** TO VIEW VIDEO TRIBUTE, CLICK WEBLINK ABOVE ** Inez M. Moseley, 86, of Belle Fourche died Monday, May 4, 2015 at the Sturgis Regional Hospital. A memorial service will be held 3pm Friday May 8, 2015 at Leverington Funeral Home of the Northern Hills in Belle Fourche, with her son Scott Moseley officiating. There will be no visitation. Inurnment will take place in Pine Slope Cemetery, in Belle Fourche. She was born August 23, 1928 in Bowman, ND to Lewis and Lida (Wilson) Colvell. As a young child she grew up on the family's ranch in Karinen (Harding County), SD. The family then moved to Buffalo where her father was a mechanic and her mother ran a store. She graduated from the Buffalo High School and then attended the Black Hills State Teachers College for one year. Her working life then began as a teller for the Bank of Belle Fourche. Inez married Thomas H. Moseley on May 21, 1949 in Belle Fourche. They moved to Camp Crook to work on the Moseley ranch. After Tommy started working for MDU, they then moved to Belle Fourche for a short time followed by another move to Rapid City. Early on in Rapid City, Inez worked for the 1st National Bank of the Black Hills. In the middle of the 1960s, the family moved to 40 acres in the Black Hills near Piedmont. It was here she was happiest in family life. In the late 1970s they moved back to Camp Crook after Tommy had decided to leave MDU and to return to the family ranch work. They were divorced in 1997 whereupon Inez returned to Belle Fourche where she lived until very shortly before her death. She enjoyed various crafts and art activities: sewing, knitting, crocheting, making hooked rugs, oil painting, rock collecting and polishing, making pottery, and fabricating greeting cards from recycled materials. She enjoyed participating with her aunt George (Georgia Tessness) in the activities at the Belle Fourche Senior Citizens Center. She is survived by her sons Scott (Holly) Moseley of Camp Crook, SD and Clark (Mary Jo) Moseley of Sioux Falls, SD; grandchildren Leslie Egan, Claire Moseley, Sophie Jobbé duVal, and Louis Moseley; two great grandchildren Augustin and Grayson; and numerous cousins, nieces, and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents Lewis and Lida Colvell. A memorial has been established in her name.