Where do I begin? At age 4 years, Mrs. Mosa became a second mother to me! I was her first pupil at the (then) Riverside Nursery School. Nonetheless, Mrs Mosa invested hours upon hours teaching me Language Arts, Arithmetic and though I didn't know these terms then, abstract thinking and to develop a personal set of ethics (How I want to be treated is the way to treat others!) And the list goes on! It wasn't until years later that I understood all that she taught me. I have carried so many wonderful memories of Mrs Mosa, lo' these 56 years! In recent years I tried to locate her, but to no avail. Even Google didn't give up that secret! I have regretted that I never thanked Mrs Mosa for her dedication in setting my feet firmly on the ground in preparation for life. Thank you so much, Mrs. Mosa, I know you hear me! My deepest condolences to Mr Mosa, Tony and Mary Ann. Jesus, himself said, "Let the children come to me" Mrs. Mosa said, " Let the children come to me, and I will give them the best of myself!" I know where she is today! In heaven. Of that we can be sure!
My deepest sympathies to the Mosa family on the occasion of Lillian’s death. Mrs. Mosa made an exception for me. She accepted me into her Nursery School, even though I was not yet potty trained. She assured my mom that she would potty train me herself! I guess I should be forever indebted to her for that. I have so many fond memories of her and of my nursery school years. My mom (Rita Elliott) also wanted to be remembered to you all. Peace and Love to you all,
Patty (Elliott) Malley