Ted Mosman, age 57, of Berlin, died peacefully on Monday evening October 17, 2011 at the Aurora Medical Center of Oshkosh, with his family beside him.
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Ted was born on December 18, 1953, in Corning, Iowa, the son of Harold and Norma Jean (Peckham) Mosman.
He was Baptized and Confirmed at the Strand Lutheran Church of Villisca, Iowa.
He was a graduate of the Corning High School and the Air Frame and Power Plant School of Ottumwa, Iowa.
He married Cynthia (Gara) on May 25, 1984 in Oshkosh, Wis.
Ted was employed at the Experimental Aircraft Association of Oshkosh for 32 years as an Aircraft Mechanic.
His hobbies included many fishing trips for salmon with his family, growing gourmet mushrooms, and for quite some time rebuilding a Hovercraft in his spare time. Ted was known as the kind of guy that could really fix anything, but always had a special love for Aircraft.
He will always be remembered as being the best son, loving and caring husband, and kind and gentle Dad and Grandpa and the most kind hearted and generous friend a person could ever have met.
Survivors include his wife, Cindy of Berlin, parents, Harold and Norma Jean Mosman of Corning, Iowa and his daughter, Jenny Mosman, and his special granddaughter, Aaliyah of Berlin, two brothers, Timothy (Henry Tusinski) Mosman of Tuscon, Az. and Tracy Lee Mosman of Des Moines, Iowa, also many Aunts, Uncles, Cousins and Friends.
He was preceded in death by his daughter Angie, who died in 1993.
Relatives and friends may visit with the family at a memorial visitation on Friday October 21, 2011 from 4 to 8 p.m., at the Wiecki-Skipchak Funeral Home of downtown Berlin.
A Memorial service will be held on Saturday October 22, 2011 at 1:00 p.m. at the Experimental Aircraft Assn. Chapel in Oshkosh with the EAA Chaplain, Pastor Ed Riddick officiating, relatives and friends may again visit with the family from Noon to 1:00 p.m., at the EAA Chapel on Saturday.
Burial will be in the Eureka Cemetery of Eureka, Wis., at a later date.
A memorial has been established in his memory.
116 S. ADAMS AVE.
DOWNTOWN, BERLIN, WIS. 54923
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Published in Oshkosh Northwestern from Oct. 19 to Oct. 20, 2011