June 13, 1953 ‐ February 28, 2023
Linda Moskus age 69 crossed over into eternity on February 28, 2023 surrounded by her loving family. Beloved wife of the late Aubry “Ted” for 20 years. Caring mother of Amanda Fanara Roy (Clint), Jessica Reinke (Josh), Jennifer (Zachary) Franks, and Joy Houchins. Dear grandmother to Kaitlyn Ford, Leanna Reinke and Riley Reinke, Thomas and Annabella Franks, and Dominic Roy. Dear aunt and friend of many. Visitiations will be held on Thursday March 2nd from 6-8 at Jenkins Funeral Chapel 2914 Dover Center Rd., Westlake. A graveside service will be held on Friday March 3rd at 10:30 at Crown Hill Cemetery in Twinsburg. Arrangements by Jenkins Funeral Chapel.
In lieu of flowers memorial contributions can be made to the Cleveland Food Bank.
Thank you for the wonderful memories I have as your little girl. You were so fun and loving, kind and good. It was so very difficult to see you change so drastically over the years. I will cherish the wonderful childhood you provided as my real Mom. It’s sad to know the state of affairs when you passed. While your life later in life was not your ideal, I know that the love we shared in your heart is with you now in heaven. I will always cherish your fun work stories and remember how much fun wewhen you worked for the Walter P. Boos throughout my childhood. Thank you for all you did. It’s a shame other things took priority later in your elder years. I find peace in knowing your with Mom and Dad. Thank you for sharing your parents with me. We always discussed that when I was little. When Mom passed I was forever changed. Rest in Peace, may God bless you and forgive your shortcomings with your real family. You made the best csirkepaprikás. I carry your love in my heart. It was ok we weren’t together throughout my decades of military time serving. Because, your love was in my heart.
Linda was a valued member of our team at Walter Boos Co. 25 years ago. We loved working with her. We lost touch over the years, but I have some great memories. Rest in peace Linda.
Lynn Pierre Bennett
Linda was a wonderful soul. She brought warmth to our team at GCFB, and took great pride in her work. I am grateful to have known her.
Earl T Williams
And I have hope toward God, which hope these men also look forward to, that there is going to be a resurrection of both the righteous and the unrighteous. Acts24:15
Our dear friend is asleep for now, but rest assure that our loving heavenly father Jehovah will awaken her just as someone waking up from a good night's rest.
Rebecca (Beckie Gresh) Hamilton
Valley City Ohio
May you soar high with the Angles my dear friend. I will miss your laughter, smile and kind heart.
Linda was pure gift and made my time at GCFB enjoyable and productive. I will miss the tootsie rolls, laughter and joy.
diana y talley miller
I will always (and always did) think of you, your kindness to others and me. Your smile and laugh and generosity is to be admired. Thank you for always making time for me and blessing me with your spirit. Condolences to the family.