Bill G. Moler 1930 ~ 2020


Bill G. Moler was born to Laura and Tip Moler April 10, 1930 in Mangum, Oklahoma and passed away November 2, 2020 at Great Plains Regional Medical Center in Elk City, Oklahoma at the age of 90 years, 6 months and 23 days.

Bill grew up in Hammon, Oklahoma where he attended school and graduated in 1948. He met and was later married to Dorothy Dixon at Sayre, Oklahoma. Bill went to work for the Burlington Santa Fe railroad in 1948 where he later became roadmaster and continued with Burlington that spanned 38 years. After his retirement he became a cattle buyer. He bought and sold cattle for various cattle companies, sale barns and farmers. To say he was just an “avid buyer” would be an understatement. He was still buying cattle at the time of his passing. Everyone that knew Bill loved him.

He is preceded in death by his parents, wife, Dorothy; two daughters, Jeanie Griffith and Judy Marshall; one grandson, Shaughn Griffith; two brothers and three sisters.

Bill is survived by his son, Don Moler and special friends, Dusty Milanes Elk City, OK and College Station, TX; two grandchildren, Angela Brookshier and husband, Michael, Wellston, OK and Jamie Bradley and husband, Justin, Moore, OK; great grandchildren, Bryce, Colby, Cynthia, Lindsey, Cayla, Casey and Craig; five great great grandchildren, Eldon, Lucas, Ellie, Ember and Leo; a special friend, Joan Wilson, Sayre, OK and a host of other relatives and friends.

The family suggest masks be worn and social distance of others be observed.

Graveside services were held Friday, November 6, 2020 at 10:30 a.m. at Cheyenne Cemetery officiated by Andy Taylor. Arrangements are under the direction of Chris Whinery and the staff of Affordable Cremation Ser vice-West. Condolences can be made online www.


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