My good friend, Tom Moran, passed away this morning after a farm equipment rollover.
Moran was involved in almost nearly every aspect of community service that Avon offered.
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Moran volunteered with numerous Avon sports programs, was active with the Lions Club and retired as a dedicated Village employee with the water department where he continued to work part-time after his retirement.
Moran, more well known as ‘T’ was a great representation of an incredible human being dedicated to his community and always willing to give his time and effort.
A sincere and heartfelt condolence to Connie, Tom’s children, grandchildren, family and friends. Tom was an incredible person who inspired you to achieve beyond your potential.
Tom was a friend who’s advice I frequently sought. He had an ageless work ethic and took great pride in helping others. Tom was one of the first people I told when I found out I was going to be a father. Tom and has partner Connie have always been supportive of me and the Genesee Sun, especially during some very hard times. I will always cherish their friendship.
When we live in the community we report tragedy is heartbreaking. When it’s a friend you consider family – it’s double. You have to report on it, but at the same time you have cope with it. It’s even more difficult for the first responders.
A friend of mine suggested that the story here is not the accident but the life he lived and the void his passing leaves. I couldn’t agree more.