In Memory

Brian Moriarty

Brian Moriarty

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05/31/19 08:05 AM #1    

Margot Danziger (Brozost)

Truly very saddend to read this about Brian.  I remember him fondly band enjoyed seeing him at ou reunion.  Deepest condolences to his framily and dear friends! ..

05/31/19 11:53 AM #2    

Joanne Novick (Steckler)

Always saddened to read about the passing of one of our Class of 63. Sylvia's letter was a lovely tribute to a man who apparently fought to stay with his family. May his memory be a blessing to them.


06/02/19 02:12 AM #3    

Web Admin Terry Kaylin (Smith)

When Roger sent me Sylvia's letter, my heart sunk. When Brian contacted me back in 2012 to ask if he could be included on the website even though he had moved away before graduation. Of course, my answer was a resounding "YES," as I always remembered him as one of the truly good guys. As we emailed back and forth about our upcoming 50th reunion, it was clear that he hadn't changed one bit. He was still as kind and generous as I remembered.

Seeing Brian at the reunion, and meeting his lovely wife, was a highlight for me. They even brought me a sweatshirt from Morro Bay, CA, where they lived. I was so touched, as it was such a sweet gesture.

Brian will live on in the memories of the countless lives he touched. It is with great sadness that I send my deepest condolences to his family.


06/02/19 10:36 PM #4    

Roger Bennett

Roger Bennett here... and how could I NOT say a few words about Brian?... He and I were pals in the neighborhood ever since we were kids!... Adventures, mischief, shared running and doing, Go-Kart insanity and working at and hanging out at Frank Calitri's gas station on Rockaway and Windsor. Brian was first to get a Drivers License, and he, Richie Gallagher and I rode into the city in Brian's old black Chevy to buy fireworks. The excitement of it all was too much for us, and passing through RVC we threw lit ashcans towards some cute girls! The cop in the cruiser coming around the corner didn't think it funny though, and all 3 of us ended up in jail for our parents to bail us out hours later. Funny now, but not then!.... So now both my pals are dead, and "I'm" still here... Brian, you were a great guy, and a REAL success in my book! I'm PROUD to have known you, and will always treasure the memory of your voice, your laugh, and the time we spent together.

06/05/19 09:44 PM #5    

Les Goldschmidt

So very sorry to hear of Brian's passing.  

May his family's fond memories of him bring them some comfort in these difficult times.

I was so glad to hear that our reunion was so meaningful to him.  Keeping connected with our oldest friends is an opportunity to be cherished 



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