Kenneth Freeman Mosman 90\n\nDied quietly in his home in Lincoln Nebraska on 9/11/17\n\nHe is survived by his wife Delores Kemper Mosman \n\nHe leaves his children, Gale Mosman of Conway NH, Steven (Tim) Mosman and his wife, Karen of North Woodstock NH, Jane Mosman Hess and her husband, Stephen of Thompson CT.,Brother, Elwyn Mosman and his, companion Patricia Manning.\n\nHe is predeceased by his first wife and mother of his children, Helen Frances Mosman. His son John R. Mosman, daughter Jill Mosman Orcutt, brothers Russell Mosman, Wayne Mosman and Neil Mosman, also his beloved parents Russell and Marthena Mosman.\n\nHe leaves his grandchildren, Erin Fortin, Casey Mosman, Blake Mosman, Brittney Mosman, Miranda Orcutt, Octavia Orcutt, Kyle Hess, Cameron Hess, Ethan Hess and four great grandchildren.\n\nKenneth is also predeceased by his wife Neola Benson Mosman\n\nHe is survived by his stepchildren, Lyle Benson and his wife, Krishna of Dallas TX, Rick Benson, his wife Sheila of Holdredge NE, Linda Swanson and her companion, Dr. R Charles Ihle of Kearney NE, step grandchildren, Lisa Shumale, Christopher Benson, Shawna Swanson, Brian Swanson and five great grandchildren. He is predeceased by his step grandson Eric Benson.\n \nHe is survived by his stepchildren Stephen Koch and his wife Jackalin of Lincoln NE, Arlene Wilke of Omaha NE and Margaret Lichty of Las Vegas NV. He is also survived by his grandchildren Melissa Branting, Tonya Zelnio, Devany Studnicka and four great grandchildren.\n\nKenneth was born in Worcester Ma. On December 22 1926 . He attended Worcester's South High School. Kenneth served in the Navy during World War II from 1944 -1946. He received a PHD in Psychology in 1959 at George Washington University. He owned the Worcester Stamp Company/NAMECO. He also created a company called Polymer graphics. He pursued buying and selling real-estate with great success. He has been an avid outdoors man with a true love of nature. He enjoyed many hunting trips with friends. Golf was a love of his most of his life and strived to improve his game. Ken continued his interest in hobbies and always was willing to try something new. He lived his life with health and fitness as an important factor. Genealogy became an intricate part of his life. He published many papers and books and also received the Nebraska Genealogist of the year award in 2009.\n\nServices are private. Donations can be made in his name to the organization of your choice.