Scott G. Moses

Dec. 3, 1957-Jan. 9, 2021

Scott G. Moses, 63,

Minot, ND, passed away

Saturday, January 9, 2021,

at Trinity Hospital in


Scott Glen Moses was

born December 3, 1957,

the son of Verndale and

Marjorie (Stickney)

Moses, in Minot, ND. The

family lived in Epping in

his early years, moving to

Donnybrook when he was

eight. He was educated in

the Minot Public Schools,

graduating with the Bi-

centennial class of ’76.

After graduation, he

moved to Fargo where he

lived in a group home and

was employed with an in-

dustrial firm. When he

left Fargo, he moved to

Minot to live, work and be

closer to family. He was

employed by the Eagles

organization for many

years as a member of the

kitchen staff. After leaving

the Eagles, he found em-

ployment at the Milton R.

Young Towers (where he

resided). He worked in

the maintenance depart-

ment and held this posi-

tion until his retirement

in 2019. He loved his

work, his co-workers, and

the staff and residents of

the Towers. He took his

work very seriously but,

when the day was done,

he loved visiting with

friends and taking walks

around town. He never

met a stranger! There are

many caring souls who

looked out for one another

at the Towers, generous

and kind residents and

staff. If you knew Scott,

you knew he fit right in;

he was happy and content


Scott enjoyed going to

sporting events around

town, to the ND State Fair

and all of the concerts.

His mother and stepfather

picked him up for church

every Saturday evening,

and they attended almost

every Arts in the Park

concerts over many years.

When family came to

visit, he looked forward to

spending time with them

and (hopefully) going out

for supper at a local res-


Scott had a big, kind,

loving heart. He loved his

family unconditionally.

We spoke many times of

how lucky we were to be

so close, to just enjoy be-

ing together. He was out-

going and the friendliest

guy you ever met. Every-

where he went, he recog-

nized someone he knew,

even if it was from “way

back when.” It gave him

great joy to stop and visit

for a while, and he made

your day brighter just by

being in it!

His loving family in-

cludes: stepfather, Charles

Graetz, Minot; sisters, Lee

Ann Moses (Craig Os-

born), Minot, and Susan

Lawson, Las Vegas, NV;

brother, Vern Moses

(Lynette Sailor), Landa;

nieces and nephews, Kris-

ti, Katie, Shawn, Travis,

Jeri, Sean, and Chad; and

numerous cousins and ex-

tended family members.

Scott was preceded in

death by: his father, Vern-

dale Moses; mother, Mar-

jorie Graetz;

brothers-in-law, Michael

Yates and Terry Lawson,

and niece, Amy Lawson.

Funeral: Friday, Janu-

ary 15, 2021, at 2:30 pm at

Vincent United Methodist

Church in Minot, ND. The

family encourages those

attending to wear masks

and social distance.

Interment: Sunset

Memorial Gardens, Minot,


Visitation: Friday one

hour prior to the service

at the church.

Memorials: In lieu of

flowers, memorials are

preferred to the 2nd Sto-

ry, a nonprofit social club

for adults with develop-

mental disabilities, locat-

ed at 13 1st Ave. SW,

Minot, ND, 58701, or a

contribution to a local

food bank.

The service will be

livestreamed for the pub-

lic to view and can be ac-

cessed by going to the

Vincent United Methodist

Church website


Those wishing to sign

the online register and

share memories may ac-

cess the online obituaries

section at www.thompson