Lisa Jean Moss
Lisa Jean Moss, 51 of Killams Mills was called home to heaven on Saturday, August 11, 2018 with her husband by her side.
Born in Moncton, she was the daughter of Jean (Prance) Thorne and the late Clinton Goddard. Lisa was a member of the First North River Baptist Church and was employed with J&P Farm Services, Sussex for over 25 years. She had a love for horses, which she shared with her Dad, that started at a young age and continued into her adult life becoming a Certified Level 1 Western Riding Instructor and she loved music, singing and playing her guitar and bass guitar. Lisa was a devoted wife, loving mother and an awesome Nana to her seven grandchildren whom she adored. She was also very passionate in her love for her Lord and Saviour, reading her Bible and praying faithfully everyday and even more so throughout her illness.
Lisa is deeply missed and loved very dearly by her mother Jean Thorne (Stuart); her loving husband of 32 years Dennis; her daughters Jessica Devries (Sam) and Megan Bennett (Tyson); her cherished grandchildren Julie, Gaige, Madison, Hailee, Harper, Kennedy and Lily; sisters Carla Perry (John), Lynn Bleakney (Brent) and Nancy Goddard; brothers Brian Goddard (Susan) and Mark Wright (Rachel); aunt Ann Goddard (late Carl); cousins Randy Goddard, Larry Goddard (Melissa Surrette) and Jamie Goddard (Stacy); uncles Herbert Prance (Joanne) and Donald Prance (Maria); father and mother-in-law Harold Jr. and Roberta Moss; brother-in-law Kevin Moss (Connie); sister-in-law Julie Moss (Terry Faulkner) and many nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her father Clinton Goddard (2018); niece Miranda Julien; brother-in-law Marty Moss and maternal and paternal grandparents.
Family will receive relative and friends at Salisbury Funeral Home, 3350 Route 106 (372-4800) Tuesday, August 14 from 7 to 9 pm. The funeral will be held at First North River Baptist Church Wednesday, August 15 at 2 pm with Rev. Wayne Hagerman officiating. Interment at First North River Baptist Cemetery.
In Lisa's memory, donations to the First North River Baptist Church or the Canadian Cancer Society would be appreciated by the family.