Edna Moiso

Obituary of Edna Moiso

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Edna J Moiso went home be be with the Lord and her beloved Lew on January 27th. Now the back story. She was born in Millville to Edythe and Ralph Lane, Sr. on October 14th, 1924 and along with her two brothers and sister were raised there. After graduating from high school she met the love of her life on a double date (although Dad was not her date). WWII separated them physically, but they corresponded by letters during my Dad’s service in the ETO. After the war, their courtship continued up until their marriage in June of 1947. They lived on the family farm for five years saving their money for a new home. Two years later, they welcomed a daughter Jo and then three years after that a son Don. While Dad worked, Mom immersed herself in raising their two children with leadership in the Cub Scouts. Brownies and PTA’s. Schlepping the kids to ballet lessons and baseball, along the way. In the early 60’s, she gained the moniker “The White Tornado,” after the popular household cleaner because she was always doing something. She had one speed in her younger days and it wasn't stop or slow. After Dad passed, she occupied her time with craft projects making Christmas ornaments and knitted fly swatters which she gave to her friends and family. She and Dad had a wonderful marriage and now they are together again. The White Tornado is survived by her children, Jo (Tony) Valenti and Don (Brenda) and six grandchildren, Summer (Scot) Bedford, Forreste, Melody (Tom) Daloisio, Brendon, Jordanna and Angelina (John) Piccinino, two great grandchildren, Dylan and Ryann. Also survived by sister in law Jeanne (George) Waltman. Her Funeral Service and Interment are private at the convenience of the family. Memorial contributions in her memory may be made to St. Peter's United Methodist Church, 501 East 8th Street, Ocean City, NJ 08226.
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