Gerald Scott Moss  March 26 1962  March 29 2019

Gerald Scott Moss March 26 1962 March 29 2019

Gerald’s Obituary Mr. Gerald Scott Moss of Crittenden, KY. passed away Friday, March 29 at the St. Elizabeth Medical Center in Florence, KY. at the age of 57. Mr. Moss was born March 26, 1962 in Covington, KY. to the late Frederick G. Moss and Arlene Jones Moss. Mr. Moss worked for many years as a truck driver and he formerly worked for the Environmental Enterprises Co. In his free time Mr. Moss enjoyed any outdoor activity including fishing, boating and hunting but his true passion was riding motorcycles. He is fondly remembered by his family for his love and devotion to his 3 grandchildren. Mr. Moss is survived by his wife: Mary Harris Moss, 2 sons: Ronnie Stull of Crittenden, KY., Chad Combs of Verona, KY., 1 brother: Tom Moss of Cincinnati, OH., 1 sister: Kim Miles of Lexington, KY., 3 grandchildren: Makylie Stull, Abby Stull, Waylen Combs, 4 nephews: Rudy Carpenter, Aaron Moss, Nick Miles, Chris Miles, numerous other nieces, nephews, aunts and uncles. There will be no visitation and services will be private and at the convenience of the family. The Elliston-Stanley Funeral Home of Crittenden, KY. has been entrusted with the arrangements for Mr. Gerald Scott Moss. Read More

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Death notice for the town of: Verona, state: Kentucky

death notice Gerald Scott Moss March 26 1962 March 29 2019

obituary notice Gerald Scott Moss March 26 1962 March 29 2019

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