07/19/16 - It is my understanding Moises died today of complications from a motorcycle he was recently invlovled in.
He was a true gentleman with a kind heart and will be missed by all who knew him. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family.
Pat Drogan (Maurer (Class Advisor))
I remember Moises best for his love of his family and sincerity to his friendships. He lived life to the fullest. He will be missed.
Deborah Degnan (Herb)
From my brother Kevin Degnan, class of 1981: I'll never forget my childhood days. One day a family moved into 148 St Johns Dr., 4 houses from mine. There were 3 boys, mom and a dad. It was cool, one was my age, one a year older, and one a couple of years younger. We grew up together over the years playing softball in the"field", kick the can, bombing cars with snowballs, eating cherries in their trees, playing in the crashed car in the side yard, getting shot by bb guns, sleep overs, long bike rides to the family's funeral home and walking to school together. The youngest David, the one my age Joey, who later became my best man, and the oldest Moises. Moises was our big brother. He was the only one that could beat on us. He protected us on freshman Friday. He protected us on the corner, he protected us from his friends, he was always there to protect us. As we grew older we all got married, had kids and enjoyed our lives. Well today, our protector leaves us. He leaves us with great memories and a heavy heart. I'm down here in Florida shedding a few tears thinking about Moises and my other two brothers, Joey and David and wish I was there to just hug and cry. I will never forget my childhood days and will never forget our big brother Moises Santiago