John H. Moses, Jr. ’60

John H. Moses, Jr. ’60 died on February 5, 2020, in Richmond, Virginia.

(The following was published by The Richmond Times-Dispatch on February 7, 2020)

John Herrick Moses Jr. passed away peacefully on February 5, 2020.

Born in New York City, John spent his early childhood ranging the Andes Mountains in Peru. He graduated from Little Rock Central High School and Bowdoin College.

He had a lifelong passion for the works of Rudolph Steiner and endeavored to cultivate the growth of Waldorf education. He helped grow Waldorf schools in New York and Washington, D.C., before playing a significant role in the founding of The Waldorf School in Richmond.

He is survived by his children, Christopher Herrick Moses, Dawn Sophia Moses; his grandson, Quinn Herrick Moses; and partner, Terry Gene Shelton; as well as his brother, Alfred Conrad Moses; and his sister, The Rev. Margaret Ann Moses Gat.

1 Comment John H. Moses, Jr. ’60

  1. William Bowman '60

    How many students would write a sonnet for an English term paper?

    It didn’t go over well but that was John’s individuality.

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