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Garry E Mosley Sr.
February 7, 1960 ~ November 13, 2023 (age 63) 63 Years Old
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GARRY "G MO" MOSLEY SR., affectionately known as G Mo but preferring Garry, peacefully stepped into eternity on November 13, 2023, joining his mother Elaine, his father Clayton, heavenly granddaughter Blossom and five brothers and sisters. Born on February7, 1960, he lived a life full of charm, character and life lessons.
Garry is survived by his devoted companion of ten years, Daphne Johnson, his loving son Garry Jr., his cherished daughter Breyana, nine grandchildren, his devoted brother Dennis Mosley, and his dear sister Gail Mosley. All of them admire his resilience and are inspired by the life he led.
Garry attended Walbrook in Baltimore, MD, where he graduated high school and was the star quarterback, setting a solid foundation for his future. He had an immense love for the simple pleasure of food, particularly chicken of any kind. His playlist was often dominated by Mary J., and he was a devoted fan of his local Baltimore Ravens and Orioles.
Garry's favorite pastime was playing Pinochle, and he enjoyed cooking, relaxing and sharing his life experiences, often with a touch of humor. He believed in staying active, often integrating exercise into his work. His favorite locale for vacationing was the sunny state of Florida with his devoted companion and they frequently visited local casinos, finding joy in the energy and excitement.
Described as funny, down-to-earth, straightforward and honest, Garry was a man of great wisdom. His lessons were profound yet simple-"Say what you mean, mean what you say. Be a leader, never a follower. Redemption is a real thing and it ain't over yet.." He carried these teachings with him, radiating them onto the lives he touched.
Among his greatest prides were his children-Breyana and Garry Jr., who are reflections of his persona and strength. His legacy s one of honesty and redemption, a testament to his character.
Garry's soul touched many, marking him as a legend and a true king. His absence will be dearly felt by all who were fortunate enough to have known him. 1,2,3, let's go.