William Tyson Moses was born on September 20, 1950 in Blenheim, SC to the late Alice Louvenia Moses and Merchant Harley, Sr.
He was converted at an early age and joined Macedonia Baptist Church. During his early years he sing on the children's choir.
He attended Wright High School in Blenheim, SC and Graduated in 1969. After graduating he worked at Mohawk, and a few years as a Truck Driver. He moved to Brooklyn, New York. During his visits he said he would never live in New York. He changed his mind; he went to New York to live in the 70's. Over the years he was employed with several Companies.
He relocated back to Blenheim, SC in 1994 to marry the love of his life, Carrie McCollough. He reinstated his membership with Macedonia Baptist where he sincerely loved the Pastor and Church family and was a member of the Pastor's Aide. He was a member of Mystic Union Lodge No. 31. He worked for several different Companies. He retired from Mountaire Farms of North Carolina.
Tyson was a loving friendly person, who was a confidant and anchor for many of his family and friends. His greatest job was his family, friends, Church and watching the New York Yankees.
He departed life on earth Thursday, March 11, 2021 at Chapel Hill UNC Hospital, Chapel Hill, NC.
He leaves to cherish his memory his wife: Carrie Moses; seven children: Lisa McCullough, Jacqueline Bethea, Mark McCollough (Wendy), Regina Sigler (Tony), Lucille McCall (Derrick), Justin Sullivan, Derrick Edwards; four sisters: Lucille Allen (Alexander), Mary Barnes (Willie), Creola McIntyre, and Carolyn Bradford; Aunt: Mary Elizabeth Walker. Seventeen Grandchildren; twenty great grands; sisters-in-law: Virginia Hawley, Dollie Warney, Diane Bethea, Diane Bradford and Lula McKiver; brothers-in-law Charles McCollough, David McCollough, and James McCollough; special nephew: Darrin Bethea; close friends: Hezekiah Ward, Ronald Henegan, Robert Fore, Alexander Townsend, Hinson Covington, Cassandra Owens and Eskamada Smith. A host of nieces, nephews, other relatives, and friends.
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