Charles Sal­va­tore Mo­rano

Connecticut Post (Sunday) - - Obituaries/ News -

Dec 23, 1935 - June 4, 2018

Charles Sal­va­tore Mo­rano (“Pop­eye”), of Orange, passed away in his home on Mon­day, June 4, 2018, at the age of 82. Pop­eye was born on De­cem­ber 23, 1935 in Fair­field, CT. Upon his high school grad­u­a­tion, Pop­eye proudly joined the U. S. Army and served as a para­trooper in the 82nd Air­borne Di­vi­sion based out of Fort Bragg, NC. Dur­ing this time, he met and mar­ried Mary Ann Duch, with whom he made a beau­ti­ful fam­ily. They were hap­pily mar­ried for 37 years un­til her pass­ing. He never re­mar­ried. Pop­eye was em­ployed as a sign de­signer and was one of the most re­spected de­sign­ers in his field. He spent his free time with his fam­ily and friends and took pride in watch­ing his fam­ily grow.

Pop­eye is sur­vived by his twin brother, Leonard Mo­rano of Trum­bull, and his three sons; Charles A. Mo­rano of Mil­ford, Leonard F. Mo­rano and his wife Roseann of Mon­roe, and Michael Mo­rano and his part­ner Gina Forselius of North Haven, his nine grand­chil­dren; Kris­ten Ka­plan and her hus­band Reid, Dean Tartaglio and his wife Brit­tany, Sa­man­tha Buo­nanno and her hus­band James, Eric Mo­rano, Ni­cholas Mo­rano, Michael Mo­rano, Lau­ren Mo­rano, Victo- ria Rosiak, and Charles Forselius. Lastly, Pop­eye is sur­vived by his nine great grand­chil­dren. Pop­eye will be missed by many and for­ever re­mem­bered by all who knew him.

Per his wishes a fu­neral will not be held, how­ever, a cel­e­bra­tion of his life will be next month at a lo­ca­tion to be de­ter­mined. For ad­di­tional in­for­ma­tion please reach out to the im­me­di­ate fam­ily. Ar­range­ments en­trusted to the Par­ente- Lauro Fu­neral Home, 559 Washington Ave., Bridge­port. To sign an on­line guest book or to send pri­vate con­do­lences please visit www. par­ente­lauro. com

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