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12830 US 70 Business Hwy W, Clayton, NC

OBITUARY

Fermin Larry Moya

March 18, 1948May 20, 2020

Fermin Larry Moya, son of the late Fermin and Albenita Derrera Moya passed away on Wednesday, May 20, 2020 at the age of 72. He is survived by his wife, Janice R. Moya; son, Adam Moya and his wife Jennifer; daughter, Angela Moya; grandchildren, Tyler, Alyssa, Jason and Brianna. If you would like to leave a favorite memory of Larry or a message of condolence to his family, you may do so below within "add a memory".

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Angela Moya

May 27, 2020

Daddy,
Thank you for being in my life for 44 years. I have so many favorite memories! Remember us reacting the scenes to Star Wars?! And our family trip to Hawaii where you swam in the ocean so much when you were getting out of the water you fell and that life guard came up to you and thought you had a little bit too much to drink?! That was funny. Words cannot express the pain of how much I miss you. I wish I had more time with you but God was ready for you to be our family’s angel. I love you beyond measure!! Please watch over us as we deal with life without you!! I love you Daddy!

Amy Dickens (Hergert)

May 26, 2020

All my love to the family. I remember Larry fondly as the dad of one of my closest friends growing up. We were neighbors and I spent a lot of time there. He was always good to me.

I am so sorry for the loss you are going through. All my love and thoughts.

Amy

Glenn Bechthold

May 24, 2020

Janice, may God’s Healing, God’s Grace, God’s Love bring you strength and comfort to see you through this very difficult time...
Our prayers for comfort and God’s encouragement are with you...
Glenn and Barbara Bechthold

Gregg Long

May 23, 2020

Uncle Larry was like a superhero to me. I was very young when I first heard about his fall and his recovery. I couldn't fathom the strength and determination that it surely took to come back like he did. I always admired his dedication to his family and know how much he is missed. As it turned out, he may not have been a super hero, but was my hero. I see him and Mom hugging in heaven as they watch over us all.

Leonard Salazar

May 22, 2020

I really don't know where to begin I have so many beautiful memories of Larry. From the time we lived next door to each other in a small duplex. The walls were paper thin and every morning like clockwork Larry would get up and blow his nose and did I say he blew it loud. Everybody knew Larry was up. He had a 1967 Mustang wow what a car. He used to do cookies in the parking lot of the duplex. The landlord would come out and say okay who's the cowboy. It was Larry. We both came from very humble beginnings and I had a very old Volkswagen that really needed a paint job bad. Larry said hey let's go to my dad's shop and we'll paint it when no one else is around. So at 12 we rolled it in at 2 in the morning we rolled it out. The brightest yellow you've ever seen the same color yellow that you see on the street. Then there was the time when we went to his dad's shop and was racing Electric golf carts till we rolled one over. His little boy Adam what is the ring bearer for my first marriage. Larry left an angel behind his wonderful wife who nursed and cared for him for decades. Not to mention his beautiful children and grandchildren Larry you left a beautiful Legacy behind God bless you.

Joshua Moya

May 22, 2020

My favorite memories of my "aunt Larry" is when he would call Aaron and I his cute little nieces and what cute little girls we were.. Hints why he is my " aunt Larry" love you and miss you always. Say hi to Mom, Aunt Andy, Grandma and Grandpa for us...

Laurella Campbell

May 22, 2020

Larry was my Son in Law for over 50 years and endured many health issues which now he is at peace but will be missed by his dear wife Janice and children Adam and Angela. and grandchildren. and brother Paul. He was always kind to me and glad to see me when I went for a visit. God bless his family. Faye Ragan Campbell

LYDIA TACK

May 22, 2020


Some of us are lucky enough to grow up with cousins that feel more like siblings. Larry and his sister Andrea were like that for me. We went to church together - spent weekends at each others house and went to Jr. High together. Larry had the same gentle and generous heart and soul like my Dad - and you know how much I loved my Dad. Many years and miles had separated us over the years and I am so happy I was able to touch base with him for a heart to heart talk last month. My heart aches for his loving wife, Janice, his children (Adam and Angela), brother Paul and extended famiy.. Andrea will be there to welcome him home and keep him in line. LOVE YOU LARRY

Judith Whelchel

May 22, 2020

Larry had a beautiful voice. He sang to his bride, my sister Jan, "Until the Twelve of Never" after the wedding ceremony on September 14, 1969. It was such a sweet thing to do. Another song I loved and he sang was "I Can See Clearly Now". I know he is in a place where he truly can see clearly now and without any pain. I am sure he is singing again. He will be greatly missed by his family.

Lisa Long

May 22, 2020

Uncle Larry was a very kind man. I remember going to New Mexico and staying with you guys. Love you all

FROM THE FAMILY

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