Andrew Moton

Honoring his Life

Andrew (Drew) Moton

Sunrise September 29, 1956

Sunset  December 2, 2023

Andrew Moton was born September 29th, 1956 in Saint Louis, Missouri to Cleother Moton and Elizabeth Carter Moton. Andrew accepted Christ at an early age. He was baptized as a member of the Mt. Horeb M.B. Church under the leadership of the late Rev. Horace Fleming Jr.

Andrew was educated in the Saint Louis public school system attending Ford Elementary School and graduating from Soldan High School. He worked for Hussman Refrigeration Company and Montrey’s Restaurant. Andrew had a love for style and comedy and enjoyed watching old movies.

Andrew peacefully departed this life December 2, 2023, his brother Phillip by his side.

Andrew was preceded in death by his parents, Cleother Moton and Elizabeth Carter Moton and his sister Diane Moton

Andrew leaves to cherish his memory: siblings Frank Carter Wesley Moton (Janice) , Alvin Moton, Phillip Moton, Cynthia Moton, Evelyn Moton, LaDonna Moton (Isa) and Terry Moton (Michelle). His aunt’s: Retha Owens (Carter), Doris Fields, and Juanita Moton. His uncle, Rev Bobby Moton (Doris). His nieces: Felicia Williams (Tony), LaTasha Devine (Antonio), LaTania Copher, Corvetta Moton, Shanika Thomas, Wynika Boyd, Ebonee Ali, Khalidah Ali, Tierra Eddins, Essence Ali, Dashell Moton and Klierra Moton. Nephews: Corey Carter, Calvin Eddins, Gavon Moton, Darien Moton, Khalid Ali and Derell Moton and a host of cousins, other relatives, and friends including special friend Ms. Linda Wade.


We thought of you today

But that is nothing new

We thought of you yesterday

And days before that too

We think of you in silence

We often speak your name

Now all we have are memories

And your picture in a frame

Your memory is our keepsake

With which we’ll never part

God has you in his keeping

We have you in our hearts


Your Family


1 Comment

  1. Audrey Wilson on December 7, 2023 at 4:56 pm

    You will ALWAYS be known for your style, your smile, your sense of humor and your chocolate smooth skin. You will be missed. Thank you for teaching me how to drive! Lol!!!

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