Leading Lady Barbara Jean Stokes Mosley, the baby daughter of the late Rebecca (Doll) Stokes and Wilson Jenkins, was born on December 19, 1958 in Colleton County. On Wednesday, January 19, 2022, God dispatched His Angel of Mercy to The Regional Medical Center, Orangeburg, SC to bring His good and faithful servant home after a long battle of health ailments.
She was a 1976 graduate of Ruffin High School. She was adopted into the class of 1975 with her childhood sweetheart Mikle Mosley. She attended the Technical College of the Low Country to obtain a degree in social work and business management.
She was employed by Vestor Manufactory, as a seamstress, for numerous years. She later started working for Lowcountry Community Action Agency, Walterboro, SC as an assistant for many years.
Leading Lady Mosley was a member of Harvey Chapel Baptist Church, St. George, SC. She was fully committed to God. She loved and adored everyone. She accepted Christ many years ago and continued her commitment to God while serving as the Leading Lady of the Mt. Pisgah Baptist Church, Reevesville, SC where her husband, the late Pastor Mikle Mosley, served as the under shepherd preaching the gospel.
She was joined in holy matrimony to her high school sweetheart, Mikle Mosley. To this union four children were born.
She enjoyed praising God and spreading the love of God wherever she went. Her smile would brighten up a room, whenever she entered. She loved her children and grandchildren so dearly. Her favorite saying was “The Blood of Jesus”. To know her was to love her. She was an amazing woman of God and the world’s greatest mother and nana.
Leading Lady Mosley was preceded in death by her siblings, Mazell Lawton, Lottie Mae Cobbs, Hattie Lee Stokes, Benjamin Stokes, Bennie Jenkins and Wilson Jenkins.
She leaves to cherish her love and memories, two amazing sons, Michael (Patriese) Mosley and Daquan Mosley both of Walterboro, SC; two loving daughters, Dellaine Mosley and Tamika Stokes-Mosley both of Walterboro, SC; ten outstanding grandchildren, Amani Shepherd, Jeremiah Mosley, Kh’Mya Mosley, Shada’ Jenkins, Kimora Mosley, Titorean Holmes, Silas Holmes, Sa’Veonn Stephens, Legend Mosley and Teagan Mosley; eight sisters, Rosella Stokes and Debra (Davy) Williams both of Walterboro, SC, Janet Stokes of Hampton, SC, Ruthann Linder and Mazie Stokes both of Smoaks, SC, Bessie Jenkins and Devbra Ann Scott both of Summerville, SC and Dorothy (Theodore) Hollingsworth of Columbia, SC; two brothers, Charles (Tanya) Stokes of Enterprise, Al and Charlie (Dorothy) Stokes of Smoaks, SC; sisters-in-law, Georgia Jenkins, Doann Mosley and Janet Mosley all of Smoaks, SC, Mae Jenkins of Walterboro, SC, Hattie (Alfred) Chisolm of Summerville, SC and Elouise Mosley of Rowesville, SC; one aunt, Aunt Francis Jenkins of Smoaks, SC; a special god-daughter, Lakeesha Green of New York, two loving god-sons whom she adored so much and a host of many nieces, nephews, other family members, friends, adopted daughters, and sons.