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James “Jim” Mosser, age 68, Watertown, SD, passed away at his residence. Funeral services will be at 11:00 a.m. on Saturday, February 23, 2019, at Crawford-Osthus Funeral Chapel in Watertown. Father Paul Rutten will officiate. The family is requested to meet at the chapel on Saturday by 10:30 a.m. for a prayer service.
Visitation will be at the Crawford-Osthus Funeral Chapel in Watertown on Saturday prior to services.
Burial will be at Mt. Hope Cemetery in Watertown. Military graveside honors will be conducted by Codington County Post #17 of the American Legion, Watertown, and the Military Funeral Honors Team of the SD Army National Guard.
Jim was born on May 19, 1950, in Rugby, ND, to Steven and Loretta (Wentz) Mosser. He attended Balfour High School in Balfour, ND, where he graduated in 1968. After high school, Jim was drafted into the U.S. Army and upon his honorable discharge, attended North Dakota School of Science in Wahpeton, ND, and obtained a degree in computer science. Jim did construction work most of his life while living in Watertown, SD, until his failing health caused him to retire. He enjoyed hunting and fishing along with cheering on the Minnesota Vikings.
Jim is survived by five brothers: Vern (Laurie) Mosser of Watertown, SD, Stan (Mae) Mosser of Minot, ND, Jeff Mosser of Watertown, SD, Steve (Dondrea Brown) Mosser of Apple Valley, MN, and Timothy Mosser of Sioux Falls, SD; and seven sisters: Cindy (Randy) Ward of Watertown, SD, Virginia (Roger) Ulrich of Bismarck, ND, Jackie Saeger of Watertown, SD, Debi Mosser of Watertown, SD, Boni (Bob) Pister of Karlsrube, ND, Geri (Ron) Anderson of Aberdeen, SD, and Tami Mosser of Watertown, SD.
Jim is preceded in death by his parents; two sisters, Cheryl and Sandy; and one brother in-law, Al Saeger.