Lindbergh R. Moss

December 5, 1932November 19, 2021

Lindbergh R. Moss, age 88, of Henrico, Virginia entered the other side with God on Friday, November 19, 2021.

He was the son of the late Robert and Laura Moss. After graduation from Buckingham High School, he enlisted into the United States Navy and served in the Korean War on the USS Yorktown. Lindbergh retired from the Virginia A.B.C. Board after 32 years of service. He was a member of the Northside Masonic Lodge #271 (raised 1958), Varina Masonic Lodge #292, V.F.W., and was an avid golfer.

Lindbergh was preceded in death by his first wife, Lisa Lee Moss; brothers, Thomas T. Moss, John R. Moss, Bill Lewis Moss; and sisters, Bessie Faith Llewellyn, Mildred M. Moss, Nellie M. O’Bryant.

Left to cherish his memory are his devoted wife, Linda S. Moss, and siblings, William Irvin Moss, Bot Moss, Annie Belle McDevitt, Margie Lee Brickley, June M. Woodcock, Diane M. Flippen.

A funeral service will be held at 2 p.m. on Monday, November 29, 2021 at Nelsen Funeral Home, 4650 S. Laburnum Ave., Richmond, Va. 23231. Interment will follow in Washington Memorial Park.

In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to the American Cancer Society or to the charity of your choice.


  • Funeral Service

    Monday, November 29, 2021

  • Interment with Military Honors

    Monday, November 29, 2021


Lindbergh R. Moss

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November 28, 2021

Linda, So sorry for your loss. I know how much you love him and I know your heart is broken. Please, take care. Remember the good times!!
You are in my prayers.


Joyce Loan

November 21, 2021

So sorry. Prayers and love to all the family.

Vincent Dors

November 21, 2021


For the short time knowing Moss, he was very pleasant and talkative while I was in his and your home. May fond memories comfort you at this moment of your life. God speed

Our deepest sympathy,

Kathi and Vincent.

Angela Owen

November 20, 2021

I have lots of memories of Moss, you see he was my neighbor for 10+ years. We got to know each other pretty well. I knew it was 8am when I heard that leaf blower fire up. You could set a watch to it, he was always working in the yard. Had one the nicest well kept lawns around. It was hard to keep up with him. Mind you I'm in my 30's and this man in his 60s could out work anyone I know.

Moss was an upstanding, do anything for you, great sense of humor kinda guy. I had just gotten a motorcycle and well it fell over in the driveway. I was going to be in big trouble if I couldn't get it back up. I went and got Moss not sure if he could help or not. Sure enough he was able to set it back up. Which kept me from getting into trouble with Mike (husband) lol who would not of been amused to see the motorcycle laying over.

If I ever needed a favor, or my grass cut (lol) or someone to look in on my dogs because we were away Moss was the guy. He would of done it even if I didn't ask he and Linda truly looked out for their neighbors.

Moss will be greatly missed here on earth but heaven just received a good one!