Robert M. Moser
March 16th, 1958 - September 3, 2021
Robert Mathew Moser passed away in the comfort of his home on September 3rd, 2021, at age 63. He was born March 16th, 1958, in Lakeland, Florida and adopted by his mom and dad, Iva and Dee Moser of Yuma, AZ.
Robby was a wonderful man, godfather, and friend who was well loved and admired by all who knew him. He loved to water ski out at Martinez Lake, cruise around out at the sand dunes, go fishing at his secret fishing spots, and build beautiful carpentry pieces. Robby also enjoyed playing his Tama drum set and listening to blues and jazz music. He collected over 100 pieces of modern and antique musical instruments. He always joked that he could start an entire orchestra with his collection.
Robby started building homes with his dad at a young age and later went on to work for several custom home builders in Yuma as his career. He was one of the most giving, goofiest, and self-less persons. He always offered his time and talents to help anyone whenever he could. He was always cracking jokes, making funny faces, and could make everyone around him laugh.
Robby had been battling a rare form of cancer for over two and a half years, but never gave up on trying to be there for others. Through surgery, chemo and towards the end, he was still making people laugh and smile with his mischievous jokes and pranks. A huge piece of all our hearts is gone but never forgotten. We love you so much Robby! Hope you're listening to Chet Baker playing the trumpet and eating a corn dog with a cold mountain dew and a big piece of chocolate cake up in heaven.
Robby is survived by his cousin Danny and Pam Moser, his god daughter Kailey Jo Stanhope and fianc Douglas Valdez, and extended family Lea and Kevin Stanhope.
A Celebration of Life will be held at 3:30 pm on Saturday, October 2nd, 2021 at The Yuma County Fairgrounds West Gate entrance off of Pacific. 1950 E 24th St, Yuma, AZ 85365.
All friends & public are welcome.
Please sign the guestbook at www.legacy.com/obituaries/yumasun
Published by Yuma Sun on Sep. 19, 2021.