Oscar Ico Moreno

Aug 29, 1952 - Jul 26, 2020

East Lawn Elk Grove Memorial Park
9189 East Stockton Blvd.
Elk Grove , CA, 95624


For the celebration of the life of Oscar Ico Moreno August 1952 – July 2020

On July 26th, 2020, Oscar Ico Moreno of Elk Grove, age 67 passed away peacefully surrounded by his family while camping at Lake Panguitch, Utah.
He was born in Pasig, Philippines on August 29th to late Gorgonio and Virginia Moreno. Immigrating from the Philippines in junior high and finished his schooling in San Francisco. Served in the Armed Forces 2 years in the US Navy and 4 years in the US Air Force
· Married to Annie Garcia Moreno in July 1972. Where they were happily married for 48 years. He raised 4 Children and has 8 grandchildren

He was associated in several clubs that include Biyak 27 Malakas Na Tao CB and Hercules Ham radio club and was a ham radio teacher at Ohlone Elementary. ABT bowling tournaments and is a multiple bowling champion, he loved fishing and camping, singing karaoke, dancing and played several team sports in his youth
Oscar was loved and respected by everyone who knew him. He was the life of the party and a jokester who loved to make people laugh. Oscar loved music like no other and shared that love by making mixtapes/CD’s for family members and friends, entertaining us with his karaoke vocal stylistics, he was also one heck of a dancer. His passion for Bay Area sports are equal to his passion for music, Oscar’s fandoms for the 49ers, SF Giants, and Warriors are the reason why us Moreno’s are so overzealous about our sports teams. His greatest passion was being a loving and proud husband, father, friend and the best Papa ever to his grandchildren.

Oscar is survived by his beloved wife Annie Garcia Moreno; his four children Frederick (Rhodalyn), Oscar Jr., Jeffery (Laurie) and Theresa (John); eight grandchildren, Liana, Jada, Lahela, Angelo, Andrew, Jordan, Trinity and Kalani; siblings – Emer and Elizabeth; and many cousins, in-laws, nieces and nephews, and friends. He was preceded in death by his parents Gorgonio and Virginia Moreno.

In celebration of his life the family is asking that the guest wear 49er gear on Wednesday, August 5.


  • Rodelyn Coppock says:

    I always loved Oscar’s fun sense of humor. Prayers for Auntie Annie and family. RIP, Oscar!!

  • Jada says:

    I love you papa. Rest in paradise ❤️

  • Erick Moreno says:

    We love you, Papa.
    Thank you for all the love , life lessons and unforgettable momories.
    You will forever live is our hearts.
    We love you❤️

  • Evelyn (Bebot) Santos Marcant says:

    My funny, loving cuzin. Yes, I’m your favorite girl cuzin. I’m going to miss your jokes. You will not loko loko me on FB anymore! You were my dance instructor teaching me the new dances in late 69 early 70’s. You light up the room when You walk in with your happy go lucky attitude. I’m going to miss you very much cuzzo! ❤️💔U.

  • Jennifer Lopez says:

    Rest In Peace Uncle Oscar!Your good spirit and laughs will stay in our memories forever!
    God bless you🙏❤️

  • Michael Gamez says:

    Rest in Power Uncle Oscar. I will continue to be a better husband, brother, cousin, person that you have advised me to be to the people around me. Will be missed but not forgotten.

  • Adora says:

    Rest in peace Uncle! You will not be forgotten. Your laughter, smiles, and jokes will remain with us forever! See you Uncle! Rest easy and keep the jokes going up there! Love you! ❤

  • Ray Atup says:

    Our heart felt sympathy to the Moreno family🙏

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