ForeverMissed
Memorial service will be held Sunday, November 28, 2021 at Grace United Methodist Church (1001 Harvard Boulevard/Dayton OH 45405). Family will receive from 3:00pm-4:00pm.

Moriah Alesandria Hudson Burrage, age 27, was born on January 4, 1994 in Dayton, Ohio to Darren Hudson and Tonita Spells Hudson. On November 18, 2021, Moriah and her unborn baby boy went to Heaven to rest in the arms of our Lord.

She was preceded in death by sister, Morgan Ashley Hudson; maternal grandfather, Tony B. Spells; and paternal grandfathers Stanley L. Hudson and Donald H. Dillingham.

Moriah married Stanley J. L. Burrage in May of 2020. She felt safe and loved by daughter, Kai Raina Lee Burrage; son, Levi Hudson Burrage; sisters, Madison and Macy Hudson; maternal grandmother, Juanita H. Spells; paternal grandmother, Johnie M. Dillingham; and grandmother Judge Mia Wortham Spells. Moriah was a lifetime member of Revival Center Ministries, International. She attended Stivers School for the Arts and Wright State University.

Moriah expressed her love for children through her many years working in Early Childhood Education. One of her main aspirations in life was to be an amazing mother, and through her pregnancies, she remained in baby bliss.

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to her children at https://gofund.me/a1a01c71.

Professional services entrusted to W.E. Lusain Funeral Home and Crematory (Dayton)
Posted by FRIEDA BENNETT on November 28, 2021
My thoughts and prayers are with Moriah's family during this difficult time. I pray that God will strengthen you and that her precious memories with bring you peace.
Posted by Tamela Molnar-Satterfield on November 27, 2021
Our deepest heartfelt condolences to the Hudson and Waldron families.  Please know you are in our thoughts and fervent prayers!
With much love, Tammy & Juan Satterfield.
Posted by Elaine Norsworthy on November 24, 2021
To The Burrage and Hudson Family,

I am sorry to hear about the passing of Moriah and her son. My condolences and prayers are with you.
Posted by DrRhonda Gullette on November 23, 2021
Moriah, I’m so very sorry to hear of your passing. I know you and your little one are in Gods loving care. There is no better place to be. You will be missed and I know you are loved. Rest Now!!!!!

My deepest condolences to the Hudson Family! Please know my love and prayers go out to you.
Posted by Danielle Stokes on November 22, 2021
I will really miss hitting u up about motherhood, and the daily ups and downs of life. I wish I had made the time to see you like we talked about. Rest well beautiful.

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Posted by FRIEDA BENNETT on November 28, 2021
My thoughts and prayers are with Moriah's family during this difficult time. I pray that God will strengthen you and that her precious memories with bring you peace.
Posted by Tamela Molnar-Satterfield on November 27, 2021
Our deepest heartfelt condolences to the Hudson and Waldron families.  Please know you are in our thoughts and fervent prayers!
With much love, Tammy & Juan Satterfield.
Posted by Elaine Norsworthy on November 24, 2021
To The Burrage and Hudson Family,

I am sorry to hear about the passing of Moriah and her son. My condolences and prayers are with you.
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Shared by Briana Welch on November 24, 2021
I remember the first time Moriah and I met. It was at Mini University, and we clicked instantly. I remember her being one of the first people at work that I told I was pregnant, along with other stories. We both moved on from Mini U, and our friendship continued to grow even after that. She was that person that I could randomly call and ask if she would go with me to get ice cream, or go shopping with me.  She helped set up and tear down my baby shower. I remember how beautiful her first baby shower was at her parent's house and all of the love that I felt there for her and her baby. My last memory of her that I will cherish forever happened right before I moved to New York City. My husband was away with our car visiting his dad and our son and I were still in Ohio finishing up some packing. My son fell and hurt his knee and we didn't have our car, so Moriah stopped what she was doing and drove over to our place just to bring me ice. That was the kind of person she was, always putting others first. Moriah, I will love you forever, sweet, sweet angel.