Moses "Moe" Sadler

  • Born: December 14, 1978
  • Died: April 14, 2022
  • Location: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

John F. Givnish Funeral Home

10975 Academy Road
Philadelphia, PA 19154

Tel. (215) 281-0100

Tribute & Message From The Family

Moses Sadler passed away suddenly on April 14, 2022. He was 43 years old. Moe was born in Camden, NJ to Rosaura Thomas (nee Torres) and Keith Sadler. He is survived by his daughter, Angel Sadler; his parents, Rosaura and Michael Thomas; and Keith and Denise Sadler; siblings, George Sadler, Olympia Howell, Ariellis Hemmings, Kiara Vasquez, and Kayleen Sadler; and nieces and nephews, Iliana Howell, Sincere Howell, and Leedel Bonelli Jr. Moe is also survived by a loving extended family composed of many aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, and cousins and will be sorely missed by all of his many friends made throughout the years.

Moses was born on December 14, 1978. He was raised in the Olney section of Philadelphia with his parents, Rosa and Keith and brother George and sister Olympia. He attended Thomas K. Finletter Elementary School and Samuel Fels High School. He also spent time in the Job Corp. Moses was very popular with his friends and classmates. He was the class clown and kept people laughing with his jokes and antics. Moses loved video games, cars, music and movies. He would often quote lines from his favorites movies that he would watch over and over again. He knew a lot about cars and learned to work on them from his brother George.

Moses used his ability to entertain people by becoming a standup comedian. He perfected his talents throughout many venues in the Philadelphia area. Moses was very observant of the world around him and used this to relate his life experiences to his comedy routines. Moses held many jobs over the years but found his niche as a lead miller for Disston Precision Inc. of Philadelphia. He was proud of the work he put into his occupation. He often posted videos of himself at the job showcasing his work ethic and skill. His bosses held him in high regard.

Moses left us to early and passed away on Thursday, April 14, 2022. He was loved by many and gave his love to many throughout his life. He will be missed dearly and never forgotten. Moses left his mark on the world and went out as a Champion.

Relatives and friends are invited to Moses' Life Celebration on Monday, April 25, 2022 from 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM at John F. Givnish Life Celebration Home, 10975 Academy Road, Phila., PA 19154. A memorial service will begin at 1:00 PM.

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Condolence & Memory Journal

Life is what we make it, and you made a lifetime of fond memories. You didn't finish your work physically but your spirit will continue to be with us and continue your legacy. Those left behind will continue to tell your tales. While they may not have your delivery they will be filled with your essence. We miss you

Posted by Leedel Bonelli - Philadelphia, PA   April 25, 2022

my deepest condolences to the family I know he will be deeply missed he was loved by many and he loved many many rest in peace

Posted by Wanda Rios Rios - Philadelphia, PA - Family   April 21, 2022

José and Zoraida Figueroa

Posted by José Figueroa - Philadrlphia, PA - Family Friend   April 21, 2022


There are never the right words to comfort family with such a loss. The best way to honor his memory is very simple - live a good, clean life and be kind to others. Those examples and acts of kindness are quietly and rapidly contagious. Love, Virginia Kintz.

Posted by VIRGINIA KINTZ - WILLOW GROVE, PA - Family Friend   April 20, 2022

May the Perpetual Light Shine Upon Him.....

Posted by William Harvey - Appomattox, VA - Family Friend   April 19, 2022

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