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Muriel L Mosher

April 5, 1931November 17, 2020

Muriel L. Mosher, 89 of Fort Wayne passed away on Tuesday, November 17, 2020 at Coventry Meadows Nursing Center. Muriel was a 1949 graduate of Northside High School, a 1953 graduate of Manchester College and received her master’s degree from IU/PU. She taught in the Fort Wayne Community School System for several years. Muriel was a member of the Seminary United Methodist Church, Indiana State Teachers Association and United Methodist Women.

She was born on April 5, 1931 in Orland, Indiana, the daughter of Avon and Olive (Jacob) Morey.

She was united in marriage to Donald Mosher on June 7, 1952 in Fort Wayne. Donald preceded her in death on April 11, 2009.

Survivors include two daughters: Cheryl Mosher of Churubusco, IN, Cindy Grabner of Roanoke and six grandchildren.

She was preceded in death by her parents, a son: Christopher Mosher; a daughter: Ann Burdick; and two brothers: Hal Morey and Jack Morey.

There will be no services.

Memorial donations can be made out to Seminary United Methodist Church or to Alzheimer’s Association both in care of Myers Funeral Home, 2901 Guilford Street, Huntington, IN 46750.


  • Cheryl Mosher, Daughter
  • Cindy Grabner, Daughter
  • Donald Mosher, Husband (deceased)
  • Avon Morey, Father (deceased)
  • Olive (Jacob) Morey, Mother (deceased)
  • Christopher Mosher, Son (deceased)
  • Ann Burdick, Daughter (deceased)
  • Hal Morey, Brother (deceased)
  • Jack Morey, Brother (deceased)
  • Six grandchildren

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  • Seminary United Methodist Church
  • Alzheimer's Association


  • No Services

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Sue (Rich) Fahlsing

November 20, 2020

To: 2514 Florida Drive
From: 2324 Florida Drive

Dear Cindy, Cheryl, and families, we are so sorry to hear of the passing of your mom. Jane just sent me the link to her obituary today. My mind immediately flashed back to peanut butter toasties and Panama City camping. Your mom had such a positive and loving impact on our childhood and everyone she came in contact with.

I remember that your mom had a routine of stopping by our house every day after teaching for a short visit with our mom. They would grab a cup of coffee or stir up a glass of instant iced tea and talk about the day, kids, church, husbands, and whatever else best friends chat about. Jane and I would occasionally wander through the living room, and most of what we remember is hearing their laughter.

All throughout our youth, your house was a welcome haven thanks to your mom. Thank you for sharing your dog, Stranger, while we played cards or monkey in the middle, had sleep overs where we stayed up late watching old movies, and shared lunch eating your mom’s famous peanut butter toasties.
When our mom was dying of breast cancer, I had solace that your mom would stop by the nursing home every day, much like those days on Florida Drive, to sit with her and talk. I was able to leave mom’s bedside and get on that airplane to return to Wyoming knowing that mom had a guardian angel by her side; her name was Muriel Mosher.

To this day, I can only think of her as Mrs. Mosher. Heaven gained another angel with her passing, and she has joined Mr. Mosher, Ann, and baby Christopher. Know that she had a deeply wonderful impact on me and on Jane and on our entire family. Maybe Walt and Jean and Don and Muriel are up in heaven playing Bridge. That thought makes me smile and be thankful for such a magical time growing up on Florida Drive.

Sending all our love, Sue (Rich) Fahlsing and the Rich Family

Cindy Douglass

November 19, 2020

My thoughts and prayers to all. I always think of baseball and the lake when I think of your mom. And, she was always smiling! She is now at peace.

Richard Gordon

November 19, 2020

Thoughts and prayers to the family during this difficult time.
Richard Gordon and Family

Tom & Candy Moore

November 19, 2020

We were fortunate to have Muriel (and Don before he passed away) as neighbors in Roanoke. We always enjoyed talking with them. Good people. We extend our sincere sympathy to family and friends.

Rita Westafer

November 19, 2020

The Mosher family meant a lot to me over the years. From dating a nephew, coaching baseball, sitting on their porch on Florida Dr to spending monthly lunches at Nick's.
My thoughts go out to Cheryl and Cindy.
RIP Muriel

Diana Hathaway

November 18, 2020

We had many good times together. Missing Muriel so much. Love to all. Diana

Candy Keller

November 18, 2020

Wonderful memories of Muriel and Hugger Man at the lake.

Cheryl Mosher

November 18, 2020

Love and miss you so much mom. Give everyone hugs for us.


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