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Richard Vincent Moran

October 6, 1934 - June 24, 2020

U.S. Veteran

Services will be private.

Posted by:
Rick Decina

Posted on:
June 27, 2020

I am so sorry for your loss! The passing of your father brings back a flood of childhood memories. I'm sure through the tears you will all smile and remember a terrific family man who was always around and supportive. He certainly made me feel welcome and I always enjoyed his company. I remember him calling me "Dick Recina" the peoples choice, and camping wherever the camper was parked. How often were we playing something (anything) in the Moran side yard? The only thing I had trouble with is that he was a fan of the Dallas Cowboys! I'm sure he came around to the Patriots eventually My sincere condolences and my thoughts are with you in this difficult time Rick Decina

Posted by:
Lisa Goodall

Posted on:
June 27, 2020

I bet he would have laughed at my typo below too... he used to tease me about being confused because your Beatrice Lane house was always full of activity and I could never hear who was talking. Barb, do you remember when he asked me if I went to church with my beanie on - we thought that was the funniest thing ever 🙂 Lisa Goodall

Posted by:
Lisa Goodall

Posted on:
June 27, 2020

I'm so sorry for your loss - he was a wonderful Dad who raised a wonderful family ? I will never forget the look on his face when he walked into the kitchen after Barbara and I tried to make grape jelly to 'sell' on every single stove burner - from the concord grapes that grew behind your house. He smiled this huge smile (before he chewed us out for the purple splattering mess!) All my love, Lisa Goodall

Posted by:
Marion Siltanen

Posted on:
June 27, 2020

Blessed thoughts and prayers to all at this most difficult time. Your dad was a kind gentle man and admired for his sence of humor and his love for his family and especially for your mom. So sorry for your loss. Love Aunt Marion.

Posted by:
Heide Martin

Posted on:
June 27, 2020

Dear Tracey, Barbara, Scott, Richard, Steven, Mrs. Moran, Ava, Abigail and ALL of the grandchildren and extended family: We are sending love and sincere condolences. Mr. Moran was such a kind soul. You are in our thoughts and prayers. Love from Heide and the Martin family

Posted by:
Heather Tanashian

Posted on:
June 27, 2020

I have fond memories of Mr. Moran’s warmth, generosity and sense of humor. He was a true family man, one of the good guys. I’m so very sorry for your loss, and hugs to yiou all; Tracey, Barb, Scott, Richard, Steven, Mrs. Moran, Ava, Abigail, Mark, Cam, Jayson, Amy, Thomas, Connor and Manuel. Love, Heather Tanashian

Posted by:
Donna Rachwal

Posted on:
June 27, 2020

Barb and Tracy, We are so sorry for your loss. You and your families are in our thoughts and prayers. Love you. —The Rachwal’s

Posted by:
Ron & Carol Bell

Posted on:
June 27, 2020

Tracy - so sorry to learn of your Dad’s passing. You and your family are in our thoughts and prayers.

Posted by:
Deirdre Aronson

Posted on:
June 27, 2020

Mr. Moran was a wonderful man who welcomed all into his home. He loved and adored his family and was a great inspiration for ours. He will truly missed. Love and condolences to the family during this difficult time.