David Moya, 59, of Jersey City, passed away on March 26, 2020.
Born to Bernadina Torres and Prudencio Moya on April 5, 1960, David grew to be a loving and faithful husband, son, brother, and uncle to his family and a caring heart to those he served in the Jersey City Housing Authority where he worked for many years. Devoted to his faith and community, David was a fixture in his church and would pray for and help those in need and took time to show his thankfulness for all he enjoyed in life. He was blessed with a creative passion and loved to play his saxophone, trumpet, or guitar, as well as taking time outdoors riding his bike or going fishing. David’s faith as a Christian taught him that all is possible through God, which he reflected in helping others and in his favorite phrase, “Que Dios Te Bendiga” – God Bless You. David’s joy in life was like a light to all around him, lighting the way for others, a beacon of God’s love in the world.
As David joins his ancestors in the loving embrace of God, his memory will be honored by the many who love him including his devoted wife of 23 years, Dora Moya, his beloved parents, his dear step-father Santiago Alba, his beloved brothers, Edwin Moya, Saul Moya, and Jose Moya, his cherished nieces and nephews including, Melissa Moya, Janice Lopez, Niurka Moya, Edwin Moya Jr., Michael Moya, and Sebastian Moya as well as countless aunts, uncles, cousins, and his beloved church family.
Services for David will be private. When information becomes available on public gatherings to celebrate David’s life, this page will be updated with that information.