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OVERSEAS NATIONAL AIRWAYS

JOE MOSER - REST IN PEACE









Dear ONA friends,
I would like to thank everyone who has reached out to me and our family to pay
their respects to my wonderful husband, Joe Moser. Be it in person, by phone,
flowers, cards, email or Facebook, your heartfelt hugs, comforting words and
sincere sentiments have helped ease our pain. I don’t quite know how we are going
to move forward without Joe in our lives, but the outpouring of support, gives us a
glimpse of hope that, although he is no longer here with us, his spirit, courage,
strength, kindness, sense of humor and love will live in our hearts for eternity.
I will remember the good times; cherish the memories, but try to live each day
moving forward. Our years working with many of you at ONA were by far the best
in our airline careers. We were an airline family.
Thank you. Sincerely,
Cindy Moser, May 2013




Convertible DC-8-55
Flagship Contender

UACI 747 Saudi colors
June 1979 - Febr 1981

Douglas DC-8-55F N851F,
Flagship Resurgence

ONA CREW
CONDOLENCES
TO CINDY
AND FAMILY


Christmas in Jeddah Nov. 1975
Cindy Moser, Pam Folli and Joe Moser

Celebrating the memory of Joe

The passing of Joe Moser is sad and
saying he was aviation maintenance is
not enough, nor is it enough for all
those who worked the ground portion of
the ONA fleet. The tasks were many.
To see that required repairs were made
and log books signed off amid difficult
conditions of night and rough weather.
Advising the cockpit of anything they
knew such as impending tire change
or de-icing anything that might need
to be monitored. ONA had the best of
the best and when Joe or the others
said it was OK it was OK. They were
the Captains of the aircraft until the
brakes were released.

Captain George Flavell


JOE MOSER


THE VILLAGES — Joseph Moser, 76,
died Friday, Nov. 30, 2012.

Mr. Moser, formerly of the Bronx, N.Y.,
moved to The Villages in 2010 from
Cooper City.

He was retired from aviation maintenance
and was Catholic.

Survivors include his wife, Cynthia;
sons Joseph, Chicago, Ill., William, Arnold,
Neb., and Eric, Long Island, N.Y.; sister,
Martha Howland, Fort Lauderdale;
10 grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren.

A memorial service will be held at 1 p.m.
Wednesday, Dec. 5, 2012, at Hiers-Baxley
Funeral Services, The Villages.

In lieu of flowers may be made to St. Jude’s
Children Hospital.

Arrangements entrusted by Hiers-Baxley
Funeral Services.

Obituary posted in The Villages Daily Sun.






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IN FOND AND LOVING REMEMBRANCE OF ALL FRIENDS AND COLLEAGUES WHO ARE NO LONGER WITH US