Larry Richard Moses

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  • "I remember when Larry was saved.Such a special memory of..."
    - Marlene Roberts
  • "Ill love you forever, Uncle Larry WAR EAGLE"
    - Jennifer Moses-Denham
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    - Jennifer Moses-Denham
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    - Angie Moses
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    - Marlene Roberts
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Larry Richard Moses, 57, passed away Tuesday, November 14, 2017 at RMC in Jacksonville. Survivors include his wife of 35 years, Penny Moses of Piedmont; two children, Carl Moses (Jesse) of White Plains and Jessica Moses of Piedmont; three grandchildren, Will Sudsberry, Leah Sudsberry, and Kinsley Moses; two brothers, Roy Moses, Jr. (Lucretia) of Wellborn and Jerry Wayne Moses of White Plains; and several nieces and nephews. Larry was a resident of Calhoun County for most of his life and was a member of Northside Baptist Church. His childhood was spent living in a wide variety of places with his family. As a young man, his immediate family had once again settled in the Calhoun County area where their extended family lived. Larry continued to live in Tennessee on his own working and attending college. It was during one of his visits home that Larry and Penny met. They made their home here. Although they entertained many different opportunities, Larry was firmly set on the idea that his children would graduate from High School in the same school system they started in, because he wanted that stability for them. He once said that he was known in Piedmont as "Penny's husband" and later known as "the twin's dad". He loved being a husband and father; his family was his world. In 1988, through the sickness and eventual loss of his father, Larry found the Lord. He went from being someone who had to have proof to believe and understand something, to someone who simply believed and had faith. His love for God grew quickly, along with his knowledge and understanding of the Word of God. He loved teaching and speaking to others about the Lord. At the time of his Earthly death he had been blessed with three grandchildren that he loved with his whole heart. Although the last several years of his life had been physically and emotionally trying for him, his love for his family, church family, and friends never waivered. While our hearts are broken, we also take tremendous comfort in knowing that he is no well and with his Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.
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Thompson Funeral Home and Crematory - Piedmont
6340 Old Piedmont-Gadsden Hwy. PO Box 574
Piedmont, AL 36272
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Published in The Anniston Star on Nov. 17, 2017