Lori Moss Obituary, Death – On September 16, 2023, Lori Carndall Moss, who had lived in Hopkinsville, Kentucky for her entire life and had reached the age of 56 years, passed suddenly. The 16th of September was the day she passed away. Cremation will be used to dispose of the body of the deceased, and at a later time, the family will host a memorial service in their honor. The family came to the conclusion that cremation was the best option in this situation.
The funeral home of Maddux-Fuqua-Hinton has been given the obligation of directing the services that are associated with the funeral by the family. The family has entrusted this responsibility to the care of the funeral home.
Ms. Moss was born on November 12, 1966, in Woodstock, Illinois. Her parents, Sharon Louise Mott Crandall and David Bruce Crandall had both passed away before she was born. Her mother’s maiden name was Mott, and her father’s maiden name was Crandall.
Her mother was still pregnant with her when her father passed away, thus she never got to meet him. Lori was active in both the medical and domestic spheres of society at the same time, and she was a regular attendee of Baptist services. Following in the footsteps of both of her parents, her brother Michael Roni Crandall left the family home before she did, making him the third member of her family to do so.
He followed in the footsteps of her parents. She is survived by her mother, Sharon Crandall, who lives in Paxton, Illinois; her sons, Brian David Crandall of Germantown Hills, Illinois, Joshua Ray Moss of Loda, Illinois, and Harley Dean Hoover of Hopkinsville, Kentucky; her sister, Linda Jane Kurtz, who lives in Rantoul, Illinois; her grandchildren, Rayne Maxine Moss, Savannah Lynn Moss, and Gabriel Jay Buckingham; and her significant other, Mike Hoover, who lives in Hopkinsville, Kentucky.