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John "Jay" L. Moreci
Date of Death: May 29, 2015
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Visitation
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Monday 6/1, 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Service
St. John Bosco Roman Catholic Church
315 N. Main Street
Woodstock, VI 22664
Tuesday 6/2, 10:00 am

Moreci, John L. (Jay), 75 of Woodstock, VA, passed away peacefully surrounded by his family on Friday, May 29, 2015.  Mr. Moreci was predeceased by his parents, Vincent J. Moreci and Marjorie D. Moreci.  He is survived by his wife of 53 years, Joan Palumbo Moreci; his sister Carolyn Parmalee; three daughters, Laura M. Farrell …
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David & Ellen Halsey left a message on May 30, 2015:
Jay was a good person and a good friend. He was loving and sincere. There was never any doubt as to what he believed and what he felt. Jay's family was so important to him; he was a loving husband, father and grandfather. That was always obvious to us. David & I have so many wonderful memories of Jay as a friend and neighbor. Jay was a person who would be willing to help a friend in need. We had many laughs and good times with Jay and Joan. To say we're very sad for his family is an understatement. We live in Colorado and cannot tell Joan and the rest of his family in person how much we respected and loved Jay. We hope that they will all find comfort in the wonderful memories they have of him. We know he will be missed. Sincerely, Ellen Halsey
Jim and Sally Blanford left a message on June 1, 2015:
As the maternal grandparents of Alex and Jack, we remember Jay with love, admiration, gratitude and even (may God forgive us) a bit of envy. Jay was the perfect grand "papa" any kid would wish to have. He was always there for our shared boys -- from the minute they were born until Jack's very latest birthday, when Jay came West despite feeling ill. It was during those visits to Denver that Jay and Joan made for every family celebration, that we got to know them well, and to appreciate what a special person Jay was. We'll remember always those wonderful pasta dinners, the nature walks, the fascinating conversation, and most especially Jay's warm welcoming of us into his big, loving Italian family. We mourn with Joan and the family. We thank God for the blessing of Jay in our lives. Sally and Jim Blanford, Buffalo, Wyoming.
Dennis Dickinson left a message on June 1, 2015:
John and I met shortly after I started working at the American History Museum in 1985. We became fast friends and colleagues. John was the prime mover in acquiring Smithsonian funds for the Museum's large scale data communications cabling project and without his tenacity and perseverance the project would not have been accomplished. John and I ate lunch together just about everyday somewhere in DC until he retired. We talked about business, pleasure, politics, sports and family. Family was of the utmost importance to John and he was very proud of what Joan and all of his children had accomplished. I hope John and I meet again sometime.
Joseph Iampietro left a message on June 1, 2015:
We would like to express our sincere condolences to the Moreci family. Joe and Perry Iampietro Alexandria, VA
Julie Bilodeau left a message on June 2, 2015:
Love and sympathy to the family. Jay was like a second father to me, especially during the time I lived in Alexandria. He was always so much fun to be around. My thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time.
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Margie Lavonis left a message on June 2, 2015:
Joan, I feel so bad for you and the family. I will have a Mass said for him. I am so glad you came to Pat's jubilee. Know that you are always welcome to come and spend time here. We have a guest house. I am praying for you. Love, Margie
Margie Lavonis left a message on June 2, 2015:
Dear Joan, I feel so bad for you and want you to know you have my love and support. I would love for you to come out here for a few days. We have a nice guest house. I am having a Mass offered for Jay. He was such a good man.
Omps Funeral Home left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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