Dr. Stanley J. Mosier – Downing and Lahey
Dr. Stanley J. Mosier
December 14, 1942 - September 6, 2019
JoElla Penn
Penny Case
Jacqi Vorhees Masingale
Sheryl Robertson
Kristin Cordiak Light a candle
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Visitation
Downing & Lahey Mortuary East Chapel
6555 East Central
Wichita, KS 67206
Wednesday 9/11, 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Funeral Service
Eastminster Presbyterian Church
1958 N. Webb Rd.
Wichita, KS 67206
Thursday 9/12, 1:30 pm

Dr. Stanley J. Mosier, 76, went home to be with Jesus on September 6, 2019. Stan was born on his family’s farm outside Hoxie, Kansas, on December 14, 1942, the youngest of eleven children. He was raised to possess a strong work ethic and to highly value education. He attended a one-room schoolhouse until the …
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JoElla Penn left a message on September 13, 2019:
To the family. You all have my sincere condolence. It saddens my heart to hear the passing of such a compassionate man. I met him when I was 15 he was our family Dr. he delivered all my children and he took very good care of my Mother as well as my grandmother. He and my mother were very good friends and when we first met him my mom called him the lil boy Dr. and he would laugh. The world has lost a great man and I can go on and stories about the kind of man God put here on this earth. He will never be forgotten we loved him. The DeGraftenreed family
Jacqueline boswell left a message on September 12, 2019:
Dr. Mosier was my doctor in the 70's. He delivered 2 of children. He was a very kind and compassionate man. He was one of best doctors that I have ever had. I am praying for your family. He will be truly missed.
Penny Case left a message on September 11, 2019:
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Paul Kassab left a message on September 11, 2019:
Dear Mosier family, May God grant rest to the soul of our beloved Dr. Mosier. His memory is forever in my heart. He touched the lives of so many and comforted their sufferings. You are in my thoughts and prayers. Paul
Beki Vorhees Spurrier left a message on September 11, 2019:
So sorry to hear of Stan's passing. I have so many happy memories of him as a part of lives growing up in Wichita and Wesley's Family Practice. One of the favorite memories we have was that when he took the three of us Vorhees kids (my brother, my sister, and me) out to dinner, he would treat us to after dinner mints -- we still think that was very fun and very special! He was at one of my birthday parties when I was a young teenager and gave me some very cool artwork from Sargent Pepper's Parlor -- he was the very cool doctor and we loved him! When I was a little bit older and working in the office, I recall that he had the coolest cacti in very neat pots, and would only water them when it rained in Arizona! Kimberly was the ring bearer in our wedding in 1981, too. So many memories! My condolences to all of the family. Holding all of you in my heart and sending peace and love.
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William and Betty Brown left a message on September 11, 2019:
We are very sorry that Dr. Mosier has passed on (to a better place). He was the most caring of all the doctors we have known. Our condolences to all his family and friends. William and Betty Brown
Cindy Ainsworth left a message on September 10, 2019:
We were so fortunate to have Dr. Mosier as our family physician for 33 years. He was always so kind and caring. I also had the pleasure of working with him at Wesley for many years - he was a wonderful teacher and role model. Peace be with you and your family. Bob & Cindy A.
Sheryl Robertson left a message on September 10, 2019:
Dr Mosier was the most kindest and compassionate man I've ever met. He will be missed.
Dan Caliendo M.D. left a message on September 9, 2019:
So sorry to hear of Stan's death. Always considered him a friend as well as a fellow colleague. Actually I think he is the lucky one and my sympathy goes out to his family....esp. his wife. I know how that loss feels. He led a good life and I suspect he left you with a lot of fond memories that will help a wee bit in your life without him.
JeanOren left a message on September 8, 2019:
My husband grew up the next farm over from the M osiers and they walked to school together.My husband thought a lot of Stan and his family . I am sorry for your loss. He came from a wonderful family. Mrs Don Oren
Savina O. Schoenhofer left a message on September 8, 2019:
I know I share with all who knew and loved him a heavy heart tonight. Stan was such an extraordinary person. One experience we shared was on a trip back from methadone clinic business in Topeka...driving through the Flint Hills nearing sundown. We both talked about our love of the beauty of the Flint Hills and I mentioned that I would love to learn watercolor so I could paint this beautiful part of the world. Stan encouraged me to watercolor classes and fulfill my dream. That encouragement stayed with me many decades, when I finally followed through with that dream after I retired. All the patients at the clinic loved him - they all knew he respected and cared for each one as a worthwhile person. What a wonderful example he was to all! My condolences to his family.
Bobby Kay Pratt Nery left a message on September 8, 2019:
So sorry to hear of Stan’s passing. He was a friend and classmate. Thoughts, prayers and hugs to all.
Dr. Brenda Cain left a message on September 8, 2019:
To the Family of Dr. Mosier, There are no words to express my sadness of your loss. Dr. Mosier was our family physician for over 30 years. His commitment, compassion, concern, and manner of relating to his patients is unmatched. He always showed concern for the person - not just the ailment or physical condition. We shared a love of books and reading and had wonderful conversations about them. We, as patients, have missed him so much since he retired. I can only imagine how much he will be missed by family and friends. My prayers are with you. Dr. Brenda Cain
Barb Sample left a message on September 8, 2019:
To the family of Stan Mosier, I extend my sincere sympathy in the loss of your loved one. He was a high school friend of mine and m,y late husband, Leon. I truly believe he was a friend of everyone in high school and was respected by all. That includes faculty as well as students. He was one of God's special persons placed on earth, but for a season, as an example of love. He will be missed by many and remembered by all who knew him.
Kristin Cordiak left a message on September 7, 2019:
Much love to you Aunt Kathy, Kim, Aimee, Todd, Drew and your families.
Keith Caldwell left a message on September 7, 2019:
So very sorry to hear if Stan’s passing but know that he has suffered long enough. He will always be in my heart and Kathy and family will be in my prayers. He was truly a good man who made all our lives better for having known him.
Downing and Lahey left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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