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John Louderman Moffat

April 28, 1953August 25, 2020

April 28,1953 - Passed August 25, 2020. Celebrated 45 yrs of marriage to Bonnie Kleyman Moffat. Will be missed by many and forgotten by none!


  • James Moffat, Father (deceased)
  • Marjorie Smith Moffat, Mother (deceased)
  • Bonnie J. Moffat, Wife
  • Dori Lennemann (Stephanie Lennemann), Daughter
  • Loni Moffat, Daughter
  • Jonathan Moffat (Megan), Son
  • Jeana Cormier (Beau), Daughter

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John Louderman Moffat

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Fritz Franz

September 2, 2020

I was fortunate enough to work with John.
He was always happy and such a pleasure to work with. We used to brag about how great our wives were, allowing us to ride the motorcycles and hang with friends. He loved you Bonnie. I miss him. Fritz

Kathy and Claudia Sullivan/Calzetta

September 1, 2020

We moved into the neighborhood 19 years ago and John was one of the first people we met. John always had a smile, a hearty laugh and an incredible willingness to help anyone in need. We got involved in the local political scene because of John. The residents of West End Park owe John a big debt of gratitude for his constant support of their interests. His life is an example of a life well lived. John, you will be missed!

Pam & Tom Gerfen

August 30, 2020

Johnnie was a good man but I knew him best as a kid; in the late '50's -'60's. It was that simpler time of short-sleeve madras shirts, khaki shorts, white socks, penny loafers and buzz cuts. He was quiet, patient and funny with this impish grin that always accompanied some bit of kind humor or slapstick prank. He always liked to make things, build things ...accidentally break things... and fix them up again. He built a good life for his family and made life good for those who had the good fortune to know him. I am honored to have been one of those.
Godspeed Johnnie.

Dori Lennemann

August 30, 2020

Dori Lennemann

August 28, 2020

My son wanted to make sure that all of Papa’s grandchildren were in the “paper about Papa dying.”

Kian Lennemann 6 years old
Fiona Lennemann 6 years old
Sayde Moffat 6 years old
And... Mavis Davis not quite 1 years old but a force to be reckoned with!

So much love from them to an amazing Papa.

Tamra Brandt

August 27, 2020

John was a great brothers-in-law. When I think of him what comes to mind is he was always smiling. He also had a world of patience. I never saw him blow up or get angry. He loved Bonnie , his children and grandchildren fiercely. He liked to work hard and play hard.
I remember driving to Lake of the Ozarks with him in his Little Red Corvette. Drinking martini ‘s at some floating bar with a bunch of people laughing and telling jokes!!
I still have his bottle of Crown Royal Don bought him a year ago.

Hopefully heaven is doing some remodeling because they received an amazing contractor yesterday. I’m grateful to have known John. He will truly be missed!!

Christine Bamberger

August 26, 2020

May you rest in peace, John L Moffat. Forever in my heart, I hold memories of you and Bonnie. I will miss your smile, your laugh, your wisdom about so many practical things, and most of all your friendship. And I know Jesus loves fisherman!


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