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Mrs. Lucille R. “Butchie” (Young) Mosher, surrounded by her loving family, passed away the morning of Saturday, September 21, 2019 at McLaren Bay Region, age 81. Lucille was born in Bay City, Michigan on September 10, 1938 to the late Albert and Eleanor (Miller) Young and resided there her entire life. She married the love of her life, Everett H. Mosher on September 29, 1956 and he preceded her in death on December 16, 2002.
Lucille was a wonderful wife and mother, a faithful daughter and sister, the best Nana ever, and a loving caregiver to her mother and her husband who still found time to be there for her friends and neighbors. She could always be counted on for a sympathetic ear, an unfiltered opinion, sensible advice or just a good cup of coffee.
Lucille had a great sense of humor and enjoyed visiting with her family and friends. Holidays were always special, with great food, good company, lively conversations and lots of laughter. Everyone who stopped by was welcomed, loved and well fed. She especially enjoyed going up north to stay in her camper and visit her life-long friend, Sharon Hillman.
Living to cherish her memory are her four children, Michael Mosher, Robert Mosher, Denise (Eric) Hoffman, Kristine (Mosher) Poirier; eleven grandchildren, Kendra, Erica, Mallory, Kirk, Trisha, Andrew, Terry, Evan, Elise, Laura, Amber; nine great-grandchildren, Nathan, Natalie, Nolan, Camron, Matt, Elliana, Peyton, Greyson, Sullivan; and a brother in law, Donald (Ruth) Mosher as well as numerous nieces and nephews along with her dog Rowdy. Besides her husband and parents, Lucille was preceded in death by her siblings, Calvin, Donna, Doris, Barb, Eleanor, and Sheryl.
A service will take place Wednesday, September 25, 2019 at 1:00 p.m. at Squires Funeral Home. Members of Lucille’s family will officiate with burial in Floral Gardens Cemetery on Thursday, September 26, 2019. Friends may call at Squires Funeral Home on Wednesday from 11:00 a.m. until the time of service. Those planning an expression of sympathy are asked to consider memorials to the “Wishes of the Family.”