Carmen Moeslinger, age 92, residing in Forest City, NC passed away Tuesday, December 30, 2014.
Born January 24, 1922 in Santurce, Puerto Rico, at the age of seventeen she came to New York City where she worked sewing boxing gloves at the Everlast factory, while taking care of three of her younger siblings, at the time of her mother’s untimely death. While working, she continued her studies earning a Bachelor of Arts degree from Hunter College and a Masters Degree in Education from The City College of New York. She was a school teacher with the NYC Board of Education for twenty-six years before retiring. Carmen enjoyed reading, singing, and playing the piano. She had a kind heart and brought harmony and love to all those around her.
Carmen is preceded in death by her husband Reinhold Otto Peter Moeslinger, architect, originally from Breslau, Germany, and sons Reinhold Moeslinger and Peter Moeslinger. She is survived by her son Otto Moeslinger, Esq, of New York City.
Also surviving are sisters Gabriel Cases, Rachel Lozada, brothers Raymond Saint Paul, Antonio Saint Paul and grandchildren Reinhold, Jianisse, Walden, Kelsey, Raven, Omar, Sofia, Erich and Natasha.
Carmen will be interred with her late husband Reinhold at the Cypress Hills Cemetery in New York City.
The Padgett and King Mortuary is serving the Moeslinger family.