Dr. Harry Moulis

December 12, 1960November 17, 2020

Dr. Harry Moulis, Age 59, a local Gastroenterologist, passed away on November 17, 2020 after a prolonged battle with brain cancer. He has gone home to be with his Lord and Savior. Harry is survived by Debra, his beloved wife of twenty years; our children Gretchin Smith and husband Shawn, Jeffrey Vedder, Michael Vedder: our grandchildren Kourtney Priest, Colby Priest, Amelia Vedder; his parents Helene and Peter Moulis; Godmother Marie Benetos; sisters Aphrodite Moulis- Sutterfield and husband David, Stephanie Moulis; Godsons Dean Hajedemos, Killian Brubach; his brothers in law Steve Thomaston and wife Kathy and Donald Turner. Harry was born in Brooklyn New York in 1960. After graduating from New College in Sarasota, he attended Medical School at the University of Miami. He completed his internship and residency at Orlando Regional Medical Center and was chief resident his senior year. Harry then went on to complete the Affiliated Gastroenterology program through Yale University at Waterbury Hospital Health Center in Waterbury, CT and Hospital of St. Raphael. As a fellow in Gastroenterology, he published many review articles and mastered new techniques and procedures, which he introduced to the Volusia County region. He was an outstanding physician for 28 years in private practice at Borland Groover Clinic and affiliated with the areas two hospitals; Halifax Health and Advent Health. Harry was an avid photographer and wildlife lover, with museum exhibitions as well as regional shows and publications in magazines such as National Geographic and National Audubon Society and our local The Stethoscope you could say it was a great passion of his. Along with photography came a passion and love for the outdoors and traveling with his wife, Debra as well as many friends. Harry lived out his life always guided by his Christian faith and was a devout member of Holy Cross Church. He is now resting in the arms of God. May his memory be Eternal. In Lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made to Holy Cross Church at 375 Fleming Ave Ormond Beach FL, 32174.



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Denise Gavora Porter

November 27, 2020

I am so sorry! Harry and I went to high school together and I considered him a good friend. He was a special person even then, and the world is a little less bright without him in it. My sincerest condolences to all.....

Sharon Brooks

November 24, 2020

Dr. Moulis was such a kind and dedicated physician. I worked with him at Halifax and also he took care on my daughter. He was so good with a teenager having to have an invasive procedure. I thank the Lord for his help and send prayers to the family. May he Rest In Eternal Peace. Shari Brooks

Diane Kallman

November 23, 2020

Dr.Moulis was such a kind man. Very patient teacher to new nurses. Was always appreciative of staff caring for his patients. Wishing God comfort to his family. He will be missed.

Marianne Marzinko

November 23, 2020

Dr Moulis was a very nice man, he made you feel comforable just talking with you. He drew pictures to explain the procedure you were undergoing. He eased your mind prior to procedure. A wonderful, talented, respected Doctor, We will miss you Dr Moulis !

Carol Whiting

November 22, 2020

Dr Moulis was our gastroenterologist for 15 years. He was an amazing doctor and caring man. We’ve never seen a physician with such dedication and caring of his patients. He was like the speed of light. He was always so thorough and so pleasant to everyone that he knew. We loved his wonderful ties,

We were very saddened when we heard of his illness. He will be dearly missed not only by his family but every life he touched,

Bill and Maria Jaecklein

November 22, 2020

Harry was as fine a person as you'd ever want to meet. He will be greatly missed by us and by all who had the privilege of knowing him. Our prayers are with Debra and their family. May his memory be eternal.
Bill and Maria Jaecklein

Lorri Almonte

November 22, 2020

My condolences to the family and friends of such a great man! He will be missed and remembered for his kindness and love for humans and wildlife alike . As a Physician, he ranks among the best, always taking time to answer your questions and clarify . He took wonderful care of my entire family! The Lord is saying “ well done my good and faithful servant!”

Cindy Landi

November 22, 2020

So incredibly sorry to hear about your loss. Dr. Moulis was exceptional in his care for his patients. He took the time he needed with his patients and always made sure he answered all their questions. He was a lovely man and everyone who worked with him will miss him. My prayers go out to his family.

Hal Kushner

November 22, 2020

Dr Moulis was an esteemed and respected colleague. I knew him from the time he came here, and frequently referred patients to him. He was an excellent physician, knowledgeable and hard working with all the technical skills, but compassionate, empathetic, and patient. I never heard a patient make a derogatory comment. They all liked and appreciated him, as did I.
His photographic skills were extraordinary and the work product of his nature photography were world class. Those photos and the memories and gratitude of his patients will be his enduring legacy.
The medical community has lost a great resource. We mourn with his family and loved ones. God bless you.

Theresa Cirelli

November 21, 2020

I am so sorry for this loss.
Dr Moulis was always a kind and gentle caregiver.
I remember Speaking with him about his love for photography and the beautiful wildlife he captured with his lens.
Always humble he was always a welcome site in the GI lab.
My deepest sympathy to his family.


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