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December 3, 1939 ~ January 27, 2024 (age 84) 84 Years Old
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Thomas James Mosley was born on December 3, 1939 to the late Eddie Lee Mosley and the late Pearlie Mae Williams. Always known as "T.J." he was a man that enjoyed being around people and doing things of his amusement. His line of work included industrial and warehouse jobs such as metal preparing, logging wood, and an apple orchard picker/sorter. There were always stories that he liked to tell about the work that he did that kept friends and family amused and enlighten on what his job consisted of. He loved to drive to the orchard and bring back all different kinds of apples to make apple pie, apple cake, apple turnover, and other apple delights.
T.J. and the late Joann Foster had a daughter by the name of Pearlie Mosley-Williams who preceded him in death. Later, he met his everlasting wife Annie Jean Roberson-Mosley who will continue to love and cherish memories they made together. Together TJ and Annie Jean raised their adopted granddaughter Latrelle Mosley who he recognized as his daughter.
He was preceded in death by daughters Ethel Dix, and Pearlie Mosley-Williams (known as Kitty); a son Lannis Mosley, a granddaughter Demeta Joe Gibson, and a great grandson William Gibson.
He leaves to cherish his memories a daughter, Cheryl Jennings (James) of Macon, GA; Latrelle Mosley of Rochester, NY; and a granddaughter from a previous relationship, LaTadia Parker (Travis), GA.
From his union with his loving wife Jean (affectionally known) a huge family evolved leaving 13 grandchildren, a host of great-grandchildren and great-great grandchildren, neices, nephews, family and friends.