In loving memory of

Nathan Moser
December 14, 1921 - February 6, 2021

Moser, Mr.
Muskegon, Michigan

Mr. Nathan Moser, age 99, passed away Saturday, February 6, 2021. He was born in Muskegon, MI on December 14, 1921 to John & Cora (Dutmer) Moser and served his country in the US Army during World War II in the Battle of Okinawa and Leyte. Mr. Moser had been employed as a truck driver for Viking foods until retiring in 1985, after retirement Nate was not one to sit still and worked for Meijer, Fitzpatrick Electric and Betten Chevrolet.  Nathan was a member of Fifth Reformed Church, the VFW Post 446, and the TTCM Happy Wanderers. Mr. Moser was always one to light up the room with his quick smile and great sense of humor, always uttering his favorite phrases of "yepper" and "wowdie dowdie Charlie Brown." He will forver be remembered as an avid coffee lover, amazing father and grandfather. 
Children, Mark Moser, James Moser, Ruth (John) Brauer, Mary (Jeff) Lockwood, Deborah Burns, Rebecca (Scott) Banninga, Rachel Moser; sister-in-law, Lois Moser; 16 grandchildren, 41 great grandchildren; many nieces and nephews.  He was proceeded in death by his parents, wife, Freda; daughter-in-law Renita Moser, 2 great grandchildren, 3 sisters; Connie, Margaret, Sharron; and brother Theodore. 
Saturday, February 13, 2021, 11:00 AM with visitation one hour prior to the service at  Fifth Reformed Church of Muskegon with Reverend Scott VanArendonk officiating.
MEMORIAL: In lieu of flowers, please consider giving to Fifth Reformed Church of Muskegon. Please visit to leave a memory or sign the online guestbook. 

Clock Funeral Home - Muskegon


Gary G Lattin wrote on Feb 12, 2021:

"I worked for Eds Thrift-T in Hesperia for 35 years and unloaded Nate's truck for years. I got to know him real well. He was a very nice, friendly man. Sorry to hear of the family's loss."

Ann Raymond wrote on Feb 11, 2021:

"Rachel, You and your family have my deepest sympathy. Ann Raymond"

Valerie Lockwood wrote on Feb 10, 2021:

"Grandpa Nathan is loved by so many. He is singing, dancing and praising with the Lord and all of our loved ones!! We will see you again soon. "

Tammy Scalf wrote on Feb 9, 2021:

"My condolences to the entire family. May God Bless you all with amazing memories and love. "