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Ernest “Evan” Moseley

Moseley Ernest Evan Obit

Mr. Ernest “Evan” Moseley of Litchfield Park, Arizona died September 14, 2021. He was born September 20, 1933 in Livingston, California to Thomas Benjamin Moseley and Hattie Edna Strickland Moseley. He was preceded in death by his parents Thomas and Edna, brothers Herbert, Leslie, Mark, James, Allen and Stanley, sisters Avola, and Ruth Ann Stewart, infant daughters Leta Marlene and Lark Anne Moseley, and his only son Ernest Moseley II. He is survived by his wife Marva “Tillie” Moseley, and daughters Robin Arave (Dave), Marlena Kirby (Jim), Tamara Davies (Bill), and Rachel Williams (Jay), and his brother Robert, 10 grandchildren, and 12 great grandchildren.
Evan graduated from Tolleson Union High School in 1952. That same year, he married Marva “Tillie” Patterson. He owned and operated Moseley Aviation in Litchfield Park for 40 years. He was a business entrepreneur; he created and ran several aviation related businesses. He started ProLift Helicopters, and Life Rescue, a medical rescue and transport service in Lakeside, Arizona. He wildcatted for oil on family land in Texas and successfully completed four wells. Evan was a highly accomplished helicopter and fixed-wing pilot. His company helped put the roof on the Bank-One Ballpark stadium.
Evan was a Godly Christian, a good businessman, and a great family man. He was greatly loved and he will be greatly missed.
Visitation and services will be held Saturday, September 25 at 8 AM at Thompson Funeral Chapel in Goodyear, Arizona.

6 Comments on “Ernest “Evan” Moseley

  1. My thoughts and prayers go out to Evan’s family. Evan was a team mate and friend in the 4 years at TUHS.
    May God give you all the peace to say Goodbye!
    Henry Evans
    La Jolla,CA

  2. Brother Evan was a dear friend to me, and I will certainly miss him. He accomplished many things in his life and was very successful in the many things that he did. However, in the personal conversations that I had with him, the greatest achievement of his life was when he heard and met God’s prophet, Brother William Marrion Branham. After he heard the Adoption tapes and God revealed to him that Brother Branham was His messenger, from that point, this Message was his life and nothing else mattered. Every time I spoke with him, this Message was the sole and primary focus of his heart, and he loved sharing the personal experiences he had with Brother Branham. He truly loved the Lord Jesus and this Message with all his heart, and I am looking forward to meeting him again.

  3. John and Peg Akin send our heartfelt condolences to Tillie and the rest of the family. We remember with fondness the times we had together when our families were young and reach out to you now, hoping that the next days bring you peace.

  4. Dear Tillie & Family,
    I am so sorry to hear of Evan’s passing. You are in my prayers.In case you don’t remeber me , we graduated 8th grade together.
    God Bless,
    Barbara Riddle Gage

  5. Sis. Tillie we love you and are praying for you. I recall fondly the meals, prayer meetings, and fellowships we were at together. I am thankful for those years and the chance to listen to Bro. Evan relate his many memories of being with the prophet, Bro. Branham. My most special memory has to do with him giving Jared two chainsaws the very Sunday after one was stolen out of a locked truck. We had brought a homeless guy and his girlfriend to our house for some food, blankets, and Message books and tapes. It was that night the truck was broken into and the saw was taken. It made us feel at first like we were wrong to help street people because it hurt us and Jared had no saw that size and no money to buy another. That Sunday, Bro. Evan told that the Lord had laid on his heart to give two chainsaws that he was no longer using. Then we saw that the Lord had everything covered. He gives and He taketh away, blessed be the name of the Lord. We pray God’s peace, comfort, and love encircle each of you that we know and those of you we don’t know also. God bless you all.

  6. My goodness I hardly know where to start after I heard That Brother Evan went to be with the Lord I started thinking about all the wonderful years that I’ve known brother Evan such great memories !!! Remember years as a boy at the airport on 91st Ave. north of Indian school and then later on at the airport on Jack rabbit trail . Out of all the good things that I could say here the most wonderful memory that I have is when the Lord Jesus put it on brother Evan and sister Tilly‘s heart to start attending the church in Youngtown I remember service after service how the Holy Spirit would bless him and sister Tilly I will never forget Seeing the tears of joy on their faces as the Holy Spirit blessed them and to see the genuine love and worship from their hearts to the Lord and all the times that we went out to dinner afterwards to fellowship around the message of the hour those times I will never forget !!!!! God bless you sister Tilly and family May the Holy Spirit comfort your hearts we are praying for you all

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