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Donald Peter Moshenko

January 11, 1941 January 13, 2021
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Obituary for Donald Peter Moshenko

Heavy Heart

Don Moshenko, long time Milford resident lost his battle from complications with Covid on January 13 2021. He will be remembered as a kind caring generous and humorous man who loved all his children and grandchildren.

Many will remember him for his love for this country, unique hats, old western movies, horse racing, watching Secreteriet, football, bowling, his speedway coffee and driving his Lincoln town cars all around town before dementia altered his ability to enjoy those things that made him special to many. Those that knew him will remember him always tipping his hat when greeting or saying good bye.

His family asks that you remember him for those positive qualities that made him unique and special and dismiss those that were a struggle as part of the darker side of dementia. We are truly heartbroken.

He leaves behind his loving wife Sharon, two sons David in Greenwood, South Carolina and Michael (Erica) in Las Vegas Nevada, and three stepchildren Terry Peterson (Christel) in Emmett, Mi, Sara (Danny) Scull from Lexington Park, MD and Carl (Abigail) Peterson from Virginia Beach, Va, and grandchildren Ashley (Mike) Zuniga, Anthony (Ashlyne) Ingle, Elizabeth, Olivia, Kaleb and Max and great grandsons Colton and Logan all who he adored. He also leaves behind brothers and sisters in law and nieces and nephews who he loved to be around and his little four legged buddy Lexi, our little dog who he loved to pamper. spoil and loved to walk.

As his dementia got worse he made it well known he missed his parents Peter and Mary Moshenko and knew he would unite with them when he turned 80. January 11th he turned 80. He is now pain free and will celebrate with his parents. His family will miss him terribly and he will always have a special place in our hearts. A celebration of life will be planned for a safer time due to Covid.


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