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     Lyle Rolland Moss, age 82, of Lamar, passed away Sunday, September 13, 2009 while fishing in western Barton County.

 

     Lyle was born November 27, 1926, at Ridgeway, Missouri, to Dorrel & Mabel (Morris) Moss.  He graduated from Raymore High School and entered the U.S. Army in 1945. Returning to the states after World War II, Lyle began his career as an interior design engineer with Boeing Aircraft in Seattle, Washington.  After 30 years of service, Lyle retired in 1982.  Following the death of his wife, Lilly, he moved to Lamar in 2004 to be near family.  He enjoyed the outdoors and was an avid fisherman.

 

     Survivors include his brother, Donald Moss a nephew, Darrell & wife Cheri Moss all of Lamar; three nieces and their husbands, Linda & Leon Bishop, Lamar, Earline & Vern Hart, Mulberry, Kansas, and Karen & Hank Gioia, Kansas City, Missouri.

 

     Funeral services will be held at 11:00 a.m. Wednesday at Daniel Funeral Home with Leon Bishop officiating.  Burial will be in Riverton Crest Cemetery in Seattle, Washington on Friday.

 

     Memorial contributions are suggested to the American Cancer Society in care of Daniel Funeral Home.

 

 

      

 

 

Comments  

#7 LamarKrystal E. 2009-10-09 12:32
I worked at Wilkinson's and Lyle made me smile every time he came in. He will be missed.
#6 Lamar, MoKrystal E 2009-10-09 12:27
I worked at Wilkinson's and he always made me smile every time he came in. He will be missed.
#5 Bethany, moLouise Bennett Preston 2009-09-22 11:32
Just learned about this and am very sorry to hear it. My Mother Helen was his Dad's sister. He is resting
#4 LamarJoe D. 2009-09-16 06:37
I didn't know you well Lyle but what I do know is the girls ADORED you and thought the world of you. You will be missed.
#3 Nevada, MOMegan Hollands 2009-09-15 08:22
Where do you begin with "Uncle Lyle". Uncle Lyle as our family knew him was a wonderful man. Even though he was not our family he was family with close friends of ours and was always around. Lyle loved being around people and loved to see our children play and would tease them whenever he could. When I explained to our daughter about the loss of Uncle Lyle, she stated with tears in her eyes, "well, he just had to go to Heaven to live with Jesus and be an angel" and she is right. We will miss Uncle Lyle so much and our prayers are with his family.
#2 Lamar, Mo.Chanstin Besendorfer 2009-09-14 11:10
Lyle will always be in my heart. He was the best guy i've ever known be so friendly, loving and caring towards girls and people he barely knew. He was always baking us cookies, bringing water popsicles, doughnuts, and the most great tasting cinamon rolls you could ever ask for. Lyle will never ever be forgotten. We love him and will miss him very much.

My thoughts and prayers are with the family.

Love, Chanstin Besendorfer
Varsity Softball Catcher
#1 Lamar Mo.Lamar Lady Tiger Softball Team 2009-09-14 10:59
Lyle was a wonderful guy and he was always keeping us stocked up with water and plenty of snacks. Only Lyle makes the best cookies :-) Lyle didnt have to do what he did for us but the fact that he did made us all look up to him. We were so excited to see Lyle back this year after telling us last year would be the last year he would be our water boy. Words cant explain how important Lyle was to our softball team. We will keep everyone in our prayers. We love you Lyle and we will nevr forget you.

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