Obituary of Karen Jeanette Mosko
Suddenly and with great sadness at the age of 54 Karen Jeanette Mosko (Dolson) passed away on September 6, 2022, at St. Elizabeth Family Health Center in Youngstown, Ohio with family by her side.
Survived by her husband Michael Mosko. Son Rex and Daughter Catherine, dogs Ashukinaal, Iris, Wchapihkush, Hdeeogee. Godsons Joseph and Calel. Siblings Heather (Bruce) Ireland, Crystal (Ben) Flewelling, Aaron P. Dolson, Kelly Hendrick, Todd Hunter, Danielle Verkin, Carter Hunter, Cameron Hunter. Brothers in law Ronald, Gregg and Edward. Sisters in law Joyce and Anita. Nieces and Nephews Ashley (Dustin), Dwight (Shivon), Alex, Coby, Corrinna, Cheyenne, Sierra and Dallas. Great Nieces and Nephews William, Nathaniel, Anthony, Rhymer, Lincoln, Egan, Tamara, Ta'Kiya, Tehya, Shivon, Laciana, Daniel and Lawrencea. Pre-deceased by Father Aaron B. Dolson (2013), Mother Heather (2020), Niece Christie Dianne Ireland (2019).
Karen was well loved and respected by all those who knew her. She began working at Southern First Nations Secretariat, Munsee-Delaware Nation, Managed and began her lifelong passion of revitalizing and teaching our Lunaape language to everyone for over a decade. Karen was the first to obtain her University degree in our family and everyone is so proud of her accomplishments. Many many close friends from Mnaasged, Munsee-Delaware Nation, New York, New Jersey, and Lunaape Language students and all surrounding people she met on her many traveling days, all will miss her dearly.
Friends may visit family at the fire at Deer Dodem Road, Muncey, Ontario.
Family will receive friends at the Elliott-Madill Funeral Home on Saturday, September 17th from 7 to 9pm. The Celebrationof Karen's life will be held Sunday at the Munsee-Delaware Community Center, 533 Thomigo Road commencing at 1pm. Interment Lower Muncey Cemetery. Elliott-Madill Funeral Home, Mount Brydges entrusted with arrangements.
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