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Gregory P. Moessner
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Gregory Philip Moessner was born on April 27, 1963 in Bountiful, Utah to Philip Edward Moessner and Marilyn Walker Moessner. He passed away May 7, 2018 at his home in Canyon Lake.

He was preceded in death by his father, Philip Moessner and his step-father Garner R. Kimball. He is survived by his only child Victoria Moessner, his mother Marilyn Kimball, two step-brothers, one step-sister and one step sister-in-law and their families. He is also survived by his aunt and uncle Joanne and Marvin Serr and three cousins and their families.

Greg graduated from LaPorte High School, La Porte, Texas in 1981. He later graduated with an Associates degree from Lamar State College, Orange, Texas.

He worked in the Golden Triangle area for many years, first repairing valves for many of the plants in the area and then with a chemical laboratory testing facility. Greg was a resident of the Canyon Lake area for the past four and a half years.

Greg was an avid sportsman. He loved fishing, duck and deer hunting. While he was a resident of east Texas he enjoyed duck hunting with his hunting dog T’yu and fishing from his boat with his daughter and T’yu on the many lakes and bayous. One of the highlights of his fishing days were the several trips he took to Panama to fish at his step-brother’s resort. Trophy fish he caught included Tarpon, Snook, Tuna, Wahoo and Snapper. He hunted deer on the family property in Canyon Lake beginning in 1994 through 2017. He had several fine mounts of his ducks, deer and a trophy large mouth bass. He loved fishing and relaxing on the Guadalupe river near his home.

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