Howard E. Moser entered this life February 10, 1938, to Delmar and Marion (Kimmel) Moser in Austintown Township, OH. He passed from this life January 2, 2022, in Lubbock, TX at the age of 83. Howard graduated from Canfield High School, in Canfield, OH, in 1955. After high school, and after his first year in the military, Howard married Nancy Chase, while stationed in Victorville, CA; to this union, they had one child, a daughter, Donna. He was a devoted husband and father.
Upon entering the United States Air Force, in 1961, Howard spent the next 20 years as active duty. Throughout his military career, Howard earned many decorations, medals, badges, and campaign ribbons. During this time, he became well acquainted with the field of avionics and electronics, serving as an Avionics Test Station and Components Specialists. Howard was responsible for ensuring that the avionic systems remained perfectly calibrated. He would inspect and maintain everything from aircraft radar and weapons control to the testing equipment essential to the maintenance process. During this time, Howard studied electronics; he even built a television set. Howard retired from the military as a Master Sargant - E7. Upon separation from active duty, he spent the next 10 years in the reserves.
After serving his country for 30 years, Howard embarked upon another career, he worked as a mechanical assembly fabricator for Reliable Manufacturing, in Round Rock, TX; While in Round Rock, He and Nancy became very committed to Evangelical Temple Church. He retired in the 1990's. Howard and Nancy sold their home, purchased a travel trailer, and pursued mission work with Missions Abroad Placement Service (MAPS). They traveled abroad building and restoring churches. During this time, he studied Hebrew. In 2002, Howard and Nancy moved to Lubbock to be close to family. He and Nancy attended Indiana Baptist Church, Lubbock.
Howard was preceded in death by his parents, Delmar and Marion Moser, his wife Nancy (Chase) Moser, and his sister Joyce Speece. Those left to cherish his memory are his daughter, Donna Borden, of Lubbock, grandchildren Melanie Dellinger of Lubbock, and Amy Frapp of Soldotna, AK., and 5 great-grandchildren.
A memorial service is scheduled for January 14, 2022, at 11:00AM, at Indiana Avenue Baptist Church, Lubbock, with Steve McMeans officiating. Cremation services were handled through Combest Family Funeral Homes.