Mohammad "Moe" Rezvan

Born: Mon., May 18, 1942
Died: Mon., Oct. 23, 2017


Graveside Service

Location: Ellenton Cemetery


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Mohammad Rezvan, 75, of Virginia, passed away peacefully of complications from leukemia, attended by loved ones. Mohammad, known as “Moe,” was born in Rasht, Iran, son of Mustafa and Khanoma Kayhani Rezvan.  At an early age, he developed an entrepreneurial flair, which later developed into his well regarded fabric business in Washington DC. His recent years were spent in semi-retirement, travel, hiking, and enjoyment of nature with his beloved wife of 38 years, Brenda. Moe was well known for his serious work ethic and his commitment to his extended family, but his mischievous sense of humor, his curious joy at the simplest of God’s creations, his generosity, and his “sayings” will always be remembered and appreciated by all who knew him well. Surviving is his wife Brenda (Bagley), his brother Ali, his nephews Amir Hussein and Amir Abbas, his niece Maryam, several great nieces and nephews, special in-laws Roberta and John Barrows, as well as numerous cousins, life-long friends, and in-laws. He was predeceased by his parents and by his sister Fatima, “Moogie.” Family and friends will celebrate Moe’s life privately. Burial will be at Ellenton Cemetery in Ellenton.  The family is being assisted by Pepper Funeral Home 578 Springbrook Dr. Canton.

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Greg
   Posted Sun October 29, 2017
My deepest heartfelt sympathy goes out to you Brenda.....Moe will always be an important part of my life. Eternal be his memory.....

Tami Trostle
   Posted Thu November 02, 2017
Brenda, Were so sorry for your loss. Your in our thoughts and prayers.

Debbie Timerman
   Posted Fri November 03, 2017
Brenda,
Sending my deepest condolences to you in your time of sorrow. So happy you had the time for him to see most of his wishes met and carried out. Sending prayers and much love.
I am sure he will be missed by many.
Debbie

Paulette Braunbeck
   Posted Fri November 03, 2017
Brenda, I am so sorry to hear about your great loss. Our prayers are with you in hopes you will have a smooth transition period. We are here to help.

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