Brevard County Sheriff’s Office Mourns Loss of Corporal Adrian Moss-Beasley

By  //  May 17, 2019

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Adrian Moss-Beasley served for the Canaveral Precinct

Adrian served with BCSO as a Deputy Sheriff for almost 28 years with his most recent assignment being in the Canaveral Precinct. (BCSO Image)

Editor’s Note: The following article is written by Brevard County Sheriff Wayne Ivey.

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – It is with great sadness and a very heavy heart that I share with you this morning the loss of one of our Brevard County Sheriff’s Office Family members, Corporal Adrian Moss-Beasley.

Late last night Adrian lost his battle with cancer as he passed away peacefully at home with his family close by his side.

Adrian served with our agency as a Deputy Sheriff for almost 28 years with his most recent assignment being at our Canaveral Precinct.

Prior to joining our agency, Adrian was a High School Football standout as he played football for the Cocoa High School Tigers. Adrian was recruited to play football at West Virginia University where he enjoyed a very successful career before deciding he wanted to serve our community as a Deputy Sheriff.

For those who knew Adrian, you knew he was a gentle giant with a heart of gold who was a great cop, a great friend, and above all else a great man!

Adrian was strong in his faith of God and always believed in doing the right thing!

If you never had a chance to meet Adrian you missed an amazing opportunity to see how someone who stood 6’6 could be so kind, friendly, and compassionate about others. You also missed the chance to meet someone who just his mere presence made you want to be a better person!

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Like everyone else who knew him, I loved me some Adrian Moss-Beasley and will forever miss him.

On behalf of our entire agency we ask you too keep Adrian and his family in your thoughts and prayers and as always, thank you for loving our team members so much!

Our community lost a great public servant and friend last night and we were all blessed too have spent time with him!

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