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Virginia R. Moss
16 mars 1931 – 12 septembre 2021
Virginia Randolph Moss, beloved wife and mother, passed away on September 12th, 2021. She is survived by husband Sedgwick L Moss, sister Jean Harrington, daughters Sally and Ginger Moss, son-in-law Jamie Crausman, and grandchildren Adam and Jay Crausman.
Virginia was born on March 16, 1931 in Charlotte NC and raised in Raleigh by her parents Charles and Virginia Gilliam. She attended St Mary’s Junior College in Raleigh, graduating in 1951, and then graduated from the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill in 1953.
She was an English teacher, Substitute Teacher and Library Assistant with Arlington County Schools.
She was an active member of Trinity Episcopal Church in Arlington for over 50 years, and enjoyed traveling with family both nationally and internationally.
Virginia had a beautiful smile and a great sense of humor.
A graveside funeral will be held at Columbia Gardens Cemetery in Arlington.
In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made to Wakefield High School Education Foundation, PO Box 41675, Arlington, VA 22204.
Wakefield High School Education Foundation
PO Box 41675, Arlington, VA 22204
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Virginia R. Moss
lynne (haas) gomez
22 septembre , 2021
sedge----i am so sorry for your family's loss. (my mom was anne haas---a member of the MWOTRC for a number of years. i joined for a brief time after she had passed away.) you always had a wonderful smile and was friendly to a stranger at the meetings. my condolences to your family. lynne (haas) gomez
Rev Kim Coleman
21 septembre , 2021
Virginia was a special joy and delight to me and the Trinity community. I recall how committed she was to Altar Guild service as well as to providing support for our preschool. When the Director needed checks signed, even as getting around became more challenging for Virginia, she simply had the director come to her home and together they took care of the business that needed to be completed. I especially enjoyed my visits with Virginia and Sedge. They welcomed me with grace, a warm smile, and eagerness to hear about Trinity and to receive Holy Communion. Virginia was an angel to many and a faithful, loving servant of God.
20 septembre , 2021
To the family of Virginia Moss,
I am remembering working together at Randolph School, where I was principal. Kindness and humor, as well as willingness to go the extra mile, was her gift to so many children. Their time in the library was treasured. I also remember your Mom as we celebrated students on the honor roll, and parents came. So many people who never see this obituary are grateful for her gifts.