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Julia (Lathrop) Moses  



Julia Moses 57, died peacefully on April 13 in her home surrounded by those who loved her.


In her inimitable way, she left us just as she arrived, in her own unique timing. This beautiful redheaded baby joined her large family, all of whom she adored, on New Year s Day. From the time Julia was able to form her first thoughts, she wholeheartedly pursued the fundamentals of what it means to live in truth and in health. Her unwavering desire for knowledge and learning awarded her great advancements in the fields of metaphysics and physical therapy.

Words are incapable of describing the intense bond she formed with her children; T.A. Moses, Collin Moses; her son-in-law, Steven; and her former husband, John Moses.

Julia Moses embraced the unique beauty she found in each of her siblings, Steve (Alma) Lathrop, Rae (Randy) Wilson, Alan Lathrop (deceased), Sally Stephens; her step-siblings, Julie (Fritz) Steck, Jane (Chad) Stephens, John (Lannie) Thompson, Jean (John) Corey, Jim Bob (Susan) Thompson, John (Linda) Appel, Fred Appel and Steve (Claudia) Appel.

She was faithfully and constantly accompanied by her beloved dog, Dakota.

This spring, Julia's family and friends will welcome her first grandchild, Piper Jane, and delight in sharing all that made Julia such a special woman including relationships she formed throughout her life's journey. Memories will be passed down from the people who cherished the life and love of Julia Moses.

The family will gather for a private service and then welcome friends to join them to celebrate Julia's life on Wednesday, April 15th from 4:00 to 6:00 pm at The Lodge at Riverwalk located at 6729 Westfield Boulevard. Memorial contributions may be made to The Orchard School and Amani Children's Foundation.

Arrangements were entrusted to Flanner and Buchanan Funeral Center Broad Ripple.






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