SEDGWICK MOSS
1932 - 2021
BORN
1932
DIED
2021
FUNERAL HOME
Murphy Funeral Homes
4510 Wilson Boulevard
Arlington, VA

Sedgwick Lee Moss  
Sedgwick Lee Moss, beloved husband and father, passed away on October 22, 2021. He is predeceased by his wife Virginia R. Moss, and survived by daughters Sally and Ginger Moss, son-in-law Jamie Crausman, grandchildren Adam and Jay Crausman, cousins Rudy and Betty Viener and Corinne Smith. Sedge was born on February 10, 1932 in New Orleans LA and raised in Washington DC. He attended Washington and Lee University in Lexington VA, graduating in 1954. He was married to Virginia for 67 years and they raised their family in Arlington VA. He was a Travel Agent with American Airlines, Overseas, Gant and VIP Travel Agencies, and was an active member of numerous clubs including the Metropolitan Washington Old Time Radio Club, Big Band Society, Classic Chevy Club, Washington Volvo Club, Washington Airline Society and Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity. He was known and beloved as the Caboose Park Ranger - where he greeted walkers and bike riders at the old caboose in Bluemont Park Arlington. A graveside funeral will be held at Columbia Gardens Cemetery in Arlington. Further information can be found at murphy-funeralhomes.com
Published by The Washington Post from Oct. 26 to Oct. 28, 2021.
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Sedge was a beloved fraternity brother. My wife and I, with our three daughters had several visits with Sedge and Virginia. One that was memorable was in Washington and went toured the Mayflower when it was a tourist attraction many years ago. My heartfelt condolences go out to the family.
Bertram Griffith
October 30, 2021
We already miss Sedge. We first met Sedge when he was a volunteer ranger at the Red Caboose on the W&OD trail in Arlington, VA, years ago. That's when and where we started our friendship with Sedge that has been ongoing since right before his passing. Sedge was always personable, and we will miss his compassion and warmth.
Susan Fuchs
Friend
October 27, 2021
Sedge was one of the finest people I've ever met and a wonderful neighbor. He will be greatly missed by my children and myself. May he and his wonderful wife Virginia rest in peace.
Patricia McLaughlin
Friend
October 26, 2021
Prayers for your family. Sedge and your mom were so good to my mother having her over for dinner and taking her places. Always enjoyed talking to your dad about cars. Would see him at car shows
Dianne Mason
Friend
October 26, 2021
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