Name: Mrs. Sarah E. Mosley

Date: May 21, 1917 - October 28, 2021

Biography

City of birth: Luther, OK

Mother: Hattie B. Macklin

Father: Richard Bailey

Spouse: Ira Mosley

Daughters: Madeline Mosley Denton

Sisters: Ardis Bell, Christine Pollard, Elverisa Boys, Marjorie Isby, Annie C. Kirk

Brothers: Hoover Jones, Bishop Jones, S.R. Jones

Education: Douglas High School/Class of 1935

Occupation: Caterer/Jones Family Catering

Visitations: 12pm-7pm Friday, November 12, 2021

Cemetery: Hillcrest Memory Gardens, 12825 N.E. 50th St., Spencer, OK 73084

Services: Prospect Missionary Baptist Church, 2809 N. Missouri

Services date and time: 11am Saturday, November 13, 2021



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(2021-10-30 10:31am) Dedrick Hopkins wrote:
I know you are singing and clapping up a storm up there! So happy for you that you are now getting your reward and at rest with the Savior you so loved. I can imagine that PopPop Ira is smiling at you entrance as well! Thank you for the pure and genuine love you gave to our family! LOVE YOU!!!!

(2021-10-30 7:07pm) Jerrell Bacy wrote:
Words cannot capture the Impact you have had on the Bacy Family. Your Life was the Best example of what a Christian Truly looks like! You left a space that Cannot be filled. Bacy Family Loves you Dearly..

(2021-11-03 12:33pm) Celois M. Coulter-Flowers wrote:
She has lived a beautiful long life. Her legacy lives on in the Heroines of Jericho, Oklahoma Jurisdiction.

(2021-11-04 4:05pm) Jane Crutchfield Farmer wrote:
May God comfort you today.

(2021-11-09 6:04pm) Sister Annie Moore & Family wrote:
Wishing you and your family strength and peace. May God Bless You

(2021-11-10 5:52pm) Eva M. Fair wrote:
You are in my in my prayers May you feel his loving presence

(2021-11-12 9:50am) Rochelle Houston wrote:
To: Madeline Denton & entire Family and Friends of Sarah Mosley : “Lord, thou hast been our dwelling place in all generations…even from everlasting to everlasting, thou art God. So, teach us to number our days that we may apply our hearts unto wisdom so we may know that God is and will always be.” Be assured that your loved one, Sister Mosley, answered the call of the Lord and took the Master's hand and transition from this earthly realm to her heavenly home where she is present with the Lord. Therefore, it is with heartfelt sympathy that the Officers and Members of The National Federation of the Blinds Pathfinder Chapter extend our prayers, love and words of encouragement during these difficult times. Mrs. Mosley was among our most senior members and during her more than 20 years of membership with our organization, defined supportiveness, faithfulness, dedication, commitment, compassion and loyalty to the Lord and members of the society at large. These qualities were clearly evidenced in her serving and interacting with various committees. Her counseling reflected wisdom and knowledge and was highly respected and valued by all. Her positive attitude demonstrated empathy energizing, challenging, giving and inspiring others with hope and purpose to do their best and aspire for excellency. We are reminded of a quote from Maya Angelou “Rainbows are people whose lives are bright shining examples for others.” We are gratefully for God’s Rainbow to us personified in Sarah Mosley. Family, you will find strength in knowing that God will not forget your many expressions of love shown during her earthly pilgrimage and may pleasant memories provide comfort and consolation in the days to come. Now, we commend you to the merciful and loving care of our Father who is able to fill every heartache with peace and Joy, and uphold you with His righteous right hand. Please know you are in our prayers continuously and continually. Lovingly and prayerfully submitted by the Officers and Members of The National Federation of the Blind Pathfinder Chapter, Rochelle Houston, President

(2021-11-12 2:51pm) Joyce Mayo wrote:
My deepest sympathy.to the family She is a sweet lady with a beautiful ❤️❤️ smile 😊 You rest now my Eastern Star ⭐⭐⭐ sister Love You All 💓

(2021-11-13 9:15am) Sheryl (Thomas) Jones wrote:
You have our deepest sympathy and prayers.

(2021-11-13 5:13pm) Aneesha Isby wrote:
On behalf of the Nor-Cal Isby's, we send our deepest condolences. Aunt Tiny will be truly missed! We will always remember her laugh and caring spirit. Aunt Tiny was the epitome of class and elegance. Soar high with the angels Aunt Tiny!

(2021-11-16 4:38pm) Reverend Mona G. Rodgers wrote:
You are in our prayers and our deepest sympathy is with you in your moments of your deepest sadness. We speak gods continual blessing in the days ahead cocerning your moments of grief.