Vincent Moran

Obituary of Vincent Moran

Vincent Paul Moran- 68 of Little Egg Harbor died on July 24, peacefully at home.

“Mr. Vince” as he affectionately liked to be called was born on December 4, 1947. He graduated from Toms River High School South and continued his education at The New England School of Mechanical Dentistry. He spent the next 45 years pursuing his passion as a denturist and improving thousands of people’s lives by giving them back their smiles. He began his career as the owner of Moran Dental Prosthetics, followed by Public Dental in Brick Township, NJ, Pleasant Dental Associates in Northfield, NJ and until his death Evergreen Dental in Woodbury, NJ. Vince loved to say that he never worked a day in his life because he loved what he did.

Vince was a devoted father and grandfather, his greatest joys in life came from being with his children and grandchildren who absolutely adored their “Poppy”. He was a selfless man who always gave generously of himself to his family and friends and anyone who ever met him felt like they became part of his extended family. Nothing in life was more important to Vince than family. He also enjoyed fishing, defending his 2nd Amendment rights, and travelling with his family.

He is survived by his wife of 42 years, Sandra Moran (Klaus), his daughters Nancy Adams and her husband Don, Emily Bodony and her husband Dustin, his grandchildren Cooper and Max Adams and Jackson and Scarlet Bodony, his mother Helen Moran (Shaffery), his sisters Gladys Kittell, Carol Bertalan, and Suzette Hall as well as his nieces, nephews, extended family and friends.

Visitation will be held on Tuesday August 2nd between 4pm and 9pm at 572 Coral Lane, Manahawkin, NJ

A Memorial Celebration of Life will be held on Saturday, September 24th at 11am at Good Shepherd American National Catholic Church –1890 Whitesville Rd. Toms River, NJ

In lieu of flowers memorial donations can be given to The Lorenzi Philanthropic Fund – c/o SRHS 600 N. Main St. Manahawkin, NJ 08050. Vince believed that no child should go without and the Lorenzi Fund gives all money donated directly to children in need.

The Moran Family would also like to thank Meridian Hospice.