Breckenridge Texan

Heath Alan Mosley

Heath Alan Mosley
July 24
17:38 2022

Heath Alan Mosley, 54, of Breckenridge, formerly of West, passed away on Wednesday, July 20, 2022, at Baylor Scott and White All Saints Hospital in Fort Worth. His burial at the Breckenridge Cemetery will take place at 10:00 a.m. on Tuesday, July 26, 2022. His funeral service will take place later that day at 1:30 p.m. at Melton-Kitchens Funeral Home with Andy Rodgers, pastor of First Baptist Church, officiating. All arrangements are under the direction of the Melton-Kitchens Funeral Home.

Heath was born on November 7, 1967, to Joe Mosley and Doris Machac Mosley in Waco. He attended West and Connally schools and was a member of the Connally Class of 1986. Heath spent many years working with his dad operating Brazos Construction Machinery, building a business reputation for being reliable and having integrity. In 2021 Heath earned his real estate license and looked forward to building his business in Breckenridge.

A cowboy at heart, Heath rode bulls in his youth, and never lost the passion for bull riding, raising bucking bull stock, and attending live events. A lover of music, Heath attended many performances for local and new artists.

Heath married Amy Katherine Fore Brown on July 9, 2010. Together they blended their families into one where “step” was rarely heard. Heath loved West Texas, and when Amy asked him if he would consider moving to Breckenridge so she could be close to her parents, he didn’t hesitate to say yes. He was so excited to be a resident of his new “hometown,” rushing out to put a chrome Buckaroo on the tailgate of his pickup and buy a Buckaroo cap.

Preceding him in death were his grandparents, Hellon and Frank Mosley and Hattie and Raymond Machac, along with his father-in-law, Carter Fore.

Heath is survived by his wife Amy of Breckenridge; sons Chance Mosley and wife Brookanne of Hubbard, and Travis Brown of Waco; daughter, Monica Brown of Lubbock; parents, Joe and Doris Mosley of Hubbard; sister, Robyn Mosley; granddaughter, Landry Paige Mosley; mother-in-law, Julie Fore; sisters-in-law, Melinda Fore and Melanie Maes and husband Patrick; niece, Abigail Trompler; nephews, Evan Maes and wife Haley along with their son Thomas, Cameron Maes, and John Carter Maes; Chance’s mother, Heather Mosley; a friend who was like a brother, Allen Ballew; and numerous other friends and extended family whom he valued dearly.

During his illness, Heath was the recipient of the gift of numerous blood donations. The family encourages you, if you are able, to honor him by donating blood and signing up to be an organ donor. Memorials may be made to Heath’s favorite charity, St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital in Memphis, Tennessee. Condolences can be made online at meltonkitchens.com

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