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Alberta “Birdie” Moser Warnett

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Alberta “Birdie” Moser Warnett

June 30, 1926 ~ May 11, 2014

Alberta “Birdie” Moser Warnett, 87, a lifetime Chelan, WA and Wenatchee Valley resident, passed away on Sunday, May 11, 2014, at Regency Manor in Chelan. She was born on June 30, 1926, at home in Monitor, WA to parents, Charles and Lela Ruble. She went to school in Wenatchee and later was married to H.H.“Pat” Moser on April 18, 1944. They moved to make their home in Chelan. Birdie kept busy as a house wife, an Avon distributor and working at Chelan Elementary in the kitchen, as well as for a local ceramic shop. Pat preceded her in death in 1983. She later married Adam Warnett in 1984, and they moved to Wenatchee. Following Adam’s passing in 1993, she returned to Chelan. Birdie enjoyed camping, fishing and sports, especially watching the Mariners.

She was preceded in death by her parents; two husbands, H.H.“Pat” Moser and Adam Warnett; sisters, Edith Hanson and Marge Evett; brothers, Albert “Al” and Elmer “Jim” Ruble; and granddaughter, Tanya Rhodes. Birdie leaves behind her sons, Ron (Cynthia) Moser of Rock Island, WA, Roger (Rosa) Moser and Greg (Peggy) Moser, all of Chelan; sister, Evelyn Duponty of Gig Harbor, WA; brother, Chuck (Charlotte) Ruble of East Wenatchee; eight grandchildren, Greg (Sandy) Moser, Ryan (Rosi) West, Kym (Jose) Carrion, Brenden (Elisha) Moser, Tysen Moser, Robin (Donald) Cocherl, Dominic Fabian and Samantha Moser; 16 great-grandchildren, Christian Moser, Brenna, Cameron and Christopher West, Emma and Brooke Carrion, Haden Moser, Emery and Irelyn Cocherl, Brittany, Josh, Brendan and Forest Rhodes, and Jennifer, Justin and Josh Nelson; and five great-great-grandchildren.

Special thanks to Heritage Heights Assisted Living and Regency Manor for the care given to mom in the last few years.

A family Graveside Service will be held in Evergreen Memorial Park. Arrangements are in the care of Heritage Memorial Chapel, East Wenatchee.

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