Duane Carl Mosure, 75, was born on Aug. 10, 1939, in Lockport, New York, to William C. and Augusta (Dolly) Marie Mosure and died Jan. 31, 2015, in Round Rock, Texas, with his daughter Melissa Reeve by his side, following years of declining health. He is preceded in death by his parents. Duane leaves behind his beloved wife of 52 years, Mary Rita (Mooney) Mosure and their four daughters: Amy (Thomas) Numrych of Woodinville, WA; Melissa (Ian) Reeve of Round Rock, TX; Jennifer (Steve) Core of Highlands Ranch, CO; and Rebecca (Terry) Kawahara of Maple Valley, WA, as well as, four grandchildren whom he loved very much: Sarah Reeve, Jeffrey Numrych, Andrew Kawahara and Austin Kawahara. Additionally, he leaves behind his sister, Joyce (Peter) Tarajos of Gasport, NY; brother-in-law, Patrick (Margaret) Mooney of Columbus, OH; cousin, Jim Wagner, of Akron, NY, whom was like his brother, and numerous extended family members and friends. In his youth, he enjoyed summer days on his Uncle Henry and Aunt Mildred Wagner’s farm. He was a member of the swim and dive team at Lockport High School earning awards for his achievements. Duane graduated from Lockport High School and continued his education at Clarkson College of Technology, Potsdam, NY, earning a Bachelor Degree in Mechanical Engineering. He enjoyed unwinding games of hockey with classmates between studies. Duane went on to attend the University of Dayton, Dayton, OH, earning a Bachelor Degree in Electrical Engineering. He began his career in engineering with the Aeronautical Systems Division at Wright Patterson Air Force Base, OH. While in Dayton he married his wife and they began a family. They relocated to Torrington, CT, where Duane continued his career as an aeronautical engineer at Candler Evans, Hartford, CT. In 1977 Duane secured employment with Sundstrand Corporation, Rockford and worked there until his retirement in 1999. He had a brilliant mind and excelled in his field earning numerous United States patents, such as Centrifugal Pump Diffuser Ring Assembly and Mechanical Shaft Seal. He valued education and saw that his children graduated from college. Mr. Mosure and his wife spent their retirement traveling visiting friends, family and enjoying their grandchildren. He was a member of the Coon Creek Casters, a Boone County fishing club, which brought him enjoyment. Additionally, he enjoyed woodworking, hobby farming, vegetable gardening, county fairs and air shows. Duane will be missed and not forgotten by those who knew and loved him. A memorial service will be held on Mar. 15 at Light of Life Lutheran Church, Covington, WA, and Duane and his wife will eventually be interred at Holy Trinity Catholic Church, Somerset, Ohio, where they promised to love each other forever and began their lives together. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Alzheimer’s Association and condolences may be made on his tribute page at http://act.alz.org/goto/Duane-Carl-Mosure

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