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DEATH: IONE N. MOSS

Ione Naegle Moss, 87, died August 14, 1995 in Salt Lake City, Utah.

Born August 29, 1907, in the Mormon Colonies at Colonia Dublan, Chihuahua, Mexico, she grew up in Utah where she lived all her life from early childhood. After schooling at the University of Utah and Brigham Young University, she taught in the Salt Lake public schools, also serving on state education committees. She married Rex F. Moss,June 27, 1938. She was always active in civic and church life, working with the League of Women Voters, PTAs, Rotary auxiliary, parents clubs and the Daughters of Utah Pioneers. She taught for long periods in the Relief Society, Sunday School and the Primary of the LDS Church, worked on church curriculum, and was a temple worker for many years. During her last years she devoted much energy to genealogy and family history.

After her family, her food and flower gardens were her special joy. Through them, she brought pleasure to many people.

Her husband and a son, James R. Moss, preceded her in death. She is survived by her daughter, Judith Moss, of Palo Alto, California; son, Stephen R. Moss, of Salt Lake City, Utah; daughters-in-law, LaVelle R. Moss and Mary H. Moss; and ten grandchildren, in whom she took special delight. Also surviving are a brother, Anthony W. Naegle, of Borrego Springs, California, (wife Jeanette); and sisters, Sabra Foremaster, of St. George, Utah; Rosalie Taylor, of Pocatello, Idaho; and Helen Hansen, of Idaho Falls, Idaho, (husband Virgil). A sister, Margaret Badger, and brothers, Owen Naegle and George Naegle, preceded her in death.

Funeral services will be held Monday, August 21, 1995, at the Larkin Mortuary, 260 East South Temple in Salt Lake City, at 2 p.m. where friends may call one hour before. Burial to follow at the Larkin Sunset Gardens in Sandy, Utah.

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