Omari D. Moulton

Died: Mon., Mar. 16, 2015


11:00 AM to 12:00 PM, Tue., Mar. 24, 2015
Location: All Faith Memorial Chapel

Funeral Service

12:00 PM Tue., Mar. 24, 2015
Location: All Faith Memorial Chapel

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Omari D. Moulton, 9 years old of New Haven, CT pased away peacefully on Monday, March 16, 2015 at Yale New Haven Children’s hospital after battling a brief illness. Omari is survived by his mother Delores L. Jackson of New Haven, CT; his father Ferdinando, Sr., and his wife Patrice Moulton, his grandfather Levoyd Cohen of Rocky hill, CT, grandmother Rosenell Coleman of East Hartford, CT, and grandfather Wilbert Harris of Hartford, CT. Omari is predeceased by his grandmother Sheila Jackson, uncle Leroy Jackson-Brown, and Aunt Michele Jackson. He is survived by two brothers Andre Heard Jr. and his daughter Aniyha Heard of Bridgeport, CT and Ferdinando Moulton, Jr of East Hartford, CT, 5 uncles Jamal and wife Shonte Jackson, Lukeiser and wife Tayia Jackson-Brown of Bridgeport, CT, Rashon Jackson-Braswell of Hartford, CT. Gary Diaz of Bridgeport, CT, and perry Jackson of Middletown, CT; four aunts Serena Merriweather, Nellie Moulton, Debbie Jackson, Joyce Bendolph, two special cousins Dwayne and LaShay Belton and many more cousins from CT to Georgia. Omari was smart, loving and caring. He was always smiling and enjoyed dancing and music. He had a heart of gold, he touched many lives. His smile brightened up the world. Omari was a 4th grader at Wexler Grant Elementary School in New Haven, CT. Burial will be in Mt. St. Benedict Cemetery, Bloomfield, CT.


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Laura Kuhlberg
   Posted Tue March 24, 2015
I am deeply saddened to hear that Omari has passed away. I loved working with him while he was a student at Cherry Brook Primary School. He was a special , loving boy that I will never forget. My life is richer because he was in it. My sincere sympathy to your family.

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