Cole Moser Death, Obituary – Cole Moser, who had recently turned seven years old and had been a Mighty-Mite at The Academy with a Gold Belt, passed tragically suddenly. His death came as a shock to everyone. We deliver you this piece of news with a heavy heart because we know it will upset you. It’s been more than three years since Cole joined our team for the first time. He was really reserved, but being in this environment inspired him to break out of his shell and engage in conversation with other people.
When he first started breaking boards, he had a lot of worry about doing it, but we think that eventually it became one of his favorite things to do even though he initially had a lot of fear about it. Cole was reserved and didn’t talk much, but he more than made up for it with the amount of effort he put in. In fact, he more than made up for it. This more than made up for the reserved manner in which he carried himself.
Everyone appreciated working with Cole since he was so determined to improve his technique for the entirety of the session, and he was eager to do so. Cole has been talking more, being more involved, and telling Mr. Swenk about his day at school, as Mr. Swenk, who spent the most time working with Cole, has noted recently. Since recently, Cole has been telling Mr. Swenk about his day at school.
My family and all of us here at Black Belt would like to send our deepest condolences to Andy and Sheena, his parents, as well as to the rest of his family and friends who knew and loved him. We are very sorry for your loss. We are all broken in every way imaginable, and the shards of our existence may be found all over the place.