Judy Moses believed in education – continuing education – for herself, for her real estate colleagues, for the students she mentored, and especially for her clients. She described her work as a calling – to help people find homes.
When she was suddenly and senselessly killed by a reckless driver in the spring of 2018, Ken Goldstein, Susanna T. Stiefel, and Aliza Dash turned to the Brookline Community Foundation to recognize and honor their dear friend and colleague.
They and Judy’s husband Charles Capace, paid tribute to Judy’s memory and her love of education by inviting her friends and colleagues to contribute to a scholarship fund. With over 50 community members responding in remembrance of Judy, they were able to collectively make a substantial gift to support scholarships for Brookline High School students with financial need who want to attend college. This lasting legacy will help to keep Judy’s memory alive while making positive changes for generations to come.
Contributions to the BCF Scholarship Fund for Brookline High School can be made in memory of Judy.