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D: 2017-11-27
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Isaiah Moon
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Isaiah S. Moon
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Condolence From: Carolyn Seefer
Condolence: Isaiah was a student in my Applied Accounting class this semester at Diablo Valley College. Even though this was an online class, Isaiah made his mark. He was active, involved, and a wonderful contributor to our online discussions. I always looked forward to his postings, as did his classmates. He was well liked and well respected in this class by all. During one of our discussions, he shared with us his passion for business, and he was taking this class to determine if perhaps he would pursue a career in accounting. Based on his performance in the class, he would have been successful had he chosen this career path.

I and the rest of his classmates are so saddened to hear of Isaiah's passing, and our online classroom seems empty without him. Please know that our thoughts are prayers are with his family.

Professor Carolyn Seefer
Friday December 08, 2017
Condolence From: Berwin Yuan
Condolence: Isaiah moved in to the room next to mine. We both had our doors open so we quickly got to know each other and would just talk to each other across the hall. Although I wasn’t the closest with Isaiah, we did spend a lot of good, personal times together. Besides getting me hooked on The Boondocks and inspiring me to write my final paper on it, we would always be playing Mario Strikers together. It would at least be him, Anna, and me. Every now and then someone else would join in, but we 3 always dominated. I remember how we’d also get DP Dough together every Wednesday night. There was also the time the 5 of us went out sporadically at midnight to watch the screening of Captain America: Civil War. Even when I said I would cover for everyone’s ticket, he looked at me weird and told me how ridiculous I was. Even when he could have easily the free ticket, he was looking out for me. My fondest memory is representative of how selfless and supportive he was. When one of my friends needed help and I didn’t think I could help him alone, Isaiah quickly joined me and we spent the next few hours, in the middle of the night, on a strange adventure. Isaiah was always smiling and laughing. Whenever he’d be playing LoL with the other guys, he’d get so hype. I can still remember waking up to him screaming “We boosting now!” He had so many trademark sayings and that tilt he does with his head, too. Isaiah was a fantastic friend, always hyping me up, I still remember when he’d tell people about “the bartender of 4S.” Don’t even get me started on whenever he talks about Call of Duty Zombies. He’ll always talk about the time the two of us stayed up and got past round 42ish and I made a stupid mistake, costing us the entire game. That night was so crazy! Since that, we got 4S on a huge Zombies addiction and a bunch of people would be trying to break our record. Isaiah and I have shared so many fantastic memories now that I think about it. But I do wish I had gotten to be even closer to him than we already were. I missed my buddy and we tried to stay in contact. Isaiah’s laughter was so contagious and helped boost my mood during rough times. Upon reflection, he definitely has had a huge, positive impact on my college life. I’m so grateful to have met him.
Friday December 08, 2017
Condolence From: Elijah Boswell
Condolence: To all family and loved ones,
My name is Elijah Boswell and I go to University of Maryland. I met Isaiah when he moved in a few rooms down the hall from me spring semester freshman year. We pretty quickly became friends and hung out together, mainly playing video games-he always beat me in Madden! But more importantly, he was always smiling and laughing, and the fact that he was so funny had him making really close friends with me and other dorm mates.
We weren't as close at the time that we left Maryland, but I wanted to express how good of a person he was when we first met. He was always so happy, and he quickly became an indispensable part of our friend group.
I just wanted to let you know, even despite the pain of losing him, what a great person Isaiah was, and I am so blessed to have known him.
With sympathy, and God Bless,
-Elijah Boswell
Thursday December 07, 2017