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CELEBRATING THE LIFE OF

Audrey Moses

SUNRISE: April 8, 1945 - SUNSET: January 31, 2014

CelebrationCeremony

FEBRUARY 12, 2014 11:00AM
St. Peter A.O.H. Church

1478 East 92nd Street, Los Angeles, CA 90002

Officiant: Arjean Moses
Processional...................................................................................Clergy & Family
Prayer & Scripture Reading....................................................Pastor Lovely Haynes

St. Mark’s Baptist Church, Los Angeles, CA
Musical Selection ............... “I’m Going Up Yonder”.............By Tramaine Hawkins
Acknowledgments/Resolutions..............................................................Rose Moses
Obituary Reading......................................................................................... Family
Expressions................................................................................................... Family
Remarks ................................... 2 minutes please .........................Family & Friends
Musical Selection .......................“Jesus is Love” .....................By the Commodores
Eulogy................................................................................................ Arjean Moses
Parting View
Recessional

Interment

RH C
W , CA

Repast
BA
LA , CA

The Life & Legacy of

AUDREY MOSES

Audrey Moses was born April 8th, 1945 in Angie, Louisiana to her parents Ardean Footes

and Null Nichols. As a young girl in 1959 she moved to Los Angeles, CA with her rst born son
Donald and later on had 5 more children. She resided in Los Angeles for the remainder of her life.

She attended Je erson High School’s night classes to obtain her G.E.D. She went on to work for

the Los Angeles Uni ed School District in the administration department. In 1986, she worked
for Macy’s Department Store where she retired from after working there for 31 years.

Audrey became a member of Shiloh Missionary B.C in Los Angeles, CA. Later on she relocated

to First Missionary B.C where she and her children worshiped for many years. Audrey enjoyed her
life as she wanted to. For rest and relaxation she often traveled to resorts and casinos for enjoyment.
She was very gifted in her talents. Audrey’s ability for sewing and crafting was exceptional, a trade
inherited from her mother. She was a genius at trivia, word searches and crossword puzzles.

Audrey gave birth to 6 children, 4 sons and 2 daughters: Donald, Michael, Steven, Kenneth,

Deborah, and Angela. Some of them have gone on to marry, have children or move on to other
states. Deborah Moses currently resides in Oregon. 2 of her sons proceed her in death: Steven
Cotton and Kenneth Andrews Doxie.

Audrey leaves behind to mourn her, her children, and 4 siblings, Minnie Stacks (Piggett) and

Melvin Moses who proceeded her in death, Arjean Moses, twin brother and his wife Rose, baby
sister Frances Anthony (Footes) and her late husband John Frances. Grandchildren: Tamori K.
Cotton, Mykeal G. Cotton, Aleisha K. Doxie, Pa’Cjon Smith, Jayde Smith, Steven Cotton Jr., Erik
Cotton. Great Grandchildren: Avani Prado, Alani Marshall, and Layla Lucita Cotton. Nieces and
Nephews: Cynthia L. White, Reginald Lovette, Christina M. Lincoln, and Danyale M. Nobles
(Baker).

Special People To Acknowledge: Anthony Tee Smith (Son-in-Law), Deborah Cotton (Daughter-

in-Law), Larry and the Young Family, Vessie Simmons (deceased) and her daughters Lolly and
Peppie and all other relatives and friends that she loved.

Audrey was a loving mother, sister, grandmother, and friend to all that knew her. She loved

everyone in her own special way. ose who were privileged to be close with her in her nal days
can take away a sense of love and freedom that will last forever in our hearts.

Active
Pallbearers

Larry Young
Leonard Young

Keno Poque
Jerry Bullard
Leon Andrews
Kenneth King
Timothy Gay

Peter Maxie

Honorary
Pallbearers

Donald R. Nichols
Michael A. Cotton

Steven Cotton
Kenneth A. Doxie
Anthony T. Smith

Mother

To one who bears the sweetest name and adds a luster to the same,
who shares my joys who cheers when sad, the greatest friend I ever
had long life to her, for there's no other can take the place of my dear

Mother

Acknowledgements

e Family is deeply appreciative and grateful for the many acts of thoughtfulness
extended to us at this time. Your prayers, telephone calls, visits, cards, owers and plants

were comforting and strengthening to us and will be in the days ahead. ank You!

Service Entrusted To:

Exquisite Family Mortuary

2617 West Manchester Boulevard, Inglewood, CA 90305
www.exquisitefamilymortuary.com
323.753.0788

You were Special to us
A woman never too busy to talk or listen.
A woman always nding the time to share
and lend a helping hand.
A woman who touched so many lives,
and now we can imagine how much a rich
and peaceful life it must have been.
You were one of those special kind of people
that was well respected, beautiful and well loved.
at is why you were so very special to us
Audrey Moses

INSERT PAGEBecause You Were God’s Chosen Woman.
~ e Family~

Mom I love you and I always will.
Love,
Your Son, Donald

It was a privilege for me far greater than I could ever put into words the beautiful
and loving moments I shared with my mother in the last minutes of her life. As I
saw her life fade away, there was more said at that moment than ever in a lifetime
could be said between a mother and daughter. I love you and I know neither one of
us wanted to be the rst to say goodbye.
Love,
Your Daughter, Angela

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

On behalf of the our entire family, we thank each and every person
who has supported, prayed, dropped by to spend some time, brought
over food and simply picked up a phone and checked in on us. All of

you have showed us that the Patriarch of our family is truly loved.
For what the devil meant for evil, God turned it around and made it

Good!! To our Almighty and Sovereign God be all the Glory.
We thank Unity Christian Fellowship, Faithful Central Bible Church
and Blessings to Final Legacy Family Funeral Parlor for being there

for our family and Loved one.
The Family

ACTIVE HONORARY
PALLBEARERS PALLBEARERS

Billy Gladney Ricky Harville
Gregory Gladney Shasta Harville
Tony Brown Jr.
Poo Harville Tony Brown lll
Aaron Holland Donavyn Farmer
Rudy Abernathy

Sam Greene

FINAL LEGACY FAMILY FUNERAL PARLOR FD-2173
1900 East Artesia Boulevard
Long Beach, California 90805

www.finallegacyfamilyfuneralparlor.com
800.634.8809


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