Connally/Compton Funeral Directors

4400 West Waco Drive, Waco, TX


Dale Moseley

8 juin , 195823 juin , 2019

Steven Dale Moseley, 61, of Waco, entered Heaven’s gates on Sunday, June 23, 2019 in Waco. Graveside service will be held at 10:30 AM, Wednesday, June 26, 2019 at Waco Memorial Park. The family will receive friends from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM on Tuesday, June 25th at the Connally/Compton Funeral Home.

Dale Moseley was born on June 8, 1958 in Austin, Texas to Benny Ray and Doris Faye Thompson Moseley. Dale was a long time resident of Waco and attended Waco High School. Dale was a computer technician, an avid Crappie fisherman and NASCAR and loved spending time with his family.

Survivors include his mother; Doris Moseley of Waco, sister; Denise Moseley Bro of Bellville, TX, brother; Duane Moseley of Bellville, TX, nieces; Madeline Bro of Bellville, TX and Amanda Bro Tsai of Bloomington, MN’ nephews; Austin Moseley of Bellville, TX and Lee Alanis of Bellville, TX, special family friends; Rhonda Staas and Casey Vincent.

Dale is preceded in death by his father, Benny Ray Moseley, grandparents James Aaron and Lela Belle Thompson, J Frank and Ethel Moseley.


  • Duane Moseley
  • Austin Moseley
  • Casey Vincent
  • Randy Bro
  • Mike Gassaway
  • Lee Alanis
  • Brandon Harris
  • Tommy Johnson
  • Ricky Thompson
  • Brad Meadows


  • Visitation mardi, 25 juin , 2019
  • Graveside Service mercredi, 26 juin , 2019


Dale Moseley


Jamesb Reeves

25 juin , 2019

Even though I haven't seen you in years I can still envision you and Duane in your driveway in front of that giant station wagon laughing and having a good time. Farewell my seventies friend.

Michael Keyes

25 juin , 2019

Duane, sorry to hear about your brother passing! Looks like you had several friends attend! Hope he had a nice funeral service. Thinking about those days when you and Dale were different between a Ford or a Camaro!

It isn't the years,
It isn't the tears
That makes life worthwhile.
It's the memories that grew
And the people you knew
That will bring back a smile.

Mistakes that were made,
Plans often mislaid
Are a part of the past.
What you've kept in your mind
Is where you will find
What you wished to hold fast.

Some things in life
May be had without strife.
It can happen that way.
Still, a friendship is earned,
And where love is concerned,
I'm willed to say.

When life draws to a close,
Let me be one of those
To cry, "Life has been great!"
It's the friends that were made,
Those who lived unafraid.
That is proof of the world we create.

Susan Uzzel McConnell

25 juin , 2019

I’m saddened to hear of Dale’s passing. Though I hadn’t seen him in years, I have fond memories of our time growing up in the old neighborhood. I still think of the Moseley family every time I drive by the house on Stewart and 22nd.
Praying God’s peace and comfort for all...

Susan McConnell (Uzzel)
Arlington, TX

Michele Markum

25 juin , 2019

I'm so very sorry to all the family for your loss!!!! Dale has always held a very special place in my heart because he meant so very much to my Randal. I think over the course of my marriage Dale probably saw him more than I did, due to their LOVE of fishing....lol. I wouldn't have wanted it any other way. Fishing was what brought them so much joy....and being together!!! The only peace I have about any of this is knowing how EXCITED Randal was to see his brother from another mother walking through those Pearly Gates.....and Randal was probably standing there with two poles in his hand waiting for him!!!! Oh the fun they're having now!!! Rest in Peace Dale.....and give Randal a great big hug and kiss from me!!!! Love you all!!!!!

Madeline Bro

25 juin , 2019

You will always be my favorite person.