Morris Mosley
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MORRIS MOSLEY JERSEY CITY Morris Mosley, 67, passed away on May 26, 2020. Morris, a Jersey City native, was predeceased by his father, Willie and son, Ernest. He is survived by wife, Beverly; daughters Jonique and Monique; stepsons Isaiah (Linda), Rasjohn (Charmaine), Sharod (Jackie); grandchildren Dominique, Davion, Imayah, Isaiah, Jr., Elijah, Tyree and Sharod, Jr.; mother, Anna "Doris"; siblings - Herbert, Harriet, Eugene (Valerie) and Annette (Gordon); nephews Givon (Selena), Rashad (Theresa), and Davin; a host of relatives and friends. Memorial Service at 11:00 AM on Friday, June 26, 2020 at Trinity Lutheran Church, Jersey City.

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Published in The Jersey Journal on Jun. 23, 2020.
Memorial service
11:00 AM
Trinity Lutheran Church
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July 4, 2020
Sending prayers of comfort to Ms. Doris Mosley and family!
Linda Balock
June 25, 2020
Sending prayers, hugs, and love to Jonique and Dominique during this time. Wish that I could have been there you with you in person, but my spirit is certainly with you. Extending my prayers to your entire family.
June 24, 2020
I will miss you. Remembering the many times I visited Jersey and you teased me about my southern accent. RIP Cousin.

Catherine Johnson
June 24, 2020
Although it hurts knowing I won't see you or hear your voice again, it is comforting to know you are at peace.
Jonique Mosley
June 23, 2020
Morris was one of my favorite cousins of all times. He was more like a brother than a cousin.
Gregory Levine
June 23, 2020
This is not good bye, this see you later. I thought about many stories of our childhood, some funny, some sad, but rest assure you will be missed. Grandma, Grandpa and daddy will have you with them once again. Love you, miss
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