Mark Daniel Mosher

March 24, 1957April 7, 2021

Mark Daniel Mosher, 64, died Wednesday April 7th, 2021 of Congestive Heart Failure in Scottsdale, Arizona. Mark grew up in Maynard, Massachusetts. The son of Donald Mosher (deceased) and Shirley Baxter Mosher (deceased). He was the youngest of 4 children.

Mark attended the University of Massachusetts at Lowell where he earned a bachelor’s degree in plastics engineering. Mark, and his then wife, Darleen, moved to Arizona in 1982 after Mark was offered an opportunity to work for Motorola. Mark went on to work for Motorola and then General Dynamics for over 30 years in Scottsdale, earning multiple patents and distinctions for his work. Mark loved spending time at the cabin he designed and built in Heber-Overgaard, Arizona. He enjoyed watching sports with friends, hanging out with Shire (his rescue cat), and cruising in his Pontiac.

Mark is survived by his daughters, Tatum and Kelsey Mosher, sister Meredith Mosher, brother in law George Bogonovich, and nephew, Stephen Prescott. Friends and family will remember Mark for his signature brand of humor, predictability in ordering the “lunch special” (only to take most of it to go), penny pinching, ability to fix anything with some Epoxy glue, and ease in befriending everyone.

Mark will be cremated. His remains to be brought to the area near his cabin. Services for Mark will be held on April 20th, 2021 at 10:00 AM at Green Acres Mortuary and Cemetery.


  • Memorial Service

    Tuesday, April 20, 2021


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Gordon Henderson

April 26, 2021

We learned of the passing of our friend and coworker, Mark, and it's with deep sadness that we say goodbye. Our thoughts go out to his family, friends and loved ones during this incredibly difficult time.

Tony Davino

April 18, 2021

So sorry to hear this sad news. Mark and I started at Motorola right around the same time (1980 for me) and worked together for many years. Deepest condolences to his daughters and other family. May he Rest In Peace.
Tony Davino