Mr. David Lee Moses, Age 68 of Irons, Michigan passed away into the presence of his Lord and Savior on Wednesday, February 20, 2008 near Howard City, after a long and courageous battle with cancer. He was born David Lee Moses in Grand Rapids, Michigan the son of Glenadine E. (Burd) and Charles Jack Moses on September 17, 1939. He married Shirlie Ann Birdsall on September 23, 1977 in Grand Rapids, Michigan. He was a retired Millwright from Corduroy Rubber in Grand Rapids and General Motors retiring in 1993.  He is survived by his wife Shirlie Moses of Howard City; his children Chuck & Judy Moses of Grant; Bonnie & Allan Wilbur of Bellevue; David & Carrie Moses of Freeport; his step children Cindy & Ferris Watson of Clarksville, TN and Scott & Melissa Knight of Howard City; many grandchildren and great grandchildren; several nieces and nephews; and special friends Hank & Joyce and Mark & Carlotta. He was preceded in death by his brother Robert Bruce Moses of Las Vegas.  Memorial services will be held at from the Rockford Ambulance, Rockford on , with officiating. For memorials please consider Hospice of Michigan, Newaygo County.


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Valerie Thompson
Monday February 25, 2008
13:50:24

The the Moses Family, May you find comfort in God's loving invitation to "throw all your anxiety upon him because he cares for you" (1 Peter 5;7) and that he is "near to those that are broken at heart and those who are crushed in spirit he saves." -- Psalm 34;18. It is God's desire and promise that you see David again in the near future, right here on earth under peaceful conditions where death will be no more. Please and draw strength from God's promises of future earthly events at John 5;28,29; Psalm 37;29; Rev. 21;3,4 and Psalm 83;18. Please rest your hope in these promises during this difficult time. Take care,

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Jim & Phyllis Mathieu
Sunday March 02, 2008
12:06:01

Fifty years of memories...Many many laughs, shared times of happiness and sorrow. The little boy giggle and smile when he thought he was naughty. The laugh when he said or heard something that touched his funny bone. Many motorecycle adventures and dinners and dancing at the Corduroy get togethers. All things we will never forget. We will always love and remember you Dave. With our deepest sympathy to all your family. Jim and Phyl Mathieu

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