Richard "Dick" Owen Moses
December 7, 1950 -- March 31, 2015
Richard "Dick" Owen Moses, 64, of Goshen, died on Tuesday, March 31, at
his residence. He had been in declining health. He was born on December
7, 1950, in Long Beach, CA, to Owen Moses and Evelyn (Slick) Rice.
Surviving are a daughter, Amy Moses of Berrien Springs, MI; sister, Susan
(Robby) Mulder of Scottsdale, AZ; two brothers, Ronald Moses of MO and
Robert (Judy) Moses of Niles, MI; three grandchildren, Jeremiah Owen
Moses, Alannah Grace Baker and Amanda Marie Baker. He was preceded in
death by his parents. He was a US Army veteran. He was an avid hunter
and fisherman. He was a kind, gentle, Godly man who loved his
grandchildren. He loved his dog Booh, who was his companion for the last
decade. He worked at E & R Carpenter in Elkhart in the maintenance
department for 30 years. The family will hold a private service at a later date.
Online condolences may be sent at millerstewartfuneralhome.com.
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Ron, Bob, Susan...I am terribly sorry to hear about Dick. You guys are in my
prayers. I know how you must feel, I lost my son Jerry a few months ago.
From: Jerry Fell
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Dick was loved by everyone who knew him. I am his first cousin and have
been trying to find him for several years. I would love to meet his daughter
sometime and his grandchildren. He was a great person with a huge heart.
My condolences to all of his family.
Linda Moses Castner
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I am so sorry to hear of Dick's, passing my prayers are with the family.
From: Sherrie (Fell) Fancher
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My father was the best man I've met. He loved me no matter what and my
most beloved child hood memories were spent with him fishing, swimming,
turtle hunting and exploring nature. I am so grateful that the Lord gave me
him as a father. I'll never forget our road trips and zippa dee do dah and
Hank Williams big rock candy mountain while cruising the back roads
picking lilies, singing and eating rock candy. My heart aches and I'll miss
you so.. your dog booh has cried for you everyday, he burrows his head in
my chest and literally hugs me. He misses you so much. I will always smile
in thought of you and cherish our memories. I hope you know how much I
loved you. The one person who taught and showed me love. I will be sure
to pass it on dad. Forever imprinted in my soul
From: Amy Moses