Darlene Grant Mosley – Class of 1979

Darlene Grant Mosley (1979)
Bachelor of Science, Sacred Music

Darlene is now Assistant Professor of Psychology at Pensacola State College and an Organist/Accompanist for Milton First United Methodist Church.

Other items of interest:

  • Married to Jerry Mosley until his homecoming in 2000.
  • She has three sons: Grant Mosley lives in San Diego and is training for Mixed Martial Arts. Asa Mosley lives in Milton with his wife, Ashleigh, and two grandchildren, Scarlett and Greyson. Jeremiah Mosley also lives in Milton and works in a local auto parts store.
  • In 2001, she went back to school and earned a Master’s degree in Counseling and Psychology from Troy University then a Ph.D. in General Psychology from Capella University. She worked in the counseling field with Baptist Hospital Christian Counseling Center and at the Santa Rosa County Jail as Mental Health Counselor before she became full-time faculty at Pensacola State.
  • Founding Board Member for Overcoming Obstacles Outreach Ministry. This is a faith-based, non-profit organization which will be geared toward helping former female inmates to reintegrate into society.

Impact TFC had on my life:
Darlene says, “In many ways, TFC saved my life. Depression has been my constant companion since adolescence, and my years at TFC were marked by bouts with suicidal ideation. The love and compassion, and (most importantly) grace that I was shown as a student were the reasons I survived–not only physically, but spiritually. I cannot begin to express my gratitude to saints like Aunt Mary, Dr. Bandy, Clarence Zeches, Bob Dosien, and others whose quiet, encouraging influence continues to resonate in my spiritual walk.”