Stanton M. Moretti
Stanton M. Moretti, 78, of Cranston, passed away peacefully on Monday January 1, 2018 at Rhode Island Hospital surrounded by loved ones. He had a long career with General Electric and was an active member of the Union for many years.
He was the husband of the late Helen Maxine (Roberts) Moretti. Born in Providence, Rhode Island on August 22, 1939 he was the son of the late Marco and Gertrude (Durbin) Moretti. Stan lived most of his life in Cranston until 2004, when he retired to Raeford, North Carolina. He recently moved back home to enjoy more time with his family.
He is survived by his daughters Maxine “Mae” Hutchins of Cranston, Deborah Tennett of Cranston, and his son Stanton Moretti Jr. of North Carolina. Beside his children, he also leaves his grandchildren, Brandee Crowley, Kerri Bakalakis, Stephanie Gallagher, Michael Tennett, Stanton “Max” Moretti, Ayreanna Moretti, and Providence Moretti as well as 5 beloved great grandchildren. Stan was a 1957 graduate of Cranston East, formerly known as “Cranston High.” After high school he served in the Navy during peacetime. He met his beloved wife Helen “Maxine” while visiting Washington D.C. at this time. They returned to Rhode Island where they established their home raised their three children. Stan went on to attend Johnson and Wales. He was a dedicated employee of General Electric where he worked as a circuit board manufacturer. He was passionate about the work he accomplished as a Union representative. Stan was an avid reader and card player. He enjoyed boating and cooking. Above all he loved his family and friends and loved nothing more than to socialize and engage in good conversation. He had a sense of humor like no other and will be greatly missed.
His funeral service will be held on Saturday at 10:00 am in the Lakewood Baptist Church 255 Atlantic Avenue Warwick. Later Internment will take place in North Carolina where he will rest alongside his late wife. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to Operation Stand Down c/o 1010 Hartford Ave. Johnston.
Laura DePaul - 01/03/2018
To Deb, Kerri, Stephanie, Michael & Family,
So sorry to hear of Pop’s passing. May you hold on tight to all the good memories and they bring peace & healing in time. Pop was such a unique individual who certainly loved his family dearly. I’ll never forget him. RIP Pop.
Donald Taglianetti - 01/03/2018
God Speed cuz,, you’ll be missed
Diane Mignano - 01/03/2018
Deb and family, I am so sorry to hear about pops passing. I’m glad you were able to be with him.
Gloria Laurie. 01 -03-2018 - 01/03/2018
Deb, May and family,
So sorry to hear of your Dad's passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you.
With our love,
Bill and Gloria
Laurie Scripsack - 01/04/2018
Mike, so sorry to hear about your grandfather...Lots of love...Laurie
George R Canfield - 01/06/2018
Deb and family I'm so sorry for your loss my thoughts and prayers are with you today