Bill Merritt Funeral Service

6201 Northwest 39th Expressway, Bethany, OK


Ben Doyle Mosley Jr.

September 7, 1931November 14, 2013

Ben Doyle Mosley, Jr was born in Oklahoma City, OK on September 7, 1931 and passed away on November 14, 2013. Ben graduated from Central Sr. High, Baylor University, Southwestern Baptist Seminary and earned a Doctor of Ministry from Phillips University. He gave his life to the Lord in 1940 and committed himself to full time ministry in 1950. Ben also served in the United States Air Force during the Korean conflict. He and his family served three years as missionaries in Liberia, West Africa. Part of his ministry included many mission trips to other countries where he was privileged to see many people become Christians. He is survived by his wife of 60 years Donna, three daughters Lisa Marie, Lydia Ellen and Laura Gay; 10 grandchildren and one great grandson. He was preceded in death by his parents Doyle and Ellen Mosley. Graveside services will be held 9:00 am Monday, November 18, 2013 at Fort Sill National Cemetery in Elgin, OK. Services entrusted to the care of Bill Merritt Funeral Service, Bethany, OK.


  • Graveside Service Monday, November 18, 2013


Ben Doyle Mosley Jr.

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lisa Stewart

May 5, 2014

So sad i think of nen a lot i actually quit going to church when he moved away just was not the same he baptised me and i along wirh so many others will never forgey him god bless his wife who was so kind and his 3 lovely girls who were so sweet i remember all of them so well he was truly one of a kind

Linda Euting

January 6, 2014

Dear Donna,
I, and my entire family, Mother, Janna, and Stephen were so saddened to learn of Ben's death. He influenced all of us and we all will cherish our memories of him from FBC in Muskogee. I had to smile when I saw a great grandson......finally a boy:)!!!!! Much love to you and all the family.

Linda (Allen) Neilson Euting

Suzanne Baxter

December 17, 2013

Ben was such a great man and will truly be missed. I had the pleasure of working with him for years and will always remember his wanting to drink a Dr Pepper whenever we would meet! He also had a smile that would light up his face. He will always serve as an inspiration to me.

Larry Ellis

November 19, 2013

I am so sorry to hear about such a great loss. As I have affectionatly called him Pastor Mosley from our 1st meeting, I will always remember his as that. He is one of three people that has left a hugh impression on my life and Ministry. I will never forget him. He has been a great friend. My Prayer are with the family.

Larry Ellis - Pastor of Macedonia Baptist Church.

Sherri Everett

November 18, 2013

Ben is my precious uncle Joe's brother...But he was also my father's close friend...Joe, Ben and dad had such a sweet fellowship...I absolutely loved seeing their interactions...I can only imagine what that reunion was like when dad and Ben were able to pick up where they left off...I can assure you there was a lot of laughter...If I know dad he was probably very insistent on wanting to show Ben all that he has discovered these past few years...Ben probably shook off his hand and said "Wait a dog gone minute, Jim. Let me catch my breath first."...

Alexandra McKay

November 18, 2013

My Grandpa was probably the coolest Grandpa ever. He went on mission trips all over the world. He was an artist. He even fought in the Korean War! I have so many sweet memories of my Grandpa from the annual trips my family took from Alabama to Oklahoma... Going to see the massive horse called "Big Ben" at a horse stable, racing his planes down the hall way, looking into his shed while he was doing yard work, and then looking at all his neat collectable cars and that glass chess set...I'll miss him a lot, but I know where he is, the only thing on his mind will be worshiping God.

John Schantz

November 18, 2013

Donna, I was shocked to hear on Saturday night that Ben had passed away. I am glad I got to talk to you and the girls this summer. Melanie and I will be praying for you and your family. I enjoyed my time at Highland Hills as the Music Minister when Ben was the pastor. He taught me many things I will remember throughout life. Let us know if there is anything at all we can do for you. John and Melanie Schantz

Barry Foister

November 18, 2013

Ben saw the world through God's Eyes. He certainly saw things in me I didn't see in myself. It has been said; I wouldn't be who and where I am today if not for Ben. It's true. He was a Pastor in every sense of the word. I look forward to sitting with him at the feet of Jesus in Glory because that's where he'll be, praising God and continually praying for those that will follow him there.

November 17, 2013

Doesn't Ben have a brother named Joe W. Mosley just wondering?

Dale Washa

November 17, 2013

This old world was a much better place because of Ben Mosley. Talk about a man's man. No b-o-y, he showed all us young men at Trinity Baptist OKC how to be a good man, show respect to women, be cool, have fun and devote your life to following Jesus Christ. Thank you Ben Dover for all the fun memories and lasting education. You made a huge impact on many of us far and wide in this world. Much love, Dale and the whole TBC gang