Elberta Glenice Moser
July 28, 1927 ~ December 1, 2013
On December 1, 2013, Elberta Glenice Moser passed on to glory. Elberta was born on July 28, 1927, in Grand Rapids, MN. Elberta was one of 15 children born to Elbert and Irene Cordell. The Cordell family moved to Kalispell, MT, where Elberta would go to school and meet her future husband, Joe Fisher. Elberta and Joe were married in 1942. They went on to have nine children, Teddy (deceased), LoLita, Terry, Tony, Bonnie, Coral, Clark, Daniel and Julie. The family was raised in Whitefish, MT. The Fisher’s moved to Wenatchee in 1962. Elberta worked at Skookum in their coffee shop. In 1971, Elberta and Joe divorced and Elberta moved to Reno, NV. While in Reno, Elberta worked in the food service industry. Elberta met and married Bob Smith. Several years after Bob’s passing, Elberta married Bill Moser. Following Bill Moser’s death, Elberta moved to Kennewick, WA to care for her younger sister, eventually settling in Wenatchee. Elberta was a member of the Salvation Army Church, where she was a member of Home League, a church activity that she thoroughly enjoyed.
Elberta was preceded in death by her oldest son, Teddy Fisher, who passed away in 1988. Elberta is survived by eight children, LoLita Lee, Anthony “Tony” Fisher and Bonita Dueno, all of Wenatchee, Terry Stauffer of Rock Island, Coral Harter (Dave) of Haslett, TX, Clark Fisher (Cori) of Spokane, Daniel Fisher (Lynn) of East Wenatchee and Julie Fisher Koster of Auburn, CA. She was also blessed with 11 grandchildren, Christine Lee Amadio, Jaimee Lee Roche, Cara Stauffer Taylor, Kevin Stauffer, Charlie Palmer, Destinee Griffin Grable, Briana Harter Osbourne, Eric Fisher, Jeremiah Fisher, Jennifer Fisher and Wesley Koster; ten great-grandchildren, Victoria and Maxwell Amadio, Myah and Averie Stauffer, Lennon and Lyrik Grable, Alexander and Benjamin Osbourne, and Evany Fisher and Maxwell Fisher. Elberta’s brother, Daniel Cordell of St. Regis, MT is her only surviving sibling. Elberta shared her life with numerous nieces, nephews, brothers- and sisters-in-law, friends and loved ones. She will be missed, but is now at peace.
A Memorial Service will be held at 2:00 p.m. on Saturday, December 21, 2013, at the Salvation Army Church in Wenatchee.