Condolences For David Mosteller

March 8, 1939 - April 3, 2021

David very sorry for your loss. My the Lord heal and fill the emptiness you feel at this time. You and your family are in our prayers. Phillip and Kay Hicks
Phillip


Mr. Mosteller was such an intelligent and very educated man he told us many stories and helped us all out learning Spanish I was in his class at the time the shuttle Challenger went up everybody in blew up in the sky you're all very mournful he's told us many stories of how he wanted the horses got his horses how he planted Acres of tomatoes he gave us plenty of lessons On Life To Learn we were truly blessed to have him in our lives lisa Lawson
Lisa Lawson

Joel, Jordan, and family. Please do know that our thoughts are with you, and our prayer is for God's amazing grace and comfort to overtake you all during this time of loss. God Blessā£
Vernon/Leretha Wyatt

David,Tony,John,Joel I'm so sorry for your loss. Your Dad was a special person. I will always be thankful that our childhoods intersected on Ohio Street. I have such good memories of your Dad and grandparents. All of you enriched my growing up experience. I wish I could be there in person to pay my respects to your Dad and see you all but I have a scheduling conflict. Do know that I will keep you and your families in my thoughts and prayers especially today. Peace to you. Chuck
Chuck Horne

Dear Maci and family, I am so very sorry to hear of the passing of your grandfather. From all the stories you can tell not only was he an extremely intelligent man but an adventurous one as well. I'm sure you will have many stories to pass down to the girls that they will enjoy. You know there's really no relationship quite like the one between a grandfather and his grand-daughter. I pray for God to heal your heart during the difficult journey ahead of you and that you can find comfort knowing the Promise of Heaven means we will be with our loved ones again and this time it will be for eternity. Sending prayers and love to everyone.
Arlene Murray Wade