Jeremy J. Moslander, 30, of Wood River, died Saturday, Oct. 30, 2010, at St. Francis Medical Center in Grand Island, from injuries received in a motor vehicle accident.
Memorial services will be at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday at St. Peder’s Evangelical Lutheran Church in Nysted. Inurnment will be in the Nysted Cemetery.
There will be no visitation. Mr. Moslander’s body was cremated.
Peters Funeral Home of St. Paul is in charge of arrangements.
Mr. Moslander was born on April 28, 1980, at Grand Island, the son of Kelly J. and Denise A. (Scheil) Moslander.
He is survived by his wife, Misty A. Moslander of Wood River; two sons, Tyler and Jayden; four daughters, Kori Anne, Alexas, Debbie and Haylee; mother, Denise Moslander of Grand Island; father and step-mother, Kelly and Gloria Moslander of Alda; sister and brother-in-law, Heather and Ryan Lessig of Cairo; grandparents, Larry and Donetta Nye of Dannebrog; father-in-law, Patrick Meyers of Omaha; sister-in-law and her husband, Thea and Mike Boerkircher of Scottsbluff; and brother-in-law, Malachi Meyers of Grand Island.
He is also survived by aunts and uncles, Pamela Moslander of Palmer, Kathy and Jim Riebschlager of Ord, Scott Scheil of Windsor, VA, Dale and Karin Nye of Bellevue and Kevin and Shannon Nye of Underwood, IA; and cousins.
Jeremy began his education at Seedling Mile Elementary in Grand Island. As a young boy he moved with his family to Millard and in 1993, moved to Dannebrog where he attended Centura Middle School and High School.
He married Alina Wooden in Feb. 1999, in St. Paul. The couple lived in St. Libory and then Shelton.
He married Misty A. Meyers on Sept. 12, 2008, at Grand Island. The couple lived in St. Paul for several years until moving to Wood River. Jeremy had worked at O’Reilly Auto Parts and Chief Building, both in Grand Island. The past three years he worked as a truck driver for Packer, Inc. in Wood River.
Jeremy loved his family. His wife, children and home were his life. He greatly enjoyed Craigslist, all animals, especially salt water fish, and NASCAR, with Tony Stewart being his favorite driver.
Jeremy was preceded in death by grandparents, James and Joyce Moslander, Ervin Scheil and Bernice Geis; and his mother-in-law, Debra Meyers.
In lieu of flowers and plants, memorials are requested, to be given to the family.