Jack W. Moseley

By December 27, 2014 Obituaries

SMSGT Jack W. Moseley, USAF (ret), 82, passed away peacefully at his Edisto Beach, S. C.  home following a long illness on Saturday, December 27, 2014 surrounded by his loving family.  A Funeral Service will be held Tuesday, December 30, 2014 at 11:00AM at the Presbyterian Church on Edisto Island with interment in the church graveyard.

Jack was born Dec. 18, 1932 in Orangeburg, S. C., the only son of Jake W. Moseley and Eoline Oliver Moseley.  After graduation from Columbia High School he enlisted in the U. S. Air Force.  Following his retirement after 23 years of active service, he served as a Junior AFROTC instructor while attending S. C. State College for his Bachelor’s Degree.  He attended the University of South Carolina in Columbia, earning 2 Master’s Degrees while working in the Williston School District as a teacher, coach, and administrator for 20 years prior to retiring and moving to Edisto Beach.  He was a strong believer in public service and was elected and served on the Williston Town Council for 8 years, followed by 8 years  on the Edisto Beach Town Council.  He was a member and Elder of the Presbyterian Church on Edisto Island, the Edisto Island Lions Club and was recently recognized for 50 years membership in the Masonic Lodge.

He is survived by his wife of 58 years, Deoma (Dee) Moseley, his son, John S. Moseley, daughter Patricia A. Moseley and granddaughter Darla N. Moseley.   The family is grateful for the service provided by Amedisys Hospice Care of Charleston.  In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to The Presbyterian Church on Edisto Island, P O Box 86, Edisto Island, S. C.  29438 or to The Edisto Beach Fire Department, 2414 Murray Street, Edisto Beach, S. C. 29438.    Arrangements are by Simplicity Lowcountry Cremation & Burial Services


  • Debbie Morrow Davis says:

    Jack was always special to me and I enjoyed the friendship we shared. My heart goes out to Dee, Patty, and John and know that you are all in my thoughts and prayers. Jack touched many student lives and was respected by those he taught and coached. He was in a unique place to make a difference to a lot of young people and was a blessing to them. He will be missed in this world.

  • Janice Baldwin says:

    Dee so sorry to hear about Jack. You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers. I pray that you will find comfort and strength in the days ahead knowing he is at peace. Jack touched so many lives not only those he taught and coached but all that he met along way. He definitely made a difference in so many lives. He will be missed by so many. God’s Peace