Ronald Wayne Moser passed away on July 8, 2019. A Memorial Service honoring Ron's life is planned for Saturday, August 3, at Victory Baptist Church, 1800 Archer Road, in Baytown beginning at 11 am. Memorial donations in memory of Officer Ron Moser can be made to the Baytown Police Association, Help a Hero fund, at the following link: http://baytownmpa.org
In the coffee brewing hours of July 8, 2019, Ron Moser passed away peacefully in his home in Baytown, Texas where he lived with his beloved wife, Jean Moser, throughout their 34 years of marriage. Surrounded by innumerable friends and family in his final days, the outpouring of love was a testament to how dearly Ron was loved and respected.
Born January 13, 1948 in Huntsville, TX. Ron made Baytown his home for more than 50 years.
Ron is survived by his wife of 34 years, Jean McDaniel Moser. Children: Laura Moser Porras (Carlos) of Kyle, Texas, David Moser (Amy) of Baytown. Grandchildren Jenna Kadjar-Looft (Evan) of Denton, Texas, Taylor Moser Morehead (Michael) of Beach City, Alyssa Kadjar of Kyle, Texas, Matthew and Tanner Moser, both of Baytown. One Great Granddaughter, Kate Morehead, who brought joy to his heart. His sister, Carol Middleton (Peyton) of Conroe, Texas and niece, Rebecca Wood (Robert), of Willis, Texas. As well as cousins, who were as close as siblings, Marilyn Betancourt of Baytown, Bill Kinney (Ronnie) of Beach City and Charlie Kinney (Paula) of Baytown. Also survived by numerous friends and loved ones, as well as retired and active Brothers and Sisters in Blue with Baytown PD.
Ron was preceded in death by his parents Imogene (Jean) and John Baker of Coldspring, Texas and his dear Aunt and Uncle, Jewel and Billy E. Kinney of Baytown.
Ron proved a dedicated and humble servant to his country, community, and family his entire life. As an honored Army Veteran, he served our great nation as a Specialist-E5 Combat Medic attached to a Recon Unit along the DMZ in South Korea during the Vietnam War. After returning from service, Ron worked with GTE and then US Steel. Soon after, he joined the Baytown Police Department on March 1,1977, retiring, after 23 years, on August 31, 2000. As an officer, he served as a Field Training Officer, a member of the Honor Guard, and President of the Baytown Municipal Police Association, where he was honored as Officer of the Year in 1991 by the Texas Municipal Police Associate. Ron started the Police Explorer Program at Baytown PD, and was a founding officer of the Harris County Organized Crime and Narcotics Task Force.
Ron loved spending time with his family or going on shell-finding adventures at the beach with his wife. He would rather be outside at his favorite fishing hole, in his garage shop, or tending to a garden. No matter where, you could always find Ron with a cup of coffee in hand and a notepad handy for jotting down his creative ideas.
A Memorial Service honoring Ron's life is planned for Saturday, August 3, at Victory Baptist Church, 1800 Archer Road, in Baytown beginning at 11 am.
Memorial donations in memory of Officer Ron Moser can be made to the Baytown Police Association, Help a Hero fund, at the following link: