OBITUARY

Ted Moseley

January 20, 1937December 29, 2019

Ted Meadows Moseley, age 82, passed peacefully surrounded by his family on the evening of December 29, 2019 in Rome, Georgia. A memorial service will be held at 1:00 p.m. on Tuesday, January 7, 2020 in the Chapel at Mt. Bethel United Methodist Church in Marietta, Georgia with Dr. Jody Ray officiating. Ted was born on January 20, 1937 in Locust Grove, Georgia to Laura Jenks Moseley, and he grew up in Grant Park in Atlanta, Georgia with his mother and brothers, Dick and Mose. Ted attended Roosevelt High School, where he starred on the football field as a quarterback and on the track as a miler. He then attended Clemson University, where he played for Frank Howard, and South Georgia Junior College, where he played for Bobby Bowden. After serving in the United States Marine Corps Reserve, he went to work for Delta Airlines, where he met and fell in love with his wife, Jane Stegall Moseley. They married on January 22, 1966 in Rome, Georgia and had two children, Stephen Blair Moseley and Elizabeth Moseley Bowling. Ted spent his career as a small-business owner, and his hobbies were sports, music, and family. He was a constant on the ballfield, coaching and encouraging his children in all their sporting endeavors. Ted’s wife and children were the loves of his life. Of all his accomplishments in life, his greatest and most proud were being a husband and father. Survivors include his wife, Jane Stegall Moseley; son, Stephen (Kimberly) Moseley; daughter, Elizabeth (Jim) Bowling; and four grandchildren, James and Emily Jane Bowling and Blair and Murphy Grace Moseley. In lieu of flowers, please make donations in Ted Moseley’s memory to The Salvation Army or Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta. The family will receive friends at the church immediately following the service and then at the Bowling home at 2622 Lulworth Lane, Marietta, Georgia beginning at 2:30 p.m.

Services

  • Memorial Service Tuesday, January 7, 2020

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Laurie Anderson

January 6, 2020

I have very fond memories Uncle Ted! I’ve always admired his contagious smile and gentle, kind spirit. He always made me and my family feel special. I loved to hear his southern voice tell stories about when he was growing up. He will be missed by many, especially his sweet family who he adored.

Natalie Robinson

January 6, 2020

So honored to be able to know Ted for a short period of time. He always spoke highly about his family and grandchildren. His smile always brought a ray of sunshine here at Accu-Tech.
He always had the best stories to tell. You will be greatly missed!

Kathy Moorer

January 2, 2020

It was a pleasure as well as an honor to care for Mr. Moseley during his stay on the Inpatient Rehab Unit at Redmond Medical Center. He was always so thankful for any little thing that was done in meeting his needs and he never failed to thank you. I was always so elated for him to call my name when I was his night nurse it would just warm my heart. On Saturday December 28, 2019 very early AM he held my hand and he thank me for being so kind to him and I said to him "see you New Year's Day" he never replied OK as he would when I would tell him when I would be returning after being off . I was saddened by the news that he had passed but I rejoice in knowing that our paths crossed and he is rejoicing safe in our Saviors 's Arms Fly High Mr. Ted Fly High.
Kathy Moorer, RN /Inpatient Rehab

Sean Van Buren

January 1, 2020

I was lucky enough to get to know Ted while he worked as a courier at Accu-Tech. He was a great man and I am better for having known him. The thing I will always remember about Ted is that he always took the time to ask me about my kids. He was genuinely interested in how they were doing and who they were going to someday become. He once told me to be sure I NEVER EVER passed up on an opportunity to show my daughter how important she was to me. He said a daughter should know that her Father loves her more than anyone else ever will. He always made it a point to teach something to the younger generation. On top of being the epitome of fatherly, he was one of the funniest people I ever met. Rest in Peace Ted! You will be missed until we all see you again. Hopefully we can all use what we learned from you to make this world a better place. You definitely did your part in leaving it better than you found it.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY