Kevin Mosley, thirty three years resident of Phoenix, Arizona died on March 5, 2013 of complications from Leukemia. He was born on August 27, 1938 in Chicago, Illinois the son of John and Kathryn Dyer Mosley, both of whom preceded him in death. He is survived by his wife, Cassandra Mason-Motz of Phoenix, Arizona and his daughter, Christine Filimonova, of San Francisco, California.
He attended DePaul University in Chicago, and soon went to work as a reporter for Chicago Today/Chicago American newspapers (owned by the Chicago Tribune), during which time he was nominated for a Pulitzer Prize. He then went to work for the Illinois Commerce Commission. Kevin was a man of unique insights and perspective; he counseled utilities in Arizona, including APS, AT&T during the divestiture and later US West. He believed firmly in civil rights. Kevin will be missed for his wry humor and social/political commentaries.
No formal services will be held. A celebration of Kevin's life is being planned in the future. Friends wishing to honor Kevin's life are encouraged to donate to either the Animal Welfare League or KJZZ or KBAQ radio stations.