Alice Moriarty

Glastonbury, Connecticut


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MORIARTY, Alice (Akerlind) Alice (Akerlind) Moriarty, beloved wife of the late Thomas J. Moriarty, entered into eternal rest, Sunday (October 12, 2008). Born in Wethersfield to the late John and Elida Akerlind, she was raised in Hartford, and graduated from Bulkeley High School in 1940....

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Judi and Family,
I have wonderful and fond memories of my Aunt Alice she was such a sweet, loving women. so sorry for your loss.

Love Cindy Caneen (Morrison)

Dear Judi & Family--
Please know how very, very saddened I am at the news today of your sweet mother's passing. When I met her many, many years ago, she really made an impression on me. The love and pride for her family exuded from her. You and your family are, and will continue to be, in my thoughts and prayers. The same God who cares for you today will care for you in the days ahead, and always.
May God's peace be with you.

Dear Judi,
I am very sorry to hear of your Mom's passing. May your heart soon be filled with wonderful memories of great times together. She will be missed by everyone who was fortunate enough to call her friend. Be proud through your tears.

Dear Ted:
I remember your Mom from the days at Hebron Ave. School. It was a time when we knew other classmates mothers. My mother had also worked at the Travelers before the war and knew your mother from that time. Something I never knew for years. I used to see her around town from time to time and she still had that lovely twinkle in her eyes. My thoughts and prayers go out to you and your family.
Your Hebron Avenue Classmate
Sharon Tomany Marone

I was a friend of Sean years ago and I am very sorry for your loss and will keep you in my thoughts and prayers at this difficult time.

Whenever I would stop in to meet Ted, Mrs. M always made me feel at home and welcome. I know you will all miss her, and I will keep you all in my thoughts and prayers.

Aunt Alice was one of the sweetest and dearest of people. She always had a twinkle in her eye and a smile on her face. She will be so missed by us all. Our deepest sympathies go out to Tim, Tom, Ted, Judy, Janet and their families.

I'll always remember her for her warm and embracing hospitality whenever I visited Tim to play wiffle ball, etc. She made me feel like one of the family. God bless the entire family for your loss!

Alice was such a delightful friend and classmate, joining us whenever she could at our Alumni Reunions of the Class of 1940, Bulkeley High. To all her extended family I send love , sympathy and prayers.