Eingedi Ann Moshe was born Iona Snow in Columbus, Ohio on February 13, 1961. She was one of three children born to the late Ulysses Leroy Snow and Edith Mae Snow. Eingedi departed this life on Sunday, September 1, 2019.
At age six, after the death of her parents, she and her siblings moved to Cincinnati, Ohio to live with her uncle and aunt, Arthur and Martha Knox, both of whom preceded her in death.
Eingedi adored her Aunt Martha as evidenced by the fact that throughout her life, she quoted life lessons that she learned from her. She shared these lessons eagerly and with fond memories with her friends.
As a teenager, Eingedi worked at a restaurant owned by her uncle and aunt called K&K Bar-B-Que. This experience instilled a work ethic that prepared her for and extensive career at the City of Cincinnati Metropolitan Sewer District where she worked for 28½ years as a Plant Operator II until her death.
Eingedi was a member of the Hebrew Israelite religious group, sometimes called “Black Jews”, since the age of 14. It was through this membership that she met and married the late Morris Ben Moshay in 1980. No children were born to this union.
Eingedi was full of life. She enjoyed movies, shopping and hanging out with friends. Eingedi loved her family and showed it in ways large and small.
Her life-long friends became sisters and brothers. These close friends were all made to feel that they were her best friend. And to them, she was an advisor, counselor, social advocate, supporter and REAL sister friend. It was clear that to Eingedi, she had enough love to go around. She will be remembered for her unique and independent personality. Eingedi was the life of the party and knew no strangers.
Eingedi leaves to cherish her memory: one sister, Izeta Snow; one brother, Ulysses L. Snow (Pam) (preceded her in death); a niece, Lutonda Snow, a nephew, Ulysses L. Snow, Jr., a nephew, Tinnagee Snow and a niece, Marquita (Antuan) Cannon; and a host of family and friends.
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