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Cactus Moser to Be Honored by Pathways Organization

Cactus Moser to Be Honored by Pathways Organization

Cactus Moser & Wynonna Judd photo courtesy of Curb Records.

Wynonna Judd’s husband and drummer Cactus Moser will be honored during the 13th Annual Pathways “Matters of the Heart” Golf Challenge and Gala Weekend set for October 11-12 at the Four Seasons Las Colinas in Dallas. Cactus lost his left leg and severely damaged his left hand after a motorcycle accident two years ago. He not only walked again within six months of the accident, he was back on tour when Wynonna kicked off her 2011 Christmas tour.

“His remarkable recovery has been an inspiration to so many,” Debbie Wright, Executive Director of Pathways, said. “Prior to his accident, Cactus and Wynonna were known as strong supporters of our Military families. Through his rehab experience, they have become deeply touched by the challenges of our service men and women returning from deployments with similar injuries.”

Cactus and Wynonna will appear at the Gala on Saturday, October 12. GRAMMY winner Gordon Kennedy and Dove Award winner Mike Farris will also be on hand. The golf challenge will kick off on the October 11 with a four-player Scramble golf tournament.

Pathways is a non-profit organization born from the training created in 1985 by TV Talk Show Host, Dr. Phillip C McGraw. The hands-on training doesn’t focus on “why” something happened but rather the fact that it “did” happen. Participants learn to prevent past experiences from influencing the present and limiting their future.

Proceeds from the Matters of the Heart weekend will benefit scholarship funds to help families attend Pathways trainings. These funds help Military families and special needs parents as well as help families attend Pathways Empowered Parenting and Teen Family Camp through the Pathways Family Fund. For more information, visit


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