November 3, 1935 – September 22, 2020
FRANCIS “Frank” MORIARTY formerly of JERICHO, VT – Frank Moriarty, 84, died peacefully on September 22, 2020 in Framingham, MA. Frank was born November 3, 1935, in St. Johnsbury, VT. While attending St. Michael’s College, he met and later married Judith Summerton Moriarty. Frank served in the Air Force and retired after 20+ years of service. He and Judy, along with their three children, traveled the world together. After retiring from the Air Force in 1978, they settled happily in Jericho, VT. Later in life, they enjoyed splitting their year between Vermont and their farm in Harpswell, Maine. Frank moved to Framingham, MA last year to be closer to his children.
He is predeceased by his wife, Judy, daughter Kam, Cousin Mary McNamara and his Corgi, Avery. Frank is survived by his children, Tim and wife, Susan, and their children, Kaitlin and Griffin; and Colleen and husband, Foris “Tree” Anctil, and their children, Evan, Corinne, Reid and Jocelyn; as well as his nephew, Kevin Drew and wife Susan, and their children, Leslie and Shannon; and many beloved cousins.
A summer interment service is planned in Bath, Maine.
No public services are scheduled at this time. Receive a notification when services are updated.
October 15, 2020
so very sorry to hear of your loss. you were great neighbors and we have many memories, I contacted kam after the loss of your mom and we kept in touch. please e-mail me w/ what happened. she was my best friend for so many years and when I think of high school and years beyond - it was always with her.
love to you all. julie
October 14, 2020
Colleen, Tim and families so sorry to hear about your dad. Lots of memories of him growing up. Love to all of you.
Bob and Martha Pollak
October 13, 2020
Tim and Colleen, so sorry to hear of your dad’s passing. We have many happy memories of him and your mom, always a good time with them so long ago.
Martha and Bob Pollak
October 12, 2020
Frank and I along with Bernie worked together at H&R Block for years. Thoroughly enjoyed it all - his sense of humor and timing was priceless! Bernie and he were SMC grads and AF retirees which sometimes was very funny. Enjoyed our interaction with both he and Judy. My deepest sympathy and prayers Tim , Colleen and families. Anna Roque
October 11, 2020
Years ago I met Frank by phone. I returned to Vermont after starting my business in Boston where I grew up. The name of the business? Moriarty Financial Services. I was delighted to call the other Moriarty business in the area.
Frank invited me to the family reunion! I couldn’t make it but always wish I had. As a UVMer who grew up outside Boston I was thrilled to have family in Vermont.
Frank had the ability to do that on the phone. What a lovely human soul lost to this world.
October 11, 2020
Colleen and family
Sending thoughts and prayers to all of you during this difficult time.
Every time I think of Frank, a smile comes...such a great guy and full of life.
A life well lived and loved!
May the many stories you have bring you comfort in the days ahead.
May God hold you in the palm of His hand, Pope Francis!
October 11, 2020
I spent quite a bit of time with Frank during his stay with his wife at Respite House in Vermont. And later when he volunteered there. He was a good man. Thank you.