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Charles Wesley Mosley, III

April 24, 1969 — March 4, 2024

Charles Wesley Mosley, III

In loving memory of a devoted husband, father, brother, papa, and friend who dedicated his life to his faith and family. On March 4, 2024, Charles Wesley Mosley, III left this world, leaving a legacy of integrity, kindness, and a life rich in accomplishments and relationships.


Born on April 24, 1969, to Ernestine Epps and Charles Wesley Mosley, II, Charles grew up alongside his siblings in Florida, where he loved playing sports, especially football. He graduated from Martin County High School in 1987. After completing high school, Charles was encouraged by an aunt to seek enriching opportunities beyond his hometown in Suart, Florida.


He proceeded to Mississippi to enroll in a junior college (JUCO), where Charles became aware of the prospects available in Fairfield, Alabama. With his love for football, Charles secured admission to Miles College, where he showcased his talents as a wide receiver and played on special teams. Participating in the sports community, Charles joined the Masonic Lodge in the early 90s, embracing the teachings of Freemasonry on morality and charity. During that time period, Charles entered into a relationship with Tammie Smith. This relationship led to the birth of a lovely baby girl named Shemeka, motivating him to strive harder to secure a bright future for his newborn daughter.


During his college days at Miles College, Charles met his soulmate, Nicole Scott, in 1993. As their relationship blossomed and they embarked on a shared journey of love and commitment, they jumped the broom in 1995. Together, they created a warm and joyful home, fostering a haven filled with love and laughter. Charles and Nicole's deep love manifested in the birth of three remarkable children: Bryanna, Charles Jr., and Tremayne.


Charles and Nicole's bond grew stronger with each passing day as they navigated life's ups and downs hand in hand, nurturing their blended family with care and love. Their shared values of respect, kindness, and understanding formed the foundation of their relationship, creating a deep and unbreakable connection.


Charles' strong work ethic was greatly reinforced by his commitment to creating a family legacy. So, professionally, his path took him down scenic roads, serving businesses by carefully delivering medical supplies to hospitals, prisons, and customers' homes throughout the southeast region. People who connected with Charles emphasized his outstanding customer service and positive demeanor. In the trucking world, Charles' work ethic is etched into the infrastructure of every organization he has worked with, a testament to his dedication to his understanding of integrity.


Charles, being a man of honor, dedicated his life to Christ as an adolescent. As he matured through adult life, he rededicated his life to Jesus Christ because his heart was filled with living a life of unwavering faith, embodying the spirit of excellence. His conscientious approach to nurturing relationships with his children, grandchildren, and other close-knit people exemplified this. This commitment underscores his identity as a virtuous man with a generous disposition.


Charles lived a life focused on enjoying the simple things, such as bowling and maintaining a commitment to physical fitness. A passionate sports fan, he avidly supported teams like the University of Florida, the Dallas Cowboys, and the Los Angeles Lakers. When Charles wasn't glued to sports on TV, he and Nicole hit the road for epic bowling adventures! The couple enjoyed participating in different bowling leagues, and their enthusiasm was reciprocated by their bowling community, which evolved into their bowling family. Beyond his love for bowling and working out, Charles loved grilling on a beautiful sunny day, giving his family and loved ones the sweet, savor taste of delicious bits.


Charles was preceded in death by his father, Charles Wesley Mosley, II, and his mother, Ernestine Epps.


His memory will be forever cherished and kept alive by his loving wife, Nicole Scott Mosley; his children, Shemeka Ann (Jeremy) Harper, Bryanna Nicole Mosley, Charles Wesley, Jr. (Lydia) Mosley and Tremayne D'Shaun Mosley; his adored grandchildren, Jamell, Ayden, Savannah, Laiylah and Aubree; his siblings, Marcia (Jeffrey) Rogers, Toni Smith and Joshua (Zarinah) Mosley; his sister-in-love (law) Jak'Lyn Tarpley-Hall (San) and a close-knit family of nieces, nephews, cousins and in- loves (law).


His absence will be deeply felt by a community of family and friends who all held his humble and kind heart in high regard. Charles will be fondly remembered for his love of a cold beer while watching sports on TV and his welcoming nature that made everyone feel at home.




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