William Edward Moseley

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William “Billy” Edward Moseley, 79 years of age, passed on Thursday, March 10, 2022, at Southern Living Personal Care. Billy was born Nov. 9, 1942 to the late Feddie Moseley and Marie Turner Moseley. He graduated from Washington County High School and was an avid sports player. During high school he played football, basketball and baseball. Billy received a football scholarship from the University of Alabama, where he received a Bachelor Degree in Commerce. A member of the Army ROTC, he received an honorable discharge.

Billy met Loretta Mae Williams at Washington County High School, the two wed and were later married for 43 years. Billy and Loretta had one son, the late William Brent Moseley.

During the 1990s, Billy owned and operated “Moseley Service Center” in Jackson. He loved being at his store and offered a variety of services to the Jackson community. When Billy wasn’t at his store, he enjoyed watching sports, westerns and war movies. He especially liked deer and turkey hunting. Billy also enjoyed his dogs, “Bear,” a Labrador retriever, and “Shorty.” On one occasion, Billy was cutting grass on a riding mower and Bear jumped into his lap and they both landed in the pond.

As a young child, Billy attended Pine Level Baptist Church in Hobson; he attended Springhill Baptist Church in Chatom during his adult life.

Survivors include his wife, Loretta Mae Williams Moseley; brother, Robert Moseley; and sister, Bonnie Beech.

Preceding him in death are his father, Feddie Moseley and mother, Marie Turner Moseley Beech; brother, Charles Edgar Moseley; and his son, William Brent Moseley.

Visitation was from 10 until 11 a.m., Friday, March 11, with the funeral service immediately following at Springhill Baptist Church of Chatom. Interment was at the Trinity Memorial Gardens of Walker Springs Road in Jackson, with Bro. Travis Agee officiating and St. Stephens Funeral Home directing.

Pallbearers were William Lee Hill, Keenan Williams, Mel Moseley, Chippy Bell and Marvin McIlwain.

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