OBITUARY

Lauren Page Moss

October 20, 1982September 10, 2021

Born in Zurich, Switzerland (and forever annoyed that this didn’t automatically confer Swiss citizenship) on October 20, 1982, to Isabelle and Sam Moss, Lauren died peacefully at home on September 10th , 2021. She grew up in Winston-Salem, North Carolina and Atlanta, Georgia. She attended Summit School, Galloway School, Blair Academy and Pace Academy before graduating from Agnes Scott College. Fiercely and vocally committed to human and civil rights, Lauren could uncomfortably expose bias in individuals through simple and persistent questions. Assuming another’s problems as her own made Lauren a dedicated and lifelong friend. Her mischievous sense of humor parried one of her father’s friend’s claim to be a “long lost uncle” with “not long lost enough”. Lauren eventually damaged most of the family cars and was incapable of getting away with even the slightest misstep, which didn’t appear to inhibit her further attempts to find and cross the lines as she grew up. We all learned what a perfect voice she had for radio, and perhaps missed a calling, when she recorded a public service announcement for the local NPR affiliate after mentioning her enthusiasm for WABE to the station president.

Lauren enjoyed leading part of a team as a senior accountant at Paradies Lagardere in Atlanta.

Lauren adored being Aunt to Parker and James Moss. She is also survived by her parents; brother and sister-in-law, Bo and Allison Moss of Charlotte, NC; Uncle and Aunt, Ed Moss and Marnie Bodek of Los Angeles, CA and their sons, Mason, Kamber and Will; Uncle and Aunt Buckley and Pat Crabb of Titusville, PA; Aunt Shirley McGarry of Mentor, OH; and Uncle and Aunt Mark and Valerie Crabb of Guys Mills, PA.

A Celebration of Life will be held at 11:00 AM on October 11, 2021, at St. Luke’s Episcopal Church, 435 Peachtree St. NE, Atlanta, GA 30308. In lieu of flowers, gifts may be made to New American Pathways (newamericanpathways.org) or any organization of your choice.

Services

  • A Celebration of Life

    Monday, October 11, 2021

Memories

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Sheldon D Webster

October 11, 2021

Forever staying true to Atlanta, she loved artists from the city. That was our common bond, music. She could easily quote lines from her favorite Outkast or T.I. song. She was a huge fan of Young Dro. I would get her hip to my musical icons from the East Coast, and she would do the same for the South. I told her I copped the new Nas release at the time, she said she'll check it out. Later, she called me and said "you gotta hear 'Spicy'". I listened to it and put it on repeat. She was so right, the song was hot! Thank you Lauren.

Scott Schwartz

October 8, 2021

I had the honor and pleasure of getting to know Lauren at the Buckhead Club. She was an absolute pleasure to work with and had an infectious smile that no one could forget. Even on my grumpiest of days I would see her with that sweet smile and her typical “Hi Chef” and I couldn’t help but snap out of it and grin.
Her memory will always be a blessing.

Richard Kenney

September 17, 2021

Barbara and I are most saddened to learn of Lauren's death. We offer our sincere condolences to her dear family- Isabelle, Sam and Bo. We know they will miss her plucky spirit and challenging view on Life. She was one of those rare individuals who pushed us all to view Life more expansively. We were fortunate to have crossed paths with she and her family in our time in Atlanta.
Blessings on you all.
She and her family will be in our prayers and happy thoughts.
The Kenneys

Gail Kurlansky

September 17, 2021

Her smile!! What a beautiful smile! That is what will make me happy whenever I think of your precious Lauren. No daughter was loved more by her family than Lauren. She was a lucky lovely person and Isabelle and Sam were lucky to have one perfect daughter! I look forward to the day that the pain of loss will be displaced by the joy of memories for her entire family.
Lots of Love,
Gail

LINDA AND LARRY PETERSON

September 17, 2021

IT IS SO HARD TO ACCEPT A LOSS LIKE THIS. LAUREN LIT UP ANY ROOM SHE ENTERED AND ENTERTAINED WHILE SHE WAS THERE! HER HEART WAS SO KIND AND GENEROUS, A REAL TRIBUTE TO HER PARENTS. WE WISH YOU PEACE AND COMFORT AS YOU MANEUVER THROUGH THIS UNSPEAKABLY DIFFICULT TIME.

Carolyn Conforti-Browse

September 17, 2021

I am so sorry. I vividly recall her wit and compassion for others, especially those who needed a champion. We had many conversations over tea, when she was at Blair, and many laughs and tears. I heard from her occasionally in the ensuing years; I am so sorry for your loss.
Carolyn Conforti-Browse (faculty advisor at Blair)

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY