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Memories are treasures no one can steal. Death is the heartache nothing can heal.
Some may forget you now that you are gone, But we shall remember you no matter how long.
Thomas Moses, the fifth sibling among eight born to the late Deacon David and Priscilla Moses, commenced his life’s journey on April 20, 1947, in Northampton County, North Carolina.
In his early years, Thomas embraced Christianity, becoming a member of Antioch Missionary Baptist Church in Jackson, North Carolina. He received his education within the Northampton County Public School System, attending Jackson Eastside Elementary School and ultimately graduating from Gumberry High School. Remarkably, Thomas began his career as a public school bus driver while still a high school student.
Thomas’s professional trajectory was characterized by resilience and determination. Following graduation, he made the move to Washington, DC, securing positions at Pepco Power Plant, GSI and ultimately the Washington DC Metro Transit, where he served as a bus driver for 38 years before retiring.
As a devoted husband to his late beloved wife, Jean H. Moses, and an exemplary father to his children, Thomas was unwavering in his commitment to providing for his family. Renowned for his strong work ethic, kindness and generosity, he stood as a pillar of strength for his loved ones.
On Monday, November 27, 2023, while under the care of Hampton Manor in Gaston, North Carolina, Thomas peacefully responded to God’s call, transitioning from earthly life to eternal rest. Preceded in death by his parents and wife, he also mourned the loss of a daughter, Candice ‘Candy.’
Fond memories of Thomas will endure in the hearts of: his four children, Rosemary of Jersey City, New Jersey, Rodney of Washington, DC, Kim Renaee of Temple Hills, Maryland and Allen of Clinton, Maryland. His legacy extends to his grandchildren, Davon, Kayla, Janay and Kazmir. Thomas is also lovingly survived by: his sisters, Ester Anderson of Severn, North Carolina, Marie Hughes and Inez Moses both of Jackson, North Carolina, Clara, Dorothy and Sylvia Moses all of Lexington, North Carolina and his brother, David Moses of Virginia Beach, Virginia. Numerous nieces, nephews, relatives and friends will also cherish the memory of Thomas.
Thomas will be deeply missed by all who were fortunate enough to know and love him.
Relatives and Friends are encouraged to visit Mr. Moses' tribute wall to share memories, extend condolences and to order floral tributes, as sentiments to the family.
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