Marjorie M. Mosher, 95

Published 9:11pm Monday, May 21, 2012

Marjorie M. Mosher, 95
Born: July 1, 1916
Died: May 20, 2012

Marjorie’s life began on July 1, 1916, in Pinckney, the daughter of the Rev. Thomas H. and Margaret M. (Conway) Jones.

She was united in marriage to Herbert L. Mosher on Sept. 26, 1936, in Dowagiac.

Marjorie was employed by James Heddon’s Sons for several years and worked many years for Hales Hardware in the paint department.

She was a parishioner at Holy Maternity of Mary Catholic Church, and belonged to Cass County AARP Chapter 444 and the Old Friends Club.

Marjorie enjoyed attending her grandchildren’s sporting events, reading and knitting.

Her loving family includes her children Sharon (Ron) Walz of North Wilkesboro, N.C., and Leslyn (Scott) Rose of Dowagiac, daughter-in-law Phyllis Mosher of Cassopolis, grandchildren, Justin (Elizabeth) Rose, Kristin (Joseph) Diekevers, Joel (Teresa O’Brien) Walz, Jennifer (Scott) Rieth, Charles (Nicole DuVall) Mosher Jr. and Kathy (Peter) Sheteron; great-grandchildren, Jenna and Jessica Walz, Keegan and Kaiden Rieth, Charles Mosher III, Archer Sheteron and Thomas Diekevers.

Marjorie passed away at Cass County Medical Care Facility in Cassopolis on Sunday, May 20, 2012.

She is preceded in death by: her husband, Herbert; son, Charles “TuckY” Mosher; and sisters, Gwen Frontczak and Freda Jones.

Her family will gather with friends on Wednesday from 5 to 8 p.m. at Yazel and Clark Chapel, where her funeral service will be held on Thursday at 11 a.m. led by Pastor Heather McDougall.

She will be laid to rest in Riverside Cemetery.

Memorial contributions in her name may be directed to the Cass County Medical Care Facility.

Please sign her guestbook and leave a memory of Marjorie at

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