Edgar J. DeMoss, 80, a retired executive vice president of the Municipal Savings and Loan Association, died Sunday at St. Joseph Hospital of complications to surgery.
A mass of Christian burial will be offered at 10 a.m. tomorrow at Immaculate Conception Roman Catholic Church in Towson.
Mr. DeMoss, who lived on Swarthmore Drive in Towson, retired in 1978 after being associated with the savings and loan association in Towson since 1965.
In 1958, he began serving in a series of Baltimore County posts. He worked until 1961 as administrative assistant to Christian H. Kahl, then the county executive; then from 1961 until 1962, as register of wills; and finally, serving as administrative assistant to the county administrative officer.
For 20 years before that, he had been manager of Schnaufer's department store in Towson.
Born in Fork, he was a graduate of Towson High School.
A life member of the Towson Lodge of the Elks, Mr. DeMoss also belonged to the Executive Committee, a Towson business men's group.
His wife, the former Margaret Myers, died last October.
Survivors include two daughters, Janet D. Lyons of Lutherville and Joan D. Bodie of Cockeysville; a brother, Leonard W. DeMoss of Cockeysville, five grandchildren and a great-grandson.