Remembering Eddie Moton Sr. • GFX @bucknarley1080p

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with Mary C. Moton (Coleman). eir union was blessed with four children. Eddie was employed for 36 years by the City of Milwaukee Department of Public Works as a bridge operator. In his leisure, he enjoyed smoking cigars, he was a master at playing cards, when you played against Eddie Moton you had to earn your win while listening to him talk trash to you the whole time . June 15, 1974 he became apart of the Mason Order Prince Hall at Ashler Lodge #7. He enjoyed traveling with his family. Eddie's favorite pass time was watching sci- shows, and running his grandkids out of the kitchen.

Order of Service Prayer .................................................................… Pastor Johnson Musical Selection ......................................... CathyMoton Sandre Robinson Obituary…................................ MarandaMoton-Weston Acknowledgements ........ Amir Moton-Thompson Remarks..... 2 min please .............. Family & Friends Musical Selection ......................................... CathyMoton Sandre Robinson Eulogy .................................................................… Pastor Johnson Recessional Repast Processional Masonic Ceremony

ddie Moton Sr. was born September 25, 1939 in Lake Providience, LA. To the union of Joseph and Julia Moton (Cosey). He was the middle child of seven. Eddie received his formal education in the Milwaukee Public School System, aending 4th, 5th, and 9th Street School. He graduated High School in 1959 from North Division. During his senior year e Milwaukee Journal voted him to the Second Team All-City as a halack. He earned 6 leers in football, wrestling and track. Eddie was inducted in North Division's Hall of Fame in 2008. Eddie was a 1st class wrestler on and o the mat. On December 24, 1960 Eddie was united in holy matrimony

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Eddie Moton departed this life on February 14,2019. He was preceded in death by his Mother Julia, Father Joseph; Aunt Tilly, Uncle Charlie, Daughter Trina, Brother; Joseph, and Sisters: Willie B, Celie, and Bey Ann. He leaves behind his Wife; Mary, Brother's; Ned and Robert (Lois) , Brother-in-law, Ellis, Daughters; Juliene, and Edith. Son; Eddie " lil eddie " Jr. Granddaughter's; Tiliene, and Maranda. Grandson; Amir, Great-Grandson; Martell and a host of nieces and nephews, his Masonic family, and other family and friends.

On the national day known for love, you le us with Your Love and many of memories, It was your time to rest. We could no longer be selsh with your time, You were ready to y We were not ready, and it doesn’t feel real, but only time heals It was your time to rest. All Angels y high, so I know you Soar above it all It was your time to rest.

Pallbearers

PMMartin Dixon PMG Doug Simmons PMWGMMinor King SWMario Davis JWNiles McKee Bro Leslie Morgan Jr. Eddie Moton Jr. Amir Moton-ompson Martell Freeland Honorary Pallbearers Acknowledgment

Perhaps you dropped by to say hello, or called us on the phone. Maybe you visited for a while to keep us from being alone. You may have sent owers, or a card to show you cared. Possibly you didn't come at all, but remembered us in prayer. Whatever kindness extended is accepted with sincere gratitude and thanks that's everlasting. We hope to personally express our appreciation to each of you who came who prayed, and who comforted us. is we desire to do when our hearts are again lied.

Arrangements

Internment

Repast

Wisconsin Memorial Park 13235 W. Capitol Dr. Brookeld, WI

Providence Baptist Church 3865 N 82 nd St Milwaukee, WI

Leon Williamson Funeral Home 2157 N. 12 th St. Milwaukee, WI

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