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CHARLES FULLER MOSHER, a leading business executive and engineer of Western Massachusetts, who holds a responsible position with the Turners Falls Power and Electric Company, and is prominently identified with worthy lines of useful and progressive activity, is a man of high achievement, whose work is his principal interest and whose attitude toward life and its responsibilities is that of the serious but ever forward looking spirit. He is a son of William D. and Lillian A. (Fuller) Mosher, both parents residents of North Adams for many years.
Charles Fuller Mosher was born in North Adams, Massachusetts, October 16, 1879. His education was begun in the public schools of North Adams, and pursuing courses of advanced study, he entered the electrical field. Gaining practical experience in the power plants of the Hoosac Valley and Berkshire Street railroad, he became identified with the Greenfield Electric Light and Power Company in 1906. He was placed in charge of the generating plants of this concern and was active thus for a period of eight years, and has since 1914 served the company in consultant and supervisory capacities, still being thus affiliated. Since 1912 Mr. Mosher has served as superintendent of stations in charge of operation, maintenance and new construction of generating and sub-stations for the Turners Falls Power and Electric Company. In addition to his other affiliations, he furnishes consultant and supervisory service to a few smaller central station plants in Massachusetts. His work is definitely that of the expert, and his force and ability are well appraised in the measure of success which he has achieved. Mr. Mosher was made a trustee of the Greenfield and Montague transportation area in 1924 for a two years term and outside his profession maintains a keen interest in local civic affairs, identifying himself with other progressive citizens in furtherance of all worthy enterprises.
Charles Fuller Mosher married, July 19, 1905, Emma Eugenia Watson, of North Adams.