Fennella Gloria “Glow” Moysi

August 26, 1925 ‒ July 10, 2016

Mansfield, Ohio

People are like stars, they come and go. But the ones that stay are the ones that glow. Gloria “Glow” Moysi was aptly named.  Her selfless personality – caring, loving, serving – was a light inside of her, relentlessly shining on everyone she touched or came into her path.

Gloria’s light is brightening heaven as she passed into the Lord’s presence Sunday afternoon July 10, 2016 from Hospice of North Central Ohio. She was 90.

Born Fennella Glow Squires August 26, 1925 in Chesterville to Craven W. and Luemma B. (Mitchell) Squires. Glow was aptly named.

She was graduated from Chesterville High School in 1945, and remained close with monthly alumni functions.

An active member of St. John’s United Church of Christ, the historic church was the site of her April 13, 1952 wedding with David Martin Moysi. Gloria served in the nursery of the church and supplied congregational events with baked goods.

Gloria packed so much in a day. She poured herself in raising her family, and later her grandchildren, supporting their every sporting, dance or school event, cheering “Yippee” from the stands. She cooked for Madison area sports teams (macaroni salad, hamloaf, and brownies beyond compare), all the while gardening and keeping their landscaping pristine, she and Dave won the Mansfield Mens Garden Club beautification award.

She was active with LaSertoma and a 50-Year member of Daughters of Herman. Renowned for her greeting card ministry, Gloria held fast to old fashion, Christian values, being raised on a farm served her well.

She is survived by her children Rhonda (Ron) Pore, Karen Moysi and Mark “Markie” (Joan) Moysi all of Mansfield, and Judith Will of Denver, CO; grandchildren Renee (John) Neron, Regan Pore, Ryan (Ashley) Pore, Dustin (Megan) Moysi, Zachary (Kasey) Moysi, and Ashley (Zach) Roth; great grandchildren Allie, Camden, Dane, Abrianna, Brookson, Connor, Stella, Luca, and Emme; and numerous nieces and nephews.

Her devoted husband David Moysi preceded her in death on July 6, 2014. Also deceased are all of her siblings: Eva Bockover, Ethel Garver, Wanda Bowers, Ola Heston, Harry, Guy, Don, Fred, Hoy, Alva, and Ruwe Squires.

The Moysi family will receive guests Thursday, July 14, 2016 from 2-4 and 6-8 p.m. in the Finefrock Chapel of the Marion Avenue Snyder Funeral Home, where a funeral service for a lady aptly named Glow will be held Friday at 11 a.m. The Rev. Dr. George Spink will officiate. Burial will follow in Mansfield Memorial Park.

Contributions in her memory to St. John’s United Church of Christ may be made at the funeral home.

Snyder Funeral Home is privileged to serve the Moysi family. Share a memory of how she brightened your life – and see her tribute video – online at: SnyderFuneralHomes.com

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  • Rhonda, Karen and Mark: May all of you and all of your families be blessed with many wonderful memories to cherish for your lifetime. Certainly your Mother’s Church family have many memories to hold dear as well. Her unique chuckle and voice could be heard as she made her way into the church each Sunday morning long before we could even see her. She will be greatly missed by so many people, and the taste of her brownies will be savored forever. God bless all of you at this sad time, yet knowing she is welcomed with open arms by all those who left this place before her. Our deepest sympathy and love to all of you.
    Ron and Rita Odson

  • Rhonda, Karen, Mark & your families. I am so sorry for your loss! I thought Gloria would be here awhile longer but God must’ve needed her in Heaven! I’ve been told God only calls you home when he needs you for a special purpose in Heaven that only you can fill! My thoughts & prayers are with all of you! Take care & God Bless! All my love, Shelly

  • Rhonda, Karen, and Mark,
    So sorry for your loss. Glow was a great lady and even greater mom! Hope you know how blessed you and your families were to have her in your lives. She will be missed by all who knew her.
    Dennis Snyder

  • To the Moysi family,
    We extend our deepest sympathy to you on the loss of this dear sweet lady. May all the wonderful memories you have bring you comfort and smiles during this difficult time. We will not be able to be there in person to offer our sympathies but you will be in our thoughts and prayers
    Mary Ann and Randy Jacobs

  • Rhonda and family, you have my deepest sympathy on the loss of your Mother.
    Wishing you all God’s peace.

  • To Rhonda, Mark and the entire family, I am so very sorry for your loss. May your faith, and all of your precious memories, comfort you in this sad time. Prayers and condolences go out to all of you.
    Deepest Sympathy,
    Wanda Evans Mollett

  • Rhonda, Karen, and Mark,
    Please accept our sympathy for the loss of your Mother. She was such a sweet lady! We certainly enjoyed sitting near her every Sunday in church. She now is at peace and with her Lord. Heaven has gained a very special lady.
    Love to all,
    Dave & Jessie Petska

  • For all the Moysi family. Your Mom will be missed. She was one of the sweetest ladies I ever knew. Keep in your heart all the lovely times and memories that you hold dear. May God be with each of you and comfort you.

    Debbie VanDine Yaeger.

  • Rhonda, Karen and Mark,
    I know at times like this it is hard to see past the sorrow, but I hope that reflecting on the wonderful memories that you and your mom shared will help you to see light again. Our deepest sympathies for your loss.

    God Bless,
    Gary and Ronda Risinger Stone

  • I celebrate a beautiful woman and the impact she left. Her whole family “glows” because of her love and the love each one has to offer to others. I’m so happy to have known her. Heaven just got a little brighter! Xoxo

  • What a full and wonderful life! Please accept my sincere sympathies Rhonda and family. You are in my thoughts and prayers. Lin Frary

  • My heart goes out to you. I have great memer of your mother, all the kindness and great food. I remember going to the farm. Hold on to your memories the will you through. She will be greatly missed. Praying for you.

  • Rhonda, Karen and Mark, the Grandchildren and Great Grandchildren,
    My deepest sympathy goes out to all of you. Loved her very much!
    Sending you hugs and keeping all of you in my prayers.
    Love,
    Viola