Anthony Michael Mohs
Also known as “HateLesS” and “Road Rage”
5/30/1990 – 3/27/2023
Anthony Michael Mohs passed away unexpectedly while riding his motorcycle on March 27, 2023 in Mountlake Terrace, WA. He was born in Seattle, WA on May 30, 1990 to Jeffery (Jeff) Anthony Mohs and Wendy Jean Walgamott Curtis.
He is preceded in death by his maternal grandparents, Elizabeth “Betty Jean” and Theodore “Ted” Walgamott; paternal grandfather, Raymond E. Mohs; aunt, Antonette “Toni” Mohs; cousins, Kristy K. Mohs, Kenneth “Kenny” R. Mohs.
Anthony is survived by his parents; sister, Elizabeth “Lizzi” Mary Murray and her family: Britton, Charlotte and Wyatt; brother, Ethan Elliott Allbright; grandmother, Mary Mohs; and significant other, Mercedes Morales; his loving cats, Nika and Chika; as well as many loving aunts, uncles, and cousins.
Anthony loved his family and was proud to be a Mohs! He had a special love for his parents, his advocate sister, and his beloved grandma. His Uncle David (Kim) provided lifelong guidance and nurturing from childhood through adulthood. Anthony was an awesome, gentle, kind, caring, compassionate, and loving soul who was hilarious and fun to be around…always ready to help another in need.
He attended Hazelwood Elementary School, Meadowdale Jr, HS, and studied at Edmonds Community College. Anthony was admired by many in different groups and communities, especially excelling at motorcycle riding, building computers, and online gaming. Anthony “Road Rage” was instrumental in developing and enhancing the family friendly-brotherhood experience of riding, as a member of the “Derelicts” Riding Club.
While he loved to ride, Anthony was also an inspirational pillar in the online community. He collaborated with others developing HateLesS_Gaming, an online community of gamers. He was a “Capsuleer in Eve” with a vision of a kinder world, a stronger community based on support, understanding, and mutual respect – a safe place for mental health awareness and above all else love.
Love for your fellow humans and a place to learn from each other, nurturing existing relationships, while building new ones. HateLesS_Gaming was a safe place for many. He was always available for his followers as a resource on Discord and streamed on Twitch and YouTube.
In honor of Anthony’s amazing life, and to raise funds to assist his immediate family, the Derelicts are sponsoring a Anthony “Road Rage” Mohs Charity Poker Run, Saturday, April 15,