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Heinrich George LOOS
(1885-1967)
Anna Margaretta WALKER
(1887-1965)
Heinrich Carl GRASMICK
(1885-1946)
Catherina Margaretha BURBACH
(1889-1989)
Emanuel Heinrich LOOS
(1906-1989)
Sarah Jane GRASMICK
(1908-2003)

Sharon Lee LOOS
(1938-2008)

 

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LeRoy George MOSS

Sharon Lee LOOS 24

  • Born: 30 Aug 1938, Scottsbluff, Scotts Bluff County, Nebraska, USA 22
  • Marriage: LeRoy George MOSS on 2 Apr 1955 in Scottsbluff, Scotts Bluff County, Nebraska, USA 22
  • Died: 15 Dec 2008, Scottsbluff, Scotts Bluff County, Nebraska, USA at age 70 13
  • Buried: 29 Dec 2008, Forest Lawn Memorial Park, Omaha, NE 68112 www.forestlawnomaha.com 13

bullet   Cause of her death was Smoke inhalation from house fire at 1710 Avenue H in Scottsbluff, Nebraska.19

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School, 1955, Scottsbluff, Scotts Bluff County, Nebraska, USA. 25

Residence, 1961, Omaha, Douglas County, Nebraska, USA. at 7604 Redick Avenue.
Legal Description: STILLMEADOW LOT 5 BLOCK 7 IRREG
Parcel Size: Acres: 0.21 Sq. Ft.: 9563

Residence, Apr 2003, Scottsbluff, Scotts Bluff County, Nebraska, USA. 26 at 1710 AVE H

News Report, 15 Dec 2008, Scottsbluff, Scotts Bluff County, Nebraska, USA. 27 KEEP MARKED PRIVATE FOR COPYRIGHT REASONS

Victim taken from Scottsbluff fire to RWMC
Published Monday, December 15, 2008 at 06:33 PM
The Scotts Bluff County Coroner and the State Fire Marshall's Office responded this afternoon to a Scottsbluff house fire after a victim was transported to Regional West Medical Center. The official condition of the person found in the home is unknown at this time, according to Scottsbluff Fire Chief Dana Miller.
Heavy smoke from the fire, at 1710 Avenue H, fully engulfed the house. Miller says the smoke and large amount of contents in the house made it difficult for fire fighters to search the structure. Twenty four to thirty personnel from the Scottsbluff, Scottsbluff rural, and Gering Fire Departments responded to the fire. The fire was extinguished within a half hour to forty five minutes
The original call came in around 3:45 p.m.
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http://www.starherald.com/articles/2008/12/15/news/breaking_news/doc4947375ce2e97084392441.txt
Scottsbluff resident dies in house fire
Published: Monday, December 15, 2008 11:43 PM CST
Firefighters battle a blaze that killed a Scottsbluff resident on Monday. The Scottsbluff Fire Department responded to the fire at 1710 Avenue H shortly before 4 p.m. Capt. Kevin Spencer of the Scottsbluff Police Department said the victim is believed to have died of smoke inhalation, although a specific cause of death has not been determined. The identity of the victim has not been released; however, public records show the owner and occupant of the home as Sharon L. Moss, 70, of Scottsbluff. The Scotts Bluff County Attorney's Office responded as coroners and the Scottsbluff Police Department initally investigated. Spencer said Nebraska State Fire Marshal's Office would continue the investigation. The Gering and Rural Fire Departments assisted. SPD returned to the scene Monday 8:15 p.m., when fire rekindled from the smolders.
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16 DEC 2008, http://www.kmeg.com/global/story.asp?s=9530173
SCOTTSBLUFF, Neb. (AP) - Authorities are still investigating a house fire that killed a Scottsbluff resident.
Capt. Kevin Spencer of the Scottsbluff Police Department said units responded to the call around 3:45 Monday afternoon.
The victim's name has not been released.
Spencer says the Nebraska State Fire Marshal's Office has joined the investigation but no information on what caused the fire has been disclosed.
Scottsbluff Fire Chief Dana Miller says 24 to 30 firefighters were called to the blaze, which took 30-45 minutes to put out.
Information from: Star-Herald, <http://www.starherald.com>
Copyright 2008 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
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16 Dec 2008, Omaha, Nebraska, www.kmtv.com:
Associated Press - December 16, 2008 11:05 AM ET
SCOTTSBLUFF, Neb. (AP) - Authorities say an overloaded circuit caused a house fire that killed an elderly Scottsbluff resident.
Scotts Bluff County Attorney Derek Weimer (WHY-mer) said Tuesday that the victim was a woman in her 70s.
He says he won't release her name until relatives have been notified.
Weimer says firefighters found her in a hallway as they fought the blaze Monday afternoon. She was taken to Regional West Medical Center, where she was pronounced dead.
Deputy State Fire Marshall Mike Turner says the overloaded circuit was in the woman's bedroom.
Capt. Kevin Spencer of the Scottsbluff Police Department says units responded to the call around 3:45 Monday afternoon.
Information from: KNEB-AM, <http://www.kneb.com>
Copyright 2008 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
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17 Dec 2008, Scottsbluff Star-Herald:
house fire at 1710 Avenue H in Scottsbluff Monday afternoon claimed the life of homeowner Sharon Moss, 70. "The fire was caused by an electrical overload at an outlet," said Nebraska Deputy State Fire Marshal Mike Turner. Firefighting efforts were slowed by a large amount of personal possessions in the home, according to Scottsbluff Fire Chief Dana Miller. "The amount of the personal items made it hard for us to do search and rescue until we were able to extinguish some of the fire and get it under control," he said. The Scottsbluff Fire Department called for mutual aid immediately as there was an accident and another call for fire response close to the same time. "We called on the Scottsbluff Rural and Gering Fire Departments for aid. They responded quickly with units and persons to the scene that were greatly appreciated," he said. The fire departments were able to get the fire under control fairly quickly. The units went on defensive to get into the house, applying water from the outside, breaking out windows and cutting a hole in the roof to clear out smoke and heat," Miller said. "That way the firefighters could be back in and safely search."
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17 Dec 2008, KVRN Radio, http://www.krvn.com/home
death in Scottsbluff house fire confirmed
Published Monday, December 15, 2008 at 06:33 PM
The Scotts Bluff County Attorney's office confirms 70 year old Sharon Moss was the victim in a Scottsbluff house fire Monday. Moss was the owner and occupant of the home at 1710 Avenue H. Moss was found in the hallway of the home, which had filled with smoke. Smoke inhalation is beilieved to be the cause of death, although a post mortem examination was scheduled. Deputy State Fire Marshall Mike Turner says an overloaded circuit in the woman's bedroom in the middle of the house caused the fire.

Obituary, 17 Dec 2008, Scottsbluff, Scotts Bluff County, Nebraska, USA. 28 Sharon Moss of Scottsbluff Sharon Moss, 70, of Scottsbluff, died Monday, December 15, 2008, at Regional West Medical Center. Arrangements are pending at the Jolliffe Funeral Home of Scottsbluff.

Cemetery, 29 Dec 2008, Omaha, Douglas County, Nebraska, USA. 13 at Forest Lawn Cemetery after cremation in Scottsbluff, Nebraska.


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Sharon married LeRoy George MOSS, son of Leroy Francois MOSS and Lillian Elizabeth DANKMEYER, on 2 Apr 1955 in Scottsbluff, Scotts Bluff County, Nebraska, USA.22 (LeRoy George MOSS was born on 22 Apr 1934 in Wisconsin,12 died on 10 Nov 1995 in Omaha, Douglas County, Nebraska, USA 12 and was buried on 14 Nov 1995 in Forest Lawn Memorial Park, Omaha, NE 68112 www.forestlawnomaha.com 12.)




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