Miss Senetta Moll

September 17, 1921March 28, 2019

Miss Senetta Moll (97) of Willard went to be with the Lord on Thursday, March 28, 2019 at her home. Her comfort in life and death is that she belonged to his faithful Savior, Jesus Christ. Senetta was born September 17, 1921 in Celeryville to the late Nicholas and Jennie (Buurma) Moll. She cooked at the Mercy Hospital and Moll Store where she was known for her potato salad. She was a graduate of New Haven School, class of 1939 and attended Calvin College, Grand Rapids. Senetta was a life member of the Willard Christian Reformed Church where she taught Sunday school and enjoyed leading the Kings Daughter Bible Society. She enjoyed cooking, baking, sewing, knitting, quilting, crossword puzzles, reading and in her younger years was the caregiver for her brothers and sisters and cherished the time she spent with family. Miss Senetta is survived 4 brothers: Herman Moll of Denver CO, David (Janice) Moll of Willard, Lynn (Gloria) Moll of Willard, Keith (Linda) Moll of Willard, Brother in Law: Rev. Sidney Cooper and sister in Laws: Phyllis Moll, Joyce Moll and Arlene Moll along with several nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents, 4 brothers: Franklin, Kenneth, Donald and Roger Moll and sisters: Janice Cooper and Lois Moll. Funeral Services will be held at 4:00 PM Saturday, March 30, 2019 at the Willard Christian Reformed Church, 4180 St. Rt. 103 South, Willard with Pastor Nathan de Vries and Kelly Buist officiating. Family will receive friends Saturday from 3-4 PM at the Church. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Willard Christian Reformed Church through the Lindsey Kocher Funeral Service, 323 Myrtle Ave, Willard, 44890. Online condolences may be made at


  • Family and Friend Gathering Saturday, March 30, 2019
  • Funeral Service Saturday, March 30, 2019

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Lisa Van Zoest

March 28, 2019

I can only picture Aunt Senetta smiling. What I remember about being in her presence was that I could always count on her to say something positive and encouraging to me. She shared my daughter, Rebekah’s, birthday and I remember cards she sent to Rebekah - a special connection they had. Aunt Senetta is someone who embraced moments with the people she was with. It was clear that her faith in God empowered her and grounded her. I am thankful for the moments we spent together.