Stanley L. Mosten

Stanley L. Mosten

July 20, 1915 - January 28, 2016

Stanley L. Mosten

July 20, 1915 - January 28, 2016


Stanley Mosten, 100, of Irvine Ca and the Chicago Il area, joined family and friends in Heaven on January 28, 2016. He is pre-deceased by his beloved wife Genevieve and his beloved partner Charlotte Conrad. He is survived by his son Randy; grandchildren: Donn Cottom, Sandi Cottom Bartz, and Denise Kidner, Charlotte’s beloved grandchildren, as well as his eight great-grandchildren: Liam Champagne-Cottom, Luke Champagne-Cottom, Ethan Bartz, Tsion Bartz, Matthew Bartz, Samantha Kidner, Hunter Kidner, and Brooke Kidner.

Stan lived 98 of his 100 years in Chicago. He was employed by Hall Printing Co, where he worked for over 45 years as a production scheduler. His years of retirement were filled with enjoying time with family, travel, church activities and square dancing. He was also known for his luck at Bingo.

We were all so truly blessed by the lessons he taught by his living example. His deep faith and love of God, love of family, perseverance, good conversation and a party with dancing. When he was young he wanted to be a cowboy and loved riding.. something unique for a kid growing up in the city. His last couple of days were Blessed with beautiful California sunrises and sunsets..perfect for his last ride.

A rosary service will take place at O’Connor Mortuary in Laguna Hills, California on Sunday, January 31, 2016. Funeral Mass and burial will be in Chicago at a later date.
In lieu of flowers, the family requests that you make a donation to the Barbara Mosten Nursing Scholarship. Checks may be made payable to: Knights of Columbus Council 7985 – Memo field : Barbara Mosten Nursing Scholarship.
Checks may be mailed to:
Knights of Columbus
c/o St. John Neumann Catholic Church
5101 Alton Parkway,
Irvine CA 92604

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7 responses to Stanley L. Mosten

  1. Mary Bradley says:

    Stan always brought a smile to my face. He was ALWAYS cheerful, ALWAYS genuinely interested in every person he meet. Of course it was meant to be that he would meet my Aunt Charlotte! She also loved and cared genuinely for those who have had the pleasure to meet her in this life. She and Stan were such wonderful role models for our family. They had such energy and joy for life. Square dancing brought them together and kept them going with fun and companionship. Stan became part of our family and will always be in our hearts.

    Stan we love you! May God bless you and keep you in the palm of his hand.
    And….keep on dancing with Charlotte! May the light of love surround you.

    Much love and prayers,
    Mary and Paul Bradley

  2. Brian Wessel says:

    Randy, sorry for your loss.

    Brian Wessel
    Manhattan, iL

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