Tony David Moran, 58, of Wolf Point died at Billings Clinic on May 31, 2022.
He was born Dec. 14, 1963, to Agnes and Gary Moran in Wolf Point. He graduated from Wolf Point High School in 1982. He excelled in football, wrestling and track and field, earning all-conference in football and placing second in state wrestling. During his high school years, thanks to his father, he was known for having the coolest vehicles and cruising “four lanes” with all his buddies. He and his father had a very close bond, always working on cars together and having disagreements when it came to fixing them.
After graduation, he traveled to Texas to custom combine with Scott Corne and the late Mike Long. He also worked at Arlo’s Bar where he met Jackie, whom he married Sept. 3, 1988. During their first 18 years of marriage, they went on to not only have their own children but were foster parents to many other children. Many continue to call them Mom and Dad.
Throughout the years, he was employed at A& S Industries, Looking Eagle Manufacturing and the Tribal JDC Center in Poplar. He was the manager for Lucky Lil’s Casino. He assisted in the establishment of the casinos in Wolf Point, Sidney and Forsyth, where he was recognized as the “Manager of the Year” numerous times. At the time of his death, he was employed at Chief Redstone Indian Health Center where he was the security officer, but also enjoyed giving a helping hand in the other departments.
He loved to spend time with his family and enjoyed watching his children and grandchildren play sports. He loved spending time outdoors fishing, camping and