William J. Moses

Grand Rapids, Michigan

1936 - 2018 (Age 82)


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Moses, William J. Poplar Grove, IL 82, of Poplar Grove, IL passed away Friday evening, September 7, 2018 in his home. Bill was born July 31, 1936 in St. Louis, MO, the son of Bernard and Marie Moses. He married the love of his life Marilyn on March 24, 1962 in Chicago, IL. Bill graduated with a...

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We will love and miss you forever Dad. Thank you for all you did for us. We pray you are at peace.

I'm so sorry for your loss. Bill was a great friend and we had many wonderful adventures when they lived in Grand Rapids. I will never forget his booming voice and his hearty laugh. His sprite carried on even when he lost the use of his legs. Most would be morose, but not Bill he rallied and retained his sprite. May he rest in peace. His struggle is over. Gone but certainly not forgotten.
Rick Riley

Nick and Julie...it is so sad to hear about your fathers passing. He kept in touch always and especially after moving away and when Mom and Dad died. When he was here I loved going over to your parents just to visit. What a kind and gracious man. I still hear his chuckle and feel his hugs. He like your Mom are greatly missed. My son and I always went to the parades to what Bill and my father ride motorcycles with the Shriners and party afterward. Hugs and prayers to you both and your...

Nick & Julie, so sorry to hear about your Father. Fondest memories for our family as he, my Father, my brother and I were all in the Shriners motor patrol together.A very loving man with a huge heart. Always loved, sadly missed by many.

Nick and Julie: I'm so sorry to learn about your dad. He was great! I can almost hear his giant laugh as if he were sitting next to me this very second. Couldn't have asked for a better neighbor growing up. He and your mom were such a help to my mom when my dad left. Bill always saved an extra "full sized Hershey" for us on Halloween night. He and your mom would always "ooh and ahh" over our dance recital costumes. The list goes on. Once I wanted to earn money so I asked...