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Marvin Moelis
General Information
Full Name: Marvin Moelis
Date of Birth: May 27, 1935
Date of Death: April 12, 2020
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Oceanside Jewish Center Library
Ida & Isidore Schnissel Fund in Honor of Marvin Moelis
2860 Brower Avenue
Oceanside, New York 11572
(516) 536-6112

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Life Story

Moelis, Marvin of Oceanside passed away on April 12th after suffering a heart attack at the age of 84. Marvin was born in Brooklyn, NY where he met the love of his life, his wife of 62 years, Marilyn. Marvin was a true family man, the devoted father of Sheryl and Gary and the adored grandfather of Traci, Jason, Josh and Jamie. He is also survived by his loving brothers Herb and Jay. Marvin had a career he was truly passionate about as a Financial Advisor at Morgan Stanley where he recently celebrated his 60th anniversary with the company. He was an avid baseball fan, rooting for the Brooklyn Dodgers and then the NY Mets. He was also the president of the Oceanside Little League where he helped start the girl's little league and coached baseball for 25 years. Marvin was a man of many interests, a member of the masons, skilled piano player and also greatly enjoyed the beach and walking the boardwalk. He will always be remembered for his warmth, contagious smile and bringing laughter to others.

2 responses to “Marvin Moelis

  1. Fred Roth says:

    Judy and myself offer our sincerest condolences. Marvin and Judys dad
    Had a professional relationship for over fifty years. I will miss my phone calls to Marvin talking about cruises and Atlantic Beach and sometimes stocks.
    Our warmest regards to the family

  2. howard gage says:

    Although I was not formally his client at Morgan Stanley, I never passed up an opportunity to speak with Marvin whenever I visited the office. We shared our roots in East Flartbush but beyond that, I was his Yiddish expert. He often had a word or phrase which I helped him translate. He always had a pleasant demeanor and a smile on his face. No doubt, he will
    be missed by his colleagues and friends.

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Service Information
Date: Sunday April 19, 2020
Time:
Officiating: Rabbi Howard Diamond
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