Anna Belle Moser


Anna Belle Moser, 79, a retired crossing guard and a volunteer reading tutor at the Northwood Elementary School, died Monday in Boise, Idaho, at the home of a daughter after a long illness.

Graveside services were being held today at Western Cemetery, Edmondson Avenue and Longwood Street.

Mrs. Moser, who moved to Boise from Baltimore four years ago, retired nearly 20 years ago after working as a crossing guard at the Northwood school for 18 years and serving for 10 of those years as a volunteer reading tutor at the school as well.

She served on the board of trustees and as a Sunday school teacher at the Loch Raven United Methodist Church.

A native of Warrenton, Va., the former Anne Belle Riley was a graduate of Brandy High School before coming to Baltimore in the early 1930s and working as a nurse's aide until her marriage in 1937 to John Henry Moser. Mr. Moser, who was a glazier for a glass company, died in 1958.

Survivors include two daughters, Lois Anne Riebau and Linda Lou Moser, both of Boise; five sisters; two grandchildren, and three great-grandchildren.

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