PAYSON, Ill. -- Carl K. Moran, 85, of Payson, died at 9:04 p.m. Friday (Aug. 29, 2014) in his home. Born June 30, 1929, in Farmer, Mo., he was a son of John Otto and Elizabeth Alma Hickerson Moran. Carl served his country in the Army during the Korean War. He enjoyed reading, gardening, mushroom hunting and was an avid Cardinal baseball fan. Mr. Moran was a machinist at Gardner Denver for 30 years, until his retirement in 1991. Survivors include his significant other, Bernice Schuckenbrock, of Bowling Green, Mo.; five children, Glenda Hild (Thomas) of Payson, Gary Moran (Chris) of Quincy, Carlene Williams (Randy) of Payson, Tim Moran (Teresa Miller) of Payson and Rhonda Brinks-Long (Tobi) of Payson; 11 grandchildren, Leslie Brink (Brendon), Tina Peters (Shawn), Brandi Schenk (Ryan), Melissa Schade (Nathan), Brittny Jolynn Moran, Megan Moran, Carson Moran, Sara Williams (Jesse Nemecek), Dell Williams, Jason Brinks (Shanna) and Ryan Brinks; 13 great-grandchildren; a brother, Donald Moran, of Vandalia, Mo.; and four sisters, Melba Moran of Quincy, Mae Scanlon of Cold Springs, Ky., Louise Tomanio (Carl) of Danbury, Conn., and Jean Griffith of Quincy. Also surviving are many loving nieces and nephews. Mr. Moran was preceded in death by his parents; six brothers, John Moran, Richard Moran, John Otto Moran Jr., Robert Moran, Malcom Moran and Jessie Moran; and two sisters, Mildred Riley and Patricia Luzcak. SERVICES: 10:30 a.m. Wednesday, Sept. 3, in the Zehender Robinson Stormer Cookson Funeral Home in Payson with Pastor Steve Disseler conducting. Burial will be in Payson New Cemetery with military honors by Payson VFW Post No. 2061 and the Illinois National Guard Funeral Detail. VISITATION: 4 to 7 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 2, and Wednesday morning until time of services in the funeral home. MEMORIALS: Blessing Heart Center. ARRANGEMENTS: Zehender Robinson Stormer Cookson Funeral Home, Payson. Condolences may be expressed online at www.whig.com.
Zehender Robinson Stormer Cookson Funeral Home
1435 State Street Quincy, IL 62301
Published in Quincy Herald-Whig from Aug. 31 to Sept. 2, 2014