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In loving memory of
Herbert Moran
  • February 17, 1947
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  • April 05, 2021

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Herbert M. Moran, 74, born on February 17, 1947, passed away peacefully on Monday, April 5th, 2021. He was surrounded by his daughter, grandchildren, brother, and friends.

Herbert was born and raised in New York. He worked as a surveyor for the City of New York for over 20 years then retired to Daytona Beach.

He had a close relationship with God. He enjoyed going to church where he loved to sing in the choir and help out in the community.

He enjoyed spending time with his daughter and his six grandchildren. Some of his favorite things to do with his grandchildren were swimming, sharing funny stories of his life, and taking them to local attractions.

Herbert was very intelligent, kind, and had an awesome sense of humor. He touched the lives of all that knew him. He loved his family and the people in his Daytona Beach community. Herbert M. Moran will be deeply missed.

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  1. BARRY says:
    02 Apr 2022
    I worked with Herbie when we were with the Topography department of the City of New York
    Herb was sweet and a gentile giant of a man. I am saddened to learn of his passing.

  2. Judy and Herman lit a candle:
    22 Aug 2021
    Lit since August 22, 2021 at 8:31:50 PM

  3. Judy and Herman says:
    22 Aug 2021
    Even though we had lost contact with Herb for awhile, he was a good friend with a huge heart. He was a kind gentle soul. We met him at the Hawaiian Inn. Got to know him very well. So many great stories he had told us about his job, his life, and even appearing in a movie as an extra. I asked him for his autograph because he was in a movie. We laughed so hard about it !!! I still have it !!
    I remember helping him with his tablet when he first got it years ago. A Samsung Galaxy. He was so excited getting it. I had programmed the tablet up for him to use. I taught him how to use it so he could communicate with his family and friends. He was the best. So smart. He taught me how to do the puzzle Sudoku. We had done quite a bit with Herb, and unfortunately we had lost contact until last summer.
    We are so sadden by his death. He will be greatly missed . God took him too too soon.
    We Love you Herb...you're in our thoughts Always.

  4. Carl Todoruck says:
    22 May 2021
    A friend that I met at Hawaaiin Inn 10 years ago. He was a man of God who not only talked the talk but lived the life. Great sense of humour and an e-mail buddy.


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