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Jantiel Mosley

August 31, 1955 ~ May 8, 2022 (age 66)

Obituary

Jantiel Mosley was born August 31, 1955, in Mobile, Alabama, to mother, Mattie Fontaine,
and father, Jamie Mosley. He lived in Mobile until he was a teenager and then he relocated to
Indianapolis, Indiana, to be with his mother and stepfather, Henry Burrell. He was baptized
at a spiritual church and also attended Arsenal Tech High School, where he graduated in
1973. He later went into the military and the US Navy. After serving his time, he received
an honorable discharge. He worked as a custodial worker for many years, until he became
disabled due to having a stroke. He was a loving brother, son, and uncle. He leaves to cherish
his memory: one brother, Henry Burrell Junior (wife, Doris Burrell); stepsister, Pernella
Catlett; and several nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends. He so loved his family that he
gave his sister at an early age one of his kidneys, because she was in need of a kidney to keep
living for her children; even though later in life she passed away, he still gave her part of
himself to save her life. He was preceded in death his mother, Matty Burrell; father, Jimmy
Mosley; and his lovely sister, Patricia Mosley.

Love and blessings please give God all the glory and all the praise for his life.

Gone, but never forgotten.

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Services

Visitation
Friday
May 27, 2022

10:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Rawls Chapel
5502 E.36th St
Indianapolis, IN 46218

Celebration of Life
Friday
May 27, 2022

12:00 PM
Rawls Chapel
5502 E.36th St
Indianapolis, IN 46218

Burial
Friday
May 27, 2022

Sutherland Park Cemetery
4201 Millersville Rd.
Indianapolis, IN 46205

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