ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Moses Lowton, 65 years old, born on November 24, 1955, and passed away on March 18, 2021. We will remember him forever.
Posted by Dularie Persaud on April 24, 2021
To My Sweet and Wonderful Nephew, Moses Lowton, whom the lord has called him to his eternal home on 18/3/2021. It hurt me so much that I was not there to lift your head and kiss you good bye. I will cherish all those beautiful memories from the day you were born to the day you went home to the Lord. I can never hear that word again "Warriah"! "Why you so stubborn?" Or see that beautiful smile or laughter on your face again. God wants you to come to a place of rest. To quiet your heart. A place of joy to delight your soul.

My deepest sympathy to your loving wife Pauline, Alex, and Sarita. We love you best, but Jesus loves you more. So farewell my loving nephew, until the day of resurrection when soul and body will unite again. May you rest in peace.

Your loving Aunty Dul
Posted by Margaret Gunesh on April 18, 2021
My loving Nephew Moses .         Mose, my wonderful loving Nephew you’re gone from us in the twinkling ⭐️ of an eye, you always go and come back but like Pauline said this time you left and didn’t come back . You’ve lived your life enjoying life it self. You’re generous, and you have a heart ❤️ Of gold. I know if this had happened to anyone whom you love or care about, if you had to fly from London to Japan , to Alaska go on a boat ride a donkey cart , a bicycle what ever it takes for you to get there you would have gotten there , that’s the type of person you are. Very giving , caring you put other people’s needs before your own. Your memories remains in my heart ❤️. You’re in my thoughts I hear you in music you’re every where I turn. You would be proud of Sarita and Alex the love you’ve given them reflects in their love for you. I’m remembering our childhood days, we went to school together, learn to swim together play games together. I remember when granny cooked egg curry, we always switch, I give you all my yokes cause you like yokes and you give me your egg whites cause I don’t like yokes. You Mose have touched many lives in different parts of this world, by departing from this world you’ve left many broken hearts some may never fully mended again. In Corinthians it is written: If I have prophetic powers and understand all mysteries and all knowledge, if I have faith so as to remove mountains, but have not loved, I am nothing. If I give away all I have and if I deliver my body to be burned but have not loved, I gain nothing. Mose you’ve proven your love by your deeds and actions towards people and not just family many strangers in different parts of this world you’ve touched many many lives. We’re always closely connected, even though we’re in different worlds now it doesn’t separate us and it never will . I know the lord has restored you with your mum and those that have taken this journey before you, for it is written ( for the soul to be absent from the body is to be present with the father) . What a wonderful journey with the angels who were waiting to escort you to your love ones who are waiting your arrival. What a wonderful reunion that must have been. You’re always in my thoughts, in my heart ❤️ you’re the best (past , present and future )and you will remain the best , no one will ever take your place. My eyes are tearful it’s hard to believe I’m writing this about you Mose . I will not say goodbye , I’ll say farewell to my loving nephew God be with you till we meet again at Jesus feet . I love ❤️ you. Dear Pauline, Sarita and Alex , my thoughts, prayers and my love are with you I pray that God will give you all the strength and faith day by day and that he will rap his arms around you and keep you in his tender loving care . I love ❤️ you ✝️
Posted by simon jagroo on April 16, 2021
Oh Moses.....Moses.....Moses, I miss him so much even though we hadn't seen or spoken to each other in over 25 years until a few weeks ago, but nothing would ever change between us. It was just like yesterday.
From the moment we made contact again a few weeks ago it was as it had always been .....brothers always.......my big brother.
Since that fateful day that Pauline gave me the awful news, he has not left my mind and all the memories came flooding back and will never leave me again.

I look at pictures of him and I am still in disbelief. I wish we could've got together just one more time...... but isn't that always the way ? We always want just one more get together and with Moses we would want it to go on and on and on ! That feeling that we all had when we were with him defines the man he was........The life and soul of those times.

May God bless him and keep him.

Love you always Moses.

Si, Ali & Lydia xxx
Posted by John Lowton on April 15, 2021
Brother Moze we haven’t spoken much over the last few years but nonetheless I will always have fond memories growing up having you as a big brother. You were definitely one of a kind and will be missed dearly. I often wondered how the cricket grounds stayed in business after your one ticket was used to gain access for a multitude of people. Your drumming skills using a dustbin lid and vodka bottles were second to none. I have a lot of good memories that make me smile and will cherish for the rest of my life.. Brother, you may be gone but you will definitely not be forgotten, you have had an impact on many lives throughout the world..may your spirit rest in eternal peace. My heartfelt sympathy goes out to Pauline, Alex and Sarita.. God bless you all and keep you strong during this difficult time.
Posted by Pamela John on April 15, 2021
Rest in peace my eldest brother we didmt see eye to eye at times but i  still love you with all my heart  When you came to visit us at christmas time in bravington road and perimeade road i was so excited to wait for you and Lawrence and dennis to come by it made my christmas and days even tho there is a 11 year age gap between us you made ne laugh with all your stories and antics which u often regale and i will never forget and will keep telling those stories for many years to come.  Im sorry for how we left one another but i love you dearly and rest in eternal peace.  Love you lots from your little sister Pammy xxxx
Posted by Yorty Isaac on April 15, 2021
Dear Pauline, you know that Moses will be always remembered here in Memories Jibacoa, he was part of the staff and very much loved by the great majority of us. I can still picture him with his lovely smile and great sense of humour. Moses, you will never be forgotten.
Posted by Lorna Johnson on April 15, 2021
Don't cry when the sun is gone,
because the tears won't let you see the stars.

   ***

We little knew the day that
God was going to call your name.
In life we loved you dearly,
In death we do the same.

It broke our hearts to lose you
But you didn’t go alone.
For part of us went with you
The day God called you home.
Posted by Bibi Haseena on April 15, 2021
My sincere condolences to Pauline, Alex and Sarita. Moses will always be missed. May God grant him a resting place in paradise
Posted by Hilma Etienne on April 15, 2021
My sincere condolences to you Pauline, Sarita, Alex and the family.
Life was never dull when Moses was around. He will be greatly missed.
Much Love Hilma.
Posted by HUGH DEMPSEY on April 15, 2021
Sending our deepest condolences to Pauline, Sarita and Alex and family circle. Moses you will always be remembered by myself with all the smiles and laughter you created when ever we met up with our friends, thank you for all the amazing stories and advice you shared with us you will always be remembered, fond loving memories, our heart and prayers go out to Pauline, Alex and Sarita God bless and keep you safe always, From Hugh Carol Jade, Cameron and Travis xx
Posted by Luis Enrique Sánchez Rod... on April 15, 2021
Dear Moses,
All your friends in Cuba are going to miss your joy of living. Thank you for sharing so many beautiful moments with us. Wherever you are, the party will not miss.
May God bless your soul, dear friend and be with you forever. Amen.
Your Cuban friend,
Kiki
Posted by E E on April 15, 2021
We the Elwin's have known Moses and Pauline from the beginning, actually Before the beginning the Mais and Elwin family became one, so when Moses became one with Pauline it was as if he had always been there. You see he knew a good thing when he saw her...done deal. So Aunty Enid, Arthur and Cindy, became his extended family. We will miss you Moses. You were larger than life...and Moses Pauline, Alex and Syreeta rest assured that light will forever shine bright in our hearts. PS...Moses while you with TMH give him a break occasionally from your 'jokes'. Be seeing Ya
Posted by Natasha Tarachand on April 15, 2021
My deepest condolences to Aunty Pauline, Sarita and Alex. May God give you all the support, strength and courage to face this difficult time in your lives.

Bro Moses was my one of my first cousins. Actually he is THE first cousin, as he was the eldest on my mom’s side. I remember when he would come to NY on holiday and after arriving from the airport, one of the first things he made a priority to do was come and pinch up my cheeks and nose. I used to pretend I was asleep so he wouldn’t do it, but he did anyway. “Get up Flatt-ay” he would say. Even though I did not like that, I let him rock, because I knew for the rest of his vacation here, that meant 100% fun everyday, all day. As a child I can remember him always doing everything he could to make sure we had fun and were always laughing. He took us everywhere, bought us anything we wanted, sheltered my little feelings whenever I was in them. He always made me feel very loved and that no one could ever do or say anything to upset me without him standing up for my little rights. Although he loved me so much, there was one sibling of mine that always was #1 on his list of favorite people back then. His beloved Joney, my brother. No one could tell him a bad word about Joney...he was always my brother’s biggest fan, public defender and counselor. For those of you who know Joney, let’s just say he was very lucky to have someone like Bro Moses in his corner.

This is just a small part of our life story knowing and growing with Bro Moses. Since his unfortunate passing, I have heard SOOOO many stories, similar to this. Testimonies from young adults and children I haven’t had the pleasure to meet, where Bro Moses always made them feel important, understood, loved and cared for. He always had a way to get on the same level of a child/teenager and make them feel special and important. Someone who has such patience and understanding with children is so blessed. Many of you may know, throughout his life he has fostered the lives of many children. I am sure the lives of those children he has touched have been super blessed. You have to have a special kind of heart to take on that type of responsibility and supply dedication to children who aren’t biologically yours. But I know Bro Moses and I bet he has never made any one of them feel like if they weren’t of his own flesh and blood. So, I don’t care what the doctors diagnose, but I know, as well as may others...his heart has never, ever failed him.

Bro Moses always lived with love in his heart and a smile on his face. He was not Bro Moses if he couldn’t make you laugh. He was always quite the jokester. He always makes the best of any situation. He loved to sing, dance and be merry.

Brother Moses, we will never forget your generous and loving heart. Nor your humor that created laughter to so many individuals around many parts of the world. On my birthday I will surely always remember you. You made us laugh, now you made us cry...fly high until we meet again. We love you Bro Moses. Rest in paradise.

Posted by Lorna Johnson on April 14, 2021
I remember the dance-offs we had at many of the legendary parties, mostly at Aunt Bev's house. Moses was always the instigator of these dance-offs between the youngsters and the oldies where he showed off his dance moves (haha). It didn't matter who won as long as we had many laughs, which we always did. He will be greatly missed. Rest in Peace Brother Mose.
Posted by Christina Truscott on April 14, 2021
Moses and Pauline hosted My husband Gerry and I from Canada at their apartment in Minehead, along with our friend Andy. I wanted to go for a proper afternoon tea. We tried several times but places were closed or we didn’t find the time. One afternoon, Dear Moses, came home from shopping and brought high tea to me. Complete with cream. The only argument occurred when we had to decide if cream or jam went on first. Moses always made me laugh. And could he sing. Gerry had a love/ hate relationship with Moses’s rendition of Guantanamera. We will miss you, my friend. You filled a room with love and laughter.
Posted by Andy Munro on April 13, 2021
I first met Moses & Pauline in Cuba. We repeatedly met at the same hotel and everybody knew Moses. Each time they visited, Moses & Pauline liked to help the hotel staff in many ways; each trip they rented a nearby house for a day or two and organised a party with food, drink & music for the hotel staff and family & friends. They also kindly hosted me and our mutual Canadian friends, Tina & Gerry, at their holiday rental apartment at Minehead, Somerset 4 years ago. We were well fed & watered there too. Moses was a kind & generous man with a heart of gold who will be sadly missed but fondly remembered by everyone he met in Cuba.
Posted by Ruby Prasad on April 13, 2021
My condolences to you and your family.Sorry about your loss.But as you and I know for a fact God gives and He Takes .In Ecclesiastes Chapter 3 it says, there is a TIME for everything,so there is a time for birth and a time for DEATH.God's timing as He is in control of our lives,as no one is.Keepon trusting and believing in His word and He will give you the strength and Faith to on.May God Bless you and Keep you And the entire family in His Love and Care.

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Posted by Dularie Persaud on April 24, 2021
To My Sweet and Wonderful Nephew, Moses Lowton, whom the lord has called him to his eternal home on 18/3/2021. It hurt me so much that I was not there to lift your head and kiss you good bye. I will cherish all those beautiful memories from the day you were born to the day you went home to the Lord. I can never hear that word again "Warriah"! "Why you so stubborn?" Or see that beautiful smile or laughter on your face again. God wants you to come to a place of rest. To quiet your heart. A place of joy to delight your soul.

My deepest sympathy to your loving wife Pauline, Alex, and Sarita. We love you best, but Jesus loves you more. So farewell my loving nephew, until the day of resurrection when soul and body will unite again. May you rest in peace.

Your loving Aunty Dul
Posted by Margaret Gunesh on April 18, 2021
My loving Nephew Moses .         Mose, my wonderful loving Nephew you’re gone from us in the twinkling ⭐️ of an eye, you always go and come back but like Pauline said this time you left and didn’t come back . You’ve lived your life enjoying life it self. You’re generous, and you have a heart ❤️ Of gold. I know if this had happened to anyone whom you love or care about, if you had to fly from London to Japan , to Alaska go on a boat ride a donkey cart , a bicycle what ever it takes for you to get there you would have gotten there , that’s the type of person you are. Very giving , caring you put other people’s needs before your own. Your memories remains in my heart ❤️. You’re in my thoughts I hear you in music you’re every where I turn. You would be proud of Sarita and Alex the love you’ve given them reflects in their love for you. I’m remembering our childhood days, we went to school together, learn to swim together play games together. I remember when granny cooked egg curry, we always switch, I give you all my yokes cause you like yokes and you give me your egg whites cause I don’t like yokes. You Mose have touched many lives in different parts of this world, by departing from this world you’ve left many broken hearts some may never fully mended again. In Corinthians it is written: If I have prophetic powers and understand all mysteries and all knowledge, if I have faith so as to remove mountains, but have not loved, I am nothing. If I give away all I have and if I deliver my body to be burned but have not loved, I gain nothing. Mose you’ve proven your love by your deeds and actions towards people and not just family many strangers in different parts of this world you’ve touched many many lives. We’re always closely connected, even though we’re in different worlds now it doesn’t separate us and it never will . I know the lord has restored you with your mum and those that have taken this journey before you, for it is written ( for the soul to be absent from the body is to be present with the father) . What a wonderful journey with the angels who were waiting to escort you to your love ones who are waiting your arrival. What a wonderful reunion that must have been. You’re always in my thoughts, in my heart ❤️ you’re the best (past , present and future )and you will remain the best , no one will ever take your place. My eyes are tearful it’s hard to believe I’m writing this about you Mose . I will not say goodbye , I’ll say farewell to my loving nephew God be with you till we meet again at Jesus feet . I love ❤️ you. Dear Pauline, Sarita and Alex , my thoughts, prayers and my love are with you I pray that God will give you all the strength and faith day by day and that he will rap his arms around you and keep you in his tender loving care . I love ❤️ you ✝️
Posted by simon jagroo on April 16, 2021
Oh Moses.....Moses.....Moses, I miss him so much even though we hadn't seen or spoken to each other in over 25 years until a few weeks ago, but nothing would ever change between us. It was just like yesterday.
From the moment we made contact again a few weeks ago it was as it had always been .....brothers always.......my big brother.
Since that fateful day that Pauline gave me the awful news, he has not left my mind and all the memories came flooding back and will never leave me again.

I look at pictures of him and I am still in disbelief. I wish we could've got together just one more time...... but isn't that always the way ? We always want just one more get together and with Moses we would want it to go on and on and on ! That feeling that we all had when we were with him defines the man he was........The life and soul of those times.

May God bless him and keep him.

Love you always Moses.

Si, Ali & Lydia xxx
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Shared by Dion Jagroo on April 17, 2021
Moses, 

Thank you for your time here and the gift of love and play you gave all. The memories of you are from my childhood and I felt a humble and safe energy from you. It seems you knew what was meaningful in life and this moment allows me to reflect on what’s truly important in my life. 
That is, looking at what I’m grateful for, and how I can serve others in my life. And writing this message proves to me, that life is really about the uniting power of Love. Thanks for this gift. 
Enjoy Freedom! 
Peace and Love. 

Dion (Mulki), Kiri & Family 


Love you My Brother ML

Shared by Zee Bacchus on April 15, 2021
Moses, is My Brother from another Mother... This amzing man was full of unconditional LOVE. Transparent, authentic and the biggest heart. His charm and generosity endless.  We rekindled our relationship a few short weeks ago, (I moved to Orlando Florida in 1996) I was so excited to hear from him, we planned to meet later in the year. However, God has our life's journey maped out. I will never forget our last conversation, filled with laughter, reminising about old days, cricket, pool, just getting up and going on a trip without a plan. 
This is not good bye ML, it's fairwell until....

May your journey home be beautiful...
Love you ...
Peter, Berry and Zoila Bacchus

Simply the BEST

Shared by Yorty Isaac on April 13, 2021
I wish I would have known him years earlier, or at least the first time he came to our Hotel. Could not imagine such a big heart in such a wonderful person. All people I know could only speak well on him, always worried about people's needs and sharing that big smile.When you heard him smile, the only thing you could do was smile as well. A very passionate man, OH God, it is not easy to talk about him without filling my eyes with tears.
I can picture him laughing, singing, dancing and making jokes
We were planning to sing as a duo once he were here at Memories Jibacoa, next April, in the Piano Bar.
I could not understand why he has to leave so soon, God has his purposes, but we all want him to be in earth a little longer.
Keep on singing Moses, I miss you lots and please stand by us