Rank Mosley Obituary, Death – By posting an item on its Facebook page, the resort showed respect for Mosley and paid tribute to him. The statement said that “today we mourn the passing of our dear friend, who proudly served in a variety of capacities.” According to what was mentioned in the statement. “At the same time, we are celebrating a magnificent life that was well lived and the enduring legacy that he leaves behind at America’s Resort,” she said. “It was a privilege to have known him.” We are going to miss having him here with us.
The passing of a man whose name has been closely intertwined with the idea of “America’s Resort” has caused the Greenbrier Resort to be in a state of sorrow. Frank Walker Mosley died on Monday. The fact that Mosley had been employed at The Greenbrier for more than 60 years was a source of great pride for him. The information provided by his fellow employees indicates that he began working at the resort for the first time on May 20th, 1959.
During the course of his career, he worked at the resort in a variety of various roles and capacities. In a post that Mosley made on the Facebook page of the Greenbrier Resort, he said that the highlight of his time working there was when he got to meet Tiger Woods in 2013. He said that the encounter was in 2013. Before beginning his career at The Greenbrier, Mosley served in both the United States Army and in the Korean War. He was a veteran of both conflicts.