Saturday, September 3, 2011
Monday, August 1, 2011
Sunday, July 31, 2011
WASHINGTON TERRACE -
James Sterling Moyes, 23, fulfilled his earthly mission and returned
to the loving arms of his Heavenly Father on July 11, 2011. He was
born September 3, 1987 in Ogden, to Darren William and Chareyl
Lynn Gentry Moyes.
Sterling began his education at Uintah Elementary. He attended
South Junior High where he served as Student Body President. He
gratuated from Bonneville High School in 2006. Sterling's greatest
love in High School was playing Lacrosse which led him to become
ranked in the top ten of the Western States High School Lacrosse
Sterling was an Eagle Scout and served an LDS mission in the
Argentina, Bahia Blanca Mission. After returning from his mission,
he attended Weber State University.
He loved traveling with his family, especially taking trips to Oregon
and Bear Lake where he would spend time with his Grandparents,
Aunts, Uncles and many cousins. There is no one, however, that he
loved being with more than his brothers and sisters, especially his
seven year old little brother, Robby.
During his time with us, Sterling taught us all how to truly care and
be compassionate. People were drawn to him with his warm, fun
personality and great smile. He will always be remembered for his
big kind heart and willingness to put his arm around those who
needed a friend.
Sterling is survived by his parents; brothers, Darren Gentry (Vanesa
Nemelka), Grayson, Robby and his two sisters, Madison and Chloe.
Also surviving him are his grandmothers, Sharyl Burnett Moyes and
Pauline Barbur Gentry. He was preceded in death by his two loving
grandfathers, James Kirk Moyes and Frank V. Gentry.
Monday, May 30, 2011
Haitian Roots Volunteer/Parent Trip
Grayson Moyes first trip to Haiti!
Haitian Roots Volunteer/Parent trip to Haiti to distribute items
Grayson was able to join the trip and was such a hard worker,
I love spending the one on one time with my sweet 16 year old son.
The volunteers were all amazing and we accomplished much.
It was great for the parents to visit their children 9 haitian roots children who
were orphaned by the earth quake and are now being adopted by
four amazing families.
We were able to have a party with our Haitian Roots sponsored children and give
them food, clothing, toys and other great supplies donated by lot's of wonderful
We went out to visit the land we purchased to build a school and orphanage, Brent
from Bel Haiti village project partner was along on the trip as well.
We learned much from the trip and hope to put our knowledge to good use!