"Because The Race Is Not Given To The Swift Or To The Strong, But He Who Endures To The End". \r\n\r\nIn the wee hours of the morning of August 14, 2021, Moses completed his Race. Moses Marcellus Turner, (affectionately known as MoMo), was born on September 21, 1950 at Kings County Hospital in Brooklyn, New York. He was the third son born to Pearl Bernice Turner. He was raised in Brooklyn and graduated from Holy Rosary Catholic school in June 1964. When he moved to Norristown, Pennsylvania, he attended Eisenhower High School, graduating in May 1968. In 1974, Moses Turner and Nonie Hall were united in holy matrimony and from this union Levia Turner was born on Feburary 4, 1975. He was employed by the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation as a heavy-duty operator on their highway construction crew. His mother relocated to Frederick, Maryland in 1973 to work at Fort Detrick. In the years to come Moses found favor in Frederick as he also relocated. He was employed as a heavy-duty highway construction crewman with several construction companies in Maryland, finally retiring in 2011. Moses accepted JESUS CHRIST as his personal savior and was baptized at The First Missionary Baptist Church in Frederick, Maryland on the 19th day of October 2008 by The Reverend Dr. William H. Graham. Moses faithfully served at First Missionary as a member of the Usher Board and served as an honorary armor bearer to the pastor. Throughout his infirmity, with a determined spirit and strong will, he continued to honor his responsibility as a doorkeeper to the House of the Lord, even leading the ushers in their annual march. Moses Loved his Church.\r\n\r\nPreceding him in death were his mother Pearl Wynn and brothers Jessie and Edward Turner. He is survived by his daughter Levia Turner, his former wife Nonie Wallace, grandchildren; Raheem, Mintoya, Brejanae, Alexis, Erin and Ashley, and great grandchildren; Alleah, Ariana, Calley, Salleah and Amiah. He is also survived by his brother Andree A. Turner, Sr. and wife Joanne Turner, special cousin Levia James and husband Jeffrey James, cousin Russell (Butch) Lyons and many other family members.