Mike Angel Moreno
October 3, 1940 – June 9, 2021
Mike was incredibly intelligent, compassionate and caring. He loved to travel, was a history buff, an avid salsa dancer, cigar aficionado and most importantly, family man.
He is predeceased by his parents and siblings.
Left to cherish his memory is the love of his life, Carmen, 6 children, 12 grandchildren, 2 great grandchildren as well as numerous extended family members and friends.
In lieu of flowers memorial donations may be made to the National Kidney Foundation.
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- National Kidney Foundation
Monday, June 14, 2021
Tuesday, June 15, 2021
Wednesday, June 16, 2021
Mike Angel Moreno
July 20, 2021
Remember him coming to Dekalb and my dad would come uncle Wilbert would show and I wanted to be just like them they were so cool they were the rat pack
June 15, 2021
I went to work for Mike at Urban Cleaning Contractors in the early 90's. His Work ethic, integrity, kindness and ability to get along with everyone has never ceased to amaze me. He loved life and life loved him...as did everyone who knew him. Mike, you will be sorely missed. The world is darker without you.
June 13, 2021
I only knew Mike for only 7yrs but we became very close during that time. In fact I considered him to be like a brother to me. He was a kind and gentle person who loved to help and mentor others. We talked a lot and I can tell you he had a great love for his wife Carmen and his children. While he was as man of few words, he projected volumes of wisdom. He will be missed and has left a void in my life. However, I cherish the thought that he lived a full and rewarding life.
June 12, 2021
Waiting at Grandmas house knowing my big Cuz was in town, I anxiously awaited a red Catty or Black Oldsmobile , I wasn’t sure, you told me once every Man has a forte some a watch or shoes yours was a Car. You told me if I really want to make money you must do what most don’t like. Endless conversations of family, culture , our island and business. Every boy has a superhero, you were mine. You comforted me recently and shared beautiful words. I am sad Cuz , I am going to miss you so much, I told you when Pop recently past you were the “Last of the Mo-ricans” . I will continue the knowledge and pass on our Roots, Raices, as we discussed. You are in a good place now with your Moms smile your pops grin your Sisters laugh, Ray playing percussion for you, Pete’s jokes, Nelson’s little houses and records, I can go on and on because of your talented family generation. You will always be my hero. You all have left behind for me a strength and character that will help me along. Thank you dearly Cuz, you will always be in my heart