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Walter E. Moseley

1944 - 2021


Walter E. Moseley was born in Lasca, Alabama on May 26, 1944 to Walter and Adelle Moseley.  They welcomed him into Heaven on February 15, 2021.  On this day the family rejoiced in the reunion he also had with his first born daughter, Liz.

He grew up with his brothers, moving often as his dad was a member of the Army.  His family settled in Uniontown, Alabama his junior year of high school. Not only was he the new kid sporting his ducktail hairstyle, he was also...

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Paula Gann Walls

February 19, 2021 9:21 PM

Mr. Walt was one of my many honorary "uncles" as I called them.... the men that I grew up with that I later babysat for or who became my bosses. The men that taught me business ethics, how to catch fish, who not to date, or who TO date lol. He will be missed. Him and my dad can catch up on the football stories and the fish tales of the years past. All my love and prayers for you in the days ahead....

Diane Gerhart

February 17, 2021 6:36 PM

Keeping your family in our thoughts and prayers. I am so sorry for your loss. God bless you all. Diane Gerhart& Family

Joy Abbott Swanson

February 16, 2021 10:35 PM

I meet Mr. & Mrs. Mosley shortly after they moved here he was a golly happy man and he really enjoyed me cutting his hair and shaving him, then a shampoo, finished off with after shave n clubman powder he would feel great snd with his smile say Thank you. You will ge missed Mr. Walt I knew you for a short while but loved every minute you came to the shop with your precious wife, we made good friends. Thank you for being you.. you will be missed. Mrs. Joy J.A.BARBER SHOP. 💙

Alicia Webb

February 16, 2021 11:40 AM

My daddy was diagnosed with cancer in 2017. My mom uses the terms "rock" and "glue" when referring to my dad. He has always been a force in our lives. He made us want to be better and do more. We screwed up a lot, but he never failed to be right there for us and with us. Moving mama and daddy closer to me in November of 2019 was a must, and as much as he hated it, he did it for mama. I firmly believe from the minute he got his diagnosis, he had us on his heart. Bless them both because we moved them and then they were trapped in their new little house due to COVID. I can only imagine how hard these last 15 months have been on them both, but I thank God for every second I got that I wouldn't have had if they had remained in Columbus. Sounds really selfish when I say it out loud. My daddy and I probably spent more time together (just the two of us) in the last year, than I've had in my lifetime. My girls got to spend time with their Papa. This last month has been so painful. But even in those dark moments, I got those silly daddy moments. These pictures are from this past year. Thank you all for covering my family with prayers and love. We do feel them.  

Jonathan Entwisle and Family

February 16, 2021 11:20 AM

Rest in Heaven Walt. Everyone should aspire to be the father, husband, and man that you were. Praying you you and your family.
Jonathan Entwisle and Family

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