Erin Moran Shaw

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Erin Moran Shaw, 38, of McQueeney, passed away on Tuesday, February 9, 2016 in Houston. Born on April 24, 1977 in Houston, she was the daughter of John M. Moran, Jr. and Terri McGarr Moran. In addition to her parents, Erin is survived by her husband, Travis Shaw; son, Kelly Greer Shaw and daughter, Sunny Anne Shaw, and by her two brothers, John Moran, III and Trenton Moran. A memorial service will be held at 2:00 pm on Friday, February 19, 2016 at First Protestant Church of New Braunfels. In lieu of flowers, the family asks that donations be made in Erin's honor to Clays for Cara, or to St. Jude Children's Hospital,

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  1. To the Shaw and Moran family my deepest condolences to you Travis you have always been a great friend you’ve been the one that’s held a lot of our friends together during ruff times you have always said what was on your mind and always keep your humor in the most trying times you’ve become a great man in my eyes Travis a roll model Erin and her amazing smile will be greatly missed we love you and pray for you and your family

  2. No words can express our feelings for your great loss. Thoughts and prayers are with you, the children, and the entire family and your many friends.

  3. Travis – I’m so sorry. Word got to me this morning in Denver and my heart sank. I have such great memories of Erin from Lubbock and later with you guys at the lake. It’s unfathomable to lose the love of your life but although she’s passed from this earth she’ll live on in the hearts of everyone she touched. God bless you and your family.

  4. Travis – We’re so sorry for your loss. I know you are grieving, and can only imagine how much you miss Erin, but please know and try to find comfort that she is no longer in pain and is now watching over you, Kelly and Sunny from a better place. Julie and I will continue to pray for you, your family and The Moran’s. God bless, and much love.

  5. Travis, we are so sorry for your loss. We know words will not heal you but know that you are in our thoughts, hearts and prayers. My the Lord give you sweet memories to lessen your burden at this time of sorrow. We love you and God Bless you and family.

  6. Dearest Travis… so sorry for the loss of your beautiful and loving wife. I never knew her, but Kevin has told me about her wonderful qualities; especially, that of a loving person, wife and mother. She is with you in spirit. I believe that so strongly. Love never dies and you will be together, in the afterlife. She struggled for a long time and she is now at peace with our maker and will always be a part of you through your beautiful children. Travis, you have always held a special place in my heart for you and I have such fond memories of your fun and loving ways and how you always made me (and others) feel, whenever you were around us. Knowing you, you will laugh and smile once again, as Erin would want you to, as you remember the loving and special moments that you shared with her and your children. Be happy and appreciative that you shared those wonderful times with her, and let God do the rest. I leave you by reminding you of how special you are and what a fun and loving spirit you are. That, in itself, will get you through this difficult time. Love and prayers, Josephine Cordova

  7. Words cannot express my sorrow at the loss of your beloved Erin. May God give you comfort, strength and understanding during these difficult times. In Christ’s Love,

  8. Dear Moran and Shaw family, My deepest sympathy on the loss of Erin. May God surround all of you with His comfort and peace. You are in our thoughts and prayers.

  9. Travis, I am so sorry to hear about Erin’s passing. I had a telephone conversation with you as a result of a referral by Carola Davis. My wife, too, has brain cancer. She is almost 12 months post surgery and hanging in there. My best to you and your children. Erin rests in peace. – Robin Teague, San Antonio

  10. Travis, we met in a waiting room in Md Anderson. My dad was battling lung cancer and our families talked of God and family. Prayers to your family. Dad went home In May. I will pray for y’all as you raise your children

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