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Monday  January 9, 2006


GEORGE MOSS


This came in from Frank Longoria, a patrol deputy in the Sheriff's Office, Liberty County, Texas:

"I lost a good friend on the 30th, my birthday; George Moss, who had worked for the Sheriff's Office for the past 16 years, was diagnosed with cancer in early 2005. George was in charge of the civil division, and as such served civil process, i.e.; divorce papers, lawsuits, etc. It wasn't a glamorous job, not what you picture when you think of police work, but he was good at what he did and very conscientious in his duties. George wasn't Hollywood's idea of a cop, but he was my idea of a cop, the unacknowledged public servant who quietly went about his business and did it well, with no expectations of public recognition. George deemed a job well done its own reward, a task which he accomplished day in and day out, always ready to help wherever he could. If you were out on traffic, he would stop to check on you, for no other reason than he cared about his fellow deputies. I am sending George's obituary to you; I don't know if you can, but I would appreciate it if, maybe you could mention George's passing on the website. He wasn't Hollywood's version of a supercop, but he was a cop's cop, nonetheless; which in my book, makes him a supercop."

George Ray Moss, 59, of Hardin died Friday, December 30, 2005 at his home.

Funeral services will be held at 10:00 AM, Tuesday, January 3 at the Hardin Baptist Church in Hardin. Interment will follow at Antioch Cemetery in Buna, Texas. Visitation will be Monday, January 2, from 3:00 PM until 7:00 PM at Allison funeral Service in Liberty.

George was born in Evening Shade, AR to his parents, Boyd George Moss and Roxie Faye Barnett. He graduated from Evening Shade High School in 1965. He was retired from the Liberty County Sheriff’s Office. George had attained the office of Master Jailer and Master Peace Officer. He was a member of the force in Liberty County for sixteen years. He was also a member of the Gus A. Brant Masonic Lodge, AF & AM in Houston, TX. Gardening and cooking were among his favorite things to do.

George is survived by wife, Julie Marie Ansley Moss of Hardin and children: sons; Keith Allen Moss and wife Kimberly, Jeffrey McKinley Moss and wife Shannon all of Wichita, Kansas, Richard Odom and wife Chastity of Hardin, Chad Edward Turner and wife Crystal of Daisetta and daughters, Cindy Fregia and husband Joey of Hardin, Kimberly Arin Moss of Hardin. Sisters: Evelyn Gail Vickery of Baytown and Brenda Arnold of Wichita, Kansas along with grandchildren; Nicholas, Kymbal, and Bailey Fregia, Olivia Odom, Cody and Kelsey Turner also survive.

I did not know George, but his passing reminds us of the hard work and dedication of people in public service who keep the streets safe for us all. Consider this some public recognition for those that regard a job well done its own reward.


Please continue to tell your friends and colleagues to rent or buy EvenHand if you watched and enjoyed it. Independent filmmakers like us depend on word-of-mouth for our very survival.

Don't forget to visit the EvenHand Store. We offer EvenHand posters, T-shirts and SLPD shoulder patches, as well as the popular "FAT COP" tank top. There is some lively trading going on in the SLPD shoulder patch department, so if you have a police patch you're interested in trading, please visit the EvenHand store or send an email.

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- Joseph Pierson


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