December 16, 1995 ~ November 23, 2020

Born in: Leitchfield, Kentucky
Resided in: Leitchfield, Kentucky

Johnny “Trey” William Moran III, age 24 of Leitchfield, passed away Monday, November 23rd 2020 in Hart County, Kentucky. He was born December 16th 1995 in Leitchfield, Kentucky, the son of Johnny William Moran Jr. Kimberly Elaine Winchell Moran. He was a graduate of Grayson County High School and worked as a clerk for the United State Postal Service.

He is survived by his parents, Johnny Moran Jr. Kimberly Moran, one sister, Linda Elaine Moran, paternal grandmother, Linda Lou Moran, maternal grandmother, Diane Elaine Harvey, along with several aunts, uncles, and cousins.

Due to the latest mandates from Governor Beshear’s Office, services will be private. If you’d like to leave your condolences to the family, please leave them on our tribute page.

Watson & Hunt Funeral Home is both honored and privileged to be entrusted with the care of Mr. Moran.

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  1. Trey was a wonderful person, I actually attended postal training with him in Louisville back in February. And went through the on the job training in Leitchfield with him. He was super smart and friendly. Rest Easy Trey

  2. Trey was a great friend. We may not have know each other very well but a friend is a friend. Fly high with the rest of the angels Trey! We will definitely see each other again some day! Prayers going out to all Treys family and friends!

  3. I am so sorry for your loss. I drove upon his accident and was second person on scene. It breaks my heart such a young man. I held your sons hand and talked to him as long as they allowed me to. I have been praying for you and your family since I left the scene. He will forever be in my heart!!

    Martha Lynott

  4. May God comfort you in your loss. Trey was a good friend of Amanda’s and spent time at our house.

  5. I am so very sorry for your loss. Trey was such a sweet boy, he was always smiling and spoke everytime I saw him. Many prayers and love for you all.

  6. I went to high school with Trey. We didn’t know each other well, but he was always so kind to everyone. He will be missed.

  7. You was the greatest cousin I have had pleasure to meet. Known you all my life, and never thought I’d see the day where we had to say goodbye. I hope your well, and I’m glad you got to meet my daughter before you before. I love you Trey🤍

  8. I didn’t know Trey for all to long but he was an absolutely amazing sweet person and you couldn’t be prouder of the man he grew to be. I was with him the Saturday before the accident and he showed me around Litchfield and the surrounding area telling me all these stories. I’ll miss him dearly, prayers for Treys family.

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