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Lorna Moreno

06/19/1936 - 07/13/2020













Lorna Iris Moreno (84), of Mesa Arizona, passed away on July 13, 2020.  She was the daughter of Matthew Alexander and Sophia (Shusterman) Ashe and was preceded in death by her husband Paul Alejo Moreno (2015).

She is survived by her sister Ruth Berg and brother Edward (Nancy) Ashe; children from a previous marriage – Judy (Les) Turner, Amelia (Daniel) Loveland-Flora, and a son; grandchildren – Jason (Lydia) Turner and Joshua Turner; great grandchildren – Joel and Seth Turner (Jason and Lydia); and children, grandchildren, and great grandchildren from the Moreno family.

Lorna was born in Philadelphia, PA, graduated from Olney High School in Philadelphia, earned her Associates in Arts at Mohave Community College in Lake Havasu City, Bachelor of Arts in Education and Master of Education from Arizona State University, Mesa.  She retired after teaching Art & Reading for many years in Mesa, AZ.

Lorna was a life-long learner.  After retiring, she continued to engage her creative spirit in anything art related.  She loved doing arts & crafts, teaching art classes to other retirees, participating in poetry, writing memoirs, collecting stamps, and so much more.  She was an avid reader and loved to travel.  She also enjoyed spending time with friends and family.

We ask that you remember Lorna as she lived – celebrating with family and friends:  telling stories, laughing, and enjoying your favorite food and drink.  She will be missed by all who loved her.

Due to the COVID virus, there will be no funeral service.

In lieu of flowers, the family requests that you make a donation to:

Sonoran Arts League – Scholarship Fund for Students.



  • As a member of Grace Home Healthcare, I would like to share our condolences to all of Lorenas family. No words can assuage a loss so dear but we know she touched so many hearts!
    Sincerely John

  • I extend my deepest love and blessings to the family. I am Dan Flora’s ex-wife and had the pleasure of meeting Lorna. Amelia is obviously a reflection of this lovely woman who I know will be missed by so many people whose lives she touched.

  • I did not know Lorna had passed and today we went to see how she decorated her house for Christmas like she always did and it didn’t look like she lived there anymore! I checked to see where she was and saw that she had passed away. So sorry and so sad because she was a beautiful and loving friend!! My condolences to all her family! May she RIP !!!

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