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MORAN Raymond Daniel (formerly US Army ,25 years, RA20247893, retired; subsequently Civilian Contractor MI, SHAPE, Belgium, 6 years).
Born April 9, 1914, Omaha, Nebraska USA; died May 20, 1993, age 79 of “heart failure”, Saint Nicolas Hospital, Eupen Belgium.

Father: Daniel Joseph Moran, born Oct. 16, 1889, Scranton, Pennsylvania; died Oct.24ᵗʰ,1964, age 75, Bronx, New York. Inspector, Omaha Gas Company and later New York Con Edison Gas Company.

Mother: Belle Moran, né Combs, born Jan.6ᵗʰ,1891, Omaha, Nebraska; died Oct. 1923, age 32, Omaha, Nebraska. Housewife.

Education:
1919-1924, St. Patrick’s School, Omaha Nebraska
1924-1925, Irving School, Sioux City, Iowa
1925-1930, St. Mary’s High School, Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania


Work prior to enlisting in US Army:
1931-1935: Waldorf-Astoria Hotel, New York (Accounting Clerk, Cashier)
1936-1941: Barbizon Hotel, New York (Audit Supervisor)

History in US Army:
1940: joined New York National Guard, 258ᵗʰ Field Artillery, Bronx, NY

Feb.7ᵗʰ,1941: enlisted in US Army, Field Radio Specialist, HQ Battery, 258ᵗʰ Field Artillery, Madison Barracks, Sackets Harbor, NY (June 2ⁿᵈ,1941 regiment transferred to Fort Ethan Allen, Vermont)

April 1942-Oct. 1945: Intercept Operator, 121ˢᵗ Signal Radio Intelligence Company, European Theater:
  • May 11ᵗʰ,1942-Oct.29ᵗʰ,1943: Iceland
  • Nov.5ᵗʰ,1943-Oct.17ᵗʰ,1944: Great Britain
  • Oct.29ᵗʰ,1944-March 7ᵗʰ,1945: France
  • March 7th,1945: arrival in Belgium (meets his future bride in Eupen, Belgium)
  • Sept.30ᵗʰ,1945: departure on S.S. John Ericsson from Le Havre, France with destination New York; arrival Oct.9ᵗʰ,1945.
  • Oct.14ᵗʰ,1945: “Honorable Discharge” from US Army; Nov.5ᵗʰ,1945: re-enlists with request for overseas posting to Belgium.
  • (Nov., Dec,1945/Jan.1946: future wife Netty requests “character reference and interview on Raymond from Catholic Parish Bronx, New York; reply, Dec.6ᵗʰ,1945: “He truly loves you much    since it is only because of you that he has re-enlisted in the army”.
  • (August 1946: security clearance/declaration of intention to marry. Reason for marriage, on both declarations: “mutual adoration”).

Nov.1945-Nov.1948, Second Signal Service Bn, Nurnberg, Germany; Nov.1948-April 1951 Graves Registration, Liege, Belgium.

Subsequent postings were in Augusta, Georgia; Giessen, Germany; Queens, New York; Verdun, France; Pirmasens, Germany; and New York City (108ᵗʰ INTC Group) from July 1960 until retirement in October 1965.

Post-retirement:
Employment as Group Adjutants Assistant, 650ᵗʰ MI Group, SHAPE, Mons Belgium, Jan. 1968- May 1973.
Ray in the year 1950 at Bressoux (Belgium) HQ Graves Registry Company
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Alle Informationen und Fotos wurden von Robert Daniel Moran, dem Sohn von Raymond Daniel Moran zur Verfügung gestellt - All information and photos were provided by Robert Daniel Moran, son of Raymond Daniel Moran

Robert Daniel Moran, US Citizen, son of Raymond Daniel Moran, born May 15ᵗʰ,1948, 19:58hrs, 385ᵗʰ Station Hospital, APO 696, US Army, Nurnberg, Germany, moved 20 times, in 4 countries, attended 11 schools and, now retired, have worked 41 years in business for 6 global companies, in 16 countries.

Besten Dank auch an meinen Freund Marcel Vaessen aus Lanzerath, dessen Onkel Raymond Daniel Moran war.
 
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