Baltimore-Themed Shirts for Sale to Benefit the Tim Moriconi Endowment Scholarship Fund

| November 17, 2020 | 0 Comments

The family of Tim Moriconi, who was tragically murdered in Federal Hill in 2018, has launched new shirts, bottle openers, and stickers to raise money for the Tim Moriconi Endowment Scholarship Fund at his alma mater Fishburne Military School in Virginia.

The shirts say Baltimore with ‘TIM’ in bold Maryland flag-themed letters and also give a nod to the Ravens and Orioles. Tim Moriconi was an avid fan of the sports teams and attended most Ravens games with his father Andrew Moriconi.

A car decal with the ‘TIM’ font can be purchased along with a bottle opener featuring an image of Tim Moriconi.

The items are available at

The scholarship fund has raised more than $32,000 to date, boosted in large part by a crab feast fundraiser held on August 23, 2019 which would’ve been Tim Moriconi’s 26th birthday. A second crab feast was planned for 2020, but was cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The family is planning another crab feast in 2021.

The Tim Moriconi Endowment Scholarship Fund awards $2,000 per year to a student seeking financial aid at Fishburne Military School. Andrew Moriconi said he hopes the scholarship lives on for at least 20 years.

A Baltimore man was convicted of first-degree murder of Tim Moriconi and was given a life sentence in March. An accomplice accepted a plea bargain for a 15-year sentence.

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