Obituary of George T. Moynahan
George T. Moynahan, 76, of Stamford, passed away on Saturday, September 25, 2021 at Albany Medical Center.
Born on December 29, 1944 in Elmhurst, NY, George was the son of the late George L. and Ethel M. (Cavanagh) Moynahan.
George was legally blind from a young age and used his intelligence to persevere over his disabilities. George earned a masters degree from Adelphi University and worked for over 37 years for the New York State Department of Labor, retiring with 37 years of service as a Senior Labor Analyst in Patchogue, NY. George retired to the Stamford area.
He was described as an “Old Hippie” and attended the original Woodstock, traveled to Morocco and Spain and was fluent in Spanish. George also enjoyed taking his daughter when she was young to Disneyland by themselves despite his disability. He loved the Rolling Stones and was a New York Mets baseball fan. George also enjoyed his puppy: Pugsley.
He is survived by his longtime companion and caretaker: Mary K. Moynahan of Stamford, NY; daughter: Jennifer Moynahan of East Patchogue, NY ; sister: Lynn Quattrini of Nassau, NY; nieces: Lori (Brian) Nolan and Kelly Quattrini both of East Greenbush, NY; nephew: Doug Quattirini of Philadelphia, PA; four grandnephews; step-son: Christopher (Jillian) Golden of Azle, TX; step-daughter: Rachel (Nick Fontanet) Betancourt of Selkirk, NY; step-grandchildren: Arianna and Jorge Betancourt of Selkirk, NY; cousin: Marty (Suzie) McNiff-Windemuth of Manhattan, NY; as well as several other cousins.
At Georges request there will be no calling hours or funeral services at this time.
Please visit www.macarthurfh.com to share a condolence with George’s family.