John M. Morena

September 29, 1922April 28, 2019

John M. Morena, 96, of Medford, on April 28, 2019. Predeceased by his beloved wife, Marie "Micky" (nee Culmone) and his loving son, Johnny Boy. Cherished father of Robert and Michael (Tina). Loving grandfather of John, Nicole, and Anthony Morena. Dear brother-in-law of Judy (nee Culmone) and Peter Vail and the late Fran (nee Culmone) Blersh and Phyllis (nee Tonini) Morena. Lifelong friend of Pasquale Franzese and dearest friend of Carol Campo. Predeceased by his parents, Dominick and Josephine (Perrotta) Morena and his brother, Alfonse Morena. Born and raised on Richardson Street in Greenpoint, Brooklyn, where he met his beloved Micky. They were married at St. Francis of Paola RC Church in 1952. Johnny was a tractor trailer driver and retired from IML Freight in West Babylon, NY in 1983. Family will receive friends at O.B. Davis Funeral Home, 1001 Route 25A., Miller Place, on Friday, May 3, 2019 2-4pm & 7-9pm.



  • Visitation Friday, May 3, 2019
  • Closing Prayer Saturday, May 4, 2019


  • Private Cremation


John M. Morena

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Michael Morena

May 14, 2019

Hiya Pop,
I just want to say Thank you for being my Dad. You were a good fair cool as they come type of Father. Growing up I looked up to you as the greatest Dad in the world! You could do anything when I needed you to help me. So Pop I'm really gonna miss you not being there because you were always there when I came by. Thank you Dad!
Love you,

Jack Calabrese

May 3, 2019

I remember John and his family. We lived on the same block in Greenpoint. I am a few years younger, but have great memories of John and his family. Still recall when John and his brother Al had got their Studebaker cars. Also remember when we could no longer keep our dog where we were living and my Pop gave the dog to Josie and Dom.

Remember Johnny always with a smile on his face.

So very sorry for your loss.

Jack Calabrese

Tracey Jahrsdoerfer

May 1, 2019

Dear Mike, Tina & Family,
Pop was one in a million! Our Tan Man.
May he rest in peace.
Our sincerest sympathies to you and your family,
Tracey & Paul Jahrsdoerfer