Mrs. Moreno eventually became director of adult mental health services there in the 1970s, her daughter said.
In 1973, J. B. Lippincott published The Practice of Mental Health Nursing: A Community Approach, which Mrs. Moreno cowrote with Arthur J. Morgan.
Mrs. Moreno became deputy director at Intercommunity Action Inc., where, her daughter said, "she was responsible for all clinical mental health and retardation activities."
After working as director of nursing at Fairmount Institute in the late 1980s, said her daughter, Mrs. Moreno joined the former Johnson & Higgins, the insurance services and employee benefit consulting firm, from which she retired as executive vice president in the risk management division.
Besides conducting at times a private practice in psychotherapy and counseling, her daughter said, Mrs. Moreno was a longtime consultant to what is now the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Health Care Organizations.
She was a board member of Seabrook (N.J.) House, a drug treatment and rehabilitation clinic.
Besides daughter Susan, Mrs. Moreno is survived by daughters Jamie Romani and Molly Seiler; two sisters; seven grandchildren; and her companion, Janet Campbell-Taylor. She is also survived by her former husband, Vito Moreno.
A memorial service was set for 11 a.m. Saturday, Aug. 3, at Kain-Murphy Funeral Services, 15 West End Ave., Haddonfield 08033.
Donations may be made to the South Jersey chapter of the Alzheimer's Association, Suite 310, Three Eves Dr., Marlton, N.J. 08053.
Condolences may be offered to the family at www.kainmurphy.com.
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