Derek A. Moser Sr.

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Derek Allen Moser, Sr., 47, of Marshalltown, passed away suddenly on Sunday, Jan. 17, 2016, at Central Iowa Health Center in Marshalltown.

Visitation was Friday, Jan. 22, at Tuecke-Allyn Funeral Home, Garnavillo.

Funeral services were Saturday, Jan. 23, at St. Paul Lutheran Church in Garnavillo, conducted by Rev. Gary Hatcher.

Interment was at Garnavillo Community Cemetery.

Derek was born on Dec. 16, 1968, in Cedar Rapids, the son of Larry and Carol (Krapfl) Moser.

Derek grew up in Cedar Rapids and graduated from Cedar Rapids Jefferson High School with the class of 1987. On Oct. 1, 1987, Derek joined the U.S. Navy and served in Desert Storm, Iraq, Afghanistan, Malaysia and Singapore. Derek received his honorable discharge on Sept. 30, 2007, after 20 years of service to his country. After his retirement from the Navy, Derek received his Bachelor’s degree in Business/Arts. 

Derek was an avid hunter, fisherman and passionate about sports. He was also a committed member of the Clay-Gar American Legion Post #723. Derek was a loving and dedicated husband, father, son and grandfather. Derek had a contagious smile and influence on many, and left behind an incredible legacy. Derek will be dearly missed by those who loved him. 

Derek will be forever loved and cherished by his wife Yvonne; parents, Larry and Carol Moser; children, Derek Jr., Chad (Lani), Ginny (Saul), Kristen and Jeffery; grandchildren, Lydia, Lilliana, Nathalia and Sebastian and many other relatives and friends.

He was preceded in death by his sister, Terri Skalsky and his paternal and maternal grandparents.

In lieu of flowers and all styles of sympathy, memorials are preferred and they can be directed to the Clay-Gar American Legion Post #723 in Garnavillo.

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