Shirley Lavon Moses Hart went to be with Jesus on Dec. 28, 2022 at the age of 87, she was surrounded by her family.
Shirley was born on June 10, 1935 in Winner, SD to Carl and Emelia Moses. She was the seventh of ten siblings. She had five brothers and four sisters.
She graduated from Winner High School in 1953 and soon after moved to Denver, CO where she worked as a secretary. It was in Denver that she met and married her husband, Dewitt Lew Hart also known as D.L. in 1960.
Together they had two children Heather and Chris. They loved to spend time as a family traveling in their motorhome, spending time in the mountains and visiting family and friends around the country. They were also big Bronco fans and spent many seasons at football games.
They eventually moved and retired in Phoenix, AZ where they enjoyed spending time with family and friends and watching their four granddaughters grow up. Shirley enjoyed reading and doing crosswords. She liked to cook for family and experiment with new recipes. In more recent years she loved using Facebook to keep up with family and friends all over the country.
She had a positive attitude and always tried to make the best of situations.
Her family and faith were very important to her. She leaves behind her husband of sixty two years D.L. Hart, daughter Heather Mosbaugh (Michael), son D. Christopher Hart (Christine), granddaughters Jenna Hart, Michaela Bell (Brantley), Makenzie Bustos (Christian), Claire Hart, and her great grandson Brady Bell.
She is also survived by her sister Bernice Weickum , sisters in law Evelynne Moses and Beverly Moses, and countless nieces and nephews.
She is now safely home in the arms of the Lord. She was dearly loved and will be greatly missed.
A Celebration of Life service will be held at The Grove Church in Chandler, AZ on Saturday, Jan. 21 at 11a.m.