George Thomas Moser
October 16, 1957  -  May 16, 2017

George Thomas Moser

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EmklenLinton Funeral Home
5100 Emmett F. Lowry Expressway
Texas City, TX  77592
Friday, May 19, 2017
6:30 -9:00 p.m.
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EmkenLinton Funeral Home
5100 Emmett F. Lowry Expressway
Texas City, TX  77592
Saturday, May 20, 2017
1:00 p.m.
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Mt Olivet
7801 Gulf Freeway
Dickinson, TX  77539
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I served in the Navy.

George Thomas Moser, 59, of Texas City, passed away Tuesday, May 16, 2017 at MD Anderson in Houston, Texas.

Funeral services will be held 1:00 p.m., Saturday May 20, 2017 at Emken-Linton Funeral Home. Burial will follow at Mt. Olivet. Visitation will be 6:30 ‚Äď 9:00 p.m., Friday, May 19, 2017 at Emken-Linton Funeral Home in Texas City.

George Moser was born October 16, 1957. He spent four years in the United States Navy. On July 25,1976, he married the love of his life Elaine Greer. George worked and retired from Amoco Oil/BP. His hobbies included fishing, hanging with family and friends and spoiling his grandchildren.

He is preceded in death by his father, Giles Moser and his brother, Mike Moser.

Survivors include mother, Rita Moser; wife, Jerri Elaine Moser; son, Ryan Thomas Moser and wife Lisa; daughter, Virginia Leigh Moser; grandchildren, Angel and Johnathon Moser and Melanie Elaine and Connor James Williamson; brothers, Coleman Moser and Pat Moser and sister, Connie Peterson.

Pallbearers are James Peterson, John Moser, Darrel Gongre, George Willis, Michael Moser, Brandon Johnstone, Randy Gongre and Edward Plasek. Honorary Pallbearers Patrick Moser, Coleman Moser, Kevin Johnstone, Justin Johnstone and Joshua Johnston.


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  1. Marion and Jena Smith
    Henderson, TX

    Elaine, we are so sorry to hear about the passing of George. He was a nice person to know. We were reminiscing about him and laughed about the time he stole the political sign out of the yard. Although our views didn't match, we still considered both of you our friends and always enjoyed visiting with you. Wish we had stayed in touch, but life seems to take a different road too often. It is difficult right now to see beyond your sorrow, but may the memories comfort you, Virginia, and Ryan.

  2. Elizabeth Herring
    Webster, TX

    My thoughts and prayers are with his family and friends.

  3. Frieda Troquille
    Seattle, WA

    We are cousins and kindred cancer spirits. I cherish the times we had together as kids at grandpas and then we reconnected thru our cancers. Talking about our cancers, we were indignant! We joked, laughed and you were sarcastic!
    You were tired of the pain. After two weeks, u wanted out of this #!*$! hospital.
    Willing to forgo treatment -u wanted to go home, sit on the porch and
    watch your grandkids. Maybe go fishing!
    Afraid to admit that for today, "just figuring out how to wash your hair with water" was a big deal! How simple life had become so quickly.
    The day before you passed, you told me to remember your sarcasm! How could I forget (ha)! I am touched you trusted me and I hope I gave you comfort. I will miss you George!

  4. Terry Vowell
    La Marque, TX

    RIP Mo

  5. Jacki Giesey
    Amite, LA

    George and I grew up going to our uncle's for family reunions. Being an older boy, of course, he sometimes "tortured" me. I didn't see him much as we grew into adulthood, but thought of him fondly. My thoughts are with his immediate family. Know that he was loved and cared for by others as is evident by other guestbook notes. I'll be thinking of you during the coming days.

  6. Rick Wooten
    Eatonton, GA

    The good ones are gone too soon..

  7. Brad Treadwell
    Bayfield, CO

    I suspect my memories are like those of most of the people that new Mo, always a smile and the ability to make whatever was left in the freezer into one of the best meals you ever had. My heart goes out to everyone that knew and loved him and I am grateful to have been in that group.

  8. Richard "Chico" Garza
    Beaumont, TX

    RIP Mo. We had lots of great times together sitting on your back porch. Loved the fellowship and great crawdads we ate. Looking forward to seeing you on the other side

  9. Bert McWilliams
    Texas City, TX

    Gonna miss you Moe, RIP my friend

  10. David, Tiffany & Peanut
    Texas city, TX

    We were so blessed to have you as a neighbor. Your laughter and your jokes will live on. I thank you so much George for showing Peanut what a PawPaw truly was. Your grandkids were were blessed to have you. Thanks for showing me how much a husband could unconditionally love his wife. Rest in Peace our friend. Gone but you will Never be forgotten. Fly high our friend. Please behave up there. We love you all so much.

  11. Matthew Sigmon
    Fort Mill, SC

    Moe I will never forget the time you cooked for us out at Kemper. We asked you what was in the gumbo and you said, "Some of flies, some of it swims, and some of it crawls.." How you grew to love me playing the video of Pennywise and "Georgie" every time you walked into the room.. and some of the conversations that we had at dinner in the evenings, I will never forget. I always appreciated your honestly and ability to always make good of a situation.. You will be missed my friend.

  12. Cindy Burnside
    Decatur, MS

    You always made us laugh.

  13. Michael Gregory
    Little Rock, MS

  14. Roger Doyle
    Dickinson, TX

    George was like a big brother to me and is gone from this earth way too soon. A Great man!
    I will remember all the good times we had. Iíll see him again, in heaven.

  15. Randall Lake
    Orlando, FL

    Sleep in Peace Moe.. Until we meet again.

    Enjoyed working with you in Kemper, I can hear you laughing as if I was coming around the corner entering into trailer #62. Fun times, you'll truly be missed.

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