Michael A "Mike" Moses

September 12, 1953 - January 28, 2021
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Michael Alan Moses, 67, passed away on January 28, 2021 In North Port, Florida. Mike was born on September 12,1953 in El Paso, Texas to his parents, Walter Fleming Moses Jr. and Ellen Williams Moses.

He graduated from the Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (Virginia Tech) with majors in both math and physics. He obtained a master’s degree in physics from the University of Maryland. He was a captain in the signal corps division of the United States Army, serving as a computer programmer.

He went to work for a number of years for Raytheon. He then did software engineering for one of NASA’s 4 great observations, Chandra.

Mike was a 4th degree officer in the San Pedro Assembly #3163 of the Knights of Columbus, serving in the position of the outer sentinel. He was also a 3rd degree Knight with the officer position of the 2nd year Trustee in the Knights of Columbus Council #7997.

He is preceded in death by his parents, Walter Fleming Moses Jr and Ellen Williams Moses; Aunt, Stella Agee.

Mike is survived by his loving wife of 24 years, Gayle Samar Moses; Brother, Hal Moses; Sister, Susan Bonvini; Uncle, Weldon Dinkel; Aunts, Hazel Dinkel, Lillian Barton, Christine Martin; 4 nieces and 1 nephew.

A Funeral Mass will be held at San Pedro Catholic Church on Wednesday, February 3, 2021 at 12:00PM. Committal Service will follow at Sarasota National Cemetery at 2:00PM.

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Service Information

Date: Wednesday, February 3, 2021

Time: 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

San Pedro Catholic Church

Address:

14380 Tamiami Trail, , North Port, FL, 34287

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Cemetery Information

Date: Wednesday, February 3, 2021

Time: 2:00 pm - 2:30 pm

Sarasota National Cemetery

Address:

9810 State Road 72, , Sarasota, FL, 34241

 

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Born: September 12, 1953
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Bobbi Bellardine posted on 2/1/21

We are remembering your family in prayer that God will touch you all with His healing hands and cradle you with His love and that you will find comfort and peace in your times of sadness. With blessings of love and peace, from your family at San Pedro Catholic Church

 

Sheri Brooks posted on 2/1/21

Gayle we were so saddened to hear of Mike’s passing. We only met Mike a couple of times but it was clear that you adored each other. We can not begin to imagine how awful this loss is for you. We are holding you in our hearts as you navigate this difficult time. Love, Sheri and Alan

 

Sheri Brooks posted on 2/1/21

Gayle we were so saddened to hear of Mike’s passing. We only met Mike a couple of times but it was clear that you adored each other. We can not begin to imagine how awful this loss is for you. We are holding you in our hearts as you navigate this difficult time. Love, Sheri and Alan

 

Deanna Bowe posted on 1/30/21

Thinking of you Gayle and Susan with heartfelt love and prayers! I have such fond memories of my cousin Michael and though I hadn't seen him recently I will have those memories forever! He was a good man!

 

Deacon Rich posted on 1/30/21

We will miss Mike! He was a good man. A good husband and a good knight. He is finally home with our God. I can almost here our Lord say "Well done my good and faithful servant!" RIP! Vivat Jesus! Deacon Rich

 

Susan Bonvini posted on 1/30/21

Mike you will be missed, it was way too soon. I grew up with you moving around the country, having to make new starts in life, sometimes they were painful, but we got thru them. My fondest memory growing up was the way we would both enjoy old movies and cartoons and put our own dialogue. LOL. Nobody has ever been able to move into that spot. I like to think that you are home now with the rest of the family. I love you. You sister, Susan

 

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