Del RaeDolores Talley Moskowitz
FromJune 29, 1930      ToApril 13, 2012
Dolores ‘Del Rae’ Moskowitzbegan life in Montgomery, Alabama on June 29, 1930. Shewas the daughter of Henry Clinton Talley...
There is no way to completely tell of all the lives Dolorestouched. She was a school teacher, mentor and friend. Shewas th...
including 5 Grammy nominations, in which Stevie Wonderwas a fellow nominee in one of the categories.Even through the excit...
HERstory   Briefly In Pictures
Singing at age 16
Keeping the Children Safe
Mom's memorial presentation
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  1. 1. Del RaeDolores Talley Moskowitz
  2. 2. FromJune 29, 1930 ToApril 13, 2012
  3. 3. Dolores ‘Del Rae’ Moskowitzbegan life in Montgomery, Alabama on June 29, 1930. Shewas the daughter of Henry Clinton Talley, II and Missie DelTrammell Talley. She was known as ‘Sister’ to her siblingsHenry Clinton, II, Jacqueline Juliette and Favonia Faye.At an early age it was known that Dolores was not just anordinary person destined for ordinary things. She began tosing almost as soon as she began to speak. Her mothersaid, “When Dolores went away with the church and welistened on the radio, I could hear her voice booming overthe others. I knew that it was ‘Sister’ singing.”
  4. 4. There is no way to completely tell of all the lives Dolorestouched. She was a school teacher, mentor and friend. Shewas the first African American female school patrol officerin Montgomery, Alabama. In the city of New York, she wasa supervisor for the Department of Human Services in theChild Abuse and Neglect Department. When the heartacheof seeing children in these sometimes excruciatinglymisfortunate situations got to be too much for her, sheresigned her position and followed her passion to serveothers in the world of music.Del Rae sang all over the world from Belgium, France,Mexico, Canada to home in the United States. She hasreceived many honors and tributes throughout the years,
  5. 5. including 5 Grammy nominations, in which Stevie Wonderwas a fellow nominee in one of the categories.Even through the excitement of entertaining, Del Rae,remained faithful to her family. She was a lifelongcompanion to Seymour L. Moskowitz and mother toRonald, Robert, Valerie and Bruce. She was dedicated toher family. Even during her recent and final battle, youcould hear her saying more than once, “I’ve got to staystrong for my children. I don’t want them to see me weak.”She was a fighter to the end. We miss you Mom. Your children, Ronnie, Bobby, Bruce and Valerie
  6. 6. HERstory Briefly In Pictures
  7. 7. Singing at age 16
  8. 8. Keeping the Children Safe

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