Somerville/Medford Remembering Charles E. Moran


Moran, Charles E. Of Plainville, former long-time resident of Somerville and West Yarmouth, passed away after complications from a chronic illness on Saturday August 5, 2023. He was 68.

Charlie was born on June 13, 1955, in Cambridge to the late William J. and Gertrude (Kelly) Moran. It was life’s simplest pleasures that brought the greatest joy to Charlie. He loved spending time with his family and friends, and swapping stories over a good cup of coffee. He enjoyed time spent at the cape house and enthusiastically told of his great swim across Lewis Bay. He enjoyed his dog Marci and cat Turner. Charlie was a hard worker and had a successful career in the hospitality industry. He worked at The Baytower, The Royal Sonesta, Sheraton Commander, The 119, and The Alley. His positive attitude allowed him to face physical challenges with an amazing sense of acceptance, and he enjoyed life to the fullest. He will always be remembered for his positive attitude, sense of humor, and smile.

Charlie was the beloved brother of Nancy J. Diomandes and her late husband Gregory, Maribeth Moran and the late Linda M. Moran. The devoted and loving uncle of Kelly Wietecha and her husband Christopher, Kerry Wilson and her husband Ian. Cherished great-uncle of Kennedy, Caroline, and Gregory Wietecha. He was also survived by many loving cousins, friends and extended family members.

Charlie was laid to rest with his beloved parents and sister at Woodlawn Cemetery, Everett. His family welcomes and would greatly appreciate hearing fond memories and stories of time spent with Charlie.W

2 thoughts on “Somerville/Medford Remembering Charles E. Moran”

  1. The Moran family was well respected and pillars of the community. Bill, the patriarch, was involved politically and held public office as a representative if my memory serves me correctly.
    Sorry for your loss Nancy and Mary Beth.

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