Pearl Mosier

Date of Death: February 17, 2016
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Pearl M. Mosier, age 65, passed away on Wednesday, February 17, 2016 at her home after a final sleepover with her sisters and surrounded by her family. She was born on January 6, 1951in Kankakee, IL and was the daughter of Joseph Jr. and Josephine (Tofari) Mosier. Pearl worked for over 39 years at theContinue Reading

Linda Zullo Bohlmann left a message on March 2, 2016:
I remember meeting Pearl at the Family House Restaurant in Bradley, IL; where Elvira Zullo Konkol and I were having lunch. She had a bubbly personality. I was very happy to have met her. My grandmother is Bridget Tofari Zullo. I would like to learn about the Tofari femily, if the Mosier family has any information; I would be grateful. My deepest sympathy at the passing of Pearl. Love, Hugs and Tears Linda Zullo Bohlmann
Kathy Dorn left a message on February 21, 2016:
Pearl was the best daughter, sister and aunt. She was there to care for our father when he had cancer, she was there for our brother when he had cancer and she has always been there to help care for her nieces and nephews. I went on many fun vacations with Pearl. We went to Florida, North Dakota, Washington, Missouri, California, Las Vegas, Kentucky, Kansas, Alabama, Minnesota, Bahamas, Mexico, Italy and Canada. Pearl, thank you for all the great memories I have of us spending time together. I love you and miss you!!
Judy Meyers left a message on February 21, 2016:
I remember Pearl when my kids were young and she worked at the library on Bird Street. She was a very pleasant and helpful lady, always had a smile for everyone. My sympathy to her family.
Ryan Hellenbrand left a message on February 21, 2016:
I had the pleasure of working with Pearl for over six years at the Sun Prairie Public Library. She was always very kind to me and supportive of my goals. Her dedication to the library and to her friends and family was nothing short of amazing. I will miss the upbeat attitude she always brought to work, and of course, the smiles. Miss you Pearl!
Lynnette (Colwell) Roshell left a message on February 20, 2016:
I worked with Pearl at the Library on Windsor Street from 1978 to 1980. It was my first real job during high school. I will always remember Pearl for her smile, her kind word, and her positive outlook. She was a lovely person and will be missed by many who had their day brightened by her smile.
Theresa burkeland left a message on February 20, 2016:
YOU WILL BE MISSED SO MUCH! You are the BEST SISTER anyone could have. I feel sorry for the people who never knew you because it's their loss. The only thing you ever asked of me, was the HARDEST gift of all. How could I say "no?" I had to let you go! I LOVE YOU !!!!!!!
Katie Hoeppner left a message on February 18, 2016:
I will always remember Pearl as a caring and loving friend. Her infectious smile, twinkling eyes and sweet spirit was above all others. My most sincere sympathy to her family and friends. I know that Pearl lives on in your hearts, as she will in mine.
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