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Helen B. Moss

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Helen B. (Kellough) Moss

Helen B. (Kellough) Moss, 87, of Circleville, mother of six children, went to be with our Lord on July 9, 2015, surrounded by her family.

Helen was born on March 10, 1928, the daughter of Cade and Ida (Anderson Stevens) Kellough.

Helen was a devoted mother, grandmother and caregiver for all family members.

Helen was predeceased by her parents; husband, Kenneth E. Moss Sr.; sons, Kenneth E. Moss Jr. and Bryan Moss; sisters, Ruby McClelland, Mary Lawton, Ethel Wisehart, Margaret Cooper, Joanne Compher and Georgia O'Brien; brothers, Howard Stevens, Walter Stevens and Richard Kellough; and daughter-in-law, Susan (Warner) Moss.

Surviving are her children, Curtis Moss and wife, Christina, of Circleville, Brant Moss of Circleville, Diana (Moss) and husband, Eric Maxson, of Laurelville, and Doug Moss and wife, Lori, of Laurelville; brother, Carey "Sparky" Kellough and wife, Jessie. Grandchildren include Angela Schoonover and husband, Eric, Amy Hyme and husband, Tom, Rhonda and James Moss, Makiah Maxson-Siefert and husband, Mike, Erica Daubenmire and husband, Jim, Meghan, Lauren, Aaron, and Ryan Moss, Seth Yates and wife, Sam, and Jared and Hunter Yates. Great-grandchildren include Susan Stanley and Hannah Hyme, Jordan, Jesse, Mariah, Mikalah, and Katlynn Moss, William Reynolds, Makayla, James, and Darby Daubenmire, and Tinley Maxson and Rory Maxson-Siefert. Great-great-grandchildren include Marley and Airana Tokar and Ashlynn Brown; and several nieces and nephews. Also surviving are special nieces and caregivers through her journey through cancer, Beverly Newman and Denise Moss.

Memorial services will be held at 6 p.m. Sunday, July 12, 2015, at the Hill Funeral Home, Kingston. Calling hours will be held from 2 p.m. until the time of the service.

Memorial contributions can be made to FairHope Hospice, 282 Sells Rd., Lancaster, Ohio 43130.

Visit www.hillfhkingston.com.

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