Moriarty, Frank age 85 of Plymouth, MN died on March 15, 2022 from multiple myeloma. Frank was born in Chicago, IL, the proud son of Irish immigrant parents, John and Mary Ann Moriarty. He was a graduate of Weber High School and DePaul University. He worked in management for J.C. Penney stores for 36 years (starting in Berwyn, IL, he was transferred to: Ford City in Chicago, IL; Albert Lea, MN; Rochester, MN; Southdale in Edina, MN; Apache Plaza in St. Anthony, MN; Sterling, IL; and Logansport, IN). Frank was a longtime volunteer with many organizations including United Way, Headstart, MN Ostomy Support Group, PRISM, MN DFL, and Loaves and Fishes. He was also a member and long-term leader of the Thursday Current Events group at Plymouth Creek Center, and St. Philip the Deacon Church's Tuesday Men's Group. Frank loved to read. He was a bowler and golfer for years, and a Chicago White Sox fan to his dying day. Frank never knew a stranger and he loved to make all of us smile and laugh. He was predeceased by an infant daughter, Hope Elizabeth. He is survived by his loving wife of 60 years, Mary; his devoted children, daughters, Sharon (Tim Doran) Moriarty and Kathleen Moriarty; son, Dan (Martha) Moriarty; his six grandchildren whom he dearly loved: Brianna, Olivia and Kylie Doran, Macario Ramirez-Moriarty, Ailee and Keenan Moriarty; brothers, John (Sally) and Bob (Ona) Moriarty; sister, Mary (Bill) Kasinak; sisters-in-law, Louise Markley and Kathy (Max) Scruggs; brother-inlaw, Larry (Faye Witt) Markley; many nieces and nephews. Mass of Christian Burial 11 AM Mon., March 28 at the Parish Community of St. Joseph Parish Center, 8701 36th Ave. N., New Hope. Inurnment St. Joseph Parish Cemetery. Visitation one hour prior to the Mass at the church. Memorials to: Sisters of Providence, Terre Haute, IN, Sharing and Caring Hands, Minneapolis, Friends of the Hennepin County Library or the ACLU. Gearty-Delmore 763-553-1411 gearty-delmore.com
Published on March 27, 2022
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