Gordon Moen

Gordon S. Moen

Thursday, August 12th, 1926 - Saturday, May 9th, 2020
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MOEN, Gordon
August 12, 1926 – May 9, 2020
Gordon Moen passed away peacefully, with family by his side, at his home in Red Deer on Saturday, May 9, 2020 at the age of 93 years. Gordon was born in Stewart Valley, Saskatchewan, the eighth of eleven children, and raised in Bjorkdale, Saskatchewan. Gordon’s formal education ended when he, along with some of his brothers, too young to go to WWII, were called on to run the family farm. His life journey then took him to Lynn Lake, Manitoba to work in construction, where he met and married Lois in 1962. Their life together led them to Calgary, Alberta and Courtney, British Columbia, before settling in Red Deer in 1978. Gordon’s informal education never stopped. Everyone that knew him described him as incredibly engaged, curious and industrious. With a thirst to know how everything worked, he could build most anything. Gordon’s grandsons loved the conversations with their Grandpa. They knew to come prepared to every conversation, with all the details of their work and school lives. Gordon’s keen interest in them, and really everyone he spoke with, positively influenced and left a lasting impact. Gordon was the devoted friend you wanted when you had a project. He was also a fabulous storyteller and enthralled friends and family with numerous, often hilarious and sometimes serious tales of time in the North and in construction, always with amazing and consistent detail. Gordon and Lois managed to both work full-time, raise their family, and grow their relationship. In their support and love for one another, they were amazing role models for their sons, and many others. They loved road trips and travel and were fortunate to have great friends to share in the adventures. In his retirement, Gordon rarely missed an opportunity to “manage” the Toronto Blue Jays from his side of the television. Watching the game was typically referred to as “Gordon is working”. His sons were fortunate enough to take him on a few very memorable road trips to “manage” the Blue Jays in person. Gordon’s interest, support, and good nature will be missed immensely by everyone he touched.

“The most interesting man in the world, yet all he ever wanted to talk about was you.
Love you Gramps”

Gordon is survived by his loving wife, Lois of Red Deer; his sons, Jim (Carol) Moen of Sherwood Park, Alberta and Ken (Kelly) Moen of Kelowna, British Columbia; and his grandsons, Nicholas and Christopher Moen of Sherwood Park, Alberta. Gordon was predeceased by all ten of his siblings. Condolences may be sent or viewed at
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Maria Vetter

Posted at 10:36am
Maria and Tom Vetter

Lois sorry for your loss. Our prayers and thoughts are with you.
We remember Gordon when he joined us for the annual Out Patient golf tournament.
Was always a lot of fun/

Debbie and David Ball

Posted at 12:48pm
Remembering you and "Gordon Moen" in our minds and in our hearts. Finally meeting Uncle Gord meant so much to David and I, we have wonderful memories
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Lois moen Posted at 10:10pm

Finally meeting you and Dave meant so much to us also. It was a wonderful visit. Hope we can do it again. Love Lois

David Sinclair

Posted at 11:27pm
My condolences to the family. I worked for Gordon and his brother at there garage in Lynn as well as helped out with road building when I was young.

Lois moen Posted at 12:05am

Thank you David for the memories. That was a long time ago that you worked with Gord and Ray, so nice to hear from you. Lois moen

Seonaid Merasty

Posted at 01:34pm
Condolences to Lois and the boys (and their families) as they lay Gordon to rest. I have so many great memories of times spent with our families together as they took turns hosting over the holidays in Lynn Lake throughout the years. Thinking of you all as you celebrate his life . Big hugs sent your way!

Lois moen Posted at 09:35pm

Hi Seonaid Merasty . What a blast from the past to hear from you. Thank you for your lovely post re our Lynn lake family memories. They were great times. Hope all is well with you and your family. I am so happy to hear from you. Love Lois

Jim Moen

Posted at 09:35pm
This is a photo of the Moen brothers and sister, yes ten and one. Their dad used to say,
....”Enough boys for a baseball team, and umpire and a sister for each of them” ...
Gordon was the last man standing. He is standing directly over his sister’s (Hazel Minion) left shoulder. This picture was taken in 1963, when everyone was home for their mother’s funeral service.

Mary Lou Derko Posted at 04:52pm

Terrific photo Jim thanks for sharing. Our hearts are with you all. Big hugs sent to you Lois. You and Gordon were a wonderful couple. Sending much love and strength your way - hoping your memories & love from friends and family comforts you during this time. xoxo

Ken McCaughey Posted at 11:35pm

Imagine nine brothers!!! What a great picture and a wonderful father and husband. Our thoughts and prayers are with you Lois we thank you for always welcoming us into your loving family great hugs and stories from Gordon. Keeping you in our prayers. Love Ken & Linda McCaughey

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