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September 14, 2021


Malcom D. Moses, I

August 04, 1958 - September 07, 2021

Malcom D. Moses, I, was born August 4, 1958 to the union of Ossilean and the late Oscar Lee Moses.  He attended and graduated from Varnado High School in 1976.

Malcom married his high school sweetheart Donice Moses on June 4, 1977.  They were blessed with five children but were parents to many others as well.

After graduating High School, Malcom enlisted in the united States Army. After completing Basic Training and AIT, Malcom's first duty station was Ft. Ord, California and his first tour overseas was in South Korea in 1978.  He was later stationed in Heilbronn, Germany from 1983-1986.  In 2004, Malcom's love for his country and a desire to continue his mission in the military, he enlisted in the United States Army National Guard.  He participated in Operation Enduring Freedom in Afghanistan in 2013.  Malcom was medically discharged in 2014.

Malcom attended Mary's Chapel United Methodist Church at an early age where he was active in the choir.  After becoming an ordained Minister, he pastored St. James United Methodist Church in Laplace, LA and Springfield Methodist Church in Springfield , LA until 1999.

Malcom worked for International Paper for 25 years until his retirement.

When Malcom left the military and retired he pursued a new mission, mentoring and teaching children in the community.

Malcom leaves to cherish his memories his wife of 40 years; Donice M. Moses, his children; Malcom (Summer) Moses, Alvitasha (Myron) Bullock, Na'Toria Moses, La'Killia (Justin) Batterton, Rishelle Moses, a special daughter, Lisa(John) Nathaniel, twelve grandchildren, six great grandchilden, a host of godchildren, nieces nephews and other relatives and friends.

He was preceded in death by his father, Oscar Lee Moses, grandparents, William Moses, Savannah Peters Moses Hatcher, Agell Walker, and Ethel Sheridan Walker, mother-in-law, Myrtis E. Youngblood and a brother Argell M. Moses.

A Memorial Service will be held at 11:00 AM on September 15, 2021 at Cook-Richmond Funeral Home in Bogalusa, Louisiana.

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