In Memory

Bill Moseley (Coach/Teacher)


Bill Moseley


Bill Moseley, beloved husband, father and grandfather passed away September 14, 2008 at the age of 71. He was born on August 5, 1937, in Sherman, TX to John and Mary Moseley who preceded him in death. Bill was a longtime member of San Pedro Church of Christ where he served as an Elder for 30 years. After playing basketball at East Texas State College, Bill coached high school basketball in Devine and Luling before moving to San Antonio where he coached at Robert E Lee High School and MacArthur High School. He ended his coaching career in 1971 and began 26 years of service with Blue Cross-Blue Shield. He is survived by his beloved wife of 51 years, Betty Moseley; children, Deborah Moseley Egger and husband Hal, Melissa Moseley and Jon Moseley; grandchildren, Amanda Egger Worley and husband Jeremy, Courtney, Haley and Matt Egger, Zac, Mitchell and Lucas Moseley; brother, John Moseley and family of Sherman, TX; uncle F.H. Dickerman and wife, Marjorie of Sherman, TX; and many loving friends. Services Visitation will be held from 7:00 - 9:00 PM Thursday, September 18, 2008 at Mission Park Funeral Chapels North. Funeral services will be held at 1:00 PM Friday, September 19, 2008 at San Pedro Church of Christ with interment to follow at Mission Burial Park North. If so desired, contributions may be made to San Pedro Church of Christ or the Parkinson's Foundation in his memory. You may sign the on-line guestbook at under the obituary section. Mission Park North.


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09/06/11 04:48 AM #1    

Kenneth H. Pearce

I am a member of the Mac Class of '69 and a guest member of the Class of '71 website. I played basketball for Coach Moseley at Mac and found him to be one of the most personable coaches I ever had. He was not a "screamer" like some nor seemed to feel he had to prove himself superior to his players like others. I lost track of him after he left Mac and was saddened to hear of his death. He will always be one of my fondest memories of "the days at MacArthur High."

11/10/11 10:38 AM #2    

Scott Stephens

I played for ccoach Moseley for two years. I was really excited because I was able to make the varsity my sophomore year. As I went on to play ball at college the coaches were pleased to have a player that had such good fundamentals,such as blocking out  when going for a rebound and playing good defense. I really enjoyed playing for Coach Moseley. I didn't realize he wasn't going to be there my senior year, but I knew he was going to work for Blue Cross.

12/21/11 11:45 AM #3    

Scott Stephens

To add to what I said before, what Ken Pearce said is so true. Coach Moseley treated you as a human being.  One of his favorite sayings or terms was about guys that were prima donnas and  obviously not tobe one.

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