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Carmen Rosemarie Mozzer

February 20, 1941January 3, 2021

Carmen Rosemarie Mozzer was born on February 20, 1941 and passed away on January 3, 2021 in Brandon, FL

She was born in Fort Wayne, IN to Carl D. and Mary L. Martin (Olry).

She was a widow who was previously married to Robert D. Serovey (twice) and to Robert H. Mozzer. She is survived by 3 children (Mike Serovey, Cathy Dudas and Steve Serovey), 3 grand-children (Melanie Sterling, Jared Serovey and Rhiannon Serovey) and 8 great grand-children (Kiera Getty, Kayla Getty, Landon Karvonious, Ana Serovey, Jordan Serovey, Serenity Morohudiya, Kaylee Serovey and Cedric Robinson Jr.).She was preceded in death by her grandson Brent Dudas

She enjoyed watching game shows, afternoon soaps and the Bucs – especially when they won. She was a giving person who cared most about family. She valued her independence and did as much as she could for herself. She worked for both Seaboard Coastline and Norfolk and Western as an operator. She got her High School Diploma from Central High School in Fort Wayne, IN.

In honor of Carmen Mozzer, the family asks that everyone practice social distancing, mask wearing and CDC guidelines.


  • Celebration of Life

    Tuesday, January 12, 2021



Carmen Rosemarie Mozzer

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Verla Barrow

January 11, 2021

Steve and Cathy,
My deepest sympathy to you both. May your memories help sustain you during this time of loss.


Marie Saint-Cyr

January 10, 2021

Carmen was introduced to me 13 years ago, when I joined the Country Villa Estates Community. Every time I met her, she would have a kind word toward me. She will sorely be missed.

Cathy Dudas

January 10, 2021

Mom you will be greatly missed. You are more then just a Mom to me, you are a beat friend. I miss our phone calls and visits. You are forever in my heart! May God be with you until we meet again. I love you Mom. - Cathy ❤️

Jerrilynn & Ivan Parker

January 9, 2021

To my Dear Friend whom I only knew for a short time, & in that short time we became great friends..i will miss are chats on the phone..Ivan & I send our deepest condolences to your family you will truly be missed Carmen with love always

Bunny Kinzer

January 9, 2021

I was so sorry to hear of your mother’s passing, especially since I saw you last, you mentioned she was doing some better.
Know that thoughts and prayers are with you as you adjust to her being gone. I trust you are staying well.

Elia Alvarez

January 8, 2021

With my deepest sympathy,
Keeping you close in thought and prayer during this
difficult time. Carmen was a good friend to us.