My thoughts and prayers are with you all.
Suzie Aquilla Barendrick
Sorry I missed his service. I am behind on the newspapers. I worked with Leo at BWC for many years. One memorable event while I was Chief Engineer of the Valve Dept, was attending a Parker Hannifin conference with Leo at the Red Lion on the Columbia River. After BWC sold our ball valve product line, I went to work in Bingham Pump R&D and learned something about high speed rotary equipment. At first I sat near Leo before our new building was finished. He advised me on critical speeds for a zero to 7000RPM variable speed test rig I was designing at the time. It was for a lube oil pump test I was conducting. Advice I greatly appreciated at the time.
I am so sorry for the loss of your loved one. Please find peace and comfort in Psalms 65:2.
Sorry to hear of your loss, may Leo's memories live on in your hearts Dave& Debbie Glidden
I remember Leo as as mechanically gifted and willing to share his expertise. My first vehicle was a cobbled together '36 ford pickup and Leo helped me fab up the motor mounts with his little buzz box welder. I also remember the maiden launch of a fishing boat he built in the '60's. Instead of waiting in a very long line to get the boat in the water on opening day of trout season, he decided to drop it in the water over some rocks on the side of the road. Subsequently, we were the first ones with their lines in the water. He couldn't wait to be fishing. Our condolences to the entire Moshofsky family, Steve and Adella Cramer
Aunt Pat, so sorry about Uncle Leo's passing. Wish I could be out there for the service. My memories of you and Leo are of the iconic pioneering Oregonians. So sad to think of him gone. You two raised some of the finest people I know, and the legacy lives on in them. You're all in my thoughts and prayers. Mike Moshofsky
My condolences to the Mo's. Leo was a wonderful man. I have many fond memories of fishing with him when I was a kid. He will be missed.
Ann & I send our condolences.
Leo was my friend and he will be missed by all the members of my family!
I was sorry to read of Leo's passing.
My heartfelt condolences to you and your family.
With warm hugs, Joanne Nieswander
I just heard the news today about Leo. Amy & I send our heartfelt condolences. Know that we're thinking about the whole family in your time of loss. I still have a small wooden carving of a sea otter that Leo gave us when he and Pat visited us here in Italy. It's been on the car's dashboard for years and whenever we look at it we always think fondly of that visit. Much love to you all.
Our condolences to the entire Moshofsky family. Leo was a friend and neighbor for 23yrs. He and his wife Pat were always kind to our family, and made us feel welcome. I enjoyed my conversations with Leo. He will be missed.