About Bob Moses
Bob Moses was a very respected and talented American educator and Activist. his full real name was Robert Parris Moses. He was best known for Freedom Summer; Algebra Project. He was born on January 23, 1935, in Harlem, New York, United States.
Bob Moses Cause of Death
At the age of 86, he was died on July 25, 2021, in Hollywood, Florida, USA. probably, he died naturally. having said that, The cause of death is yet to come and hasn’t been made available by officials yet. Update – (July 26, 2021)
Bob Moses Wife & Children
Bob was a married man who had a very beautiful and supportive wife named Janet Jemmott Moses with whom he got married in the year 1968. Before Janet, previously he was married to Dona Richards but later in the year 1966 they divorced.
His second wife Janet Jemmott Moses is a civil rights activist. They have altogether seven grandchildren and five children named Maisha Moses, Malaika Moses, Saba Moses, Omo Moses, and Taba Moses.
Bob Moses completed his formal education by attending Hamilton College (B.A. 1956) and Harvard University (A.M.). He also published books some of them are Radical Equations and Radical Equations.
Wealth & Net Worth
Talking about Bob Moses‘s wealth and net worth, he never disclosed any detail regarding his wealth, income, and revenue. however, according to our research, At the time of his death, His total net worth was estimated to be roughly around $500,000 USD.
Biography & Wiki Quick Summary
|Full Real Name||Robert Parris Moses|
|Age||86 years old (at the time of his death)|
|Height||Around 5 feet and 8 inches|
|Birthplace||Harlem, New York, United States|
|Date of Birth (Birthday) 🎂||January 23, 1935|
|Date of Death (Deathday)||July 25, 2021|
|Death Location||Hollywood, Florida, USA|
|Net Worth (at the time of his death) 💲||IN Review (Roughly around $500K)|
|Income/Earnings/Salary 💲||In Review|
|Education Qualification 🎓||Graduated|
|School/college 🏫||Harvard University (A.M.)|
|Wife Name||Dona Richards (ex) and Janet Jemmott Moses|
|Children||Maisha Moses, Omo Moses, Taba Moses, Malaika Moses, and Saba Moses.|
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