Doris Rose Moser: Hat maker for cancer patients, supporter of the military

Doris Rose Moser was born Aug. 24, 1927 and died May 6, 2010. Since 1954 she was a Queen Anne resident.
Ms. Moser was extremely proud to be one of The Queen Anne Crafty Ladies.  As one of the "Ladies," Ms. Moser made well over 2,000 hats for cancer patients at Children's Hospital and the University of Washington Medical Center.
Having been the wife of a career military officer, Ms. Moser also took great pride in serving that community.  She volunteered for a number of years at the Northgate Pac Med Clinic. Ms. Moser also crocheted baby blankets for the military families of Fort Lewis who had a family member serving overseas.
Ms. Moser is survived by daughters Rebecca Furney(Joseph) of Lynchburg, Va.; Kathleen Lundh (Mike) and Joann Stranack (Greg) both of Seattle; grandchildren Nicholas Michael, Andrea Taylor (Corey), Andrew and Cody Stranack, and Erik Lundh; great-grandchildren Mackenzie and Sydney Taylor. Ms. Moser is also survived by her brother, Paul Ratzlaff, sister Edna Rhoads, and her beloved beagle, Lucy.  
Ms. Moser was preceded in death by her husband, Donald.
Memorial services are at 11 a.m., Saturday May 15, at Butterworth Funeral Home at 520 W. Raye St. with a reception following at the Queen Anne Community Center, 1901 First Ave. W. The family requests gifts in her honor be made to the Queen Anne Community Center.[[In-content Ad]]