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Kenneth Mosley was born on February 16, 1985 in Houston, Texas to the union of Cedric Robertson and Mary Louise Mosley. He attended Crawford Elementary, Thomas Middle School, and Aldine High School. He was united in Holy Matrimony to Tanunkia Mosley on May 24, 2011.
Kenneth, also known as "K.C." to many blessed the lives of the people he encountered. He possessed a special love for his family and friends like none other. Kenneth received Jesus Christ as his Lord and Savior at an early age and rededicated his life to Christ when he joined Tabernacle Gospel Houston Church, under the leadership of Bishop Gerald T. Dalton.
Kenneth began to water his roots that God planted in his heart by openings his own business in 2016, formally known as "Kitchen Cook". Kenneth's business began to rapidly flourish as he became one of Houston's leading caterers. Although Kenneth was well aware of his natural gift for culinary creations, he decided to further his Education and enrolled in the Houston Community College in the fall of 2015. Kenneth expected to receive his Associates Degree in Business Administration in the near future, but God had an eternal Degree waiting for his child to receive.
Preceding in death are (2) children: Kenneth Jr. and Mirikal Mosley, grandmother: Margarette Roberson, and (1) aunt: Bernadette Roberson
Leaving to cherish his memories is his wife: Tanunkia Mosley; father Cedric Robertson Sr., mother Mary Louise Mosley, (6) children: Tura Mosley, Derrick Mosley, Heaven Mosley, Jordan Mitchell, Curtis Francis, and Madison Carter, (2) sisters: Terran Mosley and Kanisha Mosley, (8) brothers: Cedric Robertson Jr., Kedrick Robertson, Markeith Robertson, Derrick Robertson, Deadrick Mosley, Kazil Robertson, Jeremiah Roberson, and Derrick Roberson, grandmother: Helen Mosley, (5) aunts: Annie Mae Mosley, Barbara Mosley, Lisa Mosley, Telisha Solis, Carol Roberson, and Anjanika Mims. Best Friend: Lanee Salazar, Kenneth will be greatly missed by a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends.
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