Haig Mosesian

December 28, 1932January 9, 2019

Haig Mosesian was born on December 28, 1932 in Fresno, California and passed away on January 9, 2019 in Fresno, California.


  • Wayne Koligian
  • Keith Koligian
  • Phillip Koligian
  • Steve Amaro Sr.
  • Steve Amaro Jr.
  • Dave Amaro
  • Mark Bogdanovich


  • Visitation Friday, January 18, 2019
  • Funeral Service Saturday, January 19, 2019
  • Final Place of Rest Saturday, January 19, 2019

Haig Mosesian

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Russ Faretta

January 19, 2019

Thank you Coach Moe for the integrity you instilled into me as a young football player. You always looked out for the best interest of us and at the same time taught discipline on and off the field. May you rest in Paradise!!

Juan Aguayo

January 18, 2019

Thank you for the time you gave to our community coach. Loved our Sunday practices and the tough love, we are all better men for it. Thank you.

juan cantu

January 16, 2019

I first met Haig when I was 7 years old , he and the Kerman - Floyd school nurse Mrs. Georgeson would find kids that had holes I in there shoes and she would take them to the Family Shoes Store and the child would walk away with brand new shoes, FOR FREE! I don't know how that would happen or who paid for the shoes but I thought that was the kindest thing I have ever seen in my young life. 10 years later he asked if I was going to umpire little league games the following year and said I would rather coach, he said "come coach with me" and I did, for the next 20 years. We had winning and losing seasons he never changed his coaching methods, they were tough. I would tell him if nothing else we were giving these boys "character" lol. There are many more stories that I could share but I can truly say this "there will never be another person like you Haig", God Bless you, I'll miss you big brother RIP". Much love, Chester

Fernando Lazalde

January 16, 2019

I met haig mosesian when I was nine years old trying out for baseball he came up to me said hey kid I like the way you play I want you to play on my team, I said ok didn’t how he was till we had our first practice, he would tell us stories about hims days when he played for the Yankees minor league system,we said yeah right,till he showed us a picture of him playing, from that day we never questioned him again,RIP Haig

Billie (Emery) Avery

January 15, 2019

So very sorry to have heard of Haigs passing. We grew up together and went to grammar and hi school in Kerman, knew his mom, dad and sister. Also lived in the same neighborhood, later in life Haig &Emery were in the army together, same day enlistment, and spent another two years together. They remained close friends and at Emery’s memorial on July19th 2016, Haig gave a special memorial of their friendship years together. We send our deepest sympathy to Roxie, and all the family, he was a great person.

Kathy Hurlbert Welch

January 15, 2019

An indelible memory of growing up in Kerman; going into his shop for shoe repairs, the smell of leather and the kind man who was always there. Rest In Peace Haig.

Joe Bracamonte

January 14, 2019

Coach Mo was an outstanding man and coach who loved all his players. It is because of him that I stand perfectly still during the National Anthem and something I have instilled in my children and grandchildren. I'll never forget the lessons especially the one where I decided to show boat, a little, on the field. He pulled me to the side and had me turn to look at my family in the stands and said "You are out here to make them proud. Their name is on the back of that jersey, so tell me did that behavior make them proud?" I also question his judgement a little because he said to me one time that he would put my uncle Angel in charge of the world if he could. If you know my uncle you know that was probably not a great idea. LOL That was Coach Mo he believed in his players and we all felt that.

Bryan Furtado

January 13, 2019

Prayers to the Mosesian Family 🙏

Martin Delsid

January 13, 2019

Not only was this Man a good coach he was a great Man and he will always have a special place in my heart RIP Coach💔😢

Kasey Farris-Burton

January 13, 2019

Rest in peace Coach Mo. You were a good man, a kind man. A man who loved our kids, who love our games and who shared his knowledge and wisdom to all who were wise enough to hear it. You will be remembered fondly to all who knew you. When we speak your name we will smile and feel you in our hearts. Thank you Coach Mo for the good times. You made a difference.