Charles L. Moses, 60, staffer at Penn

Charles L. Moses
Charles L. Moses
Posted: October 21, 2012

Charles Lawrence "Larry" Moses, 60, of Philadelphia, a program coordinator at the University of Pennsylvania who enjoyed directing, producing, and acting in community theater shows, died Sunday, Oct. 14, of complications of heart disease at Park Pleasant Nursing Home & Rehab Center in West Philadelphia.

Mr. Moses worked in the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Affairs at the university, a position he had held since 1996.

Before coming to Penn, Mr. Moses worked in human services, holding positions at Cheyney University, the Glen Mills Schools, Devereaux, and Wordsworth Academy.

He also worked in local theater as an actor, director, and producer in more than 100 productions.

He also was a manager and emcee for the Unknown Step Team, a group that performs tightly choreographed moves long associated with African American fraternities and sororities.

Mr. Moses is survived by a brother, Dyctis Moses of Pikeville, Md.; and a sister, Ann Elise Moses of Cheyney, Pa.

A celebration of life was scheduled for 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 24, at the University of Pennsylvania's Irvine Auditorium, 3401 Walnut St., Philadelphia.


Contact Vernon Clark at 215-854-5717 or vclark@phillynews.com.

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