Pierre Charles Moresi, 84, passed away January 6, 2022 at Sante Rehab of Mesa with Hospice Care. He went peacefully in his sleep. Pierre was born in New York City on December 20, 1937. When he was 7 years old, his parents Catherine and Pietro Moresi moved to southern California and lived in Venice and Beverly Hills. Eventually they moved to San Francisco. He was always very athletic and loved playing baseball, but his real passion was tennis. He graduated from Galileo High School and then took accounting courses in San Francisco City College. he then went on to pursue a career in banking. He started at Bank of America as a vault teller and met Tina, who also worked there as a secretary. They began dating and in November 1, 1959 got married. Pierre then went to work at Wells Fargo as a Bank Examiner/ Vice President. They started a family in 1961. They had 4 children and moved to Fremont, California in 1964 to 1977 and then moved to Burlingame in 1977. After 35 years with Wells Fargo they decided to take early retirement. At that time Tina was a paralegal. They moved to Sun Lakes, AZ. They both enjoyed the weather and life style and made many new friends. His real passion of tennis finally took priority and he along with Don Neu, who passed earlier, gave free tennis lessons for over 20 years. He found real joy in turning a person who never played tennis into a tournament player. He was a great teacher and and avid player. he was hard to beat on the courts. He was well liked by everyone and his students really appreciated him. He was a great teacher. He is survived by his wife Tina of 62 years, his children Denise, Michael, Lisa and Paul and six grandchildren Anthony, Nicolas, Gianna, Ashleigh, Brandon, and Kayla. He just became a great grandfather to baby Ella who was born in Germany where her father is stationed in the air force. He had plans to meet her in person but there wasn’t time. He enjoyed seeing pictures of her. He also has a brother Steven Moresi. He will forever be loved and missed by everyone who knew him. No memorial is planned due to COVID and also his wishes.