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Lynn L. Moss

November 5, 1956 - January 26, 2024

Lynn L. Moss, age 67, of Newark, DE, passed away on Friday, January 26, 2024.

Born in Wilmington, DE on November 5, 1956, she was a daughter of the late Robert W. and Margaret (Smyth) Laird. Lynn grew up in Wilmington and attended Brandywine High School, graduating with the class of 1974. She later earned her Bachelor of Science degree from Neumann University in 1987. Lynn graduated Cum Laude, majoring in Special Education with a minor in Psychology. During her time in school, she was a member of Alpha Sigma Lambda as well as the National Honor Society.

Lynn began her career in 1984 at the Terry Children’s Psychiatric Center in New Castle, working as an education transition coordinator for 20 years. In 2005, she transitioned to Christina School District where she spent 9 years working as an educational diagnostician. Lynn ended her career in education at the University of Delaware, College of Education in the Center for Disabilities Studies as a positive behavior support project coach in 2019.

Lynn enjoyed relaxing by the water, she went to the beach or the pool as often as she could. She was an amazing cook who always had a delicious meal waiting for her loved ones. In her spare time, Lynn could be found gardening or challenging her family to a game of cards.

In addition to her parents, Lynn was preceded in death by her husband, Joseph Huss; and siblings, Robert Laird, John Laird, and Carol Edwards. She is survived by her children, Maxx Moss and Margaux Moss; and siblings, Kevin Laird, and Sandy Asselta.

A committal service will be held at 10 am on Friday, March 22, 2024, in the chapel of Delaware Veterans Memorial Cemetery, 2465 Chesapeake City Road, Bear, DE.


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9 Condolences for Lynn L. Moss

  • I was fortunate to be Lynn’s neighbor for several years. She was a beautiful soul inside and out. To her family, my condolences. Will always think of her crazy good laugh and lovely blue eyes.

  • I have known Lynn since I was very young

    She was a strong and intelligent woman who I will forever admire

    Peace be with her family

  • To Lynn’s family, I offer my sincere sympathy on this loss.
    Lynn and I worked together at Terry Center, for a period of years, we worked very closely with her and she and I developed a lasting friendship. She was a loving soul and and had a determination to get things done unsurpassed by most. I last saw her during her most recent hospitalizations and I was amazed at her optimism and positivity. She will always remain a wonderful influence in my life.

  • I first met Lynn while recording at Target Studios. Lynn was kind enough to let me use her bathroom while we were there…Margaux was just a baby…and Maxx a toddler. We quickly became friends. She was a very intelligent and loving woman. And, yes, she could COOK! I feel blessed to have known Lynn. My thoughts and prayers go out to her family.

  • So sorry with the news. She was always had a smile on her face. She shared a dance with me at a Springer JHS. A pleasant memory. RIP.

  • I knew Lynn through the carpooling of our kids to Cab Calloway School of the Arts. I always felt Lynn’s love and devotion to her children. My heart goes out to you both, Maxx and Margaux…so very saddened and sorry for your loss…I hold you both in my prayers….

  • I knew Lynn during my teaching career in the Christina school district and she was a wonderful person and a great ED. I had the wonderful joy of teaching both Maxx and Margaux and my deepest sympathies for both them and the rest of Lynn’s family.

  • I worked for Christina School District for many years in Spec. Ed. and remember Lynn well. She was a great ED and a very pleasant and positive person to be around. Heaven surely surrounds her now! My sympathy and prayers to all her family

  • I spent some of the best years of my teenage life with Lynn. Her laugh was like sunshine. Her sense of humor and enthusiasm for enjoying life coincided with mine along with my other good friends.
    The times we spent together will be marked as some of the best.

    Though we lost touch with each other as years went by, I managed to see her annually at my friend’s annual pig roast. We would exchange memories and the laughs picked up right where they left off. It saddens me she is no longer here amongst us but perhaps it will be my good fortune to see her at another time in another dimension to share our friendship.