Lawrence J. Moeller -6/1/2018

June 4th, 2018

Lawrence J. Moeller, 62, of Aston died peacefully at home on Friday, June 1st.  He was born in Chester, PA to the late Robert and Eileen Moeller.  Larry is a graduate of St. James High School and Widener University.  He worked at Edgemont Country Club for 28 years.  Larry was a loving husband and grandfather.  He had a zest for life in everything that he did.  Larry enjoyed playing golf with his many friends including, Al and Morte, his cousin Ed, and brother, Ron.  He especially enjoyed the time he spent with his grandsons, Jacob and Jackson.  He coached Jacob in basketball for 2 years, and enjoyed every moment he spent with him.  In March, he went to Disneyworld with Dawn, Mike and the boys, and had a wonderful time.  Larry enjoyed many family vacations to Ocean City, NJ.  He was a beautiful artist and would draw with his grandson, Jacob, who acquired the same talent.  He enjoyed the tranquility of sitting on his deck with his wife, watching the birds.  He also enjoyed watching basketball with Jacob and his brother-in-law, Jack.  Larry was a great son, brother, friend and neighbor to everyone he met.  He had a big heart, and would do anything to help someone.  Larry will be truly missed by all who knew him.

He is predeceased by his parents, Robert and Eileen Moeller. He is survived by his wife, Gloria Mortimer Moeller ; daughter by marriage, Dawn Berman (Mike); grandsons, Jacob and Jackson Berman; Siblings, Robert Moeller (Patricia), Eileen Kuc (John), Julianne Long (Jack), Louis Moeller (Sheila), and Ronald Moeller (Karen); brother-in-law, Jack Mortimer, many nieces, nephews and cousins.

His funeral Mass will be held on Thursday, June 7 at 10:30am at St. John Fisher Church 4225 Chichester Ave. Boothwyn, PA. Friends and family are invited to call from 8:30-10:30am in Church.  Burial will follow in Lawn Croft Cemetery, Linwood, PA.  Online condolences can be sent through

23 thoughts on “Lawrence J. Moeller -6/1/2018

  1. Gloria, having not lived in the area I only this evening learned the news of Larry’s passing several years ago. I news has certainly set me back as I always enjoyed being in his company and exchanging memories growing up. He will certainly be missed. You all are in my prayers…

  2. Gloria, I am so sorry to hear of Larry’s passing; please accept my sincere condolences on your loss. To the entire Moeller family, you are in my thoughts and prayers at this most difficult time. I know that in the future, any mention of Larry will surely bring to mind his smiling face. Rest in Peace, Larry.

  3. So sad to hear of the passing of my friend Larry. Our thoughts and prayers go out to Gloria and all family and friends at this time. Larry was one of those guys that when you met him, you knew that your life would be better for meeting such a wonderful man. A real game changer for me and my heart hurts for all our loss.

  4. Larry was a truly great neighbor. Seeing him every morning with his brightening smile as I’d leave the house to go to work was a great way to start each day. This past winter, I walked out after snow fell overnight to see that my car had been cleaned. Larry had walked out of his house at the same time. I just looked at him and said “that had to have been you.” He was the true definition of “neighbor” and I will miss seeing and talking with him about life, the shore, Philly sports teams and his grandsons. My condolences to you, Gloria and your family.

  5. Gloria and the Moeller Family, please accept my condolences. Larry was a good friend for about 50 years. His passing still has me in shock. He was a great guy. I remember when he was learning to drive he would drive down Simpson St, see me and keeping his eyes on the road I got a quick wave. Always smiling, full of energy (he was our 1 man press in basketball). Growing up in Linwood we had a group of friends who to this day remain friends and Larry will be deeply missed by all. God Bless you pal

  6. My condolences, thoughts and best wishes go out to all friends and family. For Bob, Lou, Ron and Jack, because of our friendships in the past, I am particularly saddened.

  7. So sad to hear about Larry. He was fun to be around and full of positive energy. He will be missed. God bless him and his family

  8. A person that departs from this earth never truly leaves, for they are still alive in our hearts and minds, through us, they live on. Please accept our condolences for the loss of Larry.

  9. Gloria
    I am So Very Sorry for Your Loss of Your Husband Larry, He sounds like He was a really great Guy, I am sorry I never got to meet Him,I know we have been out of touch for awhile but I Think of You Often. I am really glad You found happiness with Larry, I am Praying for You and Your Family to God to Comfort You in Your Grief and Sorrow, Love, An old Friend Sue Maher

  10. Gloria and family, I am so very sorry to hear of Larry’s passing. It is just so very hard to believe. He truly was a great friend and person to all. I have many fond memories of him and know that he is dancing in heaven with his mom and dad. You are all in my thoughts and prayers during this most difficult time.

  11. Although I lost contact with Larry after my mother died in 1990, I have often thought of him and how he made our lives richer. I know his family will miss him dearly. The world has lost a unique, talented and kind person. No one could do Jaegger as well. We will miss him.

  12. On behalf of the St. James High School Alumni Association, I extend our deepest sympathies and prayers. The Alumni Association will remember Larry at their annual Memorial Mass, April 7, 2019, at St. Madeline’s Church, Ridley Park, PA

  13. Moeller Family, I’m very sad to hear the passing of Larry, we had many good times growing up, I remember his visits and that he was the cool kid that knew all the latest hit songs and fads. He will be missed by all. God Bless and my prayers go out to entire family.


  14. Gloria, please accept my condolences and know that I am here for you if you need me, especially during this difficult time.

  15. Larry was our neighbor and truly embodied that word in every sense. When it snowed Larry was out early in the morning cleaning off his wife’s car and then the cars of his neighbors. He always had a friendly word and smile for everyone. Watching him play with his grandsons made it clear that he was really a kid at heart and loved spending time with Jacob and Jackson. I will miss having friendly conversations with Larry on the back deck or the front stair. He talked a lot about family vacations at the shore, his many bird feeders, baseball, basketball and his plans with Gloria and the boys. Larry had a joyful approach to life, was a friend to all of us and will be greatly missed.

  16. Gloria, I’m so sorry for your loss. I know you and Larry had a wonderful life and my thoughts and prayers are with you.
    Wendy Caruso

  17. I cannot believe that a man so full of energy and kindness could be taken so young!

    Rest in peace, Larry.

  18. Not enough space for all that I’d like to say………he wasn’t a classmate or co-worker of mine, he was much more than that to me…..a great teammate and friend. He never had a bad thing to say about anyone, was always interested in how others were doing and genuinely cared about me and my family. We are blessed beyond belief to have had Larry in our lives. My deepest condolences to his family and especially to Gloria……..until we see each other again brother.

  19. Gloria. i am so sorry to hear of Larry’s passing. He was a true friend to us in time of need. Sorry I won’t be able to attend his funeral but I will pray for him and your family. GOD bless you all.

  20. I have been fortunate enough to be friends with Larry since high school and cherished that friendship all these years. He was a funny guy who always had people laughing, we hung out at the shore, played basketball and had a ton of fun growing up. He was a caring and generous man who was always there for those who needed a hand. He was a Great guy and will be missed by many and forgotten by none!
    Rest in Peace my Friend!

  21. So saddened by Larry’s passing.
    Offering our condolences in this time of sorrow.
    Cynthia and Jerry Kline

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