In Memory

Frederick Lee Moss, Jr. - Class Of 1965

Frederick Lee Moss, Jr.

Frederick L. Moss, Jr.Norfolk - Fred L. Moss, Jr. passed away on April 27, 2017. Left to cherish him memory are his life partner Carolyn Sands, daughter Constance Gassaway, son Gregory Moss, grandchildren Samantha Moss, Ethan Moss and Alexander Gassaway, mother Margaret Moss and brother Christopher Moss.A funeral mass will be held on Friday, May 5, 2017, at 11:30am at St. Pius X Catholic Church located 7800 Halprin Dr. Norfolk, VA 23518.In lieu of flowers, a memorial donation may be made to the friends of Norfolk Animal Care Center 5585 Sabre Road, Norfolk, VA 23502 or http://www.friendsofnacc.com/

 

 

 

 



 
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05/06/17 08:17 AM #1    

James Warwick Jones (1965)

Dear Carolyn and family,

So very sorry to learn of Freddie's passing. My sincere sympathy to you and the rest of your family.

 


05/07/17 04:09 PM #2    

Robert (Bobby) Floyd Julian (1966)

I remember Freddie from the track team.  He always had a smile on his face and was a lot of fun to be around. My sincere sympathy to his family.  


05/08/17 03:58 PM #3    

Wayne Wade (1965)

I remember Freddie’s infectious smile, from the first moment I laid eyes on him in the 6th grade at Jane Bryan Elementary School in Phoebus. We instantly became friends and went on to battle the bullies at Buckroe Junior High School, together, the only way we could, by out running them. They couldn’t catch us because he and I were the fastest 2 kids in the school and also among the smallest. After graduating Kecoughtan High School in the first graduating class 1965, he went his way and I went mine for many years. Recently though, we reconnected, thanks to some wonderful class mates who put together this high school class web site for us. After connecting, Fred and I stayed in touch on Facebook. He always had some positive encouraging and funny comments for all his Facebook friends. I soon felt as though we had never lost touch and his posts soon became a bright spot in my day just as his smile was years ago. I am looking forward to seeing that smile again someday and I believe that I will.   


05/18/17 12:25 PM #4    

James Wayne Sprinkle (1965)

To the family of Frederick Lee Moss, Jr.:

As with many other persons, I was saddened to learn of Freddie's passing. He was a dear friend of my mother and me.

I still remember his kindness and consideration of others.

While, to me, he was a man of few words, his gentle conduct spoke volumes!

With kind regards,

Wayne Sprinkle.


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