FRANK MORAN
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MORAN, Frank Of Winthrop and formerly of East Boston, passed away on January 9, 2021. Graduate of St. Dominic Savio Preparatory School, East Boston and worked many years for Stop and Shop, Revere. Beloved son of the late Francis and Louise (Ciampa) Moran. Loving nephew of John Ciampa of Bonita Springs, FL. Also survived by many loving cousins and friends.

A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on Thursday, January 14 at 10am in Sacred Heart Church, 45 Brooks St., East Boston. Face coverings required for Mass. Burial will be private. In lieu of flowers, donations in Frank's memory may be made to: Angell Animal Medical Center, 350 S Huntington Ave., Boston, MA 02130. For online condolences and/or directions, please visit: www.watermanboston.com J.S. Waterman-Langone Chapel

617-536-4110

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Published in Boston Globe from Jan. 11 to Jan. 13, 2021.
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January 17, 2021
January 17 2021, Frankie was a gentle , sweet , funny , kind person , he was a simple guy who was happy with what he had , he never complained or wanted more and that’s what I loved about him , he was just his own person and someone who could really show us what’s important in life , to be content , to smile , to have a sense of humor when he was caught in the rain with no raincoat on, to appreciate just taking the bus to work , he did have a good life , that’s what I will miss the person that he was , “grateful “we love you frankie , sincerely your cousin carol
Carol ciampa
Family
January 17, 2021
Frankie was a gentle , sweet , funny , kind person , he was a simple guy who was happy with what he had , he never complained or wanted more and that’s what I loved about him , he was just his own person and someone who could really show us what’s important in life , to be content , to smile , to have a sense of humor when he was caught in the rain with no raincoat on, to appreciate just taking the bus to work , he did have a good life , that’s what I will miss the person that he was , “grateful “we love you frankie , sincerely your cousin carol
Carol ciampa
Family
January 17, 2021
Frankie was a gentle , sweet , funny , kind person , he was a simple guy who was happy with what he had , he never complained or wanted more and that’s what I loved about him , he was just his own person and someone who could really show us what’s important in life , to be content , to smile , to have a sense of humor when he was caught in the rain with no raincoat on, to appreciate just taking the bus to work , he did have a good life , that’s what I will miss the person that he was , “grateful “we love you frankie , sincerely your cousin carol
January 14, 2021
Frank was a gentleman, always greeting you with a smile when walking into work at Stop & Shop. R.I.P Dear Frank.
Helen Cirillo
Friend
January 12, 2021
Frank was such a friendly and genuinely nice guy and it’s sad to see him suffer and die from this horrible disease. I worked with Frank at Stop&Shop and he was well liked by all and he greeted everyone as he came into work daily. Rest In Peace Frank. You will be missed by all at work
Maureen Macken
Maureen Macken
Friend
January 11, 2021
I knew Frank from Stop and Shop. Always a smile and hello for everyone. RIP Frank.


Mae McKinley
Friend
January 11, 2021
Frank was a great man and taken too soon he used to ride the route 119 bus he would always ask me how was work or how was school and how my family was doing he was great friend to me and I would always say hi too him at stop and shop he will be truly missed by everyone including my family and myself he's gone too soon
Joseph Sangiorgi
Friend
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