Thelma Elizabeth Moffett

April 23, 1922April 10, 2018

Thelma Elizabeth Brannies Moffett, 95, of San Antonio, Texas passed away peacefully on April 10, 2018. Born on April 23, 1922 in San Antonio, Texas to Hugo Richard and Hulda (Steffler) Brannies. Grew up in Seguin, Texas and after high school, she met and married Robert (Bob) Moffett of Seguin on July 1, 1939. Later moved to New Braunfels, she also lived in Pearsall and LaGrange. Eleven years ago she moved to San Antonio and lived with her eldest daughter. She loved to travel after her husband’s death. She had been on several cruises and sightseeing trips in U.S. She also like playing dominoes and eating out, playing bridge and crossword puzzles. She was preceded in death by her husband of 54 years, her parents, 2 brothers and 1 sister. She is survived by 4 children, Kathy Curless, of San Antonio; Emily Keith of Bandera; Richard Moffett of Brownwood and Walter Moffett and his wife Judy of Brenham; brothers, Ken Brannies of New Braunfels and Harold "Bubba" Brannies of Rockport; sister, Bonnie Kesel of Seguin; 14 Grandchildren, 30 Gr. Grandchildren and 4 Great Great Grandchildren.

A Celebration of Life service will be at 10:00am on Wednesday, April 25, 2018 at Sunset Northwest Funeral Home, 6321 Bandera Rd., San Antonio, Texas 78238. Committal service will be at 2:00pm on April 25, 2018 at Guadalupe Valley Memorial Park, 2951 TX-46, New Braunfels, TX 78130.


  • Celebration of Life Wednesday, April 25, 2018
  • Committal Service Wednesday, April 25, 2018

Thelma Elizabeth Moffett

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Becky Curless

April 24, 2018

I remember a gracious loving lady with a great sense of humor. Loved visiting with her. She was such a pleasure to be around....... Prayers for the family...
She will be missed...

Sherre Franklin

April 19, 2018

Dearest Aunt Thelma,
You were a bright and shining light in my life. Thinking of you always brought a smile to my face. Your zest for life, your sense of wonder and fun, the joy in just being around you - and that infectious, intoxicating laugh - are just a few of the things I will always cherish. Oh, how I will miss you. But in that chamber of my heart where memories live, I will see your beautiful smile and hear that amazing laugh forever. Rest in peace, Aunt Thelma. I love you.