Jean Isobel Moss

July 2, 1921 - December 23, 2018

Funeral Details: Private memorial service to take place Park Lawn Cemetery

Jean Isobel Moss, 97, passed away peacefully at Victoria Village (Barrie) on December 23rd, 2018, with family by her side.  Beloved wife of the late James Bertram Moss.

Jean will be especially remembered by her children, John Moss (Joan), Bruce Moss, pre-deceased Jane Cowden (Keith) and Tom Moss (Patti).  Proud Gramma of Andrew Moss (Suzanne), Kevin Moss (Vanessa), Erin Page (John), Jennifer Applegate (Drew), Jeff Moss, Keri Cowden, Mike Cowden (Ashlea) Connor Moss and Lauren Moss. Great-Grandchildren Abigail, Zachery, Brayden, Parker, Colin, Ryan, Maddie, Benjamin, Conner, Hunter, Kamryn, Hudson, Soliel, and Carter.

A private family burial service will be held at Park Lawn Cemetery (Etobicoke) early May.

The family would like to take this opportunity to extend their heartfelt gratitude to the 3rd floor staff of Victoria Village your love, care and support over the years brought comfort knowing Jean was well taken care of. Thank you to Peaceful Transition for your expertise, kindness and compassion.


3 Condolences
  • Kristy Tanguay
    Posted on: Monday, January 28, 2019 Reply

    Our deepest condolences to Jen, Kerri, Mike and family. You are in our thoughts.

  • Alan C. Armstrong
    Posted on: Saturday, February 2, 2019 Reply

    Saddened today to learn that Jean Moss has passed away. When I was a teenager growing up in Midland Mrs. Moss was kind enough to tolerate quite a few of Bruce’s friends in her home. Always kind to us, many of us looked upon the Moss house as a second home. One of her favourite rooms was her “Sun” room where she spent a lot of time enjoying the sunshine in peace and tranquility. When visiting the Moss Family cottage on Lake Muskoka in the summer months she would put us to work staining the dock with Solignum. Inevitably the staining crew ended up with the stain on their skin but Mrs. Moss never scolded us …. simply provided some medication to ease the pain. A very warm and thoughtful person who will be remembered always.

    Alan Armstrong

  • Lynda Howard
    Posted on: Thursday, February 7, 2019 Reply

    She was my Aunty Jean, not my real Aunt, but she was a huge part of my life growing up. She was so fun and interesting, classy, good cook, great conversationalist, a loving and caring mother, grandmother, friend.
    My husband, Garland, and I send our deepest condolences to the family.
    Love her forever.
    RIP Aunty Jean.

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