Judy Moses was realtor since 1986, who took pride in mentoring others, especially women, as a past president of the Women’s Council of Realtors and an owner of Pathway Home Realty Group in Newton.
“I feel blessed to love what I do,” Moses wrote on her website. “I feel I was born to help people buy and sell homes. It is my ministry.”
On Sunday, Moses, 64, had finished showing a house in Medford when she stopped on Spring Street on her way home, her husband said, because her father had told her that he had spent part of his childhood there.
At about 4:49 p.m., she was struck and killed by a Toyota RAV4 driven by a 17-year-old who was found to be operating under the influence of a drug, police and a colleague said. The crash happened near the intersection of Spring and Emerald streets.
Moses was also a member of the Brookline Rotary Club, the organization wrote in a tribute to Moses on Facebook. “She will be remembered for her big heart, dedication to literacy, love of animals, and so much more . . . ” the Rotary Club said.
Rest in peace!