Eleanor Lucille Mosher

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Eleanor Lucille Mosher of Newfield, New York, went home to be with her Lord on Saturday, January 11, 2014. Mrs. Mosher was born in Noxen, Pa., on October 15, 1927, to Walter and Gladys Easton Traver. After graduation from Vestal High School, Eleanor attended the Ridley Business School, and received her teaching certificate in music from the St. Louis School of Music.

Mrs. Mosher worked for most of her career in higher education institutions, including Cornell University, Toledo University and Baptist Bible College in Clarks Summit, Pa. She and her husband, Kenny, served together at Baptist Bible College for over 25 years where she endeared countless students with her sincere concern and active support — all with a smile and a prayer. Her faith in Jesus Christ and her commitment to share His love was evident to all she served.

Mrs. Mosher is survived by her beloved husband of sixty-six years, Kenny; her four children, Dan (Donna) Mosher of Sand Creek, Michigan; Suzanne (Rev. Dean) Everhart of Newfield, New York; Sharon (Dr. Craig) Wilson of Clarks Summit, Pa.; and Jean Mosher of Hummelstown, Pa.; nine grandchildren, and twenty-two great-grandchildren. She is also survived by sisters, Wilma Foster of Apalachin, New York; Alice Weston and Mary (Albert) Reed of Vestal; and a brother, Mark (Feb) Traver of Owego, New York.

Services will be held at the First Baptist Church of West Danby, New York, on Thursday, January 16, with calling hours from 12 noon until 2:45 and the service at 3 p.m. Burial will be in Vestal Hills Cemetery in Vestal, New York.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Benevolent Fund of the First Baptist Church of West Danby.
Published in Scranton Times on Jan. 15, 2014
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