|Born||January 18, 1915
Auburn, New York
|Died||December 15, 1972
|Other names||Bob Mosher|
|Education||B.A. Susquehanna University|
Robert L. Mosher Jr. was born in Auburn, New York, to Robert L. Mosher Sr. and Marian K. Mosher (née McCamey).  He was best known for his work on Amos and Andy, Meet Mr. McNutley, Leave It To Beaver, Ichabod and Me, Bringing Up Buddy, and The Munsters, along with his co-writer Joe Connelly who is buried in Culver City's Holy Cross Cemetery. Mosher was a 1937 Susquehanna University graduate. He died in Encino, California.
-  "Mr. Mosher is survived by his wife, Marian McCamey Mosher, and one son, Robert L. Mosher, Jr., of North Hollywood, Calif"
-  "Surviving are a son, Robert L. Mosher Jr. of Encina [sic], Calif..."
- "Joe Connelly, 85, a Creator of 'Leave It to Beaver' on Television". The New York Times. February 17, 2003. Retrieved November 3, 2015.
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