Reflection of Life
Mirrum Mosely was born to the late Matthew Mosely and the late Leona Frank Mosely. She attended Washington High School in Blakely, Ga.. She furthered her education at Ft. Valley State College, Ft. Valley, Ga.
She met and married the late Mr. Charlie Fleming, a Georgia native. Mirrum was preceded in death by her parents, Matthew and Leona Frank-Mosely, her sister, Myrtice Mosely; and two brothers: Crawford Mosely, and Colas Mosely.
Mirrum was a faithful member of Shiloh A.M.E Church, Blakely, Ga. After moving to Newark, New Jersey, she joined Isreal Missionary A.M.E. Church, Newark, New Jersey, where she was a member of the Senior Steward Board, The Christian Education Commission, Coordinator of Black History Month Programs, Officer of Isreal Missionary Scholarship Board, Officer of Finance Commission, Member of the Sunday School and many other roles in the church. Education and faith were paramount core valued promotion of Mirrum Mosely-Fleming. She always encouraged the young people to do the best they could to get an education . Her motto: “You can give a Man a fish, and he will eat for a day, Teach a man to fish and you will feed him for a lifetime.”
Some of her hobbies were: Crocheting, and origami which she shared with her church members and the sick and shut in. She was also active in politics. Mirrum also wrote a short paper on the history of Mosely Town. (A town where everyone lived out there were related, and everything was owned by the prosperous Moselys).
Mirrum returned to Georgia in 2016, she was devoted to her husband, her students and to her church. She will be missed by her friends, family, and her students. Mirrum leaves behind nieces, and nephews: Wanda Mosely-Shelton, Prince Mosely, Sarah Mosely Moore, Lizzie Mosely, Richard Mosely, Lester Mosely, and ‘Elijah Mosely, and a host of cousins and friends.
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