Paul George Mosier, age 89, died on February 2, 2015
in Bradenton, Fl. He was loved by many, and much more than he realized.
Born on July 6, 1925 in Mercer County Ohio to Clay Estell and Ada Marsh Mosier. Paul had two siblings, Glen O. Mosier (Ellen), Van Wert, OH. and Robert E. Mosier (Jo) Van Wert, OH. Robert preceded him in death in 2014.
Paul married his high school sweetheart Donna Kelly Mosier in 1946 (she preceded him in death in 1983) and they had three children: Vicki Mosier Furlow (Dave), Louisville, KY.; Brent Mosier (Vicki), Peachtree City, GA.; and Kent Mosier (Connie), Fargo, ND. Six grandchildren: David B. Furlow, Louisville, KY.; Amie Furlow Mathison (Jamie), Louisville, KY.; Blake Mosier (Emily), Princeton, IN.; Shon Mosier (Tina), Crossville, IL.; Chad Mosier (Jenny), Watson, IL.; Shelley Mosier Veach (Kelly). Effingham, IL. Two step-grandchildren: Amber and Andrew Haugen, Fargo, ND. Paul had nine great-grandchildren and one step-great grandchild.
In 1984 Paul married Dayna Catt Mosier. He had two step-daughters: Krista Catt Deffendall (Tony), Princeton, IN. and Teri Catt Fox (Bodey), Piney Flats, TN. He had five step-grandchildren: Shellie Deffendall Kyle (Greg), Princeton, IN.; Tory Deffendall, Princeton, IN.; Kayna Deffendall Turner ( Sam), Princeton, IN.; Gracyn and Emme Fox, Piney Flats, TN. Paul had three step-great grandchildren.
Paul served in the Navy during WWII. He was a graduate of International College of Fort Wayne, IN. He began his accounting career at New Idea in Celina, OH. Paul and his family moved to Princeton, IN in 1959 when he began his career at Potter and Brumfield a division of AMF. He would spend the next twenty-four years before his retirement from AMF in various executive financial posts, starting as general account manager, vice-president and controller and president of different divisions.
Paul was cremated and a Memorial Service is planned for Saturday, March 21, 2015 at 2 pm. Visitation will be from 1 pm until 2 pm with Memorial Service to follow. The Memorial Service will be held at Colvin Funeral Home in Princeton, IN. Retired Military Veterans will provide military service.