Marion Moquin Haro
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1946 - 2020
Marion Haro made her journey home to Jesus on Monday, May 25th, 2020. She was born on September 20th, 1946 in Mobile, Alabama to Clarence Gerald Moquin and Edna Isadora Moquin.
Marion graduated from Murphy High School, met and married Robert Alan Haro then moved to Pensacola, Florida in 1963. Together they had 3 daughters: Tammy, Tonya and Teresa (Terry).
Marion worked at Bellview Transmission Service for over 20 years then went to work with Escambia County School District Transportation Department. She enjoyed working as an aide on the school buses until she retired in 2013.
Marion was reunited in Heaven with her parents, Jerry and Doris Moquin. Grandparents, John and Virginia Gamundi. Grandson, Kyle Cameron Harrison. Nephew Anthony (Tony) Vise.
Marion leaves to cherish her life and memory by her daughters, Tammy (David) Munselle, Tonya Harrison, Terry Kelly (Kenny Rohde, Jr). Her grandchildren, Micki Munselle, Mysti Munselle (Roosevelt Pearson), Mandi (Jenny) Rogan, Thomas Kelly, II (Dani Walters), Kenny (Meghan) Harrison, Shannon (Chris) McLaurin, Michael Kelly (Kailyn Guidry), Katherine Harrison. Great-Grandchildren: Drayce Munselle, Christopher McLaurin, Kalani Pearson, Brycen McLaurin, Ayden McLaurin, Jasper Kelly. Sister, Edna Vise. Nephew Jerry Vise, Niece Nancy Nelson and a host of other cousins, nieces, and nephews.
The celebration of life service will be on Saturday, June 13, 2020, at Trahan Family Funeral Home with the visitation beginning at 10:30 am, and the service to immediately follow at 12:00 pm.
A special thank you to her loving extended family that comprised of all her doctors, nurses, Pharmacists, caregivers, and special friends who cared for Marion during this past year and a half. Dr. Simon Zeichner, Nurses Ronni Renfrow and Michael Munson. Haleigh Hemond, Karen Drummond, Elliot Boswell, Justin LeFrance, Rhonda Ramey, Matthew Stucki and Tony (Michael) Parrish. Thank you all for loving and caring for our Mom! You all were her angels on earth and we will never forget how much you enriched her life during this time.