Mary M. Moss, age 92, of Greenville, passed away Tuesday morning, August 14, 2018 in the Heritage at St. Paul's.
She was born in Youngstown, OH on June 15, 1926 to Louis and Mary Kitchton. Mary attended school in Sheakleyville and graduated from North High School in Columbus, OH. She attended Ohio State University for two years and later became a flight attendant for Capital Airlines.
On June 15, 1949 she married Norman N. Moss, he passed away June 25, 1985. Throughout the years, Mary and her late husband owned and operated many businesses such as The Villager Bar and Restaurant, N.N. Moss Furniture Co., and the Iron Kettle Restaurant and Tally Ho Lounge, all of Greenville, The Mark Twain Manor and the Willowood Bed and Breakfast, both in Jamestown, and the Colonel Drake Hotel in Titusville.
She was a member of St. Michael Roman Catholic Church, Greenville.
Mary is survived by her five sons, Norman N. Moss, Jr. and his wife Kathy of Endeavor, PA, Jeffrey E. Moss of Meadville, Richard P. Moss and his wife Cynthia of Neshannock Twp., PA, Michael R. Moss and his wife Cynde of Franklin and Paul R. Moss of Greenville; a sister, Evelyn Parent of Charleroi, PA; eighteen grandchildren and seventeen great-grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by her father, her mother Mary Koston and her husband Frank, a daughter, Laurie L. Moss, two sisters, Patricia Painter and Ann Yurchyk, and four brothers, Dr. John Kitchton, Frank Kitchton, George Kitchton and Charles Kitchton.
A private family funeral service will be held in the Chapel of St. Michael Cemetery, with Rev. V. David Foradori, Pastor of St. Michael Roman Catholic Church, officiating. There will be no calling hours. Burial will be in St. Michael Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to The Jones Serenity Circle at St. Paul's, 339 E. Jamestown Rd., Greenville, PA 16125.
Arrangements have been entrusted to Loutzenhiser-Jordan Funeral Home and Cremation Services, Inc., 366-368 S. Main St., Greenville.
Always enjoyed doing business with her and all of the Moss family over the years,our deepest condolences to the family,Dave and Cindy McClelland
Our thoughts and prayers are with the Moss family. Mary was an awesome lady. Mark and Linda Stewart
So. Sorry. For. Your. Loss. Mary. Was. Quite. A. Lady. And. Will. Be. Missed. In. The. Community…. my. Best. To. The. Moss. Family
So very sorry for your loss. You have our deepest sympathy and we are keeping your family in our thoughts and prayers.
Sorry for your loss. Our prayers and condolences to the Moss Family. Greg, & Mary Therese Hamilton and Family
So sorry for your loss. You have my deepest sympathy. I enjoyed talking with Mary over all these years. She was a great business women. Even though I haven’t had the opportunity to talk with her in awhile, I truly have great memories of her from years past. The Greenville community will miss her and so will I. Prayers to the Moss family.
Sympathies to Moss family! A cornerstone in community!!
Sympathies to the family on your loss. Wonderful knowing and serving Mary.
.Mary was a beautiful person both inside and out. After Norm passed she worked from early morning to late at night to keep both the Iron Kettle and N N Moss company running smoother. There was only one way to do things in Mary’s world the right way! I learned so much from her about business and life. I was truly blessed to call her my friend. I loved you Mary May and think of you often .Rest in peace my friend.
We were so sorry to of your loss of your mother. Moms stay in a very special part of our hearts even after they have passed. And Mary will always hold a special place in our hearts. The heart that your mother had for others was a rare gift to the many people who had to the privilege to know her. Our Deepest Sympathy.
So sorry to hear of Mary’s passing. You all have our deepest sympathy. Always enjoyed babysitting for Norm and Mary and working at the Tally Ho and shopping at the furniture store. Great memories of Mary and Norm as they were both friends of my parents, Wallis and Frances McCurdy.
Just heard of Mary’s passing and sending my sympathy to her family. I was one of Mary’s girls from the Iron Kettle, and she was a friend of my parents. My father designed her and Norman’s’ home on Evergreen. It was a pleasure to know her. She was a great lady and will be missed!