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Darryl Dominic Moses

Sept. 1, 1949 – Dec. 23, 2020

 

Last updated 1/13/2021 at 8:48am

Darryl Dominic Moses left us in the early morning hours on Wednesday December 23, 2020, due to a massive heart attack.

He was born September 1, 1949, to Raymond Moses and Mary Dick Moses. Darryl was a member of the Catholic Church, a Vietnam Veteran, and a welder by trade. He was employed through the Colville Confederated Tribe before the corona virus became an issue and deemed a non-essential employee.

Darryl is survived by his daughters: Maybellene Moses (Disautel) and Sharon Moses (Omak). He had three Granddaughters who lived with him: Sienna Moses-Blevins, Seylah Moses-Blevins, and Santana Moses-Blevins. His surviving siblings: Larry Moses (Toppenish), Rae Ann Moses (Spokane), Colleen Moses (Coulee Dam), Cheryl K. Moses (Elmer City), Marvin M. Moses (Nespelem), Alfred E. Carden (Disautel), and Shirley Balboniie (Florida). His three grandsons: Tameron Hall, Delaine Hall and Dominic George. In addition, his three granddaughters: Isabelle Moses-George, Selena Moses-George, Kheira Moses-George.

Darryl, was preceded in death by his father Raymond Moses (1999), mother Mary (Dick) Moses (2009), sister Vernita Moses (1951), brother Eugene R. Moses (2008) and his daughter Sandra Moses (2019).

Dressing was at Precht Funeral Home in the late afternoon of Wednesday, December 23, 2020. He was moved to the family home in Disautel for the night. Burial was on Thursday, December 24, 2020, at Little Nespelem Cemetery.

 

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