Helen Jananna Moss ©Tahlequah Daily Press
March 6, 2012
Submitted by: Jo Aguirre
TAHLEQUAH — Services for Helen Jananna Moss, 89, are Wednesday, March 7, at 2 p.m., in the Green Country Funeral Home Chapel. Officiating will be Rev. Carla Robison and Rev. Charles Thomas.
Pallbearers will be: Steven Moss, Marshall Moss, Brent Hoffman, Justin Smith, Jeff Strayer and Paul Sparks. Honorary pallbearers are: Horace Lindley, Skeet Sammons, Jimmy McDonald, Calvin Taylor, Bob Teague, Paul Roach, Dean Harris and Dave Nowicki. Interment will follow in the Holland Cemetery under the care of Green Country Funeral Home. Online condolences may be made at tahlequahfuneral.com
Helen was born April 4, 1922, at Ryder Mountain, in Cherokee County to Eva Mae (Weatherford) and Edgar Martin. She was called home on March 4, 2012, from her residence.
On May 7, 1944, she married Willard C. Moss Jr., and from this union came two sons. Helen was a people person; the bigger the crowd, the better. She loved to travel, and was always set and ready to go. Helen belonged to a quilting club and loved to do ceramics, for which she won many ribbons. Helen loved her family and friends and each knew how special they were to her.
She has been preceded in death by her parents; parents-in-law, Willard Sr. and Jewel Moss; sister, Earlene Randolph; and brothers, Carl Martin and Thomas Hendricks.
Helen is survived by her husband of 67 years, Willard of the home; sons, Ricky and wife Wanda Moss, and Marty and wife Joyce Moss, all of Tahlequah; grandchildren, Steven and wife Crystal Moss of Tahlequah, Marshall and wife Sara Moss of Tulsa, Michelle Moss of Tahlequah, Christy and husband Jeff Strayer of Cookson, Brent and wife Megean Hoffman of Muskogee, and Justin and wife Ramie Smith of Tahlequah; great-grandchildren, Xander, Jessie and Eric Moss of Tahlequah, Maiya and Kilie Moss of Tulsa, Kindall and Kandace Haulmark of Cookson; sister Dee and husband Roy Harris of Tahlequah; sisters-in-law, Melba and husband Mac McDaniel, of Fort Gibson, and Wanda Hendricks of Broken Arrow; and a host of other relatives, friends, and loved ones.
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