Nicole Lindsay (Greenley) Mosser, 27, passed away on Monday, May 23, 2011 at Essentia Hospital after a courageous battle with cancer. Nicole was born on February 14, 1984 to Roger and Tina (Hinschberger) Greenley in Fargo ND. She graduated from Fargo South High School in 2002 and Bismarck State College/F-M Ambulance with an associate degree in Paramedic (EMT) in 2004.Nicole worked with F-M Ambulance and loved the ability to care and serve others. In 2007 she began working at Essentia Health in the medical billing department. On May 26, 2007 Nicole married the love of her life, Marc Mosser, in West Fargo. They made their home in Harwood where Marc serves as Assistant Fire Chief with Harwood Fire and Rescue. Continuing with her love for helping others, Nicole served as a volunteer EMT and Firefighter with Harwood Fire and Rescue. The love and care she showed others was returned in November 2010 when the community had a fundraiser to help Nicole and Marc with their increasing medical bills as Nicole continued her battle with cancer. The turnout was tremendous! Nicole and Marc's greatest treasure is their loving family and friends. She is survived by her husband, Marc Mosser, Harwood ND; her parents, Roger and Claudia Greenley, Fargo; Tina and Steve Brabant, Suffolk, VA; her in-laws, John and Sheila Gibbs, Reiles Acres, ND; her sister, Cristel (Neil) Chetney, Hampton, VA; her step-sister, Lindsay (Bryan Young) Frederick, Fargo; her step-brother, Matthew Frederick, Fargo; her nephews, Davon and Masen Young, Hampton, VA and Cure Young, Fargo and many loving grandparents-in-law, aunts, uncles and cousins. She was preceded in death by her grandparents Alfred and Marjorie Greenley, Uncle Jon Greenley and Aunt Carol Kopperud. Nicole was diagnosed with a rare form of cancer in August 2010. Her husband Marc was her caregiver as were her father and in-laws. Nicole had a special place in her heart for her Caringbridge family as they followed her ups and downs and wrote her often.  A special thank you to Dr. Kristina Schlect, MD for her compassionate care at Essentia Health. Dr. Schlect gave dignity and peace to Nicole and her family.

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  1. rochert mnI am sorry to see your precious daughter’s obituary. My daughter was born 2/08/85 but lived just under 7 years. Katie is buried at Holy Cross. Bless you and your very sad family and friends..

  2. Moorhead Our family will miss Nicole and we will remember her courage, kindness and class in the face of adversity. We will pass on our memories of her to Cate and the next generation. Nicole is a great example of thoughtfulness and compassion, a wonderful person, and she has taught us never to take a day for granted. We are humbled to have known her. Our sympathies are especially with Marc, Roger, Claudia and Cristel.

  3. Maddock ND
    Marc and Family, We are so sorry to hear of Nicole’s death. Kelly so enjoyed her friendship with Nicole that formed during paramedic training. Marc, we remember you as a boy when you came to Grandma Jean’s in Maddock. I know that Nicole will be deeply missed by your family as well. May the peace of God that is beyond our understanding calm you in the days ahead. With deepest sympathy…

  4. Sheila, John & family,
    I am so sorry for your loss. Please know our thoughts and prayers are with you. If the family program volunteers can help with anything please let me know. We are here to help our families in a time of need.

    My Deepest Sympathy,
    Ginny

  5. Fargo ND
    Mark,
    I can’t imagine how you feel, but am praying that you find comfort and strength in the fact that Nicole is no longer suffering, and is in the care of a loving God. I continue to keep you in my prayers, and know that if you ever need anything, I am here for you.
    Juel

  6. Fargo ND
    Marc…my thoughts and prayers are with you. I was devastated to hear of your loss. May you and your family find peace in the days ahead.

    -Deedra (Crane Johnson)

  7. Mesa AZ
    Dear Roger and Family,
    May Nicole have eternal life first promised to her at baptism. The baptism celebrated at Nativity when she was an infant in which I presided at years ago.
    Nicole grew in God’s wisdom and grace and shared her gifts with others in many ways. She discerned to serve God in the Sacrament of Marriage and was loved by many. For her now life has changed not ended.
    You all are in my thoughts and prayers.
    Fr. Tim Bushy

  8. I am so sorry to hear about Nicole. I remember babysitting her when she was just a cute little roly-poly baby. So sweet. My deepest sympathies to Roger, Tina, Crystal and her husband and friends.

  9. Moorhead MN
    Roger and Family, our deepest sympathy is with you and your family. It is the hardest to cope, with the loss of your Child. Our prayers will be with you always. Cherish the good memories, and talk to your Angel often. Our Love, Richard & Denise Eskildsen

  10. fargo ND
    My thoughts are with Nicole’s family in this tragic time. She was such a joy to be around. Prayers are with you all and she is now a beautiful angel. Erin Gress

  11. My thoughts and prayers are with you all. Try to take comfort knowing that Nicole is no longer in pain and you have an awesome angel watching over you.
    She will be greatly missed.

  12. Fargo ND
    I simply cannot find the words to express my profound sadness. Roger, you and I had a chance to talk about Nicole’s work with FM Ambulance and your pride was so evident. Please know our prayers are with you now and forever. Dave and Sandy Kruse.

  13. fredericksburg vaOur thoughts and prayers are with your family. May God give you strength while you deal with the loss of a beautiful person. Our sympathies, Gordy, Sheila, & Theta

  14. Fargo Nicole,
    You were so good to me these last years while we were both struggling. You were so brave and beautiful. I love you dearly my friend and will miss you so very much! To Everyone that knew Nicole,especially her friends and Family she was a beacon of light and strength. You will truely be missed Nicole forever!!

  15. Portland North Dakota
    Roger and family, I wish we could do something to take your pain away. Just know that Ellen and I are thinking and praying for you.

    Scott & Ellen Kraling and Family

  16. Fargo ND
    Roger and family, even though it’s difficult to find the words, our hearts speak when our voices cannot. May you find peace and comfort at this time of sorrow – Sheila Klose

  17. Harwood ND
    Mark, Letting you know that Angie and I are thinking of you at this very hard time. Nicole was a special person with many talents and I am honored to have worked with her on the Fire and Rescue at Harwood. She will be missed and the Squad can only be better because of her insperation. Best of luck to you and your family during this time. Ross Puhr

  18. Las Vegas NVIn life, there are many meetings and many partings, with those that are dear to us.
    We should never take any day for granted, as they are all a gift.

    I hope and pray that you find peace, happiness and God’s loving embrace in your new heavenly home.

    With fond memories….

    Kathy Grandbois

  19. Harwood ND
    Nicole’s Family:
    My deepest condolences go out to you during this time of morning Nicole’s death. She was such a light during hard times and was so much fun to have around! I know my boyfriend and I miss her. We know that she is in Heaven now with no pain or suffering. She is being well taken care of! Know that our prayers go out to you all during your time of need. Please feel free to let us know if you need anything at all!
    Jess & Ryan

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