Born Thursday, June 1, 1944, was Moses Sylvester Louder. He was the seventh child of ten children born to Pearlie Mae and Moses Louder in Jacksonville, FL. By the late 1940s, the family migrated to New York City. Moses was intelligent and very curious as a young child. He traveled throughout the country, finally settling in Albuquerque, NM.
He always enjoyed being outdoors and meeting new people. He especially loved horses. Moses also had a keen intellect, and he could have a conversation with anyone on any subject. Over the years he was employed by Adalante Healthcare and Maxcare. He was well loved and respected by the patients and staff. Moses made all his nieces and nephews’ members of his “Fan Club.” Whoever was around him at that moment was told that they were the President. All of them were Presidents at some point. They have a lot of loving memories of their “Uncle Cee.” Moses made a lasting impression on everyone that he met.
He moved to Albuquerque, NM without knowing anyone there. He built a life for himself where he had a group of loyal and supportive friends who turned into family. He is survived by his sister, Jeanette Mitchell; brother, Ronald Louder; sister-in-law, Terry Louder; a host of Nieces, Donna, Paula, Janine, and Tanya; Nephews, Stephen, Robert, Darryl, Kyle, Rondul, Ramsey, Keith, and Derek; and a host of other nieces, nephews, and cousins.
A Memorial Service will be held Thursday, August 18, 2022, 6:00 pm, at FRENCH–Lomas.
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Published by French Funerals & Cremations – Lomas on Aug. 16, 2022.