Dorothy Mae Mosley, daughter of the late George and Rosemary Mosley, was born on June 12, 1955, and transitioned to be with the Lord on September 19, 2023.
Dorothy received her education at School 26 Elementary and Emmanuel High School. She attained certifications and was “a jack of all trades.” She held many positions including construction, banquet attendant, and home health care professional.
Dot, as she was affectionately called by family and friends, accepted Christ as her personal savior many years ago and was baptized at Mt Calvary Church in Indianapolis. She loved God and professed her love for him often and wanted her family to experience His love and Grace as she did.
She was a loving mother, grandmother, sister, and aunt. She enjoyed spending time with her family, drawing, and decorating. She was a gifted artist who could draw anything and who could put together an outfit or room with minimal supplies. She could walk into a room and instantly know how to brighten it up. She was a beautiful person, meticulous in appearance, caring, a great organizer, and absolutely loved her family with all her heart.
Her grandchildren were the joy of her life and they loved her. She was the fun grandma who would babysit all 13 of them and even watched her great grandchildren. She would be so excited to have all of them together at one house to cook, play inside and outside, watch tv, and just hug & kiss them. She will truly be missed by them.
Dot leaves to cherish precious memories her son, Devin “D.L. “(Natalie) Mosley, her sister Joyce Ann Hudson, her foster sister Wanda Harlin, her grandchildren: Darious Mosley, Keionyae Gray, Tierra Cabell, Daisja Mosley, Daiunna Mosley, Demariyae Mosley, Kennedy Mosley, Dynasti Mosley, Destini Mosley, Kore Mosley, Re’yona Mosley, Devynn Mosley, Dilynn Mosley. Her great grandchildren: Amari Turner, Ayon Turner, Tarynce Mosley, Demri Jackson, Sunoa and Syaire Káiser, Ameena Mosley, Rose Mosley, Rilynn Bond, Storii Brown, her Goddaughter Lisa (Buford) Johnson, as well as her dear cousins, nephews, nieces and friends.
Dorothy is preceded in death by her mother Rosemary Mosley, her father George Mosley, her sister Delores Mosley and her son DeMario Mosley.