Harvey A. Moses, Jr. (Sign Guestbook)

Harvey Anderson Moses, Jr., age 88, passed away July 11, 2017 at Fort Sanders Hospital. He was a former employee of Knoxville Iron and a retiree of Tom’s Foods. He proudly served his country in Korea from 1953 to 1956. Preceded in death by parents Harvey and Georgia; brothers, Gene and Billy; sisters, Katherine Vandergriff and Dorothy Smith. Survivors include his children, Jewell Enea (Mike), Harvey (Debbie), and Tim (Sandy), sisters, Pat Colson and Gail Childress. He also had five grandchildren and three great grandchildren. The family will celebrate his life in private as were his wishes. Gentry Griffey Funeral Chapel is honored to serve the Moses family and invites you to view and sign their online guestbook below.


28 guestbook entries for “Harvey A. Moses, Jr.”:

  1. Frank Phillips says:

    So sorry for your loss.

  2. Richie Farr says:

    Sorry for your loss.

  3. Paul England says:

    Harvey so sorry to hear of your dads passing . Prayers for all the family

  4. Barbara Carroll says:

    My prayers are with all of you.

  5. Laura Kolarik says:

    Deepest Sympathy
    The Kolarik’s

  6. Janet B Smith says:

    I know he will be missed. A very good man.

  7. Sandy Smith Mills says:

    What a joy you were to everyone,,I know how much of a blessing you have been to us and to Daddy after mother passed ,,you will be truly missed .Love Sandy and Maurice Mills

  8. Pat Karnes says:

    So sorry. My condolences.

  9. Bill and Mary Shepard says:

    Pat and Gail, so sorry to hear about your brothers passing. Our prayers and condolences to you and Gail and the family.

  10. Saundra Farmer Burkey says:

    Harvey, I am so sorry to hear of your Dad’s passing. God bless you all as you face the days ahead and as you cherish his memories.

  11. Kay Bales says:

    So sorry praying for you all I worked with Harvey Moses Jr. at Tom’s foods he was a good friend of mine and my husband Bob Bales now they are in heaven together. Praying God will give you all strength peace and comfort in this time of sorrow.

  12. Lois Moses says:

    My prayers and condolences to everyone as you go through this time. He will truly be missed. What a joyful reunion there was in Heaven!!! I love you all.

  13. Mary Woods says:

    Moses family, please accept my deepest sympathy. I worked with Jr. at Tom’s for many years. It’s not easy to let our family go, but we must remember they are better off than we are. Praying for each one of you.

    • The Moses Family says:

      Thank you Ms. Woods! He had many fond memories from those days at Tom’s and loved to tell them. Thank you for the prayers! We miss him very much!

  14. susie lawson says:

    I loved staying with Uncle Jr. and Aunt Dottie when i was little. He was always good to me..treated me like i was one of his own…still love him and think of him that way even if he is gone.

  15. The Moses Family says:

    Thank you Susie! Dad loved to joke with the girls. He loved to make them smile. He always told Debbie and myself how beautiful we were (even when we did not feel like it) He loved family more than anything in this world. We will forever remember that smile!

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