Sadly on Saturday 7th May 2022, our good friend and Saiyan brother, Moses Kallweit, passed away. It has left us all so devasted and heartbroken, none more so than his loving family, Iris, Darren, Sasha & Tia.
Nothing we can do will take away the pain and loss his family and friends are feeling, but if we come together and contribute what we can, this can help towards the funeral costs for Moses, which why we have set up this page.
Originally from Germany, Moses and his family moved to England, where he attended Mill Hill County School in North West London and made many new friends there that he still has to this day. He was always a very fit, active and adventurous person with a six-pack and tank top to show off his muscles. He was such good fun to be around, always making jokes and making people laugh. Moses, Ben Blake Davies, David Daffy Fortune and myself, Jonathan Cable Rellis, met and formed the UK's first-ever Parkour team The Saiyans in 2002. Together we played a small but significant part in taking a French sub-culture to the mainstream, meeting and training with its founders in France.
He was sponsored and traveled to various countries, teaching and demonstrating Parkour at huge events attended by 100s of people as well as appearing on billboards and countless tv, newspaper and magazine articles. He even received fan-mail from girls in America after featuring in a US magazine!
He moved with his family to Austria in the mid-2000s, where he went on to attend uni and made new friends there. He was very intelligent and had a passion for computer graphic design, which he pursued all through his life. He also loved beer, bratwurst and rock music!
No situation was too strange for him to be in, like when we went over to visit and he was living in an apartment in a nuns convent at the top of a mountain... which he made us all walk up and down everyday to go out for beers.
Anywhere he went he was always the life and soul of the party and no one could ever hold him back. Everybody who ever met him has a fun Moses story to tell. He has left a lasting impression on those who were fortunate enough to have spent time with him.
For the best part of 20 years the Saiyans have a friendship like no other, an unbreakable bond that has seen us through the highs and lows of life. It is unreal for us to have to say goodbye to Moses and we can only imagine how hard it must be for his loving family in Austria.
Please donate what you can and help us give a great send off to the beautiful, generous and wonderful soul, the one and only Moses Kallweit. Thank you from the bottom of our hearts.
In the interest of transparency, as GoFundMe doesn't allow us to send the funds raised straight through their platform from the UK to Austria, I will personally transfer the funds to Moses' family in Austria so that they can put this towards the expenses of the funeral arrangements.