OBITUARY

Justin Fremont Mosseau

March 30, 1925February 7, 2013

Mosseau, Justin F. “Judd” 87 of Largo, FL passed away on Thursday, Feb 7, 2013 at Hospice House Woodside in Pinellas Park, FL. Judd was born on March 30, 1925 in Watertown, NY. He moved to this area in 1984 coming from Olean, NY. Judd retired after 34 years of service as a salesman from Sears & Roebuck. He was a US Army veteran and a member of St. Mary's Catholic Church in Olean, NY. Judd is survived by his loving wife of 65 years Susan Mosseau of Largo, FL, a son Michael (Elizabeth “DeDe”) Mosseau of Lewiston, NY, a daughter Chris (Larry) Preston of Lima, NY along with four grandchildren Angi (Michael), Lisa (Ed), Jennifer (Bob) and Steve (Steve) and two great grandchildren Ryan and Kaitlyn. Judd was preceded in death by a brother George and a sister Margaret Pringle. In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be offered to St. Patrick Catholic Church, 1507 Trotter Road, Largo, FL 33770 or the Suncoast Hospice, 5771 Roosevelt Blvd, Clearwater, FL 33760. Memorial Services will be Monday, February 11, 2013 at 10 am at St Patrick Catholic Church where Judd was a member. Condolences may be offered at www.mossfeasterlargo.com.

Services

  • Memorial Service Monday, February 11, 2013
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Steve Mosseau

February 14, 2013

Dear Aunt Sue, Mike, Chris and families; We were so sorry to learn that Uncle Judd has passed away. I loved his easy going manor and great sense of humor, he really reminded me of Dad. Uncle Judd was a special guy and I wish we would have found the opportunity to spend more time together over the years. He will be greatly missed but always strong in our memories. With love, Steve & Roseann Mosseau

February 13, 2013

Dear Sue: I was so sorry to read of Judd's passing in the paper this past weekend. I will never forget his warm smile and big hugs upon your return from Florida each year. I always new SPRING was here when your smiling faces appeared at my window. I will miss him...My best to you Sue, and a great big hug too. Wendy Brown(receptionist at Olean Med Group - Franklinville)

Rose Roux

February 13, 2013

Uncle Judd will be so missed!...His shining smile and his quick wit! Whenever we spent time together you could always be guaranteed many, many laughs. We were so fortunate that we were able to spend time together this past year with all of you. It was very special to us. Aunt Sue, please know that we will continue to keep you in our thoughts and prayers during this time of great loss of such a wonderful man. Uncle Judd was a very special person, and we will all miss him deeply. With much love, care and concern. Rose, Steve, Sam & Tom

NicK Mosseau

February 13, 2013

Dear Aunt Sue, Mike and Chris.... I was very sad to hear the news of Uncle Judd's passing. I can't believe I was in the Tampa area just a month ago. I hadn't realized that Largo was so close. I would of loved to stop by for a visit. I will fondly remember the last time I saw Uncle Judd at my Dad's funeral. I only wish I could of know him better. With Love, Nick Mosseau

February 11, 2013

Dear Sue and family, We were sorry to hear of Judd's passing. You will be missed in Ischua. I always remember seeing you on your morning walks.
Our prayers are with you. Fondly, Kelle and Marty Brisky

Barb Whiteman

February 11, 2013

Sue, so sorry to hear of Judd's passing. I always enjoyed every spring when you and Judd would return to Ischua, and one of your first stops was Sears.

February 11, 2013

Sue and family, We are so sorry for your loss.Judd was truly a special person who made all our lives more enjoyable.We always looked forward every spring to seeing you back in ischua.Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
With all our love, The Wetherby family

Audrey Hall

February 11, 2013

Aunt Sue we wish we lived closer to you at this time so we could share in your memories of Uncle Judd. He was a very special guy to us. Loved his witty sayings always so clever. Daryl remembers how good he always was to him as a boy growing up. I have enjoyed knowing him since I came into your family. What a GREAT MAN he was. He is in a much better place now, where there is no pain and suffering.
Take care of yourself, you need to be well for your kids at this time. We share in your grieving for your loving husband. We love you very much, HUGS Daryl & Audrey

February 11, 2013

Aunt Sue you are in our thoughts and prayers as you go through these sad times. We surely wish we lived closer to you for support and to share in your wonderful memories of Uncle Judd. He was one of our favorites uncles, especially to me since I have been in your families. Daryl always spoke so highly of him, for all the little things he did for him in his growing up years. We will miss him very much, but knowing he is in a better place, helps with the sorrow we have right now.
You take care of yourself, you don't need to get sick at this time, your kids need you. Please keep in touch, we love you very much, HUGS Daryl & Audrey

Wetherby

February 10, 2013

Sue, Our deepest sympathy goes out to you and your family. We wish we all could have been living closer to you during these difficult times. We will surly miss Judd! He was a wonderful person,with a great sense of humor. It saddens me to think I will never be able to cook him his chicken & bisquits and chocolate cake ever again. He sure did like them! We will always miss seeing you both in Ischua. Our family has had such wonderful memories with both of you. It has been an honor to have you both not only as friends but as a part of our extended family as well. I am sure Judd is in a much better place now. God rest his soul and his spirit stay stong in our hearts forever......Love ya Becky & Rhonda