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Remembering Troy Moran: A Heartfelt Tribute to a Beloved Friend (Service Information Below)

In the quiet corners of our community, where the echoes of basketballs bouncing and laughter shared over fishing lines linger, the memory of Troy Moran remains a vibrant beacon of joy and camaraderie. Troy, a proud 1996 graduate of Whitehall High School, passed away recently, leaving behind a legacy of passion and kindness that touched everyone he met.

Troy’s love for sports was more than just a pastime; it was a way of connecting with people. His friends remember him as a fierce competitor, always ready with a quick joke to lighten the mood, even in the heat of the game. Off the court, he was a mentor and a coach, always eager to share his knowledge and encourage the younger generation.

A true outdoorsman, Troy found joy in a day on the lake with his friends and family. Many will recall the hours spent by his side, casting lines and swapping stories as the sun set over the water. His patience and persistence, hallmarks of a great fisherman, were equally evident in every area of his life, from his personal endeavors to his professional achievements.

Above all, Troy was a family man and Christian. His devotion Christ and to his loved ones was undeniable. He was a pillar of strength, always there to support and uplift his family through every challenge and celebration. His untimely departure has left a void that is deeply felt by those he loved the most.

As we mourn the loss of such a vibrant individual, we also celebrate the life Troy lived. His laughter, enthusiasm, and genuine love for life were contagious, and he made our lives a better place. Though he may be gone, his legacy will continue to inspire and influence us all.

Troy Moran will be deeply missed but forever remembered by his friends, family, and all who had the pleasure of knowing him. As we look to the fields and courts where he once played, let us remember to live fully, love deeply, and laugh often, just as Troy did. I will miss you dearly my friend, there will never be another like you, and I am a better person for having known you.

Service and Donation Information

Services will be held at Shelby Road Baptist Church, located at 4066 W. Shelby Road in Shelby. Visitation will begin at 3 p.m. on Thursday, and Moran’s funeral will begin at 4 p.m.

The Moran family has asked that any memorial contributions be made to Mr. Moran’s Ride for Pride Program. For more information about how to donate to Moran’s Ride for Pride Program, contact Hart High School by calling 231-873-0586.

An online fundraiser has been created to help support Moran’s daughters:

Brent is the Managing Partner of CatchMark and has been a technologist for more than 15 years. During that time he has served in diverse leadership roles. At his core, Brent is a problem solver who chose technology because of the diverse and challenging problems it provides. He is currently a Certified Information Systems Security Professional with an emphasis in Cyber Security.

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