Obituary of Allan B. Moruzzi
March 8, 1953 – January 11, 2023
Allan Bruno Moruzzi. Age 69 of Brownstown, MI
Dear brother of Sandra Moruzzi; Dennis, Vernon and Michael (Lisa) Thompson. Also survived by many cousins, nieces and nephews. Preceded in death by his loving parents Bruno Moruzzi and Anita Moruzzi Thompson (nee Galletti).
Allan was born in Trenton, Michigan. He graduated from Trenton High School. One of his first jobs was at American Sunroof in Southgate. A few years later he worked at Huron Estates in Huron Township, then was promoted to manager at Country Meadows Manufactured Homes in Flat Rock. Allan took great pride in his responsibilities and enjoyed coordinating events for the community. He worked hard, was well liked and always available to help the folks in the community, which led to him receiving several awards. In later years Allan took on a new venture, moving up north to manage Sunny Woods Resort and Platte River Campgrounds in Beulah. After a few years he moved back to the downriver area and became a proud homeowner. His backyard was a peaceful refuge where he enjoyed feeding the wildlife, cutting wood for his fire pit and helping neighbors. Allan loved to cook, he was a skilled chef, always preparing big spreads of food (Italian cuisine) for family, friends, coworkers, church and the community – we always hoped that he would open his own restaurant. Allan had a big heart, was generous, loved to give a helping hand to anyone in need, a jack of all trades - that was “Big Al”. Dearly loved and deeply missed. God’s blessings Allan, be at peace in heaven with Mom and Dad, family and friends...until we meet again. Forever in our hearts.
In lieu of flowers, memorial donations are appreciated to Michigan Humane.
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