THIS WEBSITE WAS CREATED IN MEMORY OF OUR LOVING DAUGHTER, GRAND DAUGHTER, SISTER, AUNT, NIECE, COUSIN AND FRIEND.
A MESSAGE FROM
Born in Nashville, TN
Karmyn Amaris Hope Moseley was born into a family that wrapped her with an abundance of love.
She leaves to cherish her memory, parents: Ronald and Charasma Moseley; siblings, Karon (Lauren) and Corey Moseley; and a host of family and friends.
On March 13, 2022, Karmyn had been traveling back home from Orange Beach, AL with her mother and sister-in-law. They were involved in a multi-vehicle crash on I-65 in Lowndes County caused by rear end collision from an 18 wheeler. Seven people were injured and Karmyn died at the scene.
Affectionately called "Woo Woo"
by her parents, she was so bubbly, kind, helpful, respectful and intuitive. She was very detail-oriented and never forgot a face. Once you've met "Woo Woo", you were guaranteed to have your day brightened by her big infectious smile. Karmyn was so excited when she made the Nashville Classical basketball team and became a Lady Cougar as a 6th grader. When Karmyn was not shooting hoops, she was exploring many other hobbies and interests. She was a proud member of the Madison Community Center Step team where she led in practices by teaching other team members moves that she quickly learned. As a creative, she loved to sketch, cook, and complete
science projects. Most of all, she loved to crawl into her bed and read a good book. Her love for words, made her a
tough competitor in Scrabble and other board games. Karmyn was introduced to dance at Boombox Dance Studio and later became a master of the latest TikTok trends with her mom and brothers. At six years old she began volunteering at Pink Glitter Thrift Boutique, a non- profit business dedicated to spreading breast cancer awareness. Her dad taught her to
value money and learn ways to create opportunities to earn money. Feeding her entrepreneurial spirit, she started her own press-on nail business, Shop Hope Nails. Divinely guided, Karmyn gave her life to Christ on January
5, 2020, at Mt. Zion Baptist Church.
Karmyn was wise beyond her years. She came up with her own quotes, her favorite being:
"My intelligence makes the skin that I'm in."