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David H. Moran

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David Holt Moran

David Holt Moran, 82, of Kilmarnock, formerly of Fauquier County, died Thursday, June 4, 2009.

He graduated from the University of California at Berkeley where he received a BS degree in industrial/mechanical engineering and did graduate work in physics. He was a U.S. Army-Air Corps veteran of World War II. 

Early in his career, he served as director of Management Systems Control, Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense (Comptroller). Mr. Moran also had extensive experience in manufacturing, research and development, nuclear laboratories and management consulting with Alcoa, Aerojet, Livermore Radiation Laboratory and Arthur Young Company. 

In 1972 he joined the General Accounting Office as acting associate director in the Procurement and Systems Acquisition Division. From 1981 through 1993, Mr. Moran was a senior project manager and regional director with the Nuclear Regulatory Commission. 

Mr. Moran was a charter member of the American Institute of Industrial Engineers, Los Angeles, Cal., Chapter, and a past delegate to the District of Columbia Council of Engineering and Architectural Societies. 

He was a licensed pilot, avid sailor and golfer, and great lover of classical music.

Surviving are a son and daughter-in-law, David A. and Joy E. Moran of Deltaville; a daughter and son-in-law, Mary E. and William A. Wotherspoon of Burke; two grandchildren, David T. Moran and wife Kelly of Stephens City, and Emily Moran Sohr and husband Keith of Charlottesville; three step-great-grandchildren, Gregory M. Addison and wife Kathleen of Manassas, Scott Robert Addison and wife Lorrie of Stafford, and Vicki Lyn Ghear and husband Kyle of Fredericksburg; seven step-grandchildren; a brother, James Moran of Los Angeles, Cal.; and a sister, Mary Simons of La Jolla, Cal.

Memorial services will be announced later. 

Memorials may be made to a charity of choice.

posted 06.08.2009

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