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San Francisco Columbarium & Funeral Home

One Loraine Court, San Francisco, CA

OBITUARY

Larry J. Moreci

April 5, 1947January 18, 2020

Larry J. Moreci was born on April 5, 1947 and passed away on January 18, 2020.

Services

  • Celebration of Life Wednesday, February 19, 2020

Memories

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Michele Moreci

February 13, 2020

Larry with his grandson, Jonathan Moreci.

Lori Moreci

February 12, 2020

My 8th grade graduation.

Yvette Moreci

February 11, 2020

Laura Moreci

February 11, 2020

Larry Moreci was my beloved husband of over 39 years. We had three beautiful children together and enjoyed a large family including my 3 beautiful step daughters, 6 grand children and 2 great grand children. We loved each other passionately until his last breath. I will carry him in my heart until we meet again on the other side.
Larry was a handsome man and unique in every way. Words fail me to do him justice. He had integrity and was full of life and vitality. Even in his last days, he would do anything to make me smile and to express his love. He loved his family greatly. We will miss him very much. (We will also miss his great cooking!)
He was the love of my life. ❤

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Biography

Larry]. Moreci was born on April 5th, 1947 to Tony and Josephine Moreci in San Francisco, California. He was the third of six children. As a child, Larry was very active in sports and excelled at basketball. After attending Washington High School, he married Yvonne and they had three daughters; Lorraine, Yvette, and Michele.

Larry used his mechanical skills for many years as a foreman for Hass Bros Liquors in San Francisco. In 1980, Larry married Laura Bombaci and together they recently celebrated their 39th wedding anniversary. After relocating to San Jose in 1983 they had three children together; Christopher-Larry, Matthew, and Nicholle.

Also in 1983, Larry began a very successful career in the auto industry. He worked for Courtesy Chevrolet, Oak Tree Mazda, and finished his career at Honda of Stevens Creek. He consistently ranked among the top in the nation for car sales, earning many awards including the Legion of Leaders and also appearing in Sonic BOOM magazine leading the nation as a Director of Internet Fleet Sales.

Larry shined at whatever he did. He was famous for his cooking, especially for his spaghetti sauce which he never stopped trying to improve! He had a passion for fishing and soon became known at the Pacifica Pier for his big salmon catches. Larry had a strong love for sports. Even while in the hospital he never stopped asking to be moved to a room with a television so he could watch the 49ers in the playoffs, driving the nurses crazy!

In Larry's retirement years, he drew close to God and often read his Bible and prayed for his family daily. When asked by his wife, "Do you have any last requests?" His passion and love for his family was evident as his only request was to pray over his children, grandchildren, family, and wife; which he did so with tears.

He is greatly missed by all who knew and loved him.