A Note to Clients About the Passing of Morey "Doc" Moseman
by Doc's Sports - 12/21/2012
As many of you have heard, the founder of Doc’s Sports Services, Morris “Morey” Moseman, AKA “Doc,” passed away on Friday, Dec. 14, 2012. His passing was peaceful and he was surrounded by family.
Doc was a pioneer of the sports handicapping industry. He started Doc’s Sports Services in 1971 with little more than an idea and a dream. More than 40 years later, Doc’s Sports is widely considered the preeminent sports handicapping service in the nation. Doc’s 40+-year commitment to putting the client first is the reason that he enjoyed so many years of success in the industry, and it’s also the reason that Doc’s Sports continues to be an industry leader in handicapping and customer service.
After dedicating much of his adult life to his company, it was no secret that Doc had started to move out of the spotlight the last seven years and enjoy his semi-retirement before his passing. While he still had some part in the handicapping aspect of the business which was college football, he served more in an advisory fashion, grooming the team that will strive every day to continue his legacy of excellence in handicapping and putting the client first. It was great for him that in his latter years he was able to enjoy his other true passions that included hunting, fishing, farming and his love for the outdoors. He always stated that what will continue to make Doc's Sports a huge success is the fact that we have individual handicappers for each indivudal sport. The best of the best if you will.
The same handicapping team has been in place at Doc’s Sports for 7+ years. We want to assure clients that there will be no change in the day-to-day operations at Doc’s. The Doc’s team is dedicated to continuing to run the business Doc built with the same integrity and top-notch service that clients have enjoyed for more than four decades.
Wade Allen Moseman, our general manager and son of Doc, has grown up in the world of sports betting, as Doc’s Sports Services started a couple years before he was born. He has been working side by side with his father for more than 20 years and knows the ins and outs of the industry better than most. Our lead handicapper, Max, has been groomed by Doc as his successor for more than 10 years. Our site editor and content manager Jeremy Martin, has been in his position for more than a decade.
The bottom line is that even though the sports betting industry lost a legend, Doc’s Sports Services will continue to thrive, and the Doc’s Sports team will continue to operate within the high morals and extreme dedication that Doc has built the company on since Day 1.
If you have any more questions regarding this loss, or for any general questions regarding Doc’s Sports expert sports handicapping team, feel free to toll-free call any time during our posted customer service hours.
Doc’s Sports Web Site Manager
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