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DR. MYRON MOSS Obituary
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October 9, 2012
The very finest if men. He made positive diffrence in so many lives. The reach of his music, teachings and inspiration will be felt through to the children of his friends and their generations beyond. Dr.Moss {DR. Mike} gave more than direction through music. Mike gave life to humanity and brought humanity to life.
Rest----begin again.........
October 7, 2012
For people attending Mike's memorial at Drexel this Wednesday, here are some more details:

The Mandell Theater is at Chestnut and 33rd Streets in Philadelphia. The program will last from 3:30 to 5:00 and will be followed by a light reception in the foyer outside the theater.

There is on-street parking along the streets in the immediate area of the Mandell Theater. Parking is NOT free, but the kiosks take MasterCard and Visa. There are usually spaces to be found on Chestnut west of 33rd, on 33rd itself, and on Walnut, which is parallel to Chestnut and to its south. Chestnut is one way heading east and Walnut is one way heading west. Odd-numbered streets tend to be one way heading north and even-numbered streets one way heading south.


There is a great deal of construction going on at the corner or 33rd and Chestnut, and there is no sidewalk in front of the theater. There is a pedestrian crossing light on Chestnut about 50 feet from the corner. Once you've crossed the street, enter the building in front of you and follow the signs to the Mandell Theater.


If you are coming by train, you will be arriving at the 30th Street Station. Exit the station through the door at 30th and Market Streets. Cross Market and continue walking south on 30th to Chestnut. Turn right (west) on Chestnut and walk to the pedestrian crossing in front of the theater.


Immediately following the service, there will be an informal reception in the lobby of Mandell, where we hope you will take the opportunity to meet Mike's parents, Bob Moss and Sonya Kleider, and to share your stories of Mike with one another.
August 5, 2012
I just learned today that Dr. Moss had passed. I played with his band at SCSU while I was an undergraduate at Quinnipiac University, and I'm not sure I've ever met someone who loved their career as much as Mike did. An incredibly warm and kind person, who will be sadly missed.
July 28, 2012
My husband and I were bandmates under Mike's direction at SCSU. He was such a good man and a solid educator. Many of my favorite memories from Southern occurred during rehearsal or concerts. Music with him was both fun and a good learning experience. We were deeply saddened by the news. My condolences to his friends and family; Bryan and I will never forget Myron Moss.
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