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Jack Moran
© Roberts and Son Funeral Home, Inc.
04-2020
Submitted by: Glenn

© Roberts and Son Funeral Home, Inc.

December 22, 1938 - April 20, 2020

Jack Moran, beloved husband, father, grandfather and great grandfather passed away at his home in Locust Grove, Georgia on April 20, 2020 from heart failure. He went to be with his Lord and be delivered from his physical pain and suffering.

He married his wife, Barbara Jean Moran, in Pampa, Texas and was a loving devoted husband and partner for many years.

Jack was a family man to the core and his magnum opus was being a provider for his family at all times and for all needs. He was generous in all things, giving without wanting reciprocation but simply out of a desire to help those that he could.

Jack was a very demanding husband and father but he demanded much because he gave much. And while he was a stern man, he was a good man to his core.

Mr. Moran is preceded in death by his son, Jody Moran, and his granddaughter, Jennie Moran. Mr. Moran is survived by his wife, Barbara Jean Moran, his daughter, Janell Moran-Kenny, DDS, and grandchildren Jacob Moran, Courtney Kenny-Shoemaker and Kyle Kenny and 5 great grandchildren.

A graveside service will be held for family members in Blackwell, Oklahoma.

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