Gregory Lynn and Linda Alene Moss

Gregory Lynn Moss, age 72, went to be with the Lord on Nov. 11, 2021. His wife, Linda Alene Jane (Loomis) Moss, age 68, joined him in Heaven on Nov. 20, 2021.

A celebration of life was held on Saturday, Nov 27, at Whitted Funeral Chapel in Shelby, Mont.

Greg was born Jan. 3, 1949, in Rock Springs, Wyo. to Julia and Donald Moss. He grew up in Salt Lake City, Utah, and graduated from Shelby High School in 1967. The same year, he enlisted in the Army and served in Germany for three years. He loved hunting, fishing, building, wood carving, and watching the Cleveland Browns.

Alene was born Aug. 27, 1953, in Conrad, Mont., to Betsy and Elliot Loomis. She was raised in Shelby, the place she has always loved the most. She graduated from Shelby High School in 1971, and the same year attended Dahl’s College of Beauty in Great Falls, Mont. She loved doing crafts, sewing, working in her yard, and making everyone around her smile.

Greg and Alene were married on April 10, 1974, in Cut Bank, Mont. They built their home in Shelby and raised their four children, Patrick, Laine, Jolie, and Desirae, and later raised their granddaughter Sarielle. They loved their children more than anything, and their love and devotion to each other was endless.

Greg started working at the post office in 1974, and later became postmaster of Shelby. Alene was a beautician, and later she and Greg started their own business called Moss Taxidermy, and their work will be honored and remembered by many.

Survivors include their sons Patrick (April) Moss of Virginia and Laine (Karen) Moss of Shelby; daughter Desirae Moss of Shelby; grandchildren Sarielle Moss and Baylen Moss both of Shelby and Olivia Moss of Virginia; Greg’s sister Linda Knickerbocker of Havre, and brother Danny (Gretchen) of Salt Lake City, Utah.

They are preceded in death by their daughter Jolie Moss; Greg’s parents Julia and Donald Moss; his brother Mike Stewart; Alene’s parents Betsy and Elliot Loomis, and sisters Irene Sonju and June Bogie.

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