Rest well and Strive On Sir Mervyn Moore!

#nitendovinces
Posted by Selwyn Garraway on June 12, 2020
I remember Mr. Moore as an excellent professor, one who was always kind and thoughtful, worldly and very knowledgeable. He could also immediately sense any bullshit factor in any excuses you tried to conjure up for absences or late assignments. We could never get anything past him. And you knew he was on to you when he pulled up in his Morris Minor (back then) got out and sort of swaggered over to you in slow steady pace. I’m sure all my fellow Fatima alumni who graduated in 1973/74 will remember him fondly. I will miss him too. Rest In Peace kind sir.
Posted by Adrienne Noel on June 3, 2020
Sincere condolences to the Moores from the Noels in Diamond Vale. I have happy memories of Uncle Mervyn from our days at Happy Vale during movie nights with Kathy Ann. Auntie Zena, Anthony, Richard, Louie and KathyAnn, we  wish you peace during this time. Uncle Mervyn, rest in peace. Your life was well-lived and lived well. 
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RIP Mr Moore.

Shared by Kieron Joseph Samaroo on May 26, 2020
  1. I first met Mr Moore on registration day at the College, after I got my results for the Common Entrance exam. During my time there he retired as Principal. The College was a key part of my upbringing, and Mr Moore was a key person in that key part. May his soul rest in peace. #NitendoVinces