Johnny Mosley, a charismatic 57-year-old of Benton Harbor, Michigan, a brother, son, uncle, cousin, father, nephew, and friend, fell asleep in death on August 11, 2019.
Johnny was born February 22, 1962, to Marshall Mosley Jr. and Ruthie Lee Mosley, in Luxora, AR. Johnny was a soldier in the U.S. Army 11th Bravo Infantry in Augsburg, Germany. Johnny is predeceased by his daughter, Breanna Mosley; parents, Ruthie Lee Mosley (Williams) and Marshall Mosley Jr.; stepfather, Daniel Alexander Brown; brother, Bobby Mosley; uncles, William Booth and Leroy Booth; aunts, Idell Moore and Lena Ross; and his grandmother, Ruth Booth, all of whom he loved with all his heart.
Johnny is lovingly remembered by his brother Marshall Mosley, II; sisters, Mary Jean Brown and Brenda Lee Bowens; daughters, Shayla Marie Mosley, Alaysha Danyelle Mosley, Tiara Mosley, and Alizae Singleton; son, Sean Mosley; grandsons, Jo’Mari Hassel and Crispin Whitfield, III, and Zae’Vion McDonald; granddaughter, Maleigha Tobar; aunts, Pearlie Mae Booth and Margaret Braggs; uncles, Joe Booth and Eddie Braggs, his favorite cousin Willie Duncan, along with many other relatives and friends. A special thank you to Eric Jackson (Dot), who was a true friend and held Johnny’s hand as he took his last breath.
“He will call” and Johnny will answer (Job 14:13-15). I can hardly wait for the day when Jehovah resurrects my family. We’ll see you soon—Acts 24:15.
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