Our Savior Jesus Christ has destroyed death and brought life and immortality to light through the Gospel. Let us remember with thanksgiving what God has done through his servant Charles Moshier. Charles Edward “Chuck” Moshier was given life by his Creator and born on February 5, 1933, the child of Amos Francis Moshier and Catherine Hoey Moshier. Chuck’s birthplace was at Scriba, New York, very near Lake Ontario and the City of Oswego. Within weeks he was given new life in the living waters of Holy Baptism, becoming a child of God. On May 30, 1959 he received the gift of a loving spouse, Bette C. Moshier. They were blessed with two children: a daughter, Stephanie (Tom) Kari of Evans, Colorado; and a son, Rev. James (Renee) Moshier of Arapahoe, Nebraska. God blessed Charles and Bette with five grandchildren: Brendan Matteson, Erin (Nathan) Matt, Krista Matteson, Brittany Matteson, and Michael Kari, and several great grand-children, many nieces and nephews, cousins and countless friends. Charles relished in stories of his childhood, old town Oswego and growing up in a simpler more congenial time. He loved and lived for weather and weather forecasting. His accuracy and tenacity in making forecasts which could be counted on by farmers and ranchers alike were legendary in the Sheridan, Wyoming, Rapid City South Dakota and later Billings, Montana areas. He acquired his skills and training in the U.S. Air Force during and after the Korean War. An actual Korean War combat Veteran, he did not talk much about the war, only focusing on the good friends who were the brotherhood of the men with whom he served. On July 2, 2020 at the Good Samaritan Society Home in Arapahoe, Nebraska, Charles made his journey across to the far green county to await the resurrection of the dead, when all of those in Christ will rise in glory! Charles is preceded in the passing from this world by his parents, siblings: sisters - Isabelle, Margaret Mary, Elizabeth, and Carol, and brothers Richard and Robert, his brothers-in-law and many dear friends. Charles was retired from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s National Weather Service after more than 40 years of faithful service. He was a member of American Legion Post 96 of Arapahoe, Nebraska. A private internment with military honors will follow at a later date. 19191 Memorials may be made to: The New Hope Humane Society P.O. BOX 1704, Worland, WY 82401 OR KAGR-FM, care of Trinity Lutheran Church, P.O. Box 385 Arapahoe, NE 68922 Soli Deo Gloria! Wenburg Funeral Home of Arapahoe is in charge of the arrangements. Condolences or personal reflections may be left at wenburgfuneralhome.com.