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Joseph Moseder Dies After Long Illness

   Joseph (Mousey) Moseder, 51, of Willow st., Landisville, died early yesterday morning at home after a lengthy illness.
   A Landisville resident 48 years, he had moved here from Philadelphia where he was born. He was a veteran of World War II, serving with the 82nd Airborne, U.S. Army. He was employed by the Thomas Fornataro, Inc., beer distributors.
   He was a member of the International Brotherhood of Teamsters Local 830, Philadelphia. A past commander and member of the American Legion Post 270 of Buena Vista, he also was a member of the Landisville Social Club and of Our Lady of Victories church, Landisville.
   Surviving are his wife. Susan Pontarelli Moseder; two daughters, Mrs. Bruce (Ann) Kennedy and Mrs. Charles (Judy) Kennedy, both of Vineland; his mother, Mrs. Louise Moseder of Minotola; a brother, David of Vineland, and five sisters, Mrs. Mary Grucclo of Vineland; Mrs. Louis (Catherine) Sorrentino of Mays Landing, Mrs. Harry (Margaret) Bergante of Mesa, Ariz., Mrs. Elizabeth Biscleglla of Pleasantville and Mrs. Louis (Sara) Domenlco of Minotola.
   Funeral services will be at 8:.'!0 a.m. Wednesday from the Rone Funeral Chapel with a Mass of Resurrection and Communion at Our Lady of Victories Church, Landisville, at 9:30 a.m. Burial will be in Our Lady of Victories Cemetery..

[The Daily Journal. Vineland, NJ, 23 Mar 1970, Mon, Page 10]

[courtesy of Deborah Cornatzer]

Grave marker for Joseph F. Moseder in Our Lady of Victories Cemetery, Landisville (Atlantic county), New Jersey.


Joseph registered for the draft at Mays Landing, NJ on 16 October 1940 and was inducted into the Army at Camden, NJ on 28 November 1940.

T/5 Moseder as transferred from the Parachute School, Fort Benning, GA on 26 October 1943 as a member of the cadre team.

Pfc Moseder was wounded in action in Holland on 26 September 1944.

He was discharged on 28 August 1945.

His military decorations include the Purple Heart and the Bronze Service Arrowhead device awarded for participation in the Normandy assault