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Linden F Moe, Jr.
February 16, 1979 ~ December 18, 2023 (age 44) 44 Years Old
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Linden F. Moe, Jr. was born on February 16, 1979 to Linden Moe, Sr. and the late Elcyna Bell in Brooklyn, N.Y. He was blessed to be able to spend the first few years of his life traveling back and forth from Brooklyn to California with his parents.
Linden was then raised in East New York, Brooklyn with his mother, his siblings, Tiara E. Moe, Sayquan Bell, Keith Bell, and his late step-father Kenneth Bell. As a child, he attended Grace Christian Elementary School before moving on to junior high school at Philippa Schuyler School for the Gifted and Talented. He began his high school education at Transit Tech High School in East New York and continued it at Bennett High School in Buffalo, New York, where he resided with his cousin Mario Hawkins for some time. He then moved back to New York and joined his family in relocating to Woodbridge, NJ where he graduated from Woodbridge High School in 1997.
Shortly after graduating from high school, he met the love of his life Lisa and began his beautiful family with the birth of their first daughter Alexsia. As a young father, Linden began his passion for real estate where he worked tirelessly to start his first business of flipping houses in Trenton, NJ. He loved that so much he went to school to get a license to become a real estate agent in the state of New Jersey. While pursuing his career and building his business, Linden continued to build his family with the births of his other two children, his son Xzavier, and second daughter Jazmine. For all who knew Linden, you know how much his family meant to him.
Linden's passion for real estate led him to eventually become co-owner of America's Elite Real Estate in Jersey City, NJ. Linden loved traveling with his family, spending time with "The 4 Horsemen" (himself, Anton, Dwight, and Amani), and he especially enjoyed spending quality time with the loves of his life, his grandchildren, Nevaeh and Nazir. Linden had a huge heart and personality to match, being the life of the party at all times. There was never a dull moment with him around and he will be missed tremendously, by not only his loved ones but also everyone who was blessed to have crossed paths with him.
Preceding Linden in death are his grandparents, Godfrey Hawkins, Elaine Hawkins, Donald Moe, and Gwendoline Moe; his great uncle, William Baldwin; his great aunts, Joyce Baldwin and Esther Byrd; and his cousin, Talia Hawkins.
He leaves behind to cherish his loving memories, his father, Linden Moe, Sr.; fiance, Lisa Dutka; three children, Alexsia Moe, Xzavier Moe, and Jazmine Moe; his sister and brothers, Tiara E. Moe, Sayquan Bell, Keith Bell, and Maxx Hawkins; grandchildren, Neveah & Nazir Anderson; his nephew Misiael Hawkins; uncles Marcus Hawkins, Franklin Moe, Sr., and Hemsley Moe; aunts, Sandra Moe, Gale Moe, and Myrna Moe; great-aunt, Jean Persol; brother-in-law, Dwight Blackmond, son-in-law, Ibin Anderson; and a host of cousins, extended family, colleagues, and friends.