Kenny Carl “K. C.” Moser

Kenny Carl “K. C.” Moser

Birth
Johnson City, Blanco County, Texas, USA
Death 16 Feb 1976 (aged 83)
Lubbock, Lubbock County, Texas, USA
Burial Lubbock, Lubbock County, Texas, USA
Plot Section Q, Lot 118, Space 1
Memorial ID 43881920 · View Source
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Gospel preacher. Bio in the Gospel Advocate, Aug. 6, 1942, 746. Gospel preacher listed in Preachers of Today, Vol. 1, 1952, 241.

At Rest.
February 17, 1976, brought to the close the earthly affairs of Kenny Carl Moser. Words are poor tools by which we may fashion the appreciation which so many hearts would like to express for K. C. Moser. His writings and preaching lave touched the hearts of thousands. This humble servant of he Lord will be greatly missed by all who knew and loved him. Born near Johnson City, Texas, January 23, 1893, K. C. Moser began teaching in the public schools of Texas at the age of nineteen. At the age of seventy-nine he closed an eight-year period f teaching Bible in Lubbock Christian College. He was commonly referred to as "The toughest teacher on campus." For a half century he preached in Texas, Oklahoma and other states. About twenty-five years were spent in Oklahoma City. He is probably best known as an author six of his published works are The Way of Salvation, published in 1932; The Gist of Romans; Redemption in The Acts and The Epistles; The Attributes of God; Studies in Galatians; and Studies in Hebrews. A book of his poems, Reflections, was recently published by his children. Articles from his fruitful pen have been published in many brotherhood papers. Brother Moser also wrote several beautiful and meaningful songs. Several times he was chosen as 'Teacher of the Month" while teaching in Lubbock Christian :allege. Once the college yearbook was dedicated to him, and in 1972 he was listed in Who's Who of American Colleges and Universities. During his last years in retirement he traveled throughout he United States speaking on lectureships and in gospel meetings. He was a member of the Green Lawn church of Christ in Lubbock, Texas, where this writer reaches regularly, and where brother Moser taught a Bible class every Sunday morning. Funeral services were held in the building of the Green Lawn church of Christ with Hugh Rhodes and his writer officiating. Interment was in Resthaven Cemetery. Surviving are his wife, Ardis; a son, Duane of Abilene, Texas; two daughters, Mrs. Louise Newman of Plainview, Texas and Mrs. Dub Winkles of Abilene, Texas; four sisters, Mrs. Tip Flesher of Fort North, Texas, Mrs. Foy Weathers f Abilene, Texas, Mrs. Runette Neathers of Longview, Texas, and Mrs. Hugh Stringer of Monroe, La.; two brothers, Cline of Arp, Texas, and Foy of Dallas, Texas; nine grandchildren; and seven great-grandchildren. -- Bill Swetmon, Evangelist Lubbock, Texas, The World Evangelist, Jun. 1976, 5.


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  • Created by: Tom Childers
  • Added: 3 Nov 2009
  • Find A Grave Memorial 43881920
  • Find A Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com : accessed ), memorial page for Kenny Carl “K. C.” Moser (23 Jan 1893–16 Feb 1976), Find A Grave Memorial no. 43881920, citing Resthaven Memorial Park, Lubbock, Lubbock County, Texas, USA ; Maintained by Tom Childers (contributor 46515204) .