Guest Book for Lillian 'Sis" Moses

Provided by Burns Mortuary of Pendleton

Posted by: Shawna Weiss
Mon November 27, 2017
Dear Moses Family, Gus and Judy,
I remember your sister and her immense beauty and sweet smile.  I remember the first time I met all three of you girls when I was young and thought to myself how could there be a family that has so many beautiful woman and men?  Truly blessed!  Sis was beautiful inside and out.

You can take solace that she is doing everything God ever had planned for her from the beginning.  

She has no more pain and she would want you all to rejoice in her homegoing knowing that you have her in your future not in your past!

God bless you all.  ~Shawna

Posted by: Louise M Thompson
Tue November 28, 2017
Dear Moses Family,

So sorry to hear of your loss of Lillian.  She was a classmate of mine at PHS for whom I had great admiration.  Her quiet smile and her carriage of great dignity only added to her glowing beauty.  Lillian's accomplishments highlighting the history of our Indian culture helped move forward a growing interest.  Her will and determination to "be there" for as long as possible for her family says it all.  May peace be with you.

Tue November 28, 2017
Dear Moses Family:

I was on the Pendleton Round Up court the year that Lillian was a Happy Canyon Princess.  She was so much fun to be around - so beautiful and out going.  We had a great summer and spent a lot of time together that year.  I will remember her always as a lovely person and will cherish my photo album of our "Court" year that we spent together.

Posted by: Ron Halfmoon
Wed November 29, 2017
To the family of Sis Moses: We are saddened by news of her passing, and had not realized she had been in marginal health for so long a time. I knew Gabe Moses, her dad, as they lived on site at Saint Andrews in that lil house. The Moses and Quaempts were family of our parish on the rez. Lots of good times and fond memories of sports and church. May  she rest in peace. Prayers for grace and blessings for family and loved ones. from Chet n ron halfmoon.

Posted by: Harold Halfmoon
Wed November 29, 2017
I would like to offer my condolences to the Lillian Moses Family. I knew this family from afar. I grew up among the people and parish of St Andrews Church. It is sad to know that one more member from those days gone by has left this earth. Rest In Peace.

Posted by: Rosie Jackson
Wed November 29, 2017
To the Family of Sis Moses: My Love, Prayers & Condolences to the Family. I remember Sis always had a cheerful smile and acknowledge you where ever she was at. Enjoy chatting with her and How proud she was of her Grandchildren. R.I.P. Sis & No more pain....

Posted by: Adrienne J. Farrow
Wed November 29, 2017
My dear sweet family... I’m so very sorry to hear of Sis’s passing. I know she was a fighter until the very end. She was always so loving and caring. The last time I saw her was around Up year before last. I had a nice visit with her and always loved her warm hugs. She will be missed. My love, hugs, thoughts and prayers to all of you.

Posted by: Marci Davis Bailey
Wed November 29, 2017
Dear Moses Family,  My sincere condolences on the loss of your family member.  I spent time with Sis and Tito at Talmaks.   We had a lot of good times.  She was a beautiful person inside and out. Prayers for her journey and the family as they prepare her final resting place.  

Posted by: Leona A. Ike-Smith
Thu November 30, 2017
My son's Julius, Mario and Jonathan and I send our sincere love and condolences to the family, we are the widow and son's to autwai Kanim Smith Sr. Our hearts are with the family in Pendleton.

Posted by: June Smith (JoAnn Moses Family)
Thu November 30, 2017
So sorry for your family's loss.  Prayers for your family and friends.  She was a nice lady.  I met her a few times over the years.  My sister Jocelyn knew her family well and would visit her whenever she was in Pendleton.  Condolences to those left behind from our family to yours.