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Joseph Franklin Moreda

Petaluma, California

Sep 22, 1936 – Apr 5, 2018 (Age 81)

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Parent-Sorensen Mortuary and Crematory - Petaluma Obituary

Joseph F. Moreda passed away April 5, surrounded by his loving family. Joe was
born on a dairy in Petaluma to Joseph and Virginia Moreda on
September 22, 1936. With the exception of his years of service in
the army, he lived his entire life in Sonoma County and married
the love of his life, Peggy Furlong. After working for PG&E for 35
years and retiring in 1993, he spent his days hunting, fishing,
camping in his travel trailer, barbecuing with family and friends,
watching his grandchildren’s sporting events, and helping his kids
however he could. Joe was a member of the San Antonio Gun
Club, the Holy Ghost Society of Petaluma, and the Ready Rovers
RV Group of PG&E. A warm and caring man, who was loved by
all who knew him. He is survived by Peggy, his wife of 57 years,
and children Joe Moreda (Tanya) of Valley Ford, and Sheila
Moreda Tresenrider (Philip) of Sebastopol. Dearly loved by his
grandchildren Joe and Jim Moreda, and Amy, Colbi, and Brittney
Tresenrider. Joe is also survived by his dear brother Frank
Moreda of Santa Rosa and four sisters in law, Esther, Carolyn,
Janet and Jean, as well as many beloved nieces, nephews,
cousins, and friends. He was proceeded in death by his parents
and brothers William, Stanley, and Clarence. A funeral mass for
family and friends will be held on Thursday April 12, at 11:00 A.M.
at St. Vincent’s De Paul Catholic Church in Petaluma. The family
asks that any memorial donations be made to Hospice or a
charitable organization of your choice.

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Peggy, Bill and I are so very sorry to hear about Joe's passing. We always enjoyed visiting with the two of you. Please know that you and your family are in our thoughts and prayers. Bill and Maryanne Paganetti

I did not have a personal relationship with Joe because he was eight years older than, but I knew WHO he was from the mid '50s because I grew up across Howard St. from St.V school, and so many activities, particularly things that proceeded from the school to the church, assembled in front of our house, and my folks had so many friends who were Italian and Portuguese-American, and were in our home, and my Dad's market on Kentucky Street. Moredas and Dolcinis and Cordas were among them. I want...

moreda family our love and prayers to all of you at a time when no words can say how we feel what a great guy and a good friend will miss seeing at church our deepest sympathy to all

So sorry to hear of Joe's passing. Our thoughts and prayers to the Moreda family.

We are very sorry to hear of your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

To the Moreda family,sorry for your loss.

So sorry to hear about Joe. He was such a wonderful person that we will truly miss. Our thoughts are with the entire Moreda family.

Jim & Linda Maestretti

Peggy, Joey, Sheila and family: We are so sorry to learn of Joe's passing and are sending our thoughts and prayers. David and Betsy Lynch