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Vivienne Mahalia Mosser
November 1, 1940 - January 30, 2006

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SuzAnn SpindorCatherine Reed
Linda & Paul JamesSharon Murray
Kimberly, Jason and Kayla Walter (Powell)Paul, Noma, & Vaughn Mullens
Elizabeth HenthornGeorge & Diana Steelman
Glenn and Shirley SchneiderGlenn and Shirley Schneider
Jeannie SeamonsTeri Walker


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By: SuzAnn Spindor Feb 12, 2006
Words cannot express a relationship anyone had with this special lady. I feel so honored and privileged to have spent the short time together that we shared. She literally took me in and shared what was in her heart with me. She said we were so much alike. She was a very independent lady. I was about the only one she would let help her do anything. In fact, together we made quite a team.

She taught me about listening - not how to hear, but how to listen to what people say and mean. You had always better be honest with Mrs. Mosser. If she asked you a question, she probably already knew the answer. I knew Mrs. Mosser very well, inside and out. It is out of a deep respect that I call her Mrs. Mosser. She understood that and never pressed me to call her anything else.

During the short time we knew each other, tragedy struck the Mosser family. I made myself available for Mrs. Mosser, anytime she wanted to visit, vent or reminisce. She knew her deepest thoughts were always safe with me. They always will be.

I miss Mrs. Mosser so much. Time will not make the hurt go away - I will always miss her.

I felt a deep peace when I learned of her passing away. Anyone who knew Mrs. Mosser would not want her to suffer, loose her independence, or that winning go get 'em attitude. So, for that I feel peace. I also feel like she finally has answers to her questions about Philip.

I would like to thank God and Mr. Mosser for sharing this wonderful lady with me.

M. SuzAnn Spindor
By: Maurice and Sheryl Mueller Feb 5, 2006
Vickie was such a fun loving lady. Her humor was always a surprise and made me laugh. For Rex it must be difficult each day without her. Remember the memories and keep them alive for your sons and grandsons.

Our prayers are with you.
By: Catherine Reed Feb 2, 2006
Mrs. Mosser was a very special person. I spoke with her a few weeks ago and she sounded as wonderful as she always did. She was such a generous and kind person. She will be greatly missed. My thoughts and prayers are with the family.
By: Linda & Paul James Feb 2, 2006
We only met Vicki briefly a couple of months ago when Rex kindly showed us around his ranch. She was such a warm and friendly lady who made us feel so very welcome. We offer our condolences to Rex and his family.
By: Sharon Murray Feb 2, 2006
I have lived in the Willis area for the past 30 years. Anyone living in that area knew Vicki and her kind ways and her giving spirit. My son who is now 28 years old went to the Cherry Tree day care and from there our relationship started. She was an outstanding member of the Willis community and will be greatly missed by her good deeds. I fell on hard times about 6 years ago and meet her at one of her rent houses not knowing who owned the home I rented for 3 years and also came to buy about 3 years ago from this remarkable lady in Lake Conroe Hills but her generousity throughout that time and how she helped me was an angel in disguise! I looked up to that fine, hard working lady and will miss her. My prayers are with her and her family at this time. Sincerely, Sharon Murray
By: Elizabeth Henthorn Feb 1, 2006
I've known the Mosser family for many years. I went to school with Mike and have known David, who went to school with my late brother Donald, for over 20 years. My prayers go out to Rex, Mike and David during this difficult time.
By: Kimberly Walter (Powell) Feb 1, 2006
I grew up with Vicki and Rex living right down the road. I really don't know the words that can explain how Vicki has touched our lives. She always knew how to lighten up the room and make people laugh. Somethings she would do would totally stun you but that was Vicki enjoying life- I remember her saying you gotta live a little. She showed us all on how to enjoy life and treasure it. Our heart and prayers go out to Rex and her sons, and her grandchildren. Vicki was a very unique person and will be missed. We know she is up in Heaven watching over all her loved ones.
By: Jeannie Seamons Feb 1, 2006
I only knew Vicki a few years but she always made me laugh. I was amazed at how much energy and spunk there was in that tiny body. She was realistic about life and its many trials and tribulations. My prays go out to Rex and her family. I know there will be BIG empty space for a long time. She was a wonderful person and my life is better for having known her. She will be missed.
By: Teri Walekr Feb 1, 2006
To Rex and family,

I met Vicki several years ago through Cynthia at a jewlery show I had with her. Vicki was an absoulte delight that day. Since I work in Madisonville, we have spent time together on several occations. One thing I really admired about Vicki is that she always spoke her mind. She always wanted to do good by others. As you already know she will be missed by many.

I am a better person for having her touch my life.

God bless you all in this time of healing.

Teri Walker
By: Mike Johnston Feb 1, 2006
I met Vicki and Rex at Vicki's Menagerie only a few weeks ago. An artist from England named Paul James had asked me to find him some Texas Longhorns to photograph and paint. A friend of mine made the arrangements for us to meet Rex and Vicki and what a wonderful and memorable day. They were both so nice and acommodating. Their generosity with their time and their ranch made such an impression on me that when I heard Vicki had passed I felt a loss from only meeting them one day. To those who knew them better, I can only imagine your loss and I'll keep you and her family in my prayers.

Mike Johnston

Texas Art Depot

Palestine, Texas

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