Sylvia G. Moran

Sylvia Genevieve Moran, born January 20, 1924, in Tunnelton, West Virginia, the daughter of the late Ira and Minnie Teets, passed away on Thursday, May 5th, 2022 at The Legacy at South Pointe in Greenville, SC.  She previously resided in Chambersburg, PA, and New Brighton, PA.  She was a member of the Christian Missionary Alliance Church in Marion Hill, PA and was employed as a clerk cashier at Steinfield’s Market in New Brighton.  

Sylvia had a green thumb and enjoyed filling her yard with beautiful plants and flowers.  She also enjoyed watching her favorite TV shows like Gunsmoke, Andy Griffith, and Green Acres over and over.  She loved working on jigsaw puzzles and hanging them as artwork in her home.  She loved to crochet and decorated her Christmas tree every year with her work.  She loved her extended family and friends and will be sorely missed.

She was preceded in death by her husband Okey Donald Moran, one son, Kenneth Wayne Moran, and a granddaughter, Denise Willis (Danny).  Surviving are three sons, Charles Donald Moran (Sharon) Indiana, PA, William David Moran (Patricia) Simpsonville, SC, and Gary Lee Moran (Joyce) Redding, CA.   She also was survived by the following grandchildren: Suzanne Black (Thomas), Lisa Bradley (Christopher), Lisa Moran (Steve Hay), Brian Moran (Sarah), Kevin Moran (Rachel), Nicholas Moran (Jessica), Nathan Moran (Tiffany), Tracey Fetrow, (Aaron), Katie Staley (James), John Blaney, Lynnette Blaney, Kenneth Blaney (Cecilia).  In addition, she had 20 great-grandchildren and 4 great-great-grandchildren.

There are no services scheduled at this time.  Sylvia will be laid to rest in Sylvania Hills Cemetery, Rochester, PA.

Condolences to the family of Sylvia G. Moran

  • Rebecca Rodgers Jones
    2 years ago

    Chuck, Dave, Gary

    We are so very sorry to hear of “Aunt” Sylvia’s passing. I have shared with Conrad and Lois. She sure was a terrific lady! All the memories of childhood come flooding back. Picking strawberries, sitting on the back porch with her and Mom crocheting, going to Suncrest Camp services with her and Mom, helping with wedding plans when I got married and so much more. She was a dear, sweet person who us three kids felt very close too. She was there to help my mother at the end of her journey when she was too weak to do much physically. She sat with Lois and I at the hospital during Dad’s emergency bypass surgery one month after Mom passed. She truly had become a second mom. She has now won her reward and is enjoying that wonderful life eternal. You guys are in our thoughts and prayers! Rebecca, Conrad & Lois

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