Victor “Vic” R. Moszer, 92, Fargo, passed away Friday, August 21, 2020 at Eventide on 8th, Moorhead. Vic was born to Anton and Margaret (Baumgartner) Moszer on October 5, 1927 in Strasburg, ND and lived there until the family moved to Drake, ND in 1940. Vic worked with his father in building many homes in Drake and the surrounding area. Vic met Gladys Carley at a dance in Drake. They were united in marriage July 12, 1950 in Harvey, ND. They resided in Drake for a short time moving to Harvey later. In 1955 they moved to Fargo where he started working for Olaf Anderson and Sons. In the mid 60’s they moved to Lodi, CA. They moved back to Fargo in the later 60’s where he continued his working career at Olaf Anderson and Sons. Vic was a member at St. Anthony’s of Padua Catholic Church and helped with the renovations of the church, rectory, and the priests’ house from 2003-2005. In his spare time, Vic enjoyed classic cars and owned a few through the years. He also collected coins and stamps, spending time reading, and woodworking in his garage. He was always willing to lend a helping hand building various garages and decks for family and friends. When Vic was older, he enjoyed putting together thousand-piece puzzles. He had a system down to where it made putting together the puzzle efficiently. His greatest joy was his grandchildren and great grandchildren. He lit up whenever they came through a room. Victor is survived by his 2 sons, Doug (Debby), Dave (Karen); and daughter, Vicky (Bob C.) Fettig; He is also survived by 6 grandchildren and 12 great grandchildren. Victor was preceded in death by his wife Gladys in 2011; his parents; sons, Dan and Rick Moszer; grandsons, Brad Fettig and Officer Jason Moszer; siblings, 3 sisters, Myra Wald, Cecelia Miller, Patricia Erickson; and 1 brother, Alvin Moszer. The family wants to thank Elim Rehab and Care Center, Eventide on 8th, and Hospice of the Red River Valley for taking excellent care of Vic. A private family graveside service will take place at Riverside Cemetery, Fargo.

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  1. I met Vic through my friend Shirley. I visited him and Shirley at his home several times. I really thought he had a lot of wisdom. He said to me one time, “Bad things happen in this world.” I felt a connection with him, because he lost a son and a grandson. I also lost a son. I visited him at Elim a few times. He loved to put puzzles together. He said his one son has been in a nursing home for awhile. I could tell he really loved his children. He will be greatly missed. Rest in peace my friend!!

  2. It was with sadness I read about Vic in paper today. I just viewed the video. What great memories of good times we spent together and sad times we shared. Great picture you chose ,so Vic.
    Most Sincere Sympathy and praying for strength for all of you.
    Vicky can you give me a call please Love and Friendship Helen Punton

  3. Vicky, My condolences to you and your family on the loss of a V.I.P. named Vic. And all the other family losses too. Great keepsake video of fun times. Hugs and prayers to all. Love you always! Margie E.

  4. It is with great sadness to hear of Vic’s passing. I have many fond childhood memories of Vic and the Moszer family. I remember most, the laughter when our parents were together.
    The video memorial was a beautiful tribute. What a handsome man he was and I swear he never aged!
    Prayers and hugs to all!
    Rest in Peace Vic.

  5. So sorry for your loss , he was blessed with a wonderful family, bless all your hearts
    Karen (Camp) Rebold

  6. Rest in Peace, my wonderful Uncle Victor. The video was beautiful and a walk down memory lane seeing so many family members. What a great man, showing love for all. Quick witted, hard working, always there for a hug or to tell a story. Loved how our parents would laugh when they were together. All my love.

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