Don L. Mosher, 75, of Meriden, passed away on October 21, 2021 at Stormont Vail Hospital.
He was born on December 7, 1945 to Raymond and Lois (Wilkins) Mosher in Topeka, KS.
Don worked at John Deere right out of high school as a welder for over four years. On November 14, 1964, he married Barbara Viers in Nashua, Iowa in The Little Brown Church in the Vale. Later he moved his family to Denver for nine years where he learned his trade of carpentry. Don and his family then moved to Meriden, where he returned to the family farm. He settled down and built the home for his family, which they are still in today. He was a member of Lighthouse Bible Church in Topeka. Don loved to fish and hunt with his sons and took up golf later in life. He enjoyed traveling and often times picking up sea shells from any coast he would visit. He enjoyed the adventure of traveling but also relished the country life. Don was a mentor and a teacher to all of his grandchildren and great grandchildren. He was also an avid user of Facebook and Snapchat to communicate with his family. After retirement he volunteered his time for Crown Ministries, St. Francis Hospital, and worked as a TAV Tech for the KHP.
Don is survived by his loving Wife of 57 years, Barbara; Children, Darren (Judy) Mosher, Julie (Alan) Ribelin, and Ryan Mosher; Siblings, Linda (Jerry) McCullough, Jack (Bonita) Mosher, Bonnie (Gary) DeMaria, Debbie (Jim) Fouch, and Tony (Toni) Mosher; Grandchildren, Dustin (Chelsea) Mosher, Jarred (Ansley Ponder) Mosher, Janell Mosher, Danae Mosher, Hanna (Brent) Noe, Callie (Daniel) Adee, Lexie (Josh) Davenport, Sadie Rose (Thad) Powell, Jalayna (Phil) Straniere, Kahri Mosher, Bria Luann Mosher; Great Grandchildren, Titus Mosher, Eden Rose Mosher, and one Great Granddaughter on the way, Landon Davenport, Coal Davenport, Laramie Davenport, Brantley Davenport, Cooper Noe, Mason Noe, One Great Grandchild on the way, Quincy Noe, Finley Adee, and Gatlin Adee.
He was preceded in death by his parents and Brother, Larry Mosher.
Visitation will be held Monday, October 25, 2021, 1:00 pm at Parker-Price Funeral Home, Topeka, Kansas. Funeral services will follow, starting at 2:00 pm.
Memorial contributions may be made to American Family Radio (AFR) and sent in the care of Parker Price Funeral Home. 245 NW Independence Ave, Topeka, KS 66608.