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William Francis Moriarty Jr,

William Francis Moriarty Jr, age 65, passed away Wednesday May 22, 2024. He was born in Stafford Springs, CT on January 26, 1959, to William Moriarty Sr. And Dorothy(Lincoln) Moriarty.  Bill was a proud navy veteran. He was also a skilled carpenter and craftsman. Bill was a loving husband, father and grandfather. He always lived life to the fullest and enjoyed simple pleasures like being outside in his backyard sipping a cup of coffee and skiing with his girls in the winter. He was an avid reader and enjoyed a good book. Bill will always be remembered for his great sense of humor and larger than life personality and charisma. He  had an incredible way of connecting with people on a deep level and making them feel special. To know him was to love him. He will be missed greatly. He is survived by his wife Jeannine Moriarty, daughters Kelly, Kasey, Lily, Sarah, and granddaughter Selena. His mother Dorothy Moriarty, and sister Kathleen (Moriarty) Nelson and many nephews and nieces. He was preceded by his father William Moriarty Sr., his brother Brian Moriarty, and son Daniel Moriarty. A church service will be held on Saturday, June 1st, 2024 at 11:00 am at St. Stanislaus church (82 Akron street, Meriden, CT).

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Thank you Danielle for your beautiful words

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My condolences to the whole family. Billy was like a brother to me if I ever needed advice he was always there. When I was thinking about starting my business he was one of the first calls I made to see his thought as always in Billy style he gave me the confidence to start it then he was a huge help years later helping me out. I'll miss his uplifting conversations this man will always have space in my heart. Love you Billy boy .

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Thank you so much Aaron for the beautiful pictures, my father adored you. You were such a positive light in his life

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Your dad was a beacon of kindness and wisdom, a pillar of strength and love. His memory will forever be a guiding light, and his legacy of warmth and laughter will continue to live on through the countless lives he touched. My deepest condolences to you and your family during this difficult time. I love you all very much, very very much.

Danielle Cavallo

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