Thomas A. Mossie, 66, of Greenwood, MO died Sunday, March 8, 2020 at Overland Park Regional Medical Center. Tom was past CEO of Summit Structural Steel and a current member of Praxis Enterprises. He enjoyed SCUBA diving, flying his airplane and spending time with his family.
Tom was preceded in death by two brothers, George A. Mossie, III, in 1956, John Patrick Mossie, in 1961, and parents, George W. Mossie, in 2000 and Catherine Allen Mossie, in 2002. Tom is survived by three children, Nicholas Allen Mossie (Shannon), Matthew Aaron Mossie (Katherine), and Jonathan Edward Mossie (Linda); six grandchildren; and his sister, Janet Ann Mossie.
Services will include visitation at Langsford Funeral home, March 11 from 6-8 pm. A memorial mass will be held at Our Lady of Presentation on March 12 at 11:00 am. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be directed to St Jude for cancer research. Burial in Mt Olivet, KCMO.
Lee’s Summit, MO 64063
Lee's Summit, MO 64081
Rest in peace Tom. Condolences to the family as you mourn the passing of our brother.
Sisters Joanne and Linda Mossie
My sincerest condolences and prayers for your loss Joanne, Linda & all of your family & friends. Peace, comfort and love to everyone. May he rest in peace.
My thoughts and prayers for the Mossie family sent for a fellow 1971 O’Hara graduate!
So glad we connected with Tom in the past year. Enjoyed eating Mexican and catching up with him. Hate to see you go but now have another person up there looking out for those left behind. Miss you
My deepest sympathies to his family, I will miss him badly. Stan
My deep sympathy to Tom’s family at this difficult time. I am so sorry.
I am blessed to have reconnected with Tommy the past years over dinners too. My deepest sympathy for the Mossie family at such a tragic loss of a father, brother and friend to me and many others.
I am very glad I had the chance to reconnect with Tom this past year. I did not remember such wit and kindness after being away from my O’Hara friend! I will remember the fun Mexican dinners, how much he spoke of his 3 sons and grandkids and the Texaco star we all have to get by October. I will remember you, Tom, so thanks for the memories.
I’m so sorry to hear of Tom’s passing. I enjoyed visiting with him at our 45th reunion and keeping up with him and his family on Facebook. My prayers go out to all of you.
My thoughts go out to all of the Mossie family! I, too, am a 1971 graduate of O’Hara with him. He was taken too soon. May he rest in peace!
So sad for family and friends. Love Tom love family. All must be strong now. Prayers for all Mossie family. All of them. Love you all. Lee
I am sorry to hear of Toms passing. I rented from him twice over the years. He was a nice guy and my condolences to his family.