Jeanne Mozina

Date of Death: 4/21/2020

Jeanne (Link) Mozina, 75, peacefully passed away at home on April 21, 2020 surrounded by her loving family. Born March 9, 1945 in Spangler, daughter of Daniel J. and Ruth (Whitehead) Link. Preceded in death by parents, husband Joseph Mozina, son-in-law Scott Campbell, grandson Devin Maurer, and brother, Thomas Link. She is survived by her 5 children: Samantha Bolles (Scott), Tish Cordell (Bryan), Brant (Barbara Sue Noel) Mozina, Brooke Campbell (David Etchells), and Nissy (Daryl) Haluska; 13 grandchildren: Jared (Kaitlyn) Campbell, Kara Cordell, Dylan Bolles, Lucas Campbell, Elle Cordell, Ian Bolles, Brennan Haluska,  Jakob Bolles, Amelia Mozina, Ryan Haluska, Angelo Mozina, Ava Haluska and Tessa Bolles; great-grandchild, Denver Campbell; sister-in-law Linda (Tom) Link, niece Jill Link, Nephew Dirk (Bridget) Link and great-nieces Ainsley & Avery Link. Also survived by her loving companion, Murray. Jeanne was a graduate of Cambria Heights High School in 1963 and Indiana University of Pennsylvania in 1968. She then began her teaching career at Cambria Heights where she taught US history and world cultures. She was a devoted member of Patton Presbyterian Church where she served as an elder and also happily volunteered for numerous years in their Bible school program. Also a member of the Patton “Racy Red Hatters”, she enjoyed their monthly outings. Jeanne was an avid gardener and loved to work in her yard and tend to her flowers. She loved to shop, not so much for herself, but for others. She often began shopping in January for the following Christmas. One of her greatest joys was handing out what seemed like hundreds of gifts each year. Her children fondly remember their Mom’s cooking, as Jeanne & Joe made sure they ate together as a family every night. Jeanne’s potato salad was on of everyone’s favorites.  Jeanne’s favorite color was pink and she loved pink flamingos.  In her spare time, she enjoyed reading and watching Antique Road Show, Jeopardy and QVC. She also enjoyed her nightly cocktail of chocolate milk before bed.  Jeanne was incredibly proud of all of her grandchildren. Known as “Mom Mom”, her grandchildren enjoyed spending time at her house, each getting that little extra special love that only Mom-Mom could give. She liked having them stay over, even if it involved an accidental bed-wetting. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, a private service and viewing will be held for the family. Interment, Fairview Cemetery, Patton. A celebration of Jeanne’s life will be held at a later date where additional family and friends can come together in Jeanne’s remembrance.  Arrangements are under the direction of Stevens Funeral Home, Inc., Patton.  You may leave online condolences at or on our Facebook page. 



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