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Slain Overland Park Police Officer 'Was Everything' To His Wife And Daughter

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Overland Park Police Officer Michael Mosher poses for a photo with his family after having received an award for valor. Ofc. Mosher is holding a wooden plaque.
Courtesy of Corinne Mosher
Overland Park Officer Mike Mosher was killed in the line of duty in May. He leaves behind a wife, Corinne, and a daughter, Tyler.

Corrine Mosher has experienced an outpouring of support since the death of her husband.

  • Corinne Mosher, firearms instructor and competitive shooter
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