|Name||Hubert Alan Moffett|
|CMS Member #||974|
|Obituary||MOFFETT — Hubert Alan Moffett, 82, of Fresno died July 13. He was a public school counselor. Memorial: 2 p.m. July 28 at United Christian Church. Arrangements: Neptune Society of Central California.|
Read more here: http://www.fresnobee.com/2013/07/20/3397649/obituaries-for-sunday-july-21.html#storylink=cpy 
5/20/31 - 7/13/13
Hubert Alan Moffett was born May 20, 1931 in Artesia, CA to parents Victor and Dorothy Moffett. Hugh, his older brother Frank and younger sister Judy, grew up among the orange groves of Southern California with a view of Mount Baldy from his front yard. After graduating from Whittier High School and Fullerton Junior College, he began studies at Whittier College where he was attending when he was drafted into the U.S. Army. Hugh served his country as a Military Police in Korea, beginning about the time the truce was signed.
Upon completion of his time in the Army, he started his studies again at Whittier College. This was where he met the love of his life, Janet Sue Loffland. Hugh received his BA in Sociology from Whittier College and his MA in Educational Counseling & Guidance from Fresno State College. Hugh’s profession of a school counselor, both for high school students and later as a district counselor for elementary students was a perfect fit for his kind and compassionate nature. He thoroughly enjoyed counseling right up until his retirement.
Hugh loved traveling, camping, spending time with family and friends, oil painting, creative writing and having fun. He never took himself too seriously. Working for the public school system enabled him to spend summers with his family, including regular trips to Kings Canyon, Sequoia and Yosemite National Parks, and many interstate trips including a two-month trip around the U.S. and into Canada. Later travel included Hawaii for their 25th and 50th wedding anniversaries, to Scotland with the Clan Moffat Society and to New England to see the fall colors.
Church and community involvement were important to Hugh. He was an active member of United Christian Church for over 50 years, singing in the choir and serving in many capacities. Hugh’s love and respect for other cultures was evident in his involvement with Jan in Fresno Interdenominational Refugee Ministries, hosting foreign students throughout the years, and “adopting” many people who became “family.”
Hugh is survived by Janet, his best friend and wife of 54 wonderful years; daughter Chris Miller and her husband Dave; son Victor Moffett and wife Martha; daughter Julie Towery and her husband Scott; his seven adored grandchildren: Zachary, Riane, Michaela, Kaitlyn, Lauren, Hailey and Erin; sister Judy Bair; numerous nieces and nephews and extended family, as well as the many other special people that Hugh considered family.
Hugh was a man of faith, integrity and character, a man who loved and laughed and listened. And although he will be greatly missed by all, he is where he spent his life preparing for…to be with his Lord and Savior, Jesus. 
|Birth||20 May 1931||Artesia, Los Angeles Co., California, USA |
|Death||13 July 2013||Fresno, Fresno Co., California, USA |
|Person ID||I58326||Clan Moffat Genealogy|
|Last Modified||23 July 2013|
|Father||Victor Saint Moffett, b. 20 April 1902, Henry Co., Indiana, USA d. 15 November 1978, Brawley, Imperial Co., California, USA (Age 76 years)|
|Mother||Dorothy Elizabeth Horton, b. 2 July 1902, Monrovia, Morgan Co., Indiana, USA d. 15 August 1978, Sacramento, Sacramento Co., California, USA (Age 76 years)|
|Marriage||16 August 1924||East Whittier, Los Angeles Co., California, USA |
|Family ID||F40726||Family Group Sheet | Family Chart|
|Family ID||F40729||Family Group Sheet | Family Chart|
|Last Modified||30 March 2004|
|Photos||Hubert Alan Moffett|
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