In Memory of Our Friend Moe

August 4, 2020

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Morrison F. Lewis, Jr., “Moe” was a fixture here at QR for many years. He was a good soul who lived his life for his family and his community. We miss you, Moe.

Hello and welcome to Legal Tip Tuesday, a service of QuatriniRafferty, the law firm. I’m Vince Quatrini and today I’d like to have a special legal tip for you about a special individual Morrison Lewis practiced law for more than 50 years. Many of those years was with our firm at QuatriniRafferty. Moe was an individual who practiced protecting others his entire legal career. Everything from being an assistant district attorney and protecting the community at large, to representing individuals for social security disability protecting the individual. He was also a wonderful family person. Protecting family from wife to children to grandchildren and his wife, Rosie was a special gleam in his eye. If you ask any of the colleagues of the Westmoreland Bar Association about Morrison Lewis, they’ll have several words to represent him. Congenial, helpful to young attorneys, very empathetic, and again someone who thought about protecting others all of the time. Toward the end of his career, Moe then began to do pro bono work, free work, for the court by doing Guardian ad Litem proceedings. What is that? court by doing Guardian ad Litem proceedings. What is that? who is caught up in the legal system involving a dispute between their parents or being placed in foster care and there was Moe, trudging up to the courthouse on his own time, acting in the capacity of Guardian ad Litem. So, Moe passed last week. At the ripe age of 83, he left a lot of love behind him and a lot of wonderful memories for both family and colleagues. And so, Moe, thank you for all that you’ve done for the community of Westmoreland County. May you rest in peace, my friend.