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Richard Moszer Sr.

September 28, 1959 - June 12, 2015

Funeral Service

June 19, 2015 3:00 PM with visitation one hour prior to services

Boulger Funeral Home


Boulger Funeral Home

Richard Moszer Sr.

September 28, 1959 - June 12, 2015


Richard Neil Moszer Sr., age 55, passed away Friday, June 12, 2015 at his home in Moorhead after a lengthy illness.

Richard was born September 28, 1959 in Fargo, ND to Victor and Gladys (Carley) Moszer.

Rick grew up and attended school in Fargo. He spent most of his career working with wood where he excelled at restoring antique furniture. He was an avid collector of many items. He loved photography, art, and the outdoors. Rick was a free spirit who’s passion was to drop his boat into Lake Superior in Duluth. He could spend hours on the water.

He had a great love for his family and friends and adored his grandchildren.

He was preceded in death by his mother; brother, Dan; and nephew Brad Fettig.

Richard is survived by his daughter, Carley Zaun; son, Rick Moszer Jr.; grandchildren: Paris and Boston Zaun, Marshall Miller, Kinley and Ramsey Moszer; father, Victor Moszer; brothers: Doug (Deb) Moszer, Dave (Karen) Moszer; and sister, Vicky Fettig (Bob Corwin); all of Fargo; and many nieces and nephews.

“We will miss your practical jokes, your wonderful sense of humor, and your contagious laugh. Forever in our hearts. We love and miss you, Rick.” – Your Family.


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11 responses to “Richard Moszer Sr.”

  1. Patty (Camp) St. Germain says:

    I’m so sorry for your loss. Although I have not seen Rick in a long time, I thought of him often. He was a dear friend to me through my teenage years. So many great and CRAZY memories with him. I will miss his sense of humor and that great laugh! Peace be with you all. Love, Patty

  2. Jan Oye says:

    Vicki and family, thinking of each you at this difficult time, may God hold you ever so close and may your dear memories of Rick fill your hearts today and always, RIP Rick. Love and prayers, Jan

  3. Dave and Diane Rusness says:

    I hung out with Rick for many years as a teen. Haven’t heard from him for a long time. I do remember his laugh and he was always making something. He built a cool fort up in my garage. We had a blast.
    – Dave

  4. DAW says:

    To the Moszer family and Friends;
    I’m sorry the the loss of Richard. Death is such a painful thing to endure. Being a minister, one bible scripture that brings comfort is found at Isaiah chap 33 verse 24 where God tells us one day no one will suffer from sickness. And another is Isaiah chap 26 verse 19 where God promises that the dead will be resurrected. That will truly be a wonderful time which will take place in the near future when God’s Kingdom rules this earth as it does heaven. So even though now is the time to grieve for Richard, remember to pray for God’s Kingdom to Come.

  5. Chuck Stenso says:

    Rick worked for me at the WoodChuck.

  6. Chuck Stenso says:

    Rick worked for me at the WoodChuck. Did good work. Haven’t seen him for quite awhile. Fun lovin’ guy. Sorry he had to go so soon. He will be missed.

  7. Greg Camp says:

    I am very sorry your loss. It’s been about 30 years since the last time I saw Rick. I can never get his laugh out of my head….just hearing it always cheered you up. I will keep your whole family in my prayers and that you may be comforted by God’s love and His Son Jesus Christ. Take time in life to cherish the things that are truly important. All material things will pass away, but our relationships with one another are eternal and will carry on from generation to generation. May our Lord spread His blessing on your whole family during this difficult times of loss.
    God Bless,
    Greg Camp

  8. Eric Anderson says:

    Rick was a good friend. We knew each other well. We where inseparable in high school. We had many adventures! I have been trying to reconnect with Rick for some years now, to no avail. I talked with him on the phone like 5 years ago. He told me of his boating on the big lake out of Duluth. I told him that I had been boating out of Silver Bay for years. We where just putting together a plan to meet up and do some boating when the phone went dead. That was the last time I spoke with Rick. We will have to do it another time in another place. Rick is amused that I am writing this. I can see the smile on his face and that laugh at the same time. Condolences to Ricks family. Let the healing begin. peace!

  9. Kathy Weeks-Wegner says:

    I grew up with Rick.
    A few of us hung out and had some fun memorable moments.
    I laugh every time I think of some of those times.
    Rick was always easy going, happy and mischievous all rolled into one.
    I smile every time I think of him.
    My thoughts and prayers are with his family at this difficult time.
    He will be remembered by many, with a smile!
    Kathy Weeks-Wegner

  10. Jeff Patterson says:

    I am very sorry for your loss. I have not seen Rick for many years, back in the day while going to school and many years after, we had some great and very crazy times. Rick was definitely known for his fun laugh and love of a good Oldsmobile muscle car, especially a fast 442. RIP Rick, you will be missed but not forgotten!!

  11. Carley zaun says:

    My Papa….. as you know we lost Jason a few days ago, I hope you are enjoying him. I was missing you all today and then Sublime loving is what I got came on…I could feel you all and I hope you know I am living up to my promise that I made you. I love you dad and you are talked about every day….I love you more and more and I know you would be so proud……xo your baby

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