Maureen Moriarity

Date of Death: October 10, 2018
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6484 N. Bird Street
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Maureen “Mo” Moriarity, age 67, passed away surrounded by family and loved ones on Wednesday, October 10, 2018 at her home in Sun Prairie. She was born in Chicago on February 19, 1951 to Duard and Marie (Caluris) Harrington. She married Edmund Moriarity on July 8, 1988 in Chippewa Falls, WI. Maureen proudly served herContinue Reading

Ron Gillespie left a message on October 20, 2018:
During our school years we were friends being teenagers however in the past several years we became buddies. Talking over the phone we shared not the lives we had but the life we are. Telling Army stories as only vets can, sharing what the kids and grandkids were doing but most of all we talked about faith in Christ and the blessings we have been granted. At SHS we were about the same size. I may have grown a foot taller but her heart was always the biggest. One day this spring I called her to see how she was doing. It was a bad day and she said let me call you back. In a few short minutes, she called. Her voice was weak but her words were strong. She said she didn't want to talk about her health or even joke around -- she just wanted to tell me how grateful she was to have been blessed to have so many friends, about all the girls that check on her and how she loves her family. I listened and didn't say much -- then she said are you still there? I said no --- I am sitting next to you. I will miss my " little sister" for now however because of her faith in Jesus Christ -- I will see her again. It won't be with tubes or frail it will be that dark hair tiny girl I meet over fifty years ago. Love ya sis.
Linda Hunter left a message on October 20, 2018:
Fudgie will always be with us! A high school acquaintance who became a loving and caring friend to all and everyone she came in contact with. Her cute smile was always so contagious. We had a lot of good talks these past five or six years. She loved her family.. and couldn't stop talking about them.. and she loved her friends. She brought so many friends back into each other's lives by her love for others. Fudgie will be missed and I thank God for bringing Fudgie back into our lives these past few years! Miss you Fudgie/Mo/Maureen! Sending hugs to heaven Linda Hunter
Judy Andrews left a message on October 19, 2018:
Knew Maureen in elementary and high school. She was so popular. I gloated at her niceness to everyone. Was never stuck up. Was friendly to everyone. Saw her at the 50 the reunion. She was smiling and grateful she was there as I did also. May God have a place in His kingdom for such a loving person. Maureen wish I had known you better.
Mari Sadkowski left a message on October 17, 2018:
I know Maureen (Fudgie) from High School. She was always so darn cute. Lost tract of her for many many years. About 4 years ago a bunch of people from High School reunited, because of Maureen. She was truly a loving, giving person. She loved her family, and talked about her grandchildren all the time. Love you Mo, you will be missed. xoxo
Anita DeBias left a message on October 16, 2018:
We met back in September 1964 and have been best friends ever since. In high school her nick name was Fudgie, and she will always be Fudgie to me. No matter if we call her Maureen, Mo or Fudgie, she is the most caring, compassionate and loving person. She reached out and touched the hearts of so many people, making each person feel special, because they are special to her. Fudgie adores her family. She wasn't just a Mom or Grandmother. She carefully thought of how she could bring out the best in her children and grandchildren. And it shows on how special and caring they are, like her. She is still with each of us, in our hearts and minds. And she is watching over those she loves, like she always has. I love you my dearest friend.
Josie Allen left a message on October 16, 2018:
In the 70's Maureen was our sister-in-law. My mother-in-law Clara Allen, and Maureen were both great cooks. To this day I continue to use some of the great recipes I learned from her. It is sad, that with distance, and time, we lost tract of each other. She was always proud of her kids and her grandkids. The last time I saw Maureen she shared what each of her grandkids were doing and shared how proud she was of each one of them. She was a lucky lady with a great smile, encircled by people who loved her. Her smile showed the inner peace and happiness she owned. Our thoughts and prayers to all of her family. Love Uncle Rog & Aunt Jo
Susan Cornell left a message on October 16, 2018:
So sorry to see this, Amy. Had not heard she was I'll. Love and prayers to you and family.
Kathy Jo Locke left a message on October 13, 2018:
I had the pleasure of knowing Mo at Famous Fixtures she was a wonderful person. My deepest Sympathy to your family
Jim Martini left a message on October 13, 2018:
So sorry to hear about Mo. Went to grammar school with her. Will be truly missed. My condolences to her family.
Greg Johnson left a message on October 13, 2018:
I will always remember Mo for the kindness she showed to my family. I had the privilege of working with her at Famous Fixture and enjoyed every minute. My thoughts and prayers are with her family. May she Rest In Peace.
Kathleen Rideout left a message on October 12, 2018:
Maureen was such a sweet person and a joy to be around. Maureen and my husband, Chris Rideout had a great working relationship. May Maureen now Rest In Peace with her Heavenly Family.
Susan Avila left a message on October 12, 2018:
I worked with Maureen at Thermal Spray Technologies. we helped each other through rough days, make light of any problems. She had to get someone to cover the phones if she needed to use the restroom. I helped her out whenever I could. We had a code word, going to room 203. that was our made up code so she didn't always have to let everyone hear that she needed a bathroom break. we also quoted scripture many times for many situations. she lived through a lot of situations similar to my past. it was wonderful to share and that we understood each other. I loved to see Amy come in on just the right day and bring her mom a cold resfreshment. How uplifting was that! Amy, she sure looked forward to seeing you.
Char Moriarity left a message on October 12, 2018:
Maureen (the other infamous Moriarity In-Law), Rest In Peace. I will miss what we shared as friends and sisters-in-law. I know now that there is another angel looking over me. A Hui Hou Kaikua'ana!
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