July 28, 1938 ~ May 19, 2021

Born in: San Francisco, California
Resided in: Fremont, California

Paul F. Moriconi passed away May 19, 2021 at the age of 82 in Fremont, CA after a very long illness with his family by his side. He was born in San Francisco and grew up in San Bruno, CA.  He was the son of Ann and Vincent Moriconi who preceded him in death. He was a graduate of Capuchino High School, class of 1957 where he was one of the founding members of the Lightening Rods car club. He loved collecting antiques, street rods and numerous other things. You could always find him at swap meets, flea markets, auctions and garage sales looking for something to add to his collections. He considered this his second job.  He also served his country in the Army. The last years of his life were challenging with numerous health issues but he never gave up. He loved his family and friends dearly. He married his wife Louise Julian in Reno on September 2, 1967. Together they had a daughter Melisa Anne and son Paul Vincent. He is also survived by his favorite sister Louise Simpson and brother-in-law Wil Simpson of Reno, Nevada as well as many nieces and nephews including Steve Silva and Shari Thompson. His wishes were to be cremated and scattered at Princeton by the sea.  No service will be held per his wishes.

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  1. CandleMy condolences to the Family. May loving memories give you comfort. Sincerely, Judy Pearce Deranian

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  2. CandleMy dearest, dearest Louise – feel a super bear hug. I am so sorry for your loss. I wish that I had magic words of comfort. God bless you and cover you with His peace. Always here if you want to talk. Love you friend.

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  3. CandleDear Louise and family, you are in our thoughts and our prayer is for your peace at this time and for all time. Wish we could give you a great big hug and serve up some comfort food, but all we can do is promise to keep you in our heart. You are loved, cousin.

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  4. CandlePrayers to the entire family, Paul, is always with you and will be missed very much by all. But his spirit is bigger then all of us and will watch over you all until we all meet again in the lords house. I send you love and hugs.

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  5. CandleHey Louise, So sorry to hear about the passing of Paul. Sending prayers to you and Family.
    BOBBY & TAM ~!~

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  6. CandleDear Louise, the next time I visit the harbor, looking out at the sea, I’ll be searching for Paul. He loved talking about the Coastside. I know he will be at peace. Fondly, Carol

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  7. CandleLouise, we love you, you’re in our thoughts. We are sending our love and prayers.

    Please call us a Toni’s atyour earliest opportunity.

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  8. CandleWe love you. Paul will be missed by many he has touched over the years. Proud to have known him and had the privilege to personally thank him for his services as a veteran.

    Love and prayers for you and your family.

    Scott & Toni Marie Preuss
    Chuck & Joy Marak

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