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Marlene Moss

Marlene Lorraine Moss (Holstein)

September 24, 1930 - January 9, 2021
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    Tuesday, January 12th, 2021 | 2:30pm
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    Tuesday, January 12th, 2021 2:30pm
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Obituary

Marlene Moss, of Baltimore, MD, passed away on Saturday, January 9, 2021 at the age of 90. She is survived by her loving children, Randy (Michelle) Moss and Ellen Moss (Todd Titus); grandchildren, Melissa (Brad) Hecht, Joshua Moss and Emily (David) Engelman; great grandchildren, Gabriel and Chandler Hecht, Makayla, Alexis and Preston Engelman; and many loving nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her devoted husband, Teddy Moss; sisters, Roslyn Levinson and Carolyn Franklin and parents, Albert and Sylvia Holstein.

A Virtual Funeral will be held on Tuesday, January 12, 2021 at 2:30 pm. Interment Beth El Memorial Park. Please omit flowers. Contributions in her memory may be sent to the charity of your choice.
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Steven Sharon

Posted at 05:32am
My deepest sympathies to an old friend, Randy and your entire family.
Baruch Dayan Emet.
RB

Rhoda Blackwood

Posted at 12:03pm
Ellen and Randy, please know that you are in my prayers, laying to rest our loved ones is never something we want to do and there is nothing easy about it at all. Ms Marlene has touch me in so many ways over the almost 9 years I was bless to be with the family as a Caregiver to both Mr. Teddy and Marlene. We have a bond and a friendship that I will cherish for the rest of my life.
A life well lived is a precious gift, one of hope, strength and grace from someone who has made our lives a brighter, happier and more rewarding one. Ms Marlene lived a full and happy life filled with nothing but joy, pride, a loving and lasting memory of those great family treasures(you the family) her treasure who is now left behind. Hold tight to your memories and let those guide and strengthen you in the coming days and years.
SG

Sheri Goldscher

Posted at 06:19pm
Randy, Shelly, Ellen, and Todd,

We were so very sorry to hear about your mom’s passing. We have always loved Marlene and have such fond memories. We know she’s with your dad but like to picture hers playing maj jong with Rozzie, Carolyn, and your Aunt Helen (Gran). Love and hugs to all...

Sheri and Ken Goldscher
Frona Pazornik
David Pazornik
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Carletta

Posted at 04:19pm
To the Moss Family,
I will never forget my last moment with Marlene. It was January 1st we both made a toast to: Peace, Prosperity, Health and Wealth. We were both very excited to try the non acholic Rose' wine that I got for us at the fresh market. I still remember waving goodbye to her that night and she blew me a kiss. I never imagined that would be my last visit. I was there to help her but she truly helped me value the importance of family and friendship. I will always hold sweet memories in my heart for Ms. Marlene. May she rest in peace with her dear husband Ted. Thank you family for blessing me with the opportunity to get to know you all. I pray for your comfort during this loss. 🙏❤
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Benjie

Posted at 03:15pm
Ellen and Randy we were all in the stroller together. Our mothers grew to be very close friend/sisters. Marlen was special to my family and always first on the list for a special occasion. She will be remembered and talked about amongust our family. Your mom's name name will always be there and remember the great times Elaine ( our mother ) enjoyed with your mom. Soon our mothers will meet again at the Maj Jong Table. Her memories will always be with you
JY

Jennifer Yateman

Posted at 02:38pm
Sending so much love to the Moss Family and to all those whom were blessed to know Gram. She and Teddy are a beautiful smiling memory in my childhood and always held a dear place in my heart and will always continue to do so. Her memory will always be a blessing. With deepest of sympathy, Jennifer, Sharon and Lance Yateman
BW

Bryan Weber

Posted at 01:47pm
Dearest Family,
Donna, Brooke, and I are saddened by the passing of Aunt Marlene. Uncle Teddy, Aunt Marlene, and the entire family always made us feel welcome in their homes, treating us as one of the crew. The atmosphere was always happy, warm, and relaxed, and included amazing food. We so looked forward to celebrating the Jewish holidays and other events together, whether at their apartment, Ellen's house, Karen and Joel's place, and even in Boca at my Mom's townhouse. Such wonderful memories... We are blessed to have known and loved Aunt Marlene and Uncle Teddy. We pray for your peace of body, mind, and spirit, and continued health during this difficult time and always.
Love, Donna, Brooke, and Bryan Weber
RM

Rick & Pam Morris

Posted at 10:38am
Ellen, Randy, Joshua, Emily, Makayla, Alexis and Preston,
Pam & I send our hearts, love and prayers out to your entire family. Even though your mother had a long life, which we all hope for, I understand it is still a very difficult time for the loved ones she leaves behind. Don’t be afraid for her, as I believe she has reunited with your father and others that left before her. Be joyful of her life and hold memories of your mother, grandmother or great grandmother close to your hearts, as that is what she would want. Thinking of you and always here for you.
Love Pam & Rick
C

Carol Engelman

Posted at 10:24am
Dear All,
From the moment we met and became family, Marlene and I ‘clicked’! We enjoyed each other's company during all of the holidays, birthdays, family gatherings, and phone conversations. Marlene was a very special lady...always beautiful and elegant, warm and kind, and very loving. I will truly miss her!
Her loss will be profound, but may the beautiful memories of her be in our hearts forever.
MG

Michael Gershen

Posted at 10:02am
Randy & family,
We are so sorry to hear about your mother and grandmother.
Michael & Myra Gershen
RL

Robyn (Fepelstein) & Steve Lustig

Posted at 09:12am
Ellen & Randy,
So sorry for your loss. I knew your mom my entire life and always looked forward to seeing her when my mom came to town. My thoughts and prayers are with you at this time.
AF

Allan and Ellen Franklin

Posted at 08:31am
Allan snd I are so sorry for your loss. Marlene was the kindest sweetest most beautiful person who defined me she. Our love and sympathy to the entire family. She will be missed
CF

Carl Feldman

Posted at 08:40pm
Randy - so sorry to hear about your mom’s passing . We are all thinking about you and your family during this terrible time.
CH

Cindy and Richard Hecht

Posted at 05:20pm
What a beautiful person! We always enjoyed spending time with her. We will definitely miss being together at family functions. She always had a smile on her face. Our grandsons were very fortunate to have such a loving, wonderful great-grandmother. We are so sorry for your loss.
MB

Mona and Bruce Barr

Posted at 05:17pm
So sorry to hear of your loss. In time your sadness will be replaced with wonderful memories! Condolences to all.
BS

Barbara and Arnold Sindler

Posted at 03:09pm
I am so sorry for your loss. Marlene was a beautiful, kind lady and a wonderful friend to my parents (Olga and Buddy Foreman). Marlene and my Mom played Mah Jongg together until 2 weeks before my mother passed away. Marlene and Ted, and then Marlene alone had dinner with my parents every Wed. night. They kept each other involved socially and looked out for each other.These are wonderful memories for me. I hope you will hold on to your special memories too.
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Leslie Papel

Posted at 02:00pm
May your memories bring you comfort at this sad time. I loved working with your Mom. She will be missed by me and my staff.
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Mike and Patty Blivess

Posted at 01:20pm
Randy and family, Mike and I were so saddened to hear of Marlene’s passing. We know your wonderful memories of her will help you through this trying time. Our sincere condolences!
AK

Anita Adler Moss King

Posted at 12:55pm
Dear Moss and Holstein Families! So sorry to hear of Marlene's passing. I am a second cousin of Marlene's, but we never had contact with each other. Her Grandmother was my Father's (Edward Adler







Dear Moss and Holstein Families! So sorry to hear of Marlene's passing. Eventhough we never had contact, she is my second cousin. Her Grandmother was my Father's (Edward Adler) sister. My marriage name was Moss, so many thought I was related to Teddy, but it was Marlene. RIP

AF

Alan Foreman

Posted at 12:32pm
Please accept my condolences on your loss of Marlene. Teddy and Marlene were devoted friends of my parents. I enjoyed my dinners with my father, Marlene and the ladies in their final years.
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Mandi and Jared

Posted at 12:30pm
We are so saddened to hear about your loss. Sending lots of love to you all.
Love,
Mandi and Jared Franklin
M

Marcia and Jack Greenberg

Posted at 12:24pm
Dear Randy, Shelly and Family,
I met your mom at Suburban Club and found her so sweet and lovely to talk to. May all your memories be a source of comfort.
BL

Barbara Lichtenberg

Posted at 11:49am
Randy & Ellen:
Your mom & I met 11 years ago when I moved into 7 Slade. We shared canasta games and fun times. Marlene had a warmth and caring personality to me and everyone she met. Your mother will be missed by so many.
MB

Mark and Wendy Berman

Posted at 11:44am
Ellen, Randy and Family,
We are so sorry to hear of the loss of your mom. We are thinking of you at this sad time.
TM

Toby Mower

Posted at 11:23am
Our very deepest sympathy to the entire family. We will never forget how she and Ellen cane to our house to babysit Robin because I suddenly went into labor with Mark. We now live in Denver Colorado, and our hearts are with all of you.
Toby & Mort Mower
TM

Toby Mower

Posted at 11:18am
Out
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Nancy Surosky

Posted at 10:58am
Randy, Ellen, and Moss Family. I am so sorry to hear of the loss of your sweet mom. A special friend and neighbor in Balt and Florida to our family for so many years. Thinking of all of you at this sad and difficult time. Hugs and Prayers. Nancy (Alma's)
AK

Alan Kanter

Posted at 10:41am
Randy and Family,
I am so sorry for your loss.
ST

Saundra Trionfo

Posted at 10:23am
Randy, Ellen and family,
Irv and I were saddened to hear of your mother's passing. We have many great memories of her and hope her bright and cherry personality will help you through this hard time.
SR

Stan Rosenstein

Posted at 10:07am
So sorry to hear the news of Marlene passing. Have known the Moss family for many years, and send condolence to Randy & Ellen & family.
JT

Jo-Anne Tucker-Zemlak

Posted at 09:30am
Randy, Shelly and Ellen,

Your mom smiles alway lit up the room. How wonderful she saw so many generations in her family. My deepest sympathy on her loss.
JZ

Jeff & Suzanne Zukerberg

Posted at 09:15am
Randy, we were so sorry to hear about your mom's passing. Our sincere condolences for your loss.
MD

Marc Diamand

Posted at 08:52am
Randy,
Our sincere condolences on the loss of your mother
Marc and Iris Diamand
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Rosanne and Marty Horowitz

Posted at 08:46am
Sending sincere condolences on the loss of your mother, grandmother and great grandmother. May her memory be a wonderful blessing for your family.
AS

aaron seff elaine seff

Posted at 08:41am
will miss you old friend, our parents were friends also. way way back!
RM

Rozzie and Nat Morgan

Posted at 08:13am
Dear Randy and Ellen,
So sorry to hear this very sad news. Your Mom was a beautiful lady that always made us smile. She was my Aunt Evelyn's best friend and I can still picture them together having fun. The cousin's group keeps getting smaller. May your memories last a lifetime and may she rest in peace.
AS

ALLAN SCHWARTZMAN

Posted at 07:07am
sorry to hear about marlene..she was as wonderful lady
RK

Renee & Burt King

Posted at 06:51am
Dear Randy and Family,
Our heart felt condolences to each of you on the loss of your Mom and Grandmother. May sweet memories of your beautiful matriarch keep her close in your hearts.
HF

Henry & Reneé Feller

Posted at 08:29pm
Ellen, Randy and family -
Sorry to hear of the passing of mom. She affected others in a positive way. May her memory be for a blessing.
LY

Lynn and Stan yankellow

Posted at 07:12pm
Melissa,Brad and family,
Most sincere sympathies on the loss of your grandmother and great grandmother. Marlene was a lovely woman inside and out and I loved catching up with her whenever we met. May her memory be for a blessing.
J

Jody Alpert

Posted at 07:00pm
To Ellen and Randy and family.
Without saying you know how much your mother meant to me and my girls much less my family. She was one special lady. She was always in my heart and will be missed. Thinking of everyone.
IL

Ilene and Bruce Lessans

Posted at 06:47pm
Dear Ellen, Todd. Randy, Shelly and family,
We are so heartbroken over the loss of Marlene. She was beautiful inside and outside.
I loved playing Mah Jongg with her. She was the sweetest and kindest person I have ever met. I will truly miss her.❤️
MM

Marc and Nancy Medin

Posted at 06:35pm
Nancy and I are so sad we Loved Maurleen and she was my moms best friend. Talking Sports with Teddy and everything else with Maurleen. She was such a pretty, sweet, sincere, caring, loving, etc woman We knew. She will be missed. Now she can go to the country club in the sky, see Teddy and my mother And all those other ladies. Again we are so sorry
BC

Betty Sless Coppel

Posted at 06:03pm
To The Moss Family -
I can't tell you how sad I am to read about your mom's passing. I don't know the family but I offer my sincere condolences to all of you. I grew up right next door to your mom, on Cottage Avenue, 88 years ago. She was my first playmate, even wearing her dress for my one year old picture. Your grandmother and my mom were buddies and Marlene used to watch over me until one of us moved away. Any time we would meet, it was like she was your best friend, always smiling and happy and such a beautiful woman, inside and out. We met a couple of times in Florida and your dad, Ted, and my husband played golf together. He used to show us his cars and was so proud. They were such a great couple and I have many great memories of her, as I'm sure you do. Keep them close to your heart, they will always be with you. Again, please accept my deepest sympathy and know my thoughts are with you all. May she Rest in Peace
RS

Ruth Schnitzer

Posted at 05:11pm
Dear family,

So sorry for the loss of your dear Marlene. She was, without a doubt, a beautiful lady inside and out. I have known Marlene for many many years; every Saturday we would meet at the Nail Salon. Always a kind word for everyone, a radiant smile and dressed in a “simply elegant” outfit. May all the wonderful memories you have of her be a living memorial to her. May her memory be for a blessing and may she RIP.
MS

Marsha & Ed Schleider

Posted at 04:36pm
Ellen & Randy,
We are so sorry for your loss. Your Mother was like a second Mother to me. Through the years, our families shared countless good times together. She will truly be missed.
SB

sheri blum

Posted at 04:30pm
Ellen, Melissa and Family--I adored Marlene. During our conversations, she always made me feel like what I said was important to her. Marlene was a very special, lovely, gracious and positive lady. I'm glad that Gabriel and Chandler are old enough to always remember their "Gigi." With utmost sympathy and love, Sheri
VK

Vicki Kahn

Posted at 04:27pm
What a beautiful soul!! Marlene was beauty inside and out. She will be remembered by all things good and kind.
My thoughts and love are with you during this difficult time.
BF

Bunny Fepelstein

Posted at 04:15pm
Dear Ellen & Randy,
Words cannot express my sadness for your loss. Your Mother was my best friend for 80 years. She was more like my sister and I loved her dearly. She will remain in my heart forever.
RC

Robyn Cantor

Posted at 03:55pm
We are extremely saddened by the loss of Marlene Moss. She was an extraordinary woman, who was upbeat, happy, beautiful and a pleasure to talk to. We will miss her presence at all our family gatherings. She always had a smile on her face and was full of positivity. Our condolences go out to the entire Moss Family. All Our Love, Robyn, David, Dougie, Shelby & Evan Cantor
NP

Nancy and Scott Propper

Posted at 03:26pm
To the Moss family:
We were so sad to hear of Marlene's passing. She was such a lovely person and a devoted, and caring friend to my mother Dolores Medin Knitz who loved Marlene dearly. We saw Marlene and Ted at so many life events. I will always remember her sweet smile and personality.
BC

Barbara & Steve Cohen

Posted at 03:06pm
To the Miss Family
We are saddened by the passing of your beloved Marlene. She was a lovely lady inside & out, a devoted wife, mother, grandmother & great-grandmother. We hope that your good memories will be a source of comfort to you.
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