Kaye Moss

Kaye Moss


Moss, KayeKaye was born in Wynnewood, Ok and spent her childhood in the area.  She moved with her family to Edmond in 1964  and worked as a waitress at the Corner Restaurant where she later met Jim.  She was an ambitious small town girl who never met a stranger.  Kaye began a career as a secretary for Urban Renewal.  This led to a position for the City of Edmond where she worked in the Police Department and eventually became the Assistant City Treasurer for the City of Edmond where she spread joy until she retired in 2006.  Many years ago, she and Jim were members of the Edmond Jaycees, a leadership organization that guided members to community service.

She dedicated herself to providing her family with not only the material things they needed, but more important, a character and moral foundation that she believed would carry them through life no matter the path they chose.  She enjoyed family vacations, watching her  children and grandchildren’s numerous sporting events and activities, as well as spending weekends dining and dancing with friends.  But she loved being in her home more than anything.  Kaye leaves behind many family and friends and a legacy of love and devotion to each and every one of them that will live on in their memories of her.

Kaye’s adoring family include:

Loving husband – Jim

Daughter- LaVonda and husband Ronnie

Son – Tony

Daughter – Staci and husband Todd

Daughter, Stephanie and husband Todd

Sister – Linda,

Brother in law – Jim and Nephew – Brad

Grandchildren – Stephen and wife Karey, Brooke and husband Jake, Jeff, Allison, Paige, Jace, Natalie and Tyler

Great Grandchildren – Rylan, Jaxon and Layla

Nephew, Jeremy and wife Kim, Children, Eli and Jake

Niece – Gillian and husband Mark, children Potter and Harley

We are forever grateful that you wrapped your arms around us and guided us through life.  This world was a better place having you in it.  Your smile and optimism were contagious.  We love you and will miss you but we know it’s time for you to be forever in His arms in Heaven.

We love you Mama Kay!

Services will be held at 1:00 p.m. on  Saturday, November 30, 2013 at The First Church of the Nazarene.

10 thoughts on “Kaye Moss”

  1. We feel we have lost a wonderful friend and classmate. Our friendship began with Kay many years ago when we all started to high school in Elmore City. We are so sorry for your loss of a precious wife, mother, grandmother and great-grandmother. Bill & Glenda

  2. Jerry Williams

    I will miss kaye she was a good friend from my younger years, we were e-mail buddies for several years. I will always remember her friendly smile and great personilaty

  3. James Webster

    Back in the 1956 i came to know Kaye when i dated her sister Nancy . Kaye was a joy to know and be around I always thought a lot of Kaye . I am so sorry at the loss of Kaye your loved one , praying for the family ,
    James Webster

  4. Helene Shytle

    Kaye has always been a beautiful person inside and out. Her humorous personality would keep us laughing all the time and she had a way about her that always made you smile. She always saw the good in everyone and for that we will miss her. Thank you Kaye for being such a great friend .

  5. Brian and Ramona Dumler

    The Moss family
    Lavonda, Tiny , Stacy , Stephane and Jim

    I am so sorry for your loss, Kaye will be missed greatly. My heart goes out to you all, you are in my prayers and Big Hugs!

    Love Brian and Ramona Dumler

  6. Jim and family,
    I am so sorry for your loss. Kay has been a special friend since high school, and I will miss her very much. I so hope you are comforted in knowing that so many of us loved, respected and enjoyed spending time with this wonderful woman. May she rest with her Lord, and may you find peace knowing that she does.
    Linda Howard

  7. Jerry & Di Ann Alford

    Jim & Family;

    We are so sorry for your loss. Kaye will be missed by her family. Her sister was like a sister to me so I always felt Linda’s family (Kaye, Minnie, etc.) were my extended family. She was a peacemaker and will be greatly missed. We loved her.


  8. Betty Brinkman

    Jim & Family,

    Kaye was a wonderful friend and we had many fun times together. We had many laughs when I was teaching Kaye how to line dance in her office on our breaks and then going to the dance clubs to see if she still remembered the dances. She loved her family more than anything in the world and enjoyed all the fun vacations to Fin & Feather. She loved being “Momma Kaye”. Kaye was such a fun and wonderful person and I will miss her greatly!

  9. Larry and Yvonne Musslewhite

    Jim and Family: We were so sorry to learn of Kaye’s passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and all of your family.

  10. Carlene (Kittrell) McCaskill

    Jim & Family,
    Kaye & I were classmates @ Elmore City many years ago. To know her was to love her. She’s in a better place now, but it leaves us with heavy hearts. The memories of our teenage antics will continue to bring a chuckle. May God comfort each of you until you are reunited with your loved one.

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