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“Bridget was one of our"beautiful" classmates. The Irish twinkle in her eye lit up a room. Anyone who laughed at my jokes became a friend and she did...Read More »
1 of 6 | Posted by: Gerry Koprowski - Friend

“I graduated from Beaumont with Bridget. She was such a doll! Not only was she beautiful, she was artsy and smart. She liven up our days at Beaumont.I...Read More »
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“You will all be in my prayers. ”
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3rd grade “My sincere condolences to the Slattery and Moreno families. Sad to say I have not seen Bridget since our days at St. Ann. I have fond memories of...Read More »
4 of 6 | Posted by: Henry Arthur Harff - OH

“I haven't seen Bridget recently enough to have called her Bridget (I was a college kid when we met) but my memories of Mrs Moreno - strong, smart,...Read More »
5 of 6 | Posted by: Susan Wohleking - New York, NY

“I have one of Bridget's beautiful flower watercolor paintings. Melanie gave it to me in 1993. It is one of my very favorite pieces of art. It is...Read More »
6 of 6 | Posted by: vicki anderson - scottdale, AZ

Bridget Mary Moreno, loving mother, grandmother, and spouse, passed away peacefully on June 24, 2019 at home after a long illness, where she has lived the past twenty seven years. Bridget was born in Cleveland Heights, OH to Jane and John Slattery on November 7, 1941. Bridget met her devoted husband, David J. Moreno and was married in Chagrin Falls, Ohio on May 21, 1966. Bridget graduated from Beaumont School for Women in 1959, and then graduating from Ursuline College, Cleveland, Ohio in 1963 with a bachelor's degree in English and Fine Arts. An accomplished artist, Bridget's motto was not to spend your energy on things that generate worry, anxiety, and anguish; only on things that lift up your spirits and to love God faithfully. Bridget's paintings were a true spiritual experience and considered that God has placed all of this beauty on earth to enjoy. She was truly gifted, not only in the world of art, but how to enjoy life in its fullest. Her husband, David, believed that God took her away too soon; only allowing only fifty three years of a wonderful marriage. Her companionship, love, smile, energy, and devotion to David will be missed immensely. Bridget and David had two children, David C. (Melanie) Moreno of Cincinnati, OH and Mary Moreno (John) Walsh of Cincinnati, OH. Bridget was blessed with these two children and her seven grandchildren, Joe, Annie, and Megan Moreno, and Katie, Jack, Michael, and Charlie Walsh of Cincinnati, OH. Mass of Christian Burial 10:00 am Friday, June 28, 2019 at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic Church with calling one hour prior to the Mass. Burial in Lindenwood Cemetery, Fort Wayne, IN. To sign the online guestbook please visit,