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Moran, Carol F. (Sciarratta)

Moran, Carol F. (Sciarratta)


Fairport: May 18, 2016. Predeceased by husband, P.W. Thomas Moran. Survived by children, Kathleen (Gregory) Doskos, Tom (Marirose) Moran and Karen (Brian) Pickard; grandchildren, Amber, Chester, Lauren, Brian and Jason; sister, Lois (David) Cohen; nieces, Beth and Lynda; many cousins.

Calling hours, Monday 4-7 at the Richard H. Keenan Funeral Home (Egypt location), 7501 Pittsford Palmyra Road, Fairport. Funeral Service, Tuesday 10 AM at the First Congregational Church of Fairport, 26 E. Church St, Fairport 14450. Interment, White Haven. In lieu of flowers, please consider donations to the Church, or Rochester Orienteering Club Attn: Laurie Hunt. 28 Heartstone Rd., Pittsford, NY 14534 or the Friends at the Deaf/Hard Of Hearing of the Greater Rochester Area Inc. Attn: Maureen Corral, 130 King Arthur’s Court, Rochester, NY 14626.


  • Carol and Joe Andros Posted May 21, 2016 4:38 pm

    So sorry for your lose, we will miss seeing her in the summer in Sea Isle, she always had a smile on her face and was always ready for her shore adventure. We were so very lucky and happy to have met her and became friends. Know that she is at peace and happy with God. Our thoughts and prayers are with the entire family.

  • Tom NcNelly Posted May 21, 2016 9:06 pm

    What an amazing, active, giving person! Still teaching school occasionally, singing in two choirs, active at church, running the Orienteering Club Hot Line, going to the airport at 4AM to send off veteran’s Honor Flights, knitting and collecting coupons for military families and spending plenty of time with her children and grandchildren, near and far. I was in her clique in high school but lost track until our 50th class reunion. Since then I have been fortunate enough to occasionally accompany her on her many, regular outings on the bicycle, kayak, skis and snowshoes she always kept ready in her car. I will certainly miss her. But what a full life she lead!

  • Georg Nadorff Posted May 22, 2016 2:40 am

    Carol has been a constant in my life for over 25 years. I would run into her on the water, in the forest, on the trail, in the pool, and guaranteed at an orienteering meet. She would always grace me with her infectious laughter and enthusiasm. Her “joie de vivre” was an inspiration to all. What a remarkable person she was. I will dearly miss her. May she now be reunited with her beloved Tom and continue their adventures together.

  • kathleen Bannister Posted May 22, 2016 1:38 pm

    Carol , a wonderful, positive, helpful person, is going to be sorely missed by her many ORIENTEERING friends.
    She had an unmistakable, delightful laugh. It was a pleasure to have worked and played alongside this wonderful friend!

  • Suzanne Kaier-tuttle Posted May 23, 2016 12:56 am

    I worked with Carol at Mendon Center Elementary for many years and am a better person for having known her. She made all of us, student and staff alike, better citizens by her wonderful example. I’ll always remember her joyfully sledding with her students each winter, volunteering for bus duty every day and managing a veritable three ring circus in her classroom. She was unfailingly kind and welcoming and never complained, even when she had to move her entire classroom three times in as many years. Carol was so very proud of her children and grandchildren. I’m so sorry for your loss but will treasure the time I had with Carol.

  • Betsy Hawes Posted May 23, 2016 10:07 am

    What sad news to read of Carol! She will be missed by so many. I feel lucky to have known her over the years through orienteering and ski orienteering.

  • Louise Cook Posted May 23, 2016 4:18 pm

    Carol always brought and shared joy wherever she went. The Rochester Orienteering Club membership will miss her very much. She was so kind, caring, helpful and funny.

  • Joel Shore Posted May 23, 2016 11:30 pm

    As a fellow member of the Rochester Orienteering Club, I can safely say that I have never met anyone nicer than Carol. She always had a smile on her face, a friendly greeting, and she never had a critical word to say about anybody (save poking fun at herself). She will be dearly missed by the orienteering community of Rochester.

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