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Jerald Kay Moser

April 1, 1949 — October 13, 2021

Jerald Kay Moser

Jerald Kay Moser, 72 yrs 6 mos 12 days, of Monticello, Indiana, previously of Kearns, Utah, passed away on October 13, 2021 in his sleep of a heart attack, at his residence in Monticello.
He was born on April 1, 1949 at St Marks hospital in Salt Lake City, Utah to the late Max Leslie Moser and Sherma DeAun (Bowen) Moser.
Jerald Served in the United States Marine Corps from 1966-1972. He served a tour in the Viet Nam War. In 1972 he was Honorably Discharged.
After Jeralds Honorable Discharge he made a career in counter tops and cabinets. Upon retiring one of his favorite jobs was working at the Delta Center as security. He really enjoyed meeting all the players, celebrities, and fans. His hobbies included his love of crosswords, solitaire, wood working-High Chairs and his wagons and horses. Making and giving gifts was one of his greatest joys.
He worked and also volunteered at George E Wahlen Department of Veterans Affairs. He loved meeting, visiting, and providing assistance to veterans from many states. He won 1st place in the National Veterans Creative Arts Festival in 2019 for his amazing covered wagons. Jerald was joined by his grandson and family at the award banquet. Jerald got the news on September 3rd, the day of his move to Indiana that he had qualified again for Nationals.
Jerald was a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints in Kearns, UT where he served in the ward after his father Maxs passing.
Jerald was married and divorced three times: Cathy, Margaret, Jayne
He is survived by two daughters, Tina Maree (Craig) Freimuth of Monticello, IN and LeeLa (John) Smith of West Jordan, UT. Three siblings LaMar (Cindy) Moser, Alayna (Stephen) Burr, Royce Moser. Six grandchildren, Kyle (Emily) Freimuth, Austin (Rae Ann) Brown, Sydnee Powell, Colton (Sienna) Brown, Alyssa Brown, Nic Smith. Seven great grandchildren, Castiel Brown, Bailey Freimuth, Maddox Freimuth, Shirlyne Brown, Aurora Brown, Wade Freimuth, + Baby Brown coming 5/22. Many nieces and nephews that he loved very much. His dog Meme and bird Sonny. Friends, Dale and Vicki Freimuth.
In addition to his parents he was preceded in death by two daughters, Tracy Moser and Kimberlie Lyne Brown.
Memorial services will be held in the Spring in Utah. Please contact Tina Freimuth @ [emailprotected] for any further information.
Friends and family are encouraged to share a photo, a memory, or a message of condolence at www.springerfuneralhome.com
Springer-Voorhis-Draper Funeral Home is entrusted with care.

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