Linda Elaine Mossor

January 4, 1961 - April 20, 2021
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Linda Elaine Mossor, 60, of Midvale, died unexpectedly on Tuesday, April 20, 2021 at her home.

A daughter of the late Herman and Jean (Monigold) Mossor, Linda was born January 4, 1961 at Dennison, Ohio

Linda was a talented seamstress and an avid crafter who enjoyed attending craft shows. She will also be remembe…

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Linda Elaine Mossor, 60, of Midvale, died unexpectedly on Tuesday, April 20, 2021 at her home.

A daughter of the late Herman and Jean (Monigold) Mossor, Linda was born January 4, 1961 at Dennison, Ohio

Linda was a talented seamstress and an avid crafter who enjoyed attending craft shows. She will also be remembered for her baking skills.

She dearly loved her family which includes her sister, Penny (Bradley) Ross of Midvale; her niece, Christa (Jason) Hershberger of Canton; two nephews, Michael (Tammy) Wardell of Midvale and Frank (Tricia) Hershberger of Uhrichsville; her great nieces and great nephews, Elizabeth and Daniel Hershberger and Caiden and Adrianna Miller and her aunts and uncles, Nancy Vittic, Tom (Sandy) Monigold, Don Monigold, Cathy Monigold and Joann Monigold all of Steubenville.

In keeping with Linda’s wishes, there will be no calling hours or services and cremation will take place through the care of the Linn-Hert-Geib Funeral Home & Crematory at New Philadelphia.

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Born: January 4, 1961
Died: April 20, 2021

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Geib Funeral Home & Crematory

On behalf of the Geib Family and Staff, we offer our most sincere sympathy for your loss. We are honored to have been called upon to serve your family.

 

ruthann scott posted on 4/26/21

Franklin and family. I was in shock today reading of Linda's death. I know how she struggled. Linda was very kind and helpful to me during our stay at the miners festival. Know that I cared about her a lot. I know how much she loved you. please accept my condolences

 

Nancy Vittek posted on 4/23/21

My sweet Linda, You were more like a sister to me than a Niece. My tears are flowing and my heart is breaking. My only consolation is you are with Jesus and Uncle John, and because Jesus is also my Savior, I will see you again. You were an amazing person. You were kind hearted. Always taking care of everybody whether family, friends or strangers. I'll always cherish that beautiful quilt you and Penny made for me and Uncle John. So many wonderful memories dancing across my mind. Thanks for loving me and for all you did for me. I love you and miss you beyond words. Love, Aunt Nancy

 

Tricia Hershberger posted on 4/21/21

Being around Linda and her craft shows she started getting me interested in crafting again. We always looked forward to Atwood Fall Festival. She referred to my daughter as her Butterball Turkey when she was a baby!!

 

Candace Bradshaw posted on 4/21/21

Our deepest sympathies.

 

Dianna McKinney posted on 4/21/21

I will miss you my friend with all my heart ! I will have all the memories to look back on , I will laugh ! and I will cry ! God bless you my crafting buddy , love you. Prayers for your family

 

Gretchen Reding posted on 4/21/21

RIP my friend. You will be missed. My love and prayers to the family.

 

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