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Eveanna M Mosier

October 5, 2019

Eveanna M. Mosier 83, passed away October 5, 2019 at Newton Presbyterian Manor.  She was born June 26, 1936 in Garden City, Kansas to Herbert and Bonnie (Fox) Clutter.

 

She was a longtime active member of Trinity Heights United Methodist Church in Newton, Kansas. She was also an active member of Willowbrook United Methodist Church in Sun City, Arizona.

 

On June 2, 1957 she married Donald F. Jarchow in Garden City, Kansas and he preceded her in death in January 1970.  She later married William(Bill) E. Mosier on January 11, 1980 in Wichita, Kansas and he preceded her in death in May 2007.

 

Eveanna was a 1954 graduate of Holcomb High School in Finney County and graduated from Kansas State University in 1958 in elementary education.  Eveanna had a passion for teaching children and through the years taught piano, pre-school and Sunday school.  She also used her talents by being a 4-H leader for many years. 

 

She enjoyed learning to fly a single engine plane and earned her private pilot’s license in 1978. She was very proud of this accomplishment, and shared this love with others which has resulted in multiple family members in the airline industry.

 

Faith, family and friends were a constant in her life.  Eveanna loved to travel and visited all 50 states and several countries.  She especially enjoyed R.V. traveling and camping with Bill as they visited many state parks across the county, visiting friends and family along her life’s journey.  Being outside and tending flowers was a time of relaxation and renewal for Eveanna.

 

Eveanna is survived by her son Tracy (wife, Jade) Jarchow; daughters Nancy (husband, Mike) Hostetler and Mitzie (husband, Tim) Eddins; one sister Beverly (husband, Vere) English.  She is also survived by 8 grandchildren, 4 great grandchildren, 4 step children, 10 step grandchildren and 10 step great grandchildren.

 

She is preceded in death by her parents, two husbands, sister Nancy Clutter and brother Kenyon Clutter.

 

A celebration of Eveanna’s life will be 4:00 p.m., Saturday, October 19, 2019 at Trinity Heights United Methodist Church with The Reverend Donna Voteau presiding. A light meal after is provided. Private family interment will be in Restlawn Gardens of Memory Newton, Kansas.

 

Memorials are suggested to the 4-H Foundation Clutter Memorial Fund

c/o Kansas 4-H Foundation 116 Umburger Hall Kansas State University Manhattan, Kansas 66506

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10 thoughts on “Eveanna M Mosier

  1. Thinking of you and your family during this difficult time and sending thoughts of comfort. We pray that your cherished memories of Eveanna soften the sadness and bring comfort and peace to your heart.

  2. Dear family, what a beautiful mother you have. Both inside and out! We will always remember her as a precious friend who had a wonderful family.

  3. Thinking of all of you during this time. I know we haven’t seen you for many years but always appreciated your mother keeping in touch with my Mom (Gwyn Frack) Please tell Beverly I really appreciate her calling
    Mom on Eveanna’s death. Prayers to all.

  4. Eveanna was our neighbor in Paradise. She welcomed us to the community and introduced us to others. She was an inspiration to many. We loved her and will never forget her.

    Condolences to the family. We know how much she loved all of you.

  5. Dear Nancy & Family,
    I enjoyed your mom’s/grandma’s energy, passion and sense of humor. She lived life to the full. I know you will miss her so and pray special memories will ease your pain in this season and months/years to come.
    With our love,
    Robert & Phama

  6. I lived next door to Eveanna in Arizona for many years and we became very good friends. I miss her very much. My prayers are
    with her family.
    Wilma Betten.

  7. May God bless Eveanna’s family. As young girls my oldest sister, Sylvia Brungardt, and her were classmates at Holcomb school. Eveanna private messaged me a few years ago and we conversed about an invitation I had posted that was for Eveanna’s party that my sister had been invited to. She was a delight to share stories with. I believe she and Sylvia are reunited in Heaven and thrilled to see each other again. Hugs from Garden City.

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