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Kenneth W. Moseley

Kenneth (Sleepy) W. Moseley gained his heavenly wings on July 18, 2017. He was born October 10, 1947 in Marked Tree, Arkansas to Howard Moseley and Irene Stoops Moseley.

Ken is preceded in death by his parents and four brothers, Vernon, Harold, Steve, and Doc Moseley.

He is survived by his loving wife of 43 years, Kay Moseley, daughters, Stacy Adams and Lindsey Moseley (Justin), and five grandchildren, Mari-Anne, Taylor, Xavier, Chase, and Erin; brother, Norman ( Joann ), sister Ruby (H A) Griffin; and also survived by numerous nieces and nephews who were close to his heart.

Ken was a resilient man until the end. His wife always said he was the toughest man she ever knew. He defied the odds on many occasions-taking each challenge and setback with grace and perseverance. Ken never let life get him down and remained witty and charismatic until the end. He will be remembered and respected for his commitment to his family, his steadfast work ethic, his insight and appreciation for life, love of sports, and his gentle heart. Ken always loved music and was able to spend his last days singing his favorite Jimmy Buffett tunes. He left with peace and comfort surrounded by his loved ones. ( W.A.L.S.T.I.B. Papa)

The family would like to thank Dr. Joseph Beck and office staff, the nursing and CNA staff at CHI St Vincent, Radiologists and staff of RAPA and all those who loved and supported Ken and his family during his long illness.

There will a visitation at Ruebel Funeral Home on July 21, 2017 at 5:00 pm till 6:30 pm. A celebration of Ken's life will follow at 309 Steven Dr., Little Rock, AR 72205.

Condolence Book

Ben Bartnicke | Little Rock, AR |

"I am saddened to hear of your loss. My thoughts are with you and your family. May your wonderful memories comfort you. "
Julie K Morrow | Little Rock, AR | jmorrow@rapaxray.com

"Kay I'm so very sorry for your loss. Anytime Ken came into the office he was so pleasant and a joy to be around. I'm glad to have enjoyed the view moments I had with him. My prayers go out to you and your family. With love, Natalie. "
Natalie Robertson | Sherwood, AR | nat_nat6890@yahoo.com

"you leave wonderful memories , thanks for being my uncle sleepy. until we meet again I love you."
tammy belknap | maumelle, AR | tbelknap@sbcglobal.net

"Kay, I am so broken hearted to read this. I hope and pray for God's comfort and healing during the days ahead for you and your family.

Please know you are loved!!
Kathy"

Kathy Pettus | Searcy, AR | kpettus@rapaxray.com

"Kay,
No one ever fought so hard for so long as Ken; we all admire his grit. Will miss our daily visits, but also feel some relief that his most recent setback was brief. What a fighter.
Rev 7:16
" they shall weep no more, nor hunger, nor thirst; and the withering rays of the sun will not find them, nor any heat.
For they shall drink from the fountains of living waters, and a little child shall lead them, and God shall wipe every tear from their eyes".

God bless,
sd
"

S. Dunnagan | Little Rock, AR | sdunnagan@aol.com

"Kay, so sad to hear that Ken has passed from this life but overjoyed that he knew the Lord and now looks into His face and is received in joy. Ginny and I love you and are open to anything that we can do to lighten the burden for you from here forward. "
John & Ginny Fravel | LR, , AR | Jfravel@rapaxray.com

"Kay & everyone, please know you are each in our prayers during this difficult time. Ken was such a kind person. He will be sorely missed, but be consoled that he is with our Heavenly Father in no more pain.

God Bless.
Bill & Rosie"

Bill & Rose Mosley | Sherwood, AR | mosleyrm@att.net

"Kay, we are saddened by Ken's passing, but our consoled knowing he is with the Lord. Your family is in our prayers. Just remember that he will always be in your heart, you will hold him close with all of your memories. If you need anything, don't hesitate to ask.

God bless you and your family,
Ray and Jodi Barboza "

Ray and Jodi Barboza | Little Rock, AR | jmb0208@sbcglobal.net

"Sorry for your loss. Your family is in our prayers."
Ben Bartnicke | Little Rock, AR | bbartnicke@comcast.net

"So sorry for your loss. You and your family are in our thoughts and pra
yers."

David Tamas | Little Rock, AR | Dtamas@msn.com

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