about Bob Moore
Bob and his wife, Jane, have lived in the Exhibition Park neighbourhood in Guelph since 2004. Before Guelph, they lived in Lindsay, Ottawa and Kingston. Bob was born in Stoney Creek. Bob has over 25 years of experience as an administrator in both secondary and elementary schools, and recently retired as Chief Operating Officer of Guelph Community Christian School. Bob has served on the Board of Directors for Redeemer University College, and the Ottawa Christian Counseling Service. He has also served the Ontario Alliance of Christian Schools on a variety of committees, including the School Quality Assurance Council for which he conducted school audits. Presently he volunteers with Hope House, the Julien Project and the Guelph Community Orchard Project. When not working, or serving on committees, Bob researches and writes articles of historical interest. He has published articles on pioneer immigration, genealogical searches, colonial government, and Quaker history. Recently, he published an article on U. of G. professor Charles Zavitz for the Guelph Historical Society. In his spare time, he babysits his grandchildren, and relaxes in the woodworking shop making chairs, or restoring antique clocks. One of his most recent projects was the 1833 grandfather clock rescued from a storage room in one of Guelph's historic churches.