JOHN-MOXHAM-Obituary

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JOHN E. MOXHAM

Knoxville, Tennessee

Jan 4, 1930 – Feb 9, 2018 (Age 88)

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John E. Moxham, 88, went home to be with the Lord early Friday morning, February 9, 2018. John was a man of strong faith and a kindness of heart that touched everyone who knew him. He was a dedicated philanthropist who spent his life involved in charitable pursuits, including his career as the...

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I worked with John Moxham at Fort Sanders Foundation when I first began working for Covenant Health in 1992. He was such a kind, patient and generous man, and I have wonderful memories of those years. He was very special and will be missed by all who knew him, but he is rejoicing in Heaven right now. Rest in Peace, John.

John was a dear friend. We shared many meals as well as great stories with lots of laughter. May the many good memories and stories help his friends and family at this sad time.

Billy Howard

John was a kind and remarkable man and knowing him was a privilege. I forever kidded him about his Yankee roots, and he insisted he wouldn't hold my Southern roots against. His was a life of humble service and great accomplishment and one that was well-lived.

John was a special guy. I enjoyed visiting him when he was at Arbor Terrace. He was a special person that cared very deeply for his wife, Linda. We will miss you here on Earth but we will rejoice when we all get to Heaven. Love, Della Gaskins (Housekeeper at Arbor Terrace).

John, I know where you are. Please save me a place right beside you at the right hand of God the Father Almighty. I always felt that working with you at the Fort Sanders Foundation was a true blessing for me. You were the best boss and friend anyone could ever have. A man who loved his family and reached out to others with joy and warm friendship. Thank you so much for adding fond memories to my life.

I loved this family so much! Always so sweet and caring. They were always there for mom and dad when they were ill, and I appreciated that so much. I will always hold them in my heart.❤ Prayers for the family.

John was a sincere and Spiritual person who led by example. He was an individual who did so much for others in his quiet fashion, always under the radar. Rest In Peace John.
Bayard

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