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Kathryn Young Mosier, 71

FULTON, NY – Kathryn Young Mosier, 71, of Fulton, died at her home on Wednesday November 21, 2012.

She was born in Portland, Michigan, on February 14, 1941, to Lucille and Bruce Young.

Kathryn Young Mosier

Kathryn Young Mosier

She is survived by her husband, Allan Mosier; two sons, Brett and Chad; three grandchildren, Kelsey, Adam and Noah; her brother, David Young; her sister, Carol Young Landers; and her daughters-in-law, Tracy and Jeanine.

Katie received her Bachelor’s degree from Albion College and Master’s degree from Middlebury College.

She taught German at G. Ray Bodley High School in Fulton, before she spent two years with her husband as Peace Corps volunteers in the Philippines.

Katie was a member of the Christian Science Church.

She requested that there be no memorial service or funeral.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Fulton Public Library, 160 S. First St., Fulton, 13069.

Arrangements are in the care of Foster Funeral Home, Fulton.

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  1. Allan and family,

    My thoughts are with you all. Kathryn was a wonderful lady. She will be greatly missed by many.

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