Norman and Connie Rogers send their deepest Prayers and Condoldences to the Moran Family,,,Harry was a true human being who love everything and everyone he knew, He was our dear friend, and will remember him always,
May God comfort you and we will remember him always.....
I am sorry to hear of Mr. Moran's passing. I remember summers with barbecues. My prayers to the family.
I will miss you and love you Harry. From your favorite Daughter-in-Law's sister and your friend.
Dearest Chris, Shari and children: My thoughts and prayers are with you and the entire Moran Clan. As You know I loved your Dad and Mom more than words can be expressed. Please know that I am with you in spirit and will have a toast to Dad,Mom and Karen, over and over again for the rest of my life. They were great inspirations to me and Charlie and the good thing is that all of their tender works will be rewarded tenfold. All the stories, jokes (rolling on the floor) the warmth, the great looks and actions, that is what will keep me forever fond. We will always welcome you and the family here in Belmar. The Moran Clan are a major part of my life and your Dad was pivotal in my growth. Love, hugs and kisses always,
I graduated from Southwest in 1978 and I remember Mr. Moran. It is impossible to imagine how many lives he must have affected for the better. So sorry to hear of his passing and will pray for the family.
I remember Mr. Moran always having a smile for the students. I was involved in many activities at Southwest and remember him fondly. My condolences to his family.
RIP, Have great memories of him at Southwest. Southwest Alumni.
Rest in peace Mr. Moran. God bless. Former Southwest Sr. High Student Larry Castro
I am one of those thousands of students who was touch by Mr. Moran as he taught high school history (I teach church history these days in a local Christian college). He passed on a bit of himself to a great many and he will be both appreciated and remembered for his legacy.
To the Moran family, I had Mr. Moran as a teacher and he was always a favorite of all of us. I also was a friend of Karens. I remember what she went through with her diabetes. They both had the same qualities. Intelligent, warm, loving,good and all of us lucky to know them, were better off because of that. I will miss both of these wonderful people. My thoughts and prayers are with your entire family. I know he missed his daughter.They are together again,
Chris I signed the guestbook....Mary Ellen (the last name is incorrect) It is
Mary Ellen Laister 1947 E Pegasus Drive
Tempe, Arizona 85283
My deepest sympathies. Mr. Moran was such a dedicated teacher and mentor. I remember him and his family very fondly.
Chris - sorry to hear about your loss. My prayers and thoughts are with you and the entire Moran Family.
So Sorry to hear of the loss of Mr. Moran. I knew him when he was the Activities Director at Southwest Senior High in 1978. He was a very kind hearted man. May he rest in peace.
Chris and Family, so sorry for your loss. Ed and Cynthia Beraldi
So sorry to hear the loss of a good man, so many children lives has he touched and help mold their future. May God bless the family and heal the pain of there loss.
Thoughts & prayers go out to you. Your dad was a great teacher. So many lives touched & influenced by him. My deepest sympathies to you all.
Chris My deepest sympathy to you and your family on the loss of your Father. He was a great friend to our family over the years. Mary Ellen LIARWE
Our thoughts are with your family. My husband and I fondly remember "Mr. Moran" from Glades (where he gave me a 45 of Lady Madonna when I won the dance contest in 9th grade) and our great auditorium classes at Southwest. He would always come into many of our conversations at reunions and memories of our childhood. You are blessed to have a family member that left so many people great memories. Barbara Keen Houghton and Craig Houghton
Sorry for your loss, I always liked your dad and am sad he is gone. I am sending the obituary to Mark and Mary Ellen.