A Tribute To Councilman Tommy Moser

A Message From The City
We are deeply saddened by the sudden loss of Councilman Tommy Moser. He was a remarkable public servant, beloved family man, and a good friend.

We reflect on the positive impact and contributions he made to the citizens of La Porte and especially those living in District 4.

May fond memories of Councilman Tommy Moser bring comfort to those who mourn his loss.

-Mayor Louis R. Rigby
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His Biography

  • Lifetime resident of La Porte
  • Married Gwenda in 1982, she is also a life long resident
  • Our parents on both sides graduated from La Porte High School
  • Oldest daughter: Kristin, and husband, Kenny Martin
  • Daughter: Monique, and husband, Ryan Whitehead
  • One son: Dustin
  • Grandsons: Garett, Landon, and Braylan
  • Granddaughter: Faith

Business & Professional
  • Owner and Operator of Moser Electrical Company since 1985
  • Served on Ad Hoc Board of Codes
  • Volunteer for the La Porte Rodeo Association
  • Volunteer for Community Activities
  • Coach for La Porte Little League Baseball, Football and Basketball
  • Assistant Coach for Girl’s Softball

  • Graduate of La Porte High School in 1978
  • Graduate of Joint Apprentice Training Center in Houston, Texas in 1983
  • State of Texas Electrical Master License
  • State of Texas Electrical Contractor’s License

Hobbies & Interests

  • Grandkids and Family