Armand L. Morales

Armand L. Morales

June 09, 1941 - November 14, 2011

Armand L. Morales

June 09, 1941 - November 14, 2011


Armand died Monday, November 14, 2011.

Armand was born June 9, 1941 in Manhattan, New York to Anibal and Elvira Morales. Armand was always curious and showed an interest in learning everything about any topic. He excelled in school. He joined the United States Air Force upon graduation from high school. He received an honorable discharge in 1962. At that time, he began a successful thirty year career in retail management.

Armand moved to his beloved Mission Viejo, California in 1980. You could always find him strolling along the beach. He especially enjoyed the Laguna Beach boardwalk and the Montage resort area.

Armand was a devoted father, loving husband, and loyal friend. Those who knew Armand were inspired by his smile, charisma, and joyful approach to life.

Armand is survived by his sister, Louise Vasquez and brother, Andrew Morales; his wife, Linda Morales; his three children, Armand L. Morales, Jr., Alan S. Morales, Alicia M. Brown, and their spouses; and his five grandchildren.

Scattering at Sea Ceremony will take place on Saturday, November 19, 2011 at 3:00pm on board the White Light, Lido Village Marina, Newport Beach, CA. For more information and directions, please visit their website at

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1 responses to Armand L. Morales

  1. Dear Alicia:

    I stopped by AAA the other day and talked to Linda. I had no idea that your Dad had passed away and I wanted to say how sorry I am for your loss. I realize we haven’t been in touch for many years since I moved to RSM, yet I do have fond memories of the times we were all together. I wanted to thank you all for finding the box of my grandfather’s photographs and Roger bringing them to me. That meant the world to me. I lost my Dad in July of 2009 and I am still missing him. He and your Dad always had a special bond and I will always remember that. I will keep all of you in my prayers.

    With deepest sympathy,


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