Earl Edward Moselle
April 16, 1934 - September 8, 2017

Earl Edward Moselle

Earl Edward Moselle
Apr 16, 1934 - Sep 8, 2017

Earl Edward Moselle

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2:00 PM
Evergreen Memorial Park
11111 Aurora Ave. N.
Seattle, Washington 98133
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Earl Edward Moselle, a beloved husband, brother and uncle passed away peacefully September 8, 2017 at the age of 83. Born on April 16, 1934 in Great Falls Montana to George and Laura Moselle. Earl entered the United States Army serving honorable for 3 years. Upon leaving the US Army, Earl became a valued employee of the Ford Motor Company for 30 years and upon his retirement from Ford worked for the State of California for an additional 3 years before finally retiring. Earl and his late wife Phyllis lived in Southern California until 1990 and when they moved to Federal Way Washington to be closer to family.

Earl was a passionate man who loved Ford Cars, motorcycles, model airplanes, old collectables and tinkering and fixing things around the house. He passed the time watching old cowboy and war movies and listening to music. Earl loved the holidays and special events with family.

Earl was proud of his military service and was a member of the American Legion Post 227 Shoreline, WA for the past 17 years.

Earl was preceded in death by his loving wife Phyllis of 44 years, his brother Leroy Moselle and sister Aileen Scott, brother in law Robert A. Nelson, sister in law Peggy Moselle and nephew Robert A. Nelson JR.

He is survived by his loving sister Shirley Nelson of Seattle, nephews Melvin Moselle (Leann), nephew Bob Moselle (Carolyn), niece Judy McKay (Wayne), nephew Steve Moselle, niece Susan Treacher (Tim), nephew Terry Nelson and niece Joni Schaibly (Bill) and several great nieces and nephews.

The family would like to extend a thank you to Foss Village and Home in Seattle, WA for their compassionate loving care over the last few years and especially the Hospice Nurses from Providence Hospital for their loving care they provided to Earl in the last few days of his life.

If you would like to make a donation in honor of Earl Moselle please make a donation to Hospice Services Providence Hospital, Seattle Washington.

 
 

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Sep
23
Saturday
Evergreen Memorial Park
11111 Aurora Ave. N.
Seattle, Washington 98133
2:00 PM
Graveside Service with military honors provided by the US Army.

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