Nathan Moyer, 90, of Erie, passed away Thursday January 1, 2015 at his residence following a brief illness.
He was born in Wheatland, PA on December 24, 1924 a son of the late Joseph and Mary Obey Moyer.
Nathan graduated from East High School and proudly served his country in the United States Army during World War II.

He retired from Hayes Manufacturing and went on to work with EMTA as a bus driver for 12 years. He was an active member of Shiloh Baptist Church where he was a member of the male chorus, the Personnel Committee and previously served as a Trustee. He was the first responder for ADT at church and was active with the food pantry and kitchen. He enjoyed singing, carpentry, and sports, especially football.

In addition to his parents he was preceded in death by one son, Gregory Moyer and 10 brothers and sisters.
Survivors include his wife of 65 years, Frances Williams Moyer; one son, Jeffrey Moyer and his wife Terri of Erie; one sister, Beatrice Watkins of Nevada; a host of grandchildren and great grandchildren; and many nieces and nephews.

Burial with military honors in Lakeside Cemetery.

January 9, 2015
I did not know Mr. Moyer, but I know some of his family very well and am very sorry for their loss. I have created this website on Life Ever After to keep his memory alive. Anyone wishing to share their memories of him can do so by emailing me and I will post it here.

Margaret Harrison


January 09, 2015
 Gone but not forgotten. A great man and next door neighbor. May God bless and comfort the family.
 Monique Pope, Erie, Pennsylvania

January 09, 2015
Our sincerest sympathy to the Moyer family & all the people that Nathan touched with his gentle inspiring way he will definitely be missed by all.
We were blessed to have the Moyers for neighbors all these years he always said hello, & acknowledged everyone with his gentlemanly way, he was always there to lend a hand and truly cared about his 4th St. neighbors.
Mike & Ginny Golab & family

To Aunt Frances and the entire family.
 My thoughts and prayers are with you at this time. I can't imagine my life without Uncle Nathan in it, at the church or back on the block.
Uncle Nate was a fine man who always had jokes. He made a great impact on my life. I have so many wonderful memories.
We say goodbye for now, but one day there will be no more goodbyes. RIP Uncle Nathan. I will carry you in my heart always.
Tell Mama and Daddy that I said hi and I'm doing fine. ;) Whenever I hear your song I will think of you. :)
Daphne Johnson, Erie, Pennsylvania  

January 09, 2015
In loving memory of a wonderful person. We will love you and miss you always.
Melvin (Steve) Woodard, Erie, Pennsylvania

January 09, 2015
Mr Moyer was really one of a kind. He was a man of god that loved his church family as well as his own family. He was the true definition of a man.
Our deepest sympathy to Mrs. Moyer, Jeff and the Moyer family. Jeff, I'm a phone call away, Peace bro.
Jimmy and Lisa Jones, Charlotte, North Carolina

January 09, 2015
This was one of THE nicest men I have ever known. I'm so sorry to see he is gone.
Mr Moyer, tell my dad hi and you two have fun fishing.
Rev Sandi smith, Pennsylvania

January 09, 2015
To the Moyer family, sorry for your loss. Mr. Moyer was a very kind man. 4th Street won't be the same without him.
He may be gone but he will never be forgotten.
Sybil Conwell (Jackson), Colorado Springs, Colorado

January 08, 2015
Truly a God fearing man. Love him and will miss him. was a bless to everyone he came in contact with. God makes no mistakes. He and Helen can run around heaven together.
 Beverly DeBoe, Erie, Pennsylvania

January 08, 2015
To my favorite of all my uncle's and aunts (shhhh) I will always cherish the laughter and memories throughout the years.
Thank you for always welcoming me "home" even after Dad passed many years ago. I love you Uncle Roach, you will be missed and never forgotten.
Valli Moyer, Houston, Texas

January 08, 2015
To the Moyer Family, As your beloved has parted this life, I am assured that when he sees his Savior face to face,
 He will surely be "smiling" down on this faithful servant.....Nathan Moyer.
LaVerne Pryor, Erie, Pennsylvania  

January 08, 2015
Moyer Family: my thoughts and prayers are with you at this time.
Stacy McClure, Erie, Pennsylvania

January 08, 2015
Nathan was a true servant of God. Kind to everyone and would do whatever was asked of him without complaining.
To the family God has called a true servant of God home. God needs him now as one of his own soldiers. Know that he is watching over you.
Leslie Gavin, Glenn Dale, Maryland

January 08, 2015
To Mrs. Moyer, Jeffrey, and the family of Nathan Moyer.
Our condolences to a great man of God who was our next door neighbor on East 4th Street for 17 years.
Given the nickname as "Mayor of 4th Street" he befriended all and exhibited his many talents as well.
When he wasn't working, Mr. Moyer would be seen carrying, tools, ladders, and wood. etc to one of the homes on the block, or to the church that he so loved, Shiloh Baptist.
He was a "jack of all trades and master of many"....a hard working man..
Many years ago, I asked Mr. Moyer why he always called me Mrs. Pryor, but addressed my husband as Bill. He said he could never call me by my first name.
That's the respect he showed for so many people. He was loved and respected by our family so much and will never to be forgotten.
We extend our Heartfelt Sympathy and Love to the entire Moyer family.
Rest In Peace, Mr. Moyer.......your journey is over, but "God IS Smiling On You" right now.
The Pryor Family, Erie, Pennsylvania

January 08, 2015
 A great man of God and a good friend. To know him was to love him.
You will be missed.
Anthony Carlgren, Ohio

January 08, 2015
Uncle Nate 4th St will not be the same without you. My heart is heavy but I know you are singing in the heavenly choir.
You will be missed dearly... God Bless the family.
 Diane Burton, Erie, Pennsylvania

January 08, 2015
Bro. Moyer, Was an honorable man with great morals and values. Loved his wife (Red) as he called her.
His son Jeffrey was his best friend. A great grandfather and most of all he loved his church family. He maybe gone but will never be forgotten.
Mr. Mrs, Bobby Powell, Erie, Pa., Pennsylvania  

January 08, 2015
so sorry for your loss, nate was a good friend the eddy family.

January 08, 2015
Words cannot express the sorrow we feel at the loss of a great man of God, a faithful servant and a wonderful all around person.
We will miss "Bishop" Moyer and his gentle nature and wonderful sense of humor. God bless you family and may He shed His grace upon you at this time.
We love you.
Michael and Denise Whitaker
Denise Whitaker, Erie, Pennsylvania  

January 08, 2015

Papa, I really cant believe your not here anymore. You are truly missed by all of us.
Please look over nana n daddy and help the both of them get thru the hard times. I know you are in a better place but I would trade anything in the world to have you back with us. What I would give jus to hear ur voice one more time, to hear you say that Rika, Terrin n myself made your day or that we crack you up or just to hear your laugh and see you smile.
I am blessed to have had you as my grandpa and appreciate your love and the advice you always gave me.
I love you so much papa. I will continue to keep u n nana in my prayers n close to my heart.
 Lashae Moyer, Erie, Pennsylvania


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