Hopkins - Rector Funeral Home

4 Percy L. Julian Drive, Greencastle, IN


Clarence Findley Moser II

May 6, 1958September 23, 2019
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Clarence “Sonny” Findley Moser II, 61, of Greencastle, passed away September 23rd surrounded by his family.

Sonny was born in Salem, Virginia in 1958, the son of Clarence and Ruby (Burton) Moser. He was a graduate of South Putnam High School in 1977, and spent the last 52 years in Greencastle.

He is survived by three sisters Ellen (Moser) Helton, (Gary), Martha Ann Moser, (Floyd Briggs), and Lenna Moser, (Larry Remley). Although he had no children of his own, his nephew, Nathan Hubbard, (Jean Teng), and nieces, Lindsey (Hubbard) Somers, (Liam), and Cassidy Haidle, were his world; and he loved sharing photos and stories of their accomplishments with others.

He was preceded in death by his parents, and his brother Steve Moser.

If you were fortunate enough to be in Sonny’s inner circle, you understood his devotion to the people and teams he cared about most. His dedication could be seen in his support for the “Cubbies,” a traditionally losing team that he cherished, no matter the score.

Please join his family in celebrating Sonny’s life with visitation from 4:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 26 at Hopkins-Rector Funeral Home. A funeral service will be held 10:00 a.m. Friday, Sept. 27 at the funeral home, with burial to follow in Forest Hill Cemetery.

In lieu of flowers, please consider blood donations to help others in need. This was a cause Sonny cared about deeply.

Memories may be shared with the family at www.Hopkins-Rector.com.


  • Please consider blood donations to help others in need. This was a cause Sonny cared about deeply


  • Visitation Thursday, September 26, 2019
  • Funeral Service Friday, September 27, 2019


Clarence Findley Moser II

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Tony Slater

October 2, 2019

Fly high Sonny Moe !!!!!!

Bonnie Sparks

September 28, 2019

Sonny you will be missed. Sweet soul.

Maxine Williams

September 26, 2019

Clarence was a long time insurance client of mine. He was always concerned about doing everything correctly. I enjoyed visiting with him in the office. He was a kind gentleman. My sympathy is extended to his family and friends.

Julie Childress

September 26, 2019

I worked with Sonny at FB Distro from 2000-2013. He was a great friend with a good heart. I remember going with Ami Pennington to see his new house. He was so excited about it and I was so happy for him! He will be missed by many!

Millie Bordenkecher

September 26, 2019

I worked with Sonny at FB Distro from 1995–1999. He was a wonderful, thoughtful, and caring individual. Sonny was a blessing to all of us!

Dave Keller

September 26, 2019

I remember Sonny best for his love of the Cubbies and the Vikings. Sonny was a good soul who loved everyone. RIP Sonny Mo.

Julie Powers (Dezsi)

September 26, 2019

I will miss my chats with Sonny.
He always keep me up to date on the family, and I him.
Nothing but good memories with my childhood friends ❤.
Prayers, hugs and much love.

Ray Miller

September 25, 2019

So sorry Ellen, Martha and Lenna of Sonny's passing. We always had fun as kids playing around the Limedale neighborhood! I'm sure he'll be sadly missed by all who knew him.

Cassidy Haidle

September 24, 2019

There’s so many to choose from, but I’ll pick 5.

1. When we took a road trip to Virginia and we were in the car with Aunt Ellen and Steve, I was sitting in the backseat next to you with my headphones on and I was belting out country music, Toby Keith to be exact and you hated it. Aunt Ellen was sitting in the front seat cracking up because you had your hands covering your ears and I had no idea what was going on due to having headphones on. One of the best road trips ever.

2. You sending me a card for every birthday or holiday, you NEVER missed a single one.

3. The conversations we’ve had that nobody else will know about. Because you were a great uncle and kept secrets.

4. Every time mom and I would drive down from Minnesota to come visit when you lived in the house off of the Manhattan Road, you would always walk me out to the neighbors to see the ponies or sit with me on the swinging bench for hours.

5. Always watching Saturday morning cartoons with you, especially The Wild Thornberrys.

I love you and I miss you so much Uncle.

Love always,

Sally Murphy

September 24, 2019

We went out to lunch and dinner. Took him for a ride in my new car. Rest In Peace my dear friend! Go Cubbies!