02 Mar Trent Andrew Moser
Trent Andrew Moser
Born 03/14/1956 in Salt Lake City he was the fourth child of Jerry & Mae Moser. Died after a short but gallant battle with cancer. It took him away from us way too soon and left us with saddened hearts.
Survived by his loving wife of 29 years Pamela, his son Travis Fotheringham his daughter Trudy Moser, grandchildren Gaige & Danika Fotheringham, daughter-in-law’s Tami & Amanda Zohar-Montoya, in-law’s Marvin & Patty Koller, Sister’s Toni Graham, Tracey (Shel) Wilde, Tammy (Paul) McNicol, Jill (Richard) Cordner, many nieces & nephew’s, far too many friends to list. We have to mention his other brother Guy, & his wife Jenny Blatnick, who were always there at every beck and call no matter what.
Those waiting to greet him on the other side will be his parents, grand-parents, nieces, nephews, his brothers Terry Moser, & Steve Bridge, and brother in law Keith Graham.
Butch loved life to the fullest. He took great pride in his home and yard, he loved working with animals especially their dogs. He loved having sleep overs and taking his grandkids camping, fishing and just hanging out. He has spent many hours helping friends, family, neighbors, & anyone else that needed help NO job was too small or too large, he was there to help.
He built a lifetime of fond memories with all of his family and friends.
One of Travis’s memories is when he was 5 years old and Dad road his BMX bike backwards and watching him be a GRAND FATHER to my children.
One of Trudy’s best experiences with her father was when they traveled to San Diego. They got to travel for days on end and experience the taste of freedom. Trudy wants to keep that experience in her mind and heart forever.
Not only have we sisters lost our brother we have lost our “best friend”, “our savior” and the “best fishing buddy ever”. He always caught “the biggest, the bad-est and the most-est fish of all” (he really did!)
We would like to welcome family and friends to come celebrate Butch’s life and be prepared to share memories at Finn’s Café on Monday, March 6th from 6:00 to 9:00 pm at 1624 South 1100 East.
The family would like to thank Wally, Karen, and Mowgs Jarmin for the many years of friendship, caring, and the hosting of this event, their help has been invaluable at this time of need.