The sudden death of George Moisey gave us all a great shock. There were not many in the parish who were better known or held in more esteem. He had been Clerk and Sexton for 38 years, and his familiar figure will be greatly missed. He was most regular and conscientious in carrying out his duties. Nothing ever seemed to be too much trouble, and he put in many hours of unrequited work for the church he loved so well. Those that knew him best were conscious of his sincere faith and were aware that his work was done not with eye service as a man pleaser, but as a servant of Christ doing the will of God from the heart.
Published in the April 1948 Parish Magazine.