Velma Moser

05/13/1925   —   10/31/2021

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  • LeOra Clements

    I’m so grateful to be the daughter of this wonderful women. She has taught me to be kind, loving and Christlike. I see God’s hand in the way she was able to peacefully pass from this life and “graduate” into the next. My love continues to grow for her as the memories flow through my mind and I realize the sacrifice and love she gave to us all. Miss and love you, Mom. Love, LeOra

  • Keri and Mitch Shurtliff

    We were blessed to live near Velma and John while we were in Michigan. One of my favorite days with them was when we went to Tulip Time together. They were both very optimistic and friendly to everyone. They especially loved their friends at the Villa Maria. We will miss, Velma. We are happy to know she and John are together again.

  • Ottis & Laura Jackson

    Velma was a good friend and enjoyed her visits once a year. She would fill in for piano players that didn’t show up, just spur of the moment. We will miss her annual visits to Houston. Rest in peace Velma. I know you will be the same in heaven, running around, serving. We will never forget you.

  • Cindy Clements

    I’m so sorry to hear of your mother’s passing, She was a kind an caring person, She will be dearly missed ,
    My thoughts and prayers for you and the family

  • Kay Colister-Harris

    I’m sorry to hear of her passing, but feel so privileged to have known her. Velma was a true elect lady. Such an inspiration to all that knew her.

  • Celeste and Evan King

    It was so good to see your mother last May. We all thoroughly enjoyed the visit we had with her. She was so full of life on her birthday. We send our love and condolences to each of you who are missing her.

  • Vickie Young-Weatherspoon

    I am so blessed to have shared precious memories with your beautiful mother. She was full of love, joy and amazing gifts and talents. She walked in her divine purpose for 95 years and I know God is welcoming her with open arms for a job well done my good and faithful servant The legacy that she has left will be treasured by a wonderful family and friends. Praying for you family

  • Sheryl Grove

    I can’t express how much I loved Velma. She has been my friend for 45 years! She served me and my family in many, many ways. My kids turned to Velma when they got married, asking her to play for their weddings, which she did gleefully. They knew she would! I have saved all her handwritten letters and birthday cards, sent faithfully over these many, many years. I miss her already, but am so very happy for her heavenly arrival to be with her dear husband and son. My thoughts are with her family now during this bittersweet time of her passing.

  • Pearl Hicks

    My prayers are with all of you missing my sister. She had a wonderful talent of playing the piano and meeting others. I am thankful she can be with her sweetheart.

  • Kenneth Westbrook

    I did not know Velma that well she was close to my mothers age but I am glad to be her cousin and I’m grateful to be part of the same family. So nice to hear all the wonderful comments about the kind person and a wonderful human being she was grateful for the plan of happiness and that I will get a chance to reunite with her in the here after. Thoughts and prayers for all those struggling at her passing.

  • Torrey Burks

    How do you even begin to write anything worthy of such a marvelous and special lady? Anyone whose life was touched by Grandma Moser knows that she left the world better than she found it. She has always been the epitome of unconditional love in my eyes. Of course we selfishly will miss her and the joy she spread, but gosh how thankful my family and I are that she is reunited with her precious husband and son and so many others. We love you!

  • Jaye Torrey

    Dear Velma, what a treasure you were to all of us fortunate to have known you. You and John were ALWAYS the epitome of love and caring. I can’t help but think that 100’s of people thru the years have enormously benefited from having known you. Who knows what great rewards your love & service have created?

  • Robert and Janice King

    It is with both sadness and joy that we celebrate my oldest sister’s passing. I was truly grateful to have been able to visit her for her 96th birthday. It was also a privilege to have her accompany me while I sang and whistled to the tunes and hymns as she played. We have been truly blessed to have had the association with her in this life. Thanks to all who share in our expressions of love and support to those family members she leaves behind as she continues on her journey.

  • Bill Lindner

    Thank you for the many childhood memories. You will be missed.

  • Theresa Patnoude

    Richard & Theresa Patnoude

  • Rick & Theresa Patnoude

    We are sad to hear of your Mother’s passing. She had a kind and caring personality and always made us feel happy to be around her. She is now with God, her husband ,and many family members whom she missed. Our thoughts and prayers are go out to you and your family.

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