Temecula mourns passing of founding city Councilmember Peg Moore

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Temecula is mourning the loss of one of its founding city councilmembers today.Peg Moore, who was elected to the first Temecula City Council, served as a council member from incorporation in 1989 until 1992, died Tuesday, Jan. 18.“We are deeply saddened to hear the news of Peg’s passing.  She was a friend, a mentor and a leader that exemplified the heart of Temecula,” Temecula Mayor Matt Rahn said.Moore’s involvement in Temecula began in the 1980s when she and her late husband, Jimmy Moore, fell in love with the Temecula Valley and served on the Incorporation Committee for Cityhood. Jimmy Moore was the president and Peg Moore served as the secretary.  Moore served as a council member until 1992, alongside Ron Parks, Karel Lindemans, Pat Birdsall and Sal Munoz.
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