Councilmember Fairclough-Staggers honors community member with posthumous award

Homestead Councilmember Patricia Fairclough-Staggers paid tribute to the late Bonnie King Moran for her exceptional dedication and unwavering commitment to the community of Homestead by presenting a token of recognition to her family during the June Council Meeting.

The presentation was accompanied by a moving a harmonica performance of Amazing Grace by Mrs. Moran’s friend Gunther Karger.

Bonnie King Moran, who moved to Homestead in 1982, immediately embraced her new home and immersed herself in various community initiatives. Whether it was capturing precious moments at local events through her photography or donning themed costumes to support worthy causes, Moran consistently demonstrated her love for Homestead and her determination to make it a better place for all.

Over the years, Moran volunteered tirelessly with local organizations such as Homestead Main Street, Seminole Theatre, Chapman Partnership, and the Miss Homestead USA Pageant, among countless others. Her involvement spanned diverse causes, reflecting her deep commitment to improving the lives of her fellow community members.

As a native of Homestead, Councilmember Fairclough-Staggers recognizes the vital role played by individuals who actively support and uplift local organizations. It is in this spirit of appreciation and gratitude that she sought to honor Mrs. Moran’s legacy.




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