Moss leaves after years of excellence
May 23, 2012 • Isabel Reyes, editor
Filed under Personalities
This Friday the Seniors will not be the only ones leaving us. Doug Moss will join them. He is retiring his teaching career and is hoping to start his own CADD consulting business this coming January.
Moss said his favorite memory here was when graduated student Vianney Flores received Best in State in Waco at the State TSA competition.
“I will most miss that moment when I notice a student ‘gets it’ in the CADD Lab,” Moss said. “Learning that AutoCAD program is very difficult for most students. After months of stressful work, one can see when a student ‘gets it’. Yeah, BIG grin time!”
This summer Moss is going to become more involved in ministry and will spend more time with his family, which includes his wife, four sons, and nine grandchildren.
“I’ve done many things in my life, and I’ve been blessed through every one of them–just didn’t realize it until late in life,” Moss said. “Some of those things were very hard, some very dangerous, some heart-rending, some joyous, and some just boring. But each one prepared me for the next, and every one prepared me for this next step in my life.”
Moss is staying in his current home for the next two years until he builds his final home with his wife in New Mexico.