Zoeller Funeral Home

615 Landa, New Braunfels, TX


George Medford Moran Jr.

January 31, 1949September 3, 2019

New Braunfels, TX – George Medford Moran Jr., 70, a loving son, brother, uncle, went to God's loving arms Tuesday, September 3, 2019. George was born January 31, 1949, to George and Ethel Ruth Moran in Fort Worth. He was a Haltom High graduate. He had been a member of Haltom and Birdville Baptist Churches over the years. Over the years George lived in Fort Worth, Bowie, Jacksboro and New Braunfels Texas. George enjoyed traveling to the mountains and southwest. George also enjoyed artwork and crafts. His smile and wit will be missed and will remain in our daily memories. George is survived by his brother, Louis and wife, Sherri, and many cousins, nephews, and nieces. Interment will be at a later date at the Dallas-Fort Worth National Cemetery. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the Salvation Army. Those wishing to sign the online guestbook may do so at www.zoellerfuneralhm.com


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George Medford Moran Jr.

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Joe Hubbard

September 6, 2019

George, I can't express in a few words the love I have for you and your family. The times we spent together will never be forgotten. Your kindness and humor were just few things that I truly enjoyed, you were a truly beautiful spirit that God put on this earth and the only comfort I have at this moment is that you are in his presence. God Bless you

Louis Moran

September 5, 2019

My big brother; what a great guy;
With you having a 5 year head start on me, I grew up being told how much you loved and cared for me. So much so, that shortly after my arrival, you even selected an additional name for me (Ricky) to express your fondness of having a little brother. So thankful you were there for me. So thankful I was there for you. There are not enough words to describe the journey you and I have had. Along with experiencing that love and care, your memorable smile will remain with me. May the Lord give you rest. Until that day;
Louis (Ricky)

Sherri Moran

September 5, 2019

Everyone loved George. He had a dry whit. He could tell you more about history than most college graduates. Each holiday you were greeted with his own creations. Ghosts and pumpkins were cut out and hung around his room each fall. This year, he told me, he was going to make wolves. He had collected pictures of wolves and porcelain wolves through out his life. George was a very sweet man and we miss him.