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Robert “Bob” Earl Mosher Jr., age 52 of Winsted passed away on Saturday, August 24, 2019 at Fairview-Southdale Hospital in Edina. He was born on April 24, 1967 in Minneapolis the son of Robert E. and Betty J. (Buhrman) Mosher. Robert was formerly employed as an accountant. He was a manager/cook and accountant for Old Country Buffet. Robert later cooked at CashWise Foods. He was also a real estate agent. He enjoyed his daughters! Robert enjoyed painting figurines and watching sports.

Survived by his daughters: Madison Lynn Mosher of Minneapolis and Payton Lynn Mosher of Farmington; mother: Betty J. (Warren) Babcock of Winsted; sister: Rhonda Mosher of Winsted; brother: Darrin Lee (Jennifer) Mosher of Centerville; nieces: Meghan and Molly Mosher; nephews: Zach Stothness (Mosher), Tristan Arioso, Aaron Valen and Jason Valen; aunts: Deanna Alexander of Norfolk, Nebraska, Janice Pittack of Plainview, Nebraska and Diana Gerdes of Ashland, Nebraska; uncles: Dale Buhrman and Harold Gerdes; cousins, many other relatives and friends.

Preceded in death by his father, grandparents, Dean & Estelle Mosher and Walter & Hilda Buhrman; aunts and uncles, Marlene Bowling, Jr. Bowling, Ron Alexander and Dellis Pittack.

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  1. Susana M Boller

    Bob was my neighbor for several years. He was such a good guy and had a big heart. I will miss him. Prayers to his family.

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  2. Sue Persons

    I am so sad to hear of Bob’s passing. As kids, we spent a lot of time together, both in Apple Valley and in Randolph, and I have countless memories of “Bobby”. Bob will be missed by many here, but has gone ahead to pave the way for our journey later.
    Thinking of you all during this time of sorrow. So sorry I will not be able to make it on Saturday.

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  3. Laura Oleson

    I am so sorry about the passing of Bob. It was an honor to get to know him and take care of him at The Estates At Delano. He was such a kind and respectful gentleman. Always had a smile and would make the day brighter. He will forever missed and loved.

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