He had a grin that told on him. It was mischievous and held the secrets of the universe, or at least his part of it. Dominick Kitsap Moses was everything you could want in a boy. Born on July 16, 2007 to Louie Moses Sr. and Weonona Matz, he was one half of a much-loved pair. He and his twin brother Addarius rushed into the world early, weighing under two pounds, and though they fought valiantly together only Dominick was able to stay. He was quickly swept up into the arms of his adoptive mother Sarah Moses and loved unconditionally every day of his thirteen years. Growing up among family on the Muckleshoot Reservation, Dominick’s world was filled with games, the outdoors, and always that secret smile. Dom loved to crack jokes and watch as the faces around him broke into smiles that spread like wildfire. He was like that- quick to love, share, and give of himself. Spending time with the people he enjoyed most, creating culinary magic in the kitchen, and standing along the water’s edge fishing with his brothers, uncles, and dad, were what Dom put his heart into. He was gifted with the ability to put others at ease. People wanted to be around him, talk to him, share that big smile. The best little kid/adult conversations that were ever had come from Dom and his quick mind. They will be well and truly missed. On December 7, 2020 Dominick left us all behind to embark on a great adventure through unseen lands. He goes onward to crack jokes with his twin brother Addarius, his uncle Earl, grandparents Thelma and Cecil Moses, and all those who journeyed into the beyond before him. Here to remember his smile are his parents Louie Moses Sr., Sarah Moses, and Weonona Matz; siblings Jakobe Moses, Riley Moses, Anita Mitchel, Janika Mitchell, Ramzee Mitchell, Juan Romero, Suzanne Rodrigues, Jaulice Moses, Maggie Moses, Angie Moses, Vonna Moses, Louie Moses Jr., Cecil Rodarte, Shianna Savoie, Dylan Schweiger, Jazmine Arvizu, Angel Arvizu, Guenavive Arvizu, Briana Arvizu, Wenona Arvizu, Tomas Evangelista, and Wilki Teo; along with numerous aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends.
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