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Reba S. Koski

Moss Point, Mississippi

Jun 4, 1947 – Dec 23, 2018

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On December 23, Reba Savell Koski, age 71, of Gulfport, passed away in Pascagoula, MS. She was a loving wife, mother and grandmother. She was a long time member of First Baptist Church of Gautier where she served many years teaching Sunday School and working with various youth ministry programs....

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Dear Reba you will be so missed by us, we have said so many times that you are our dearest friend and every time we would see you it was like yesterday even when it might be weeks. I will see you again but you will be missed and always loved❤Marilyn Hunt

Koski family we are sorry for your loss.May God be with you and your family.prays are with you.

We all have very fond childhood and adult memories of Reba and her wonderful family.

Reba was a very sweet, kind, loving and giving person who enhanced the lives of those that were lucky enough to know her.

True to her faith, in the end, she thought of others and requested donations to the First Baptist Church of Gautier in lieu of flowers for which we are happy to do in her honor.

Our hearts go out to her loving family; Charles, Chuck, CC, Leslie, Jason,...

My deep condolences to the Koski family and friends for the loss of dear Reba. Your family are in our thoughts and prayers, may God be with you giving you strength and peace to endure.

My deep condolences to the Koski family and friends for the loss of dear Reba. Your family are in our thoughts and prayers, may God be with you giving you strength and peace to endure.

Reba

Rest in Peace, sweet Reba.

Dear Family and Friends. May memories warm your heart and when you read Hosea 13:14 allow the promise of God comfort you.

I'm so sorry for your loss, Reba was a very special person. Charles and family y'all are in my prayers. Norma Jean Beavers

Dear Koski Family,

Please accept my condolences for your loss. I pray that God provides you and your family with the comfort and strength needed for the days ahead. (Isaiah 40:1)