AVIS DE DÉCÈS
16 novembre 1987 – 28 juillet 2021
Jeremy Moujoodi, a beloved husband and father of three boys, died suddenly from natural causes on July 28, 2021, at the age of 33. Jeremy is survived by his wife, Kelly Moujoodi, and three sons, Levi (5), Liam (3), and Landon (11mo). Jeremy is also survived by his parents, Akbar Moujoodi and Meg Fowler (Mark Fowler), his brother, Justin Moujoodi (JeriKay, sons Zeke and Traxton), his uncle Mike McMillan (Cathy), and cousin Marie (Cody, daughter Abby).
Jeremy is a long-time resident of Hoover, AL and was a graduate of Hoover High School in 2006. He competed as a collegiate track and field and cross country athlete at Troy University, where he earned his Bachelor’s degree. He then went on to UAB to earn his Master’s in Physician Assistant Studies and was a practicing Physician Assistant.
Jeremy has been a lifelong distance runner, competing at an elite level in the Birmingham area up until his death. He was a devoted father who adored his three boys and would never miss an opportunity to spend time with them. A true family man, he valued quality time together. Although family was important, his most important relationship was with his Lord and savior Jesus Christ. He has run his final race and we were cheering for him the entire way.
Services will be held on Saturday, July 31st at the Chapel at Church of the Highlands Grants Mill campus. Visitation will be 11am-1pm, with the funeral service beginning at 1pm.
Any donations can be made to the Lakeshore Foundation in Jeremy’s honor.
Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.southernheritagefunerals.com for the Moujoodi family.
samedi, 31 juillet , 2021
samedi, 31 juillet , 2021
31 juillet , 2021
Jeremy and Kelly,
You guys were such a light and joy to be around all those years in Troy! I absolutely loved being on the same College Track Team together! I also loved living next to and with you at Troy Place. We really had so many good laughs together. I will miss you Jeremy and all the inside jokes we shared. From whistling Home Alone together around the track, to quoting “The Santa Clause,” To asking each other who smelt worse after Track practice! Lol you always kept me laughing… You’re love for God was truly amazing and I love that about you. We will see each other soon for some repeat 400s! I love you both so much!
P.s. “would you rather have a baby gorilla or a baby pterodactyl? And why?” I love you brother!
30 juillet , 2021
I am so glad that I got to spend a year living with Jeremy and Kelly living right across the hall! We had a ton of fun together and I sure wish we had stayed in touch after Troy! I will miss you Jeremy!