Warren Leroy Moser

Born: Sun., Mar. 23, 1930
Died: Sun., Jan. 29, 2017

Reception Following Service

Sat., Feb. 11, 2017
Location: Historic Hall-Thomas House

Memorial Service

3:00 PM Sat., Feb. 11, 2017
Location: First United Methodist Church of Greensboro - North Campus

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Warren Leroy Moser, age 86, of Greensboro, Georgia passed away peacefully on Sunday, January 29, 2017. Known for his good nature and wit, Warren and his wife, Jeanne enjoyed living in the Lake Oconee area for the last 20 years.  Drawn to Georgia by their mutual love of golf and fellowship with friends, their hopes and expectations were more than satisfied.

Warren was born in St. Louis, Missouri in 1930, second son of Milton Philip Moser and Mae Perrottet Moser both from Shiloh Valley Township in Illinois.  Warren graduated from Belleville Township High School in Belleville, Illinois, and completed his BS in Economics at Westminster College in Fulton, Missouri in 1951.  He joined the Navy in 1951 as an aviation ensign during the Korean War and received his wings a year later.  He became an aircraft carrier pilot and served a total of four years, fulfilling his tour as a 1st Lieutenant.  In addition, he was in the Naval Reserves for 10 years.  He worked for 32 years in various positions for Southwestern Bell which ultimately became AT&T. He retired in 1987 as Senior Division Manager, Human Resources.  He then formed a consulting firm with Jeanne, designing and conducting HR conferences all over the United States, Canada and Europe.

He is predeceased by his parents, first wife, Peggy James Moser, and brother, Evan Moser. Warren is survived by his wife, Jeanne, four children from his first marriage; David Moser (Lori), Jocelyn Moser Fry (John), Richard Moser (Cindy); and Phillip Moser (engaged to Kim Lewis);  also surviving is Betty Lou Moser, (sister-in-law); 10 grandchildren: Carrie (Michael), Laura (Adam), Evan, Emily, Sarah, Christopher, Elle, Katie (Matt), Sean and Eric; 4 great grandchildren; Ada, Allie, Brooks and Jackson.  Warren was very proud that all of his children and grandchildren all went to college. Also surviving Warren are his stepson Michael Kardos (Alexandra); stepdaughter Elizabeth Vasconcellos (Peter); and three step grandchildren, Holden, Griffin and Leon.

A memorial celebration will be held Saturday, February 11, 2017 at 3:00 pm at the First United Methodist Church, North Campus, 202 West Broad St, in Greensboro with the Reverends David Key and Becky Matheny of the Lake Oconee Community Church officiating.  The Reynolds Chorus, dear to Warren and Jeanne, will sing some of his favorite hymns. Following the service, the family will host a reception at the McCommons Funeral Home, 109 West Broad  Street, Greensboro as planned by Warren. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Lake Oconee Community Church or to the Alzheimer’s Assn. for Research, P.O. Box 96011 Washington, DC. 20090-6011 in memory of Warren L. Moser.  McCommons Funeral Home, 109 W. Broad St., Greensboro, GA, (706) 453-2626, is in charge of arrangements. Visit us at www.mccommonsfuneralhome.com to sign the online guest register.


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Jane Cobb
   Posted Tue January 31, 2017
My love, prayers and deepest sympathy to the family and many friends.

Rita and skip Haas
   Posted Wed February 01, 2017
Skip and I have you and all the family in our thoughts and prayers. Warren was a very special and loved person. We all will miss him and his wonderful smile and personality.

Joyce and Tom Doss
   Posted Mon February 06, 2017
You are in our thoughts and prayers. Always so much fun to golf with you and Warren.

Dave & Elaine Thillen
   Posted Mon February 06, 2017
Jeanne and Moser Kids,
Warren will be missed by so many of his family and friends. He was a good man, with a quick wit, and a beautiful family. So many good memories from his Reynolds years with us.

Prentice Merritt
   Posted Sat February 11, 2017
Nancy and I send our deepest condolences to you and all the Moser family.
Warren was a true friend and will be missed. My time at Reynolds was greatly enhanced by the friendship with you and Warren. He truly was a special friend!
Prentice and Nancy Merritt

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