Charity Rachelle Moses celebrated her earthly birthday in Indianapolis, Indiana on February 2, 2016. Faced with Trisomy 18 (aka Edward's Syndrome) and a large VSD in her heart, medical professionals sent her home to die but her family decided they would instead take her home to live. Each of her 99 days was a true miracle and Charity was a champion and a fighter. Her heavenly birthday was on May 11, 2016 when she peacefully went from her motherâs arms into the arms of Jesus, in the comforts of their home.
Trisomy 18 is very fatal in children. Only 25% of children born with Trisomy 18 live past a couple of weeks. Charity made it into the 25%. Of the 25% that survive, only 5% will make it to their first birthday. Every day Charity lived was truly a gift. Her big sister, Destiny, said âCharity may have been our storm but she was also our rainbow." Her family now looks forward to seeing their rainbow again.
Charity will live in the hearts and minds of her parents, Daniel and Terri Lindsey Moses; her big sisters, Destiny Danielle and Trinity Abigail Moses; maternal grandparents, Teddy and Janice Jaynes; paternal grandmother, Paula May Berry; paternal great-grandfather, Roy Berry; aunts, uncles, cousins and all of her church family at Restoration Church.
Charity was welcomed in Heaven by her maternal grandfather, Colonel Lee Lindsey; paternal grandfather, Harvey Leo Moses; and paternal great-grandmother, Abbie Berry.
Charityâs inspiration and strength will be celebrated at 5:00 pm on Sunday, May 15, at the New Creations Church, 6400 National Road East in Richmond, Indiana. Interment will follow in the Elkhorn Cemetery.
Visitation will be from 3-5 p.m. Sunday, May 15, at New Creations Church.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions are encouraged for Restoration Church, 1 SW 17th Street, Richmond,IN 47374