Dorothy A.  Mosier, 81, of Scottsdale, Az., formerly of Sedalia, died Thursday, January 30, 2014.

She was born March 7, 1932 in Cole Camp MO and raised on the family farm N.W. of town. Dorothy was the daughter of the late Leonard and Ida Kuttenkuler Chmelir. On Aug. 28, 1951 at Sts. Peter and Paul Catholic Church in Cole Camp, she was married to Norman “Bud” Mosier, who preceded her in death on April 27, 2012.

A scripture service will begin at 6 pm, Tuesday, February 4, 2014, at McLaughlin Funeral Chapel with visitation to follow until 8 pm.

Mass of Christian Burial will be 10 am, Wednesday, February 5, 2014 at Sacred Heart Catholic Church with Father Mark Miller officiating.  Pallbearers will be Derrick Mosier, Christopher Mosier, Jonathan Mosier, David Mosier, Brad LaBille and Ivan Ream. Honorary Pallbearers will be J.W. and Marvella Twenter, Elroy Borchers, Sarah Mosier, Robin Mosier, Laurie Mosier, Joanne Mosier, Diane Mosier, Vickie LaBille, Matt Bross, Linda Ream and Bob and Dorothy White. Burial will follow at Calvary Cemetery.

Surviving are three sons, Kenneth Mosier (Joanne) of Lakeville, MN, Jerry Mosier (Laurie) of Scottsdale, AZ and Thomas Mosier (Robin) of Kansas City, MO; four grandchildren, Derrick Mosier, Christopher Mosier, Jonathan Mosier, and Sarah Mosier; two sisters, Martha Chmelir Fallon Kaufhold (Bill) of O'Fallon, MO., Mildred Chmelir Shoemaker (Jesse) of Liberty, MO; a brother in law, Wilbur Mosier of Sedalia;  two sister in laws, Margie Mosier Lindhardt of Sedalia, Felecia Jean Mosier of Sedalia, and many cousin, nieces and nephews.

Mrs. Mosier retired from Interstate Studios in 2000 and was previously employed by Town and Country Shoes for several years.

Dorothy was a member of Sacred Heart Church and enjoyed helping out with the church Bazaar. She and her husband were volunteers for Meals on Wheels. Dorothy enjoyed collecting birds, gardening, flowers, playing cards with friends, music, and most of all, cooking for and spending time with her children, grandchildren, family and friends.

Her generosity and caring for others will always be her greatest legacy.

The family suggests memorial contributions be made to Sacred Heart Catholic Church or the Alzheimer’s Foundation of America in care of McLaughlin Funeral Chapel. Condolences may be offered online at