Arthur P. Mosley, Jr.


Arthur P. Mosley, Jr., 73, passed away suddenly on July 15, 2021 while vacationing in Maine. He was born in Albany, NY on January 11, 1948 to Arthur and Mary Konitski Mosley, Sr. Art proudly served in the US Army from 1967-1973 where he received many awards for his honorable service in the Vietnam War.

Art worked many years in the grocery retail industry. He started as a meat cutter, and became a meat and seafood specialist, manager, and assistant store director. He retired from Hannaford in 2008.

He was a life member of VFW Post 1019 in Albany and American Legion Post 490 in Stillwater. He enjoyed bowling, camping, fishing and watching his favorite Nascar driver, #3 Dale Earnhardt. Art’s greatest joy was spending time with his grandchildren and he treasured the memories they made together.

He was predeceased by his parents, and his daughter Janice Mosley. Art is survived by his beloved wife Wilma Maier Mosley; children Michael Mosley (Kathleen), Jennifer Griffin, Arthur Mosley III (Krystal), and John Mosley (Lyndsey); grandchildren Cody Mosley, Michaela Mosley, Nicholas Griffin, Kendal Griffin, Payton Griffin, Lucas Mosley, Mackenzie Mosley, Alyce Mosley, Stella Mosley, and Noah Radley; siblings Carolyn Blair, Elaine Schwartz, Kathleen Crocker, Michael Mosley, and Christopher Mosley; his best doggie friends who will miss him, Winnie and Bear; and many nieces and nephews.

Funeral services with military honors will be held 9:30am Monday, July 26 at the Gerald BH Solomon Saratoga National Cemetery, Duell Road, Schuylerville, relatives and friends are invited to attend. Memorial contributions in memory of Art may be made to the Leukemia Society at www.lls.org

Special thanks to his favorite sister in law Colleen Barkman and daughter in law Krystal Nates Mosley for their help and support in the last three years during Art’s illness; all our camping friends whose kindness will never be forgotten; and the Scarborough Maine Rescue Squad and Police for their efforts and their Trauma Intervention Program for holding my hand through it all.

Guest Book

Linda M. Konitski

I'm sorry to hear about cousin Art, my condolences to his family and friends. I haven't seen any of you in years but will always remember the 4th of July party at cousin Carolyn's. That day seemed to last forever, such fun. Even though we don't see one another I always think of you.

Your cousin, Linda

P.S. Art's eyes remind me of my dads.

John Keil

My condolences to your family and friends. You will always have the memories to help you along.
God speed Art

Joanne FitzGibbon

Wilma...I'm so sorry to read of Art's passing. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
Joanne FitzGibbon

Barbara Galea

My condolences to the Mosley family !

Jim Hoffman

RIP Art...

Brenda Dinardi Dickinson

No words can make loss like this any easier. Always enjoyed working with him and the boys at Hannaford. Through your sorrow focus on happier times. You all are in my thoughts.
- Brenda Dinardi Dickinson -

Barb & August Jones

Wilma and family, our deepest sympathy. We will miss him so much.

Sonja Gorman

So many memories Uncle Art..my favorites being when we went to the pot o gold camping.. I'll be looking for you on the other side.. Love and Peace Uncle Art ✌️❤️