The family of “The Walking Dead” star Moses J. Moseley has created the perfect way to honor the actor’s legacy by starting a scholarship in his name.
Moses’ sister, Teera Kimbro, tells TMZ … the MJM3 Fitness Scholarship came to be after she read the actor’s journal after his passing. He had 5 goals written down for the year — buy a condo, create a cartoon series, go to Germany for his birthday, start a fitness t-shirt brand, and create a scholarship.
She tells us Moses did a survey in college, trying to determine if student debt was a source of depression among college kids … giving him the idea to create a scholarship and help with students’ mental health.
After learning about his goal, Teera knew the idea had to live on, which is when the MJM3 fund was created — the “3” comes from him being the 3rd child in the family.
The scholarship through Bold.org will provide 3 qualifying high school seniors or undergrads with $1,000 each to go towards their tuition. His family knows Moses would be proud that his legacy is making a difference in the world.
As we reported, Moses’ body was found in his car back in January, and cops in Georgia started investigating his death as a possible suicide … the cause of death couldn’t be determined, however … according to his death certificate.