Jack Oliver Moser suffered a stroke in his sleep on February 26, 2019-the day he was to place his Dear Wife Mitsuko’s ashes into the Niche Wall at Tahoma National Cemetery following her death on February 12, 2019. Jackie (Jack) Oliver was born October 18, 1937, in Joplin, Missouri, and passed away March 4, 2019, at the Auburn General Hospital.
Shortly after graduating high school, Jack joined the US Army. His first assignment was with the Army Security Agency in Oji, Japan, July 1957. He was later reassigned to Eight Army Headquarters in Zama, Japan where he met Mitsuko Karasawa in September 1957. They were married June 4, 1959, in Zama, Japan. They did not have any children, but almost always had a pet doggie and their latest doggie, Chris, also passed away on 3/1/2019.
When they returned to the United States in late 1959, they lived in several states before moving to Germany for a few years. When they returned to the United States from Germany, they again lived in several states before settling down in the Seattle, Washington, area. Jack’s career was in the insurance industry selling insurance to individuals.
After retiring in the Rio Verde Mobile Estates for a few years, Jack would take part time jobs with several Senior Living Centers. He enjoyed helping the seniors by driving them to local events, shopping, doctor visits, or just spending time with them.
Jack and his Dear Wife Mitsuko’s ashes will be interred “TOGETHER FOREVER” at the Tahoma National Cemetery in Kent, Washington.