KOSRA loses a key player

by | Feb 9, 2021 | Blog | 6 comments

The KOSRA Committee is sad to announce the untimely death of a dear friend and colleague.

Mark Andrew Moseley Moses 06.08.1961 – 30.01.2021

When one mentioned Mark Moses, or Mosey as he was known to his friends and close family, you could feel the love, respect and positive energy he commanded.

Mosey was the one who could not sit still during lockdown. He was the one who initiated and championed the ‘Food Aid’ scheme for KOSRA. He was the one who braved the ‘midnight hours’ night after night to oversee the delivery of food parcels to the folk who were suffering the most. His caring for other human beings knew no bounds, he always wanted to make things better for everyone!

His love for his family and friends was limitless as was his love of Africa and the great outdoors.

His mischievous nature often had us in stitches and one could not spend time with Mosey without much laughter.

FLY HIGH MOSEY… We will certainly miss you. It was an honour to have had you on our team!

A tribute from Pollos Purdon on behalf of KOSRA.

6 Comments

  1. What a sad loss for his family, friends and the community. Wee appreciated all he did for Kenton.
    Our heartfelt condolences to his family.
    Winston and Lynne Trollope

  2. I am sincerely shocked and saddened by this awful news. My deepest sympathy to his family, friends and all who knew him. I will miss this lovely, cheerful character. RIP Mark.

  3. Mosey, together with Moira, have been the most delightful neighbours. Generous, kind and thoughtful. For instance, for no good reason other than to be kind, shortly after the first lockdown, they provided us with the most splendid three course meals. Served by Mosey with a flourish. Much of it cooked by him. He was a mean chef!

    We will always remember the time he buzzed their house in his recently acquired “Moonie” (not sure of the spelling). Being neighbours we enjoyed the same buzzing.

    I could go on with numerous incidents, but will refrain for now. Suffice to say that we have lost 50% of a wonderful neighbour and Kenton a great contributor to numerous aspects of our lives here.

  4. Mark was a uniquely kind and generous person. It is a huge loss to his family, friends and our community. Condolences to his family at their loss.

  5. Words cannot express our sincere sadness at Marks passing, a vibrant outstanding contributory man in our community, rest easy Mark.

  6. So Sorry to hear of Mark’s passing He was a wonderful person always
    thinking about helping others. he will be sorely missed

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