Kenneth Leslie Mossman
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Mossman, Kenneth Leslie
Kenneth Leslie Mossman, April 14, 1946 - January 8, 2014, died unexpectedly in Washington DC where he had recently moved to accept an appointment by the President of the United States to serve on the Defence Nuclear Facilities Safety Board. Ken was a Professor of Health Physics at Arizona State University, former Administrative Judge for the Atomic Safety and Licensing Board, former Professor at Georgetown University, former President of the Health Physics Society. Ken was born and raised in Windsor, attended Kennedy Collegiate, Wayne State University and the University of Tennessee where he was awarded a PhD in Radiation Biology. Ken received numerous awards during his distinguished career and authored many academic publications with a new book scheduled to be published in the spring of 2014. Ken is predeceased by his wife Blaire Susan, his parents David and Sarah Mossman and survived by his brothers Sam (Karen) of Windsor, Michael (Linda) Nashville, nephews Matthew (Jes), Sean (Daydra), Jeremy, Elliot (Jessica) and Jeremy, nieces Lindsey, Melissa and Lexi and 6 great nieces and nephews. Graveside services will be held on Sunday, January 12, 2014 at 10:00 a.m. at Paradise Memorial Gardens, 9300 E. Shea Blvd. in Scottsdale, Arizona. Arrangements by Sinai Mortuary.



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Published in The Arizona Republic on Jan. 11, 2014.
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April 19, 2014
Sam, Karen, and Family, We are so sorry for your loss. Diane & Gary McKenzie
January 17, 2014
Ken was always friendly and a pleasure to talk with. He had a great wealth of knowledge he was willing to share with his students and colleagues in the field of health physics.
John Jacobus
January 14, 2014
Sam and Karen,

I was so sorry to hear of Ken's passing. I have fond memories of our Windsor times together. May you find solace in your brother's memory.

Karen and Betzalel Folk
Israel
January 13, 2014
We were so terribly sorry to receive the news of Ken's passing. He was a great person and a great friend. He will be dearly missed.
Ken and Carole Miller
January 13, 2014
We are so very sorry to hear of the loss of your beloved brother. He was obviously a remarkable human being. Your family must have been so proud of him. You are in our thoughts at this very difficult time.
Cathy & Jerry Jarecki
January 12, 2014
Sam I am so terribly sorry to hear about your brother I did not find out about it until just now. So so sorry.
Cheryl Willis
January 11, 2014
So sorry to hear this news
stanley joffe
January 11, 2014
We are so sorry to hear that Ken passed away. Our prayers and thoughts are with your families to get through this most difficult time
Lee and Debby Finkel
January 11, 2014
Sam & Mike & family - we are saddened to learn this news about Ken. We stand strong with you, even if we cannot be together in AZ.
Hugs from your cousin in the Carolinas,
Dalya
January 10, 2014
Dear Sam, We are so sorry to hear about your brother. We will keep you in our prayers. God bless. Tony & Jo.
Josephine Warwick
January 10, 2014
Mike so sorry about ken . I just read the story in the windsor star about kens promotion. I remember all of us making pickles in your folks garage. Take care mike.
Greg Cunningham
January 10, 2014
Mike so sorry to here about ken. Just read the story in the windsor star about ken. I remember all of us making pickles in your folks garage long time ago. Take care mike. Greg Cunningham Windsor Ont.
January 10, 2014
Dear Sam & family: Sorry to hear about your brother. Thinking of you at this time.
Nancy Flagler-Wilburn
January 10, 2014
Ken was a good friend who will be missed by many. He was one off the outstanding scientists in the field of health physics. We send our condolences to his family. John and Patti Frazier
John Frazier
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