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In memory of
Morris "Moe" Carson
Morris "Moe" Carson Morris "Moe" Carson passed away on December 20, 2019, at his home in Palm Desert, at the age of 100. Moe was born on September 9, 1919 to Chaim and Nunyeh Kuzminier Carson in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. Moe lived a very full life. He was a member of the Royal Canadian Ballet and an Artist's Model until leaving Canada at 19. Moving to New York he formed a Vaudeville Acrobatic Act called The Jaywalkers and appeared on the Ed Sullivan Show 7 times in 1 year, among many other appearances over the next 20 years. In between he married the love of his life, Adele Marks, to whom he was married for 67 wonderful years. He left Vaudeville and moved to LA, where he worked at Warner Bros. Studio as a Projectionist for 20 years. Retiring and moving to the desert, he then worked as a Personal Trainer at Golds Gym for almost 20 years. Moe broke 2 world records, in his 90's, one for Pull Ups and one for Dead Lifts, both in the 70-year-old or older category. Moe owned several gyms in New York and Las Vegas and was a passionate and lifelong Motorcycle Enthusiast. He was a loyal friend to so many and a devoted husband and father. Moe is survived by his only child, Elizabeth Carson. He was preceded in death by his wife, Adele in 2018, his sister Rita, his brother Ike and his parents. There will be a celebration of his life January 31, 2020, at Indian Springs Clubhouse, 49305 Highway 74, Palm Desert, CA, at 1:00pm. And, special thanks and love to Michael Chamberlain, who was so important and showed such love and devotion to Moe.
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In memory of
Morris "Moe" Carson
Morris "Moe" Carson Morris "Moe" Carson passed away on December 20, 2019, at his home in Palm Desert, at the age of 100. Moe was born on September 9, 1919 to Chaim and Nunyeh Kuzminier Carson in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. Moe lived a very full life. He was a member of the Royal Canadian Ballet and an Artist's Model until leaving Canada at 19. Moving to New York he formed a Vaudeville Acrobatic Act called The Jaywalkers and appeared on the Ed Sullivan Show 7 times in 1 year, among many other appearances over the next 20 years. In between he married the love of his life, Adele Marks, to whom he was married for 67 wonderful years. He left Vaudeville and moved to LA, where he worked at Warner Bros. Studio as a Projectionist for 20 years. Retiring and moving to the desert, he then worked as a Personal Trainer at Golds Gym for almost 20 years. Moe broke 2 world records, in his 90's, one for Pull Ups and one for Dead Lifts, both in the 70-year-old or older category. Moe owned several gyms in New York and Las Vegas and was a passionate and lifelong Motorcycle Enthusiast. He was a loyal friend to so many and a devoted husband and father. Moe is survived by his only child, Elizabeth Carson. He was preceded in death by his wife, Adele in 2018, his sister Rita, his brother Ike and his parents. There will be a celebration of his life January 31, 2020, at Indian Springs Clubhouse, 49305 Highway 74, Palm Desert, CA, at 1:00pm. And, special thanks and love to Michael Chamberlain, who was so important and showed such love and devotion to Moe.
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Friday, Jan 31
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Indian Springs Clubhouse
49305 Highway 74, Palm Desert, CA 92260
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