In Memory

Steve Mossbrook

Steve Mossbrook

Lifelong Friend Glen Blume passed this informaiton to me.


Please add your thoughts and memories.

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11/15/20 09:35 AM #1    

Susan Scheinman (Leonard)

What a sad notice to wake up to. So many laughs and good times. He expressed so many of my insecurities and helped me grow up. Dearly missed.

11/19/20 04:59 PM #2    

Frances Hagberg (Graham)

WIth sadness I read of Steve's loss. Steve is someone who seemed to cross my path over and over at Oberlin and reunions. We seemed to know how to argue in a good natured way and he certainly could make me laugh. Farewell, old friend.

12/14/20 11:57 AM #3    

Priscilla Harmon (Putnam)

I was so sad to learn of Steve's death, and it has taken me awhile to know what to say! He was such an important part of my life at Oberlin, adding spice to the otherwise grueling study schedule I, and so many of us, maintained.  He and his Alpha Q "fraternity" brothers pushed the envelope, in good fun; and those of us who could tag along greatly benefited.  Steve and I enjoyed so many times together--very hard to recount and I probably shouldn't! I am not surprised to know he loved luxury cars--he certainly loved his motorcycle!   Rest in Peace, Steve.  You were a really good guy.

12/15/20 02:26 PM #4    

Geraldine Kearse (Brookins)

Steve was a good friend of mine. He enjoyed life to the fullest. I will miss him. 

Geri Kearse Brookins 

12/15/20 04:41 PM #5    

William Maron

Steve was a character who took his motorcycle apart over the winter, cleaned it, rebuilt it and had no parts left over while living on the forth floor of the dorm. I couldn't believe that anyone would do that in college.

I was also a member of Alpha Q - I suspect it was because I was a chem major who had access  to Lab alcohol. We really had some good parties with Steve.

Bill Maron

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