Rick Moran
(1947 - 2010)

Profile:
Rick Moran

Birth:
New York, United States of America
March 22, 1947

Passing:
Texas, United States of America
March 13, 2010

Interests:
Photography, Cooking, Writing, Paranormal Investiagting.
Memorial
Rick Moran 3/22/47 – 3/13/10
Education
Loyola School – Jesuit Diplomas thru grade 9 Manhattan, NY
Delehanty High School, Jamaica NY Academic Diploma with NYS Regents Honors
Queens borough Community College, Bayside NY - Associate degree in Electronic Technology
Bureau of Municipal Police – State of NY – Basic Police Academy
Fordham University – Manhattan, NY Major in Communications, Minor in Comparative Religions
John Jay College of Criminal Justice – Basic Police Academy Certification, Supervisory School Certification, Hostage Negotiations Techniques, Advanced Studies in Public Safety Management

Personal Interests

Amateur Radio licensed at age 14
State of New York and Texas Notary Public
Associate Member of the AIA with several archeological digs in the United States
Writes articles on American History and The Paranormal for Fortean and Fate Magazines
Enjoyed photography as a hobby, as well as job description, both film and digital
Computers, Internet and imaging
Certified Storm Spotter for the National SKYWARN system and Red Cross Communications network

Affiliations

NPPA – National Press Association – over 35 years
NWU-UAW – National Writers Union – Charter Member
SPJ – Society of Professional Journalists
TPA – Texas Press Association
IRE – Investigative Reporters and Editors
IPA – International Police Association – Life member
ARRL – American Radio Relay League – Life Member
SKYWARN – US Weather Service storm spotter – KYNYP
IPA Amateur Radio Union – Worldwide Police volunteers in Amateur Radio
Member of both Knights of Columbus and F & AM Masons
ASUP – Association for the Study of Unexplained Phenomenon -Coordinator

Work Experience

New York’s Finest Magazine Editor and Police officer assigned. 1980-1989
Public Safety Consultants – Instructional Coordinator NYS EMS 1990-1996
John Jay College of Criminal Justice –Professor and Director of EMS Development 1989-1994
Photo Associate’s News Service – Bureau Editor NY and Boston 1984-1991
The Rockwall Success and Chronicle Reporter/Writer 1997-1999
DFW Newspapers Special Sections Editor 2000-2002
North Texas News Service Freelance Writer 2001-2004
Association for the Study of Unexplained Phenomenon -Coordinator 1973-2010


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Guest Book (7 entries)
I was looking for Rick on the Internet and saw where he passed away. I'm devastated to say the least. I wanted to let him know that a story he wrote about me long ago has sparked new interest all over the U.S. Rick was an amazing reporter. Beyond that, he was an amazing human being. I've never met anyone quite like Rick and I doubt I ever will again. The world has really lost someone irreplaceable here... Sending my deepest condolences to Rick's family.
Robin Karr
July 30th, 2013
I was so amazied at all the things Rick had done and all the lives he touched. Truly he was a role model for the rest of us to look for the good in people in life and a way to find peace in death.
linda Erickson (coworker-friend)
April 27th, 2010
Rick Moran was one of those men that once you meet him, you would never forget him!

He taught me so much about life, death, appropriate grieving tools for loved ones, about my gifts, paranormal investigating, and how to just enjoy your life whenever and while you can!

I will always love him as a dear friend and brother.

Joy Maner
Joy Maner ("Sister")
April 22nd, 2010
Rick will always live on as my mentor and my friend. I learned so much from him and will keep his vision and work alive.

In Rick's life he gave us a new perspective on death, in his passing, he gave us a new perspective on life.

Rick, you will be missed, but we know you are not far away.
Sheryl Baird (friend)
April 21st, 2010
When I am gone, release me, let me go. I have so many things to see and do. You musn't tie yourself to me with tears. Be happy that we had so many years.
I gave you my love and you can only guess, how much you gave me happiness. I thank you for the love you each have shown, but it's time I traveled on alone.
So grieve awhile for me, if grieve you must, then let your grief be comforted by trust. It's only for a while that we must part, so bless the memories within your heart.
I won't be far away, as life goes on, so if you need me, call and I will come. Though you can't see or touch me, I'll be near, and if you listen with your heart, you'll hear all my love around you soft and clear.
And then, whenyou must come this way alone, I'll greet you with a smile and say, "Welcome Home"
Joi Moran (wife)
April 21st, 2010
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"I was so touched by your husband although I did not know him I felt your love and your loss when he passed. I felt a loss too for a friend I never meet but, felt like I knew because of all the great things you told me about him. May God be with you."
linda Erickson
April 27th, 2010
"Forever In My Heart"
Joi Moran
April 21st, 2010

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