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Ashly Mosttler

Ashly Mosttler

October 26, 1985 September 14, 2020

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Obituary for Ashly Caprice Mosttler

Ashly Caprice Mosttler, 34, passed on Monday, September 14, 2020 at Southwest Medical Center in Liberal, Kansas. She was born on October 26, 1985, to Brenda Lynne (Heady) and Kenneth “Moose” Earl Mosttler in Garden City, Kansas. She graduated from Sublette High School in 2004 and continued her education at Emporia State University obtaining a Bachelor of Accounting and a Master of Business Administration in Accounting. While at ESU she was a charter member of the Accounting Club, Beta Alpha Psi. Ashly spent the last nine years working for Koch Industries.

While in high school Ashly played basketball and softball, making trips to state tournaments in both sports. Her love for athletics followed her through life as she later played competitive softball and ran 5Ks. She loved the arts, going to plays and musicals, or a good book store. Ashly determined if a book was right for her by reading the first and the last chapter before committing herself. She was member of Nitelites, a community service organization raising money for local scholarships. Passion for travel and adventure led Ashly to explore places such Greece, Iceland and Vietnam. Treasured memories include a sunset tour of the Mediterranean while in Greece and a food tour in Vietnam. She also enjoyed riding four-wheelers on all the beaches she visited. Ashly and her best friend, Kerri, took turns choosing their destinations. When traveling she was able to spend time with her best friend while exploring the marvels of other parts of the world. Ashly carried many friendships from childhood into adulthood as well as gaining new ones along the way. Her friends and family brought meaning into her life. 

Ashly was an active member of the Sublette United Methodist Church and the United Methodist Women. This congregation was her home church, where she participated in youth events as a teenager. Ashly's presence at Sunday morning services was steadfast and she actively participated in UMW meetings and events. She cherished the sense of community and the gathering of people.

She is survived by her parents, Kenneth and Brenda Mosttler of Sublette; a brother, Anthony Mosttler of Lenexa, KS; sisters, Tiffany Mosttler of Sublette, and Tessa McClung and husband Robert of Surprise, AZ; a niece, Riley McClung of Surprise, AZ; maternal grandfather, Richard Heady of Meade, KS; and her beloved dog, Daisy.

Ashly was preceded in death by her maternal grandmother, Nan Mosttler; her Paka, Walt Mosttler; and her paternal grandparents, Walter “Doral” and Elsie Katherine Mosttler.

A private family service will be held at the Sublette United Methodist Church. Cremation has taken place with inurnment at Haskell County Cemetery.

In lieu of flowers, the family would suggest memorial contributions to; Lindsey & TJ Memorial Scholarship, Sublette United Methodist Church, Victory in the Valley,  Ronald McDonald House Charities of Wichita, or Kansas Humane Society in care of Weeks Family Funeral Home & Crematory, PO Box 1200, Sublette, Ks 67877. Condolences may be left online at WeeksFamilyFuneralHome.com

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Denise Schutt

Ashley was such a ray light. I remember most everytime we went to visit Sue and Heather was in town, Ashley was usually right there too. She really loved being around family and was always very thoughtful and caring of others. She will be greatly missed, but I know that she is now without pain and celebrating with other friends and family in heaven. God needed her to continue helping others from her home in heaven, so he called her home to present her angel wings to go with the light radiating from within read.
I know that she will always be looking after her family, friends and helping others from above.
So if you see a ray a light in the sky, your home, indoors or outdoors, it just may be our Angel Ashley reminding you her light shines on.
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Bob & Barb Lamborn

"Ashly Mosttler" will remain in our hearts forever.
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Stephanie Anker

My deepest condolences to the entire family. I met Ashly when I worked at Koch. She was a caring person and always take time out of her busy schedule to help me when I need it both work and personal life. It is an honor and blessing I got to know Ashly and will miss her.
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Janet Nelson

Kenny and Brenda, I'm so sorry!! Ash was one of a kind! But where she is now, is priceless!! Love all of you bunches!
Janet and Art
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