Donna (Prout) Moran

Born: Sun., Mar. 2, 1947
Died: Fri., Nov. 30, 2012

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Donna (Prout) Moran, 65, of Plymouth, died Friday (Nov. 30, 2012) at Cook Willow Convalescent Home, Plymouth.

Donna was born March 2, 1947 in Webster, MA. She was the daughter of the late John and Susie (Collins) Prout. Prior to her retirement she was employed as a P.E. teacher for the South Country, Long Island School District.

Donna is survived by her sons, Chad Moran of Binghamton, NY, AJ Moran of Syracuse, NY; her daughter, Carrie Moran-Loeffler of Plymouth, CT; her brother, John Prout of NH; her sister, Nancy Bottari of Alaska; her best friend, Nancy Paradise of LI, NY and her four grandchildren, Chase Moran, Hunter Moran, Ruby Loeffler and Violet Loeffler.

A memorial mass will be held Saturday (Dec. 8, 2012) 10:00AM at the Immaculate Conception Church, Terryville. Burial will be in St. Joseph Cemetery, Bristol. Relatives and friends may call at the Scott Funeral Home, 169 Main St., Terryville, CT on Friday (Dec. 7, 2012) from 4:00 to 6:00PM.

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ann bluestein

Donna was truly an inspiration to me and, surely, to others. Her courage, good humor and sense of committment was a joy to see and will always be a joy to remember.

Barbara DeLancey

I will miss you, Kiddo.=

Peggy Mastroddi

From my very first day at Brookhaven School I could see that Donna was a special person and someone I would like to have as a friend. She had a warm and welcoming way, and a sly sense of humor. We shared many laughs. Donna was a wonderful friend to me, even when I did leave her kids on hold for too long!

I miss her already.

Dave Winslow

Sorry to hear of Donna's premature passing. I still remember the pickerel she and Tony shared from her New England fishing friends and family. She was a very sweet and caring iperson.

john Frankie -(Athletic Director)

Donna was one of the best Physical Education teachers' that the South Country School District has ever had. She was a positive role model for her students and fellow collegues. She also help mentor and mold young Physical Education teachers' into seasoned veterans who had a passion for teaching their students to persue a healthy lifestyle thru exercise and diet. She will be missed by all the people that she touched in her career in Bellport.

Karen Bressler-Weisbrot

To the Family of Donna Moran

I had the pleasure of knowing Donna in the South Country School District many years ago. Please accept my sincere condolences for a woman of compassion, valour, and true goodness. She will be greatly missed by her colleagues here on Long Island. May the days ahead bring you all special memories, peace, and solace. Rest in peace Donna.

Nancy Paradise

This world will never be the same without you. We all were blessed to share in your life. Everyone who met you experienced your compassion, joy, love and generosity. Your quick wit and way with words put a smile on so many faces. My family was your family and your family is mine. I love and miss you, my friend.

Elinor Gagne

Dear Carrie and Laura, I was deeply saddened to read about Donna. She was a great lady and a lot of fun. My deepest sympathy to you and your family. Sincerely, Elinor

Kim Rodriguez/John Cerillo

So sorry to hear of Donna's passing. We both taught with Donna in the South Country School District and will remember her for her kindness and wonderful personality. Our thoughts go out to her family and close friends during this difficult time.

Barbara Gould

Donna and I met in college - she in our sister class at Sargent. I remember such good times with her - she was always so giving and full of life. I must say our contact had become yearly notes/calls at Christmas but I always felt we had just talked. I remember our walks along the beach in Maine. She will be missed. I am glad she was a part of my life. My sympathies to you all.