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     In Remembrance


We fondly remember our classmate

Melody A (Brown) Moss

Born 12-5-57, Passed Away 5-26-91

Melody A. Moss, 33, 451 Sullivan St., died unexpectedly at 2:45 a.m. May 26, 1991, in Clinton County Hospital. Mrs. Moss was a member of the First church of the Nazarene and Phi Theta Kappa honor society at Ivy Tech. She was a 1976 Frankfort High School graduate. She was to graduation in July from Ivy Tech with a degree in computer programming.
She was born December 5, 1957, in Clinton to Carl Victor and Rose E. Carrico Brown. She married Dale A. Moss on November 5, 1983, and he survives. Also surviving are the father and stepmother, Carl and Margaret Brown; mother and stepfather, Don K. and Rose E. Peterson; two daughters, Jamie Leigh Riley and Samantha Lynn Riley, both at home; a sister, Billie Jo Peterson of Kirklin; two stepsisters, Flora Dolley of San Antonio, Texas and Carleen Long of Frankfort; four brothers, Dennis Brown, Carl Brown and Curtis Brown, all of Frankfort and Mike Brown of Greencastle; two stepbrothers, Frank Peterson of Indianapolis and Patrick Peterson of Charlotte, NC. A brother, Rick Brown, died in 1962.
Services were at First Church of the Nazarene, with the Rev. Earl Roustio officiating. Burial was in Green Lawn
Cemetery. Arrangements by Goodwin Funeral Home.

Melody majored in Business and also participated in COE (Cooperative Office Education) program at FHS.


From Mary (Cook) Reynolds-
While in Jr. High, Mel was involved in a car accident that left her with facial injuries. These scars would have been difficult for anyone to live with, but Mel didn't let them control her life or how anyone else saw her.


From Joni Marcum -
I grew  up  and  went  to grade  school and  high school with Mel. She  was  a  good  friend  and  a  wonderful person.  Many  Blessings  to  her  family.

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