ATLANTA (February 16, 2017) | Sen. Burt Jones (R – Jackson) recognized former University of Georgia teammate and friend, Quentin Moses, with a moment of silence in the Senate chamber on February, 15, 2017. Moses died February 12 in a house fire at his home in Monroe, Georgia.
“Quentin Moses was the epitome of a caring, compassionate and selfless leader,” said Sen. Jones. “I am extremely saddened by his untimely passing and will continue to keep his family, and the family of Andria and Jasmine Godard, in my prayers during this difficult time. Quentin certainly left an impact on everyone he met. He served as an excellent ambassador for UGA and exemplified both on and off the field, what it truly means to be a Georgia Bulldog.”
Moses was a defensive end for UGA from 2003-2006 where he helped the Bulldogs win the 2005 Southeastern Conference (SEC) Championship and 2003 SEC Eastern Division title. He went on to play in the NFL with the Arizona Cardinals and Miami Dolphins and later returned to Georgia to serve as the assistant head coach at Reinhardt University.
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For Immediate Release:
February 16, 2017
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