David C. Moseman
December 2, 1950 – August 8, 2019
The family will receive friends on Thursday, August 15th from 5pm to 7pm at the West Center Chapel. FUNERAL: Friday, August 16th at 11am at Faith Westwood Church, 4814 Oaks Lane. Interment, Flower Hill Cemetery. Memorials may be directed to the family.
David was born in Bloomfield Nebraska during a blizzard to parents Mary and Clinton Moseman. He moved to Fremont Nebraska at a young age where he lived until he graduated from Fremont High in 1969.
He had two brothers John and Elwin and a sister Linda.
He played football, baseball, was a life guard and taught swim lessons. He worked at a gas station during high school, detassled corn, and delivered newspapers.
He was well known for his love of music and was very talented in this field. He began his first band during junior high school. He could play any instrument he picked up and was self-taught.
During the summer of 1969 his father drove him to Des Moines, Iowa, gave him $20.00, dropped him off by a phone booth and told him to get a job. This experience was a big part of what shaped his life. He worked at a car wash to put his way through Electronics college. He had two sons by a previous marriage in Norwalk, Iowa, Jon and Jay.
He met his soul mate of 41 years in 1975 and was married July 1st, 1978 at the Salisbury Castle in Des Moines. They moved to Omaha where they had two daughters Amanda (Amy) and Abbie. He worked at Executone, Gazelle, and Kidwell Inc. where he was VP of technology and telephone operations before retiring the end of July, 2018.
He played with several well-known bands around the Omaha area, Kansas, Missouri, Iowa, South Dakota and Nebraska. He often talked of the time both of his brothers, John and Elwin, were also in a band with him. One of his closet friends Mike Cain played with him for over 40 years.
His family grew with the addition of two sons-in-law, Andy and Zack, 3 grandsons Michael, Adyn, and Archer. He taught his grandsons baseball, to swim, went on many family outings, and enjoyed school and sport events with them.
He had an amazing sense of humor. He loved God, his family, music, swimming, having fun, and life.
He will be greatly missed by all!