Georgia Lee Mosely, Aka “Rita” was born on December 8, 1946 to the Late Bertha Lee Davis and Ulysee Mosely in Trenton, New Jersey. Georgia departed this life on May 14, 2020 at Advent Health in Zephyrhills, Florida. Georgia lived in Albany, Georgia and graduated from Monroe High School. Around 1965, Georgia moved to Dade City, Florida and took her first job at Jones Nursing Home. She worked for 30 years as a cook, housekeeper and in the office. After receiving her Nurse’s Aide Certificate, she became a Nurses Aid and a shift leader at the nursing home. Georgia later went on to study to become a Registered Nurse, until she retired 1994 after becoming disabled. Georgia has lived a long and fulling life and even marched with Martin Luther King Jr. Georgia’s favorite color was blue and favorite foods were field peas and cornbread. Georgia Loved her family including her brothers, sister, children, grandchildren, great grandchildren, and extended family who she enjoyed spending time with. Georgia was a straight shooter, who was caring, loved to laugh, create memories and most of all would tell you like it was. She will be truly be missed. Georgia leaves precious memories with those she is survived by who loved her and the many lives she has touched including two children: Cecillia Jones and Deran Mosely. Two brothers M. C. Davis (Linda Davis), Aronia Mosely (Preceded in death) and a Sister Betty Davis (Preceded in death). Nieces and nephews: Felicia Davis, Tyrone Davis (Carol Ann) Cassandra Davis, Deshaun Davis, Zachary Davis, Horace Davis, Victor Davis and Victoria Davis. Grand Children: Chasity Chandler, Tashika Moore (Quinton Moore), Deran Burns, Jasmine Williams, Devan Bristol and Javanthony Matthews. Great Grandchildren: Aniya Chandler, Brittany Chandler, LaQuinton Josiah Chandler, Quinton Moore Jr., Malachi Moore, Levi Moore, Kamdyn Williams-Need, Cincere Burns, Cali Burns & Cherish Burns and Devan Bristol Jr. She leaves behind a host of relatives and friends that will miss her dearly. Her beautiful life will be forever cherished in the hearts of those who loved and knew her.
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