Josh Mysinger

Josh Mysinger is no stranger to the art of masonry construction. Following in his father’s footsteps, Josh came to Mosser right out of high school working on the Toth Elementary addition project under Tom Kahler. At that time, his father, Ted, also worked for Mosser, transitioning from a field mason to Mosser’s Safety Coordinator. Josh has now been with Mosser for 22 years, working his way up from a laborer, apprentice, journeyman, foreman and to his current position as Masonry Superintendent. Josh’s masonry talents contributed to the success of the City of Toledo Collins Park new maintenance building and chemical building addition projects, and the Build Ohio Award-Winning Collins Park Basins 7 and 8 project.

Masonry construction wasn’t the only common interest Josh shared with his father. His passion for hunting and fishing were also family sports that he now shares with his own family. Living close to the Maumee River has allowed Josh and his son Brendan, 15, access to the Maumee River where they both love to fish. They also enjoy hunting in the Maumee State Forest.

In addition to his son Brendon, Josh and his wife Fallon, a registered nurse, also have a daughter Cailin, 20. In 2020, Cailin married Levi Huffman adding another blessing to his family. Currently, Brendan keeps them busy attending the many sporting events that include soccer, baseball, and basketball for Liberty Center Schools.

We are fortunate to have dedicated and talented employees like Josh as part of the Mosser family.