Timothy J Moshier
West Point, 2002
Be Thou At Peace
Posted by Jim and Donna Killoran on April 8, 2006:
We could never find the words in a lifetime to express the depth of our sorrow. Our hearts are broken. Tim, master of the West Point one minute power nap, was an "officer and a gentleman" in every sense, the perfect combination of class, brilliance and good-natured fun. Everyone loved Tim and his infectious sense of humor. Whenever we saw Tim flash that big smile we knew a comical animated story was soon to follow. Pat and Tim forged a friendship beginning as roommates at West Point and continued through flight school. They seemed more like brothers with unwavering trust and loyalty. Nothing was too much to ask. And dear Katie never tired of setting an extra plate at the dinner table. Tim was an extraordiary young man who will ALWAYS live in our hearts. His memory will NEVER fade. We can still see Tim and Pat passing one another on the flightline and performing their ritual "Top Gun High Five" while saying in unison, "The need for speed!" God Bless the Moshier family, the Ducks' #1 cheerleaders and home away from home. It's no wonder that Tim was such a devoted son, husband, father, brother and friend when you look at his loving and selfless family.
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