Eunice H. Moseley, age 89, passed away peacefully Sunday, August 18, 2019, at Sylvan Crossings in Fitchburg, Wisconsin. She was born June 27, 1930, to Adolf and Bertha (Viney) Butterfuss on the family farm in Tomah, Wisconsin. Eunice was a 1948 graduate of Tomah High School. She was united in marriage to her high school sweetheart, Doyle Moseley, on September 11, 1948, at St. Paul Lutheran Church in Tomah. After their marriage, they worked on a farm for a year in Montfort, Wisconsin. They then moved to Decatur, Illinois, for one year and back to Tomah in 1951, where she was a homemaker. In 1973 they moved to the Moseley homestead farm near Warrens where Doyle grew up. In the mid 1970s Eunice started working at the Cash Store in the fabric/craft department and was also a gifted seamstress. She retired from the Cash Store at age 65. She enjoyed reading, sewing, baking, camping, snowmobiling and spending time with her family and friends.
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She is survived by her son, Don (Cherlyn) Moseley, three daughters, Debbie (Mike) Hubert, Teri (Bob) Connor, and Shelly (Mike) Van Hecker; 10 grandchildren, Amy (Ray) Erickson, Lindsey (Brent) Eirschele, Troy (Molly) Moseley, Nikki (Jeff) Helm, Brooke (Gary) Blaser, Justin Hubert, Noelle and Logan Connor, and Megan and Jared Van Hecker; 11 great grandchildren, Skyler Erickson, Camryn and Maya Eirschele, Jameson and Margaret Moseley, Evan and Trent Blaser, Emerson and Aubrie Hubert, Ava Desmarais, and Ella Handel; sister, Darlene (Ron) Tralmer; and many nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents; brothers, Edward, Ray, Harold, Les, Leonard, and Norman Butterfuss; and sisters, Irene, Edna Burnstad, Lucille Sesolak, and Aldean Felber.
Funeral services will be held on Saturday, October 5, 2019, at 11:00 a.m. at Gloria Dei Lutheran Church, 310 W. Elizabeth Street, Tomah, Wisconsin. Family and friends are also invited for visitation at the church from 9:00 a.m. until the time of the service.