Harold N. Mosher, 95, of Chapman, passed away on Sept. 20 at the home of his son Craig in St. Joseph, MO, where he moved in July due to his health.
His family expresses appreciation to the caregivers from Freudenthal Home Health and Mosaic Hospice.
Harold was preceded in death by his beloved wife Marjorie in January, his oldest son Brad the following week and previously his fourth son Scott.
His brothers Don and Jim also preceded him.
He is survived by sons Craig (Julia) of St. Joseph, MO, Kirk (Patti) Spokane, WA, and Trent (Lyn) of Indianapolis, IN, his brother Steve (Sandy) of Blue Springs, MO, eleven grandchildren and eleven great-grandchildren.
Harold was born to Carl and Olga Mosher on March 8, 1924, in Alden, KS.
He graduated from Alden High School and attended Ottawa University before enlisting in the Navy in WWII. Following his service, he attended the University of Kansas before completing a BSE from Kansas State University.
While there, he met the love of his life who was then dating a friend of his. Harold told that friend to let him know when he stopped dating that good-looking redhead.
Harold and that good-looking redhead, Marjorie Cornelius, were later married on August 29, 1948. They celebrated their 70th wedding anniversary this past year.