Marlene June Moran

March 17, 1939 - February 19, 2008

03/17/1939 - 02/19/2008

Past Services

Visitation
Friday February 22, 2008
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Altmeyer Funeral Home - Elm Grove
154 Kruger Street
Wheeling, WV 26003
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Cemetery
Saturday February 23, 2008
Greenwood Cemetery-Wheeling
National Road
Wheeling, WV 26003
304-232-0330 | Directions
Service
Saturday February 23, 2008
1:00 pm
Altmeyer Funeral Home - Elm Grove
154 Kruger Street
Wheeling, WV 26003
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MORAN, Marlene June, 68, of North Augusta, S.C., formerly of Wheeling, entered into rest February 19, 2008.

Mrs. Moran was born March 17, 1939 in Martins Ferry, Ohio. she was a retired dietician. She was preceded in death by her husband, Fred. U. Moran, Sr.; and son, Fred U. Moran, Jr.

Surviving are her son, Roy Moran of Beech Island, S.C.; a brother, Joseph Yordan of North Augusta, S.C.; three grandchildren, Tiffany Huston, Heather Moran and Nathan Moran; and a great-grandson, Liam Huston.

Friends will be received from 6-8 pm. Friday at Altmeyer Funeral Home, Elm Grove Chapel, 154 Kruger Street, Wheeling, where funeral services will be held at 1 pm, Saturday, February 23, 2008, with the Rev. Bryan Carpenter officiating. Interment will be in Greenwood Cemetery, Wheeling.

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Lisa & CJ McFarland & family - Chas, John, Sean
7 years ago

Dear Mary Ellen, Tiffany& family, Heather and Nathan –

Thinking of you and keeping you in our prayers, each and every day for always. As each day brings us challenges we move forward taking with us our precious memories. We remember Marlene and know that she is at peace now and has found her rest beside “pooch” in the arms of Jesus Christ our Lord and Saviour. God Bless and Take Care.

PS, The boys were so happy to see Nathan. He gave us your number so I will be in touch. I do hope to see you. Love Always!!

Warren Bowery
7 years ago

I am sorry to hear of Marlene’s passing. She was my supervisor in the Peterson Hospital dietary department. My condolences to her family.

Sharon Curry
7 years ago

I send my sincere condolences to the family of Ms. Marlene Moran. We worked together at Georgia War Veterans Home in Milledgeville, Ga. She always kept in touch with me and she called me last month to

inform me of her surgery.

Unfortunately, that was our last

conversation. I loved Ms. Marlene dearly and I will miss receiving her Christmas cards. I’ll keep the one she sent this past Christmas and display it every year!!!!

Thanks Tiffany for contacting me.

Sharon Curry, CDM

BONITA MIHLBAUER
7 years ago

I WORKED FOR MARLENE AT PETERSON DIETARY 1975-1977 AND AT HEARTLAND LANSING DIETARY IN 1982- 1983. THOSE FIRST YEARS SHE TOOK A CHANCE ON A YOUNG PERSON THAT NEEDED TO GROW UP AND SHE HELPED ME QUITE A BIT. MARLENE DIDN’T JUST TEACH ME ABOUT FOOD PREP AND ITS DISTRIBUTION

BUT ALSO ABOUT RESPONSIBILITY FOR MYSELF. I WILL ALWAYS REMEMBER HER FOR THOSE LESSONS. I’M SO SORRY TO HEAR OF HER PASSING BUT I HOPE AND PRAY THAT THESE SENTIMENTS OF MINE WILL HELP YOUR HEARTS IN KNOWING SHE HELPED OTHERS. MY PRAYERS ARE WITH YOU ALL. BONNIE MIHLBAUER

Debra Pittman
7 years ago

I would like to express my condolences to the family of Ms. Marlene Moran. I had the great pleasure of supervising Ms. Moran at Georgia War Veteran Home in Milledgeville, Ga. She was an outstanding Dietary Manager and she touched the lives of those she supervised. I too will miss receiving her Christmas cards.

Debra Pittman,RD,LD

Georgia War Veterans Home

Diane Specht
7 years ago

Marlene has now joined my beloved brother-in-law Fred Pooch Moran, her husband Fred Sr., and her mother Helen all whom I dearly loved. We shared many family events of happiness and unfortunately, some sadness as members of the same family unit. The memorable events included the wedding of Mary Ellen and Pooch even with a broken legâÄ_we still had a blast on that day, the birth of her first grandchild and my first niece Tiffany, the numerous family dinners where Heather became the source of attention, and the many holidays where we had to watch or listen to NathanâÄôs new toys e.g., guitar, motorcycles, play stations. During these events, I will not forget the many laughs we shared.

I know that MarleneâÄôs love for her sons Roy and Pooch was deep. RoyâÄôs love for his mother was treasured especially in the days after her lost of her son Pooch.

Her grandchildrenâÄôs love was apparent over in the last three weeks of her life. Their dedication to their grandmother was shown by the many hours by her side at the hospital. When I last saw Marlene at the hospital, my heart saddened because I knew that she was fighting with all her power to get through a very difficult surgery. Before I left, we made eye contact and I knew that she wanted to be with the lord. The moment I heard of her passing, I felt peace because I knew Marlene had entered eternal life and was no longer in pain.

Marlene and I had many hours of conversation among us. We both enjoyed sharing novels, novels, and more novels I will miss getting her books!. Also, I will miss the beautiful crotchet items she made for my home. But, mostly I will miss the laugh that I dearly loved!

Thank you Marlene! Your wisdom and guidance through the years has been treasured. Give Fred Sr., Helen, and Poochie as you would call him a big hug and kiss. PoochâÄôs love for you was extremely special and I know he was there welcoming you to heaven. If you see my dad have a great laugh as we did at all the many family gatherings of the past!

All my love,

Diane

Marcy & Max Massey
7 years ago

Marlene was my first manager as a young adult out of high school and attending college. She was an awesome leader! Later we became family members sharing many family events birth of children, holidays,weddings and most recently the loss of her son, my beloved brother-in-law, Pooch. Marlene you will be missed! I’m sure Pooch met you at the gates of heaven and is thrilled you are both together again. Rest in peace, know that you were deeply loved and respected. Till we meet again. With love and respect. Marcy Specht Massey

Danny and Vicki Tustin
7 years ago

Roy and Family

We are so sorry to hear of your Mothers Passing. Please accept our condolences.

Marlene has always kept intouch to let us know how the Family was doing and that has been so much appreciated.She will always be with us in our thoughts.

Our sympathy and prayers are with you.

Should you want to contact me my email is dpt520@aol.com

Jerry & Nancy Murrin
7 years ago

Roy,

Please accept our sincere condolences for your loss. In times of sorrow, when words of comfort are needed most, it seems they are most difficult to say. But may you find comfort in knowing that warm thoughts and sympathy are with you. Keep in touch.

Betty McCarty
7 years ago

Sorry for your loss. Former Wheeling High Classmate ’57.

Betty Schlick McCarty

Georgia War Veterans Home Dietary Employees
7 years ago

The Employees of Georgia War Veterans Home send their Sincere condolences to the family of Ms. Marlene Moran. We will keep the family in our prayers.