Mrs. Annie Moses

October 10, 2023

Mrs. Annie Moses Obituary

While the family chain was broken on Tuesday, the 10th of October in Columbus, Georgia, Mrs. Annie L. Moses, “affectionately referred to as “Auntie” or “Auntie Annie” by her nephews and nieces, had a loving spirit that undoubtedly will always be with those who had the fortune to know and love her. She was born in Moultrie, Georgia on August 8, 1929. Upon her arrival she instantly became the center of attention in the Dixon Family orbit because she was the first girl that had been born into the Dixon family for many years, and she has always been quick to make sure
you knew that. During her upbringing in Moultrie, she was dearly loved by her parents, the late Andrew James Mickey, Sr., and Annie Dixon, her four brothers, Pat D. Dixon Sr., Andrew James Mickey, Jr., Charlie L. Mickey, Paul D. Mickey, first cousin, Andrew Dixon, who was loved as a brother, and two sisters, Mary Graves and Myrtice Byrd. All of whom predeceased her.

She accepted Christ as her Lord and Savior at an early age and grew up in Mother Easter Baptist Church. She was educated in the public schools of Moultrie, Georgia
and graduated from Moultrie High School for Negro Youth in 1947. Her outgoing personality made her a favorite among her peers in Moultrie.

However, her life is best described as a true “Love Story.” She married her childhood sweetheart, Affie L. Moses (“Moses”), with whom she was happily married for 70 years before he transitioned in February of last year.” Moses” chose a military career and served in the United States Army, until his retirement from the service. She dutifully accompanied him in his assignments to such places as Williamsburg, Virginia; Mannheim, Germany; and Fort Knox, Kentucky before settling permanently in Louisville, Kentucky. She was a resilient woman who was able to balance being a hard worker in various jobs that she undertook while being a devoted spouse. The couple were 50- year residents of Louisville, Kentucky where they lived a happy life, developing great
friendships and close bonds with neighbors.

In 2021 health challenges required that they return to Georgia to be cared for by their relatives. However, in keeping with the great love and affection that they shared, they requested and prayed that any living condition arranged in Georgia would allow them to continue to live together. Those prayers were answered, and they continued to live together until Moses’ transition on February 11, 2022. In him, she found the love that gave her the support and stability for the things that she loved most: family and friends. They were not just husband and
wife, but they were best friends to the end of his life. Although “Aunt Annie” leaves behind a loving spirit, she also leaves fond memories for her hosts of nephews, nieces, cousins, and friends to enjoy because her determined and quirky personality generated funny stories and countless laughs that will endure for generations to come.

Until the chain is linked again,” Aunt Annie” will be truly missed but never, ever forgotten. “Aunt Annie” leaves to cherish her memory : a sister-in-law, Carrie Mickey of Miami Florida; nephews, Pat D. Dixon, Jr. (Judge Myra) of Atlanta, Georgia, Paul D.Mickey, Jr. (Fatima) of Miami Florida, Darrell D. Mickey (Jolane) of Springfield, Massachusetts, Derek C. Dixon (Tanisha) of Pleasant Grove, Alabama, Andrew J. Mickey (Sherryl) of Seattle, Washington; nieces, Vernita Karell D. Winn (Reverend Richard) of Atlanta, Georgia, Michelle Willis and Vickie Roberts of Moultrie, Georgia, Lisa Carter of Miami, Florida; much beloved and appreciated cousins, Andrew French (Willie Mae) of Columbus, Georgia and Jacqueline D. Dixon of Atlanta, Georgia; numerous , grandnephews, grandnieces, great grand nephews, and great grandnieces; other relatives, including Alicia Byrd of Baltimore, Maryland, Crystal White, MD and Alison White of Atlanta, Georgia, Levar King of Jacksonville, Florida; and special friend, Barbara Cooper, of Williamsburg, Virginia as well as numerous other relatives, neighbors, and friends.

Please keep the family of Mrs. Annie L. Moses in your prayers as we reflect on the Gracious Memories. Online condolences may be expressed to the family at
Final Arrangements entrusted to Doris Strong & Litman Funeral Home, 201 5th Avenue N.W., in Moultrie.

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Gathering of Family and Friends
October 21, 2023

10:00 AM
Doris Strong (Moultrie, Ga)

Celebration of Life
October 21, 2023

1:00 PM
Doris Strong Gardens Cemetery


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