In memory of
Moshe Baroz was born in Tel Aviv, Israel where he spent the first 40 years of his life. There he served in the Israel Defense Forces and cared for his siblings, mother, father, and their family store.
He then moved to the United States where he started a family of his own. He was very much in touch with his Orthodox Jewish religion. He was a professional painter and owner of his own painting business. Most importantly, he had a heart of gold. With this heart of gold, he raised, loved, helped, supported, and cared for not only his own three biological children (Benjamin Bar-oz, Honnah Schiemann, Emily Bar-oz), their children (Mylah Tye, Austin Kraker, Aubrielle Schiemann), the child his wife already had when he met her (John Bar-oz), and even the children his wife had after they divorced (George Holliday and Angel Parrack). Moshe was known for giving to others until he had nothing left for himself and doing so made him very happy. Objects and money were not important to him, but knowing that everyone was happy and taken care of, that is what was important.
He was "Strong like Bull". "He was a good man. Not only was he my father but he was my best friend," said his son Benjamin Bar-oz. Moshe Baroz's spirit will rest in Heaven yet live on through his children, grandchildren, and siblings. He has family/relatives in every part of the world, especially in Israel and they will also miss him very much.
Family will receive guests (all are welcome) at the ceremony which will be held Wednesday, February 14, 2018 at 2pm at Busch Funeral Home, 114 Second Street, Elyria, OH 44035. The burial will take place afterwards at Agudath Achim Jewish Cemetery on Telegraph Road, Amherst, OH 44001 and all are welcome. The family requests any donations to be made to www.jewishoberlin.com or any Jewish charity in the name of Moshe Baroz. We love you Saba Moshe. May you finally have found total peace and happiness in heaven with God. Please watch over us and be with us always. www.buschcares.com
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