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August 15, 2016



I knew Moyna for less than two years, and am privileged to have done so. We would drink coffee and eat cake and share deep truths that only those who are women and ministers and directly affected by cancer can share... My only regret is that I didn't know her sooner or in more overtly happy circumstances.

May she rest in peace and rise in glory

Brian McGlynn

Absolutely beautiful, Jim. You have captured Moyna's motivations, concerns and intentions very well indeed. She always spoke very highly of the calibre of the students she taught at SBC and of the staff, not least yourself. Your lovely, insightful tribute to her makes it clear to me why she held you and what you did in such high regard and why she always spoke fondly of you.

Jim Gordon

Thank you Brian. It's often difficult to say in words those experiences of the heart and spirit that need nevertheless to be said to honour those who inspire our love, respect and gratitude. But words are often all we have. I'm more glad than I can say that you so graciously affirm what I have written, and what I had hoped, to compose a fitting tribute to a remarkable woman who left footprints around her for all to see. Grace and peace to you and all your family, Jim

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