The Life of Helen A. Mossor
Helen Agnes (Horn) Mossor, 85, of Southampton, NJ, died Tuesday, February 6, 2018 suddenly at her home. She was born on September 14, 1932, in Lansdowne, Pennsylvania to John and Agnes (nee Davis) Horn. She married Henry “Dick” Mossor on July 9, 1955. He preceded her in death and was surely awaiting their reunion in heaven.
Surviving are her children Richard (Debra) Mossor of Broomall, Brian (Elizabeth) Mossor of Ridley Park, and Trudi (Karl) Figueroa of Mount Laurel, NJ; four grandchildren, Randall and Devin Mossor, Jaclyn and Justin Figueroa; one great-grandson Brady Mossor; and several nieces, nephews, and cousins.
Helen was a long-time resident of Lansdowne PA, Tuckerton NJ, and Bonita Springs FL. She had a short career as a bookkeeper before deciding to stay at home to raise her children. While being a homemaker, she became very involved in the Home and School Association. She was known as “mom” by many and was the best fan at all of her children’s sporting events. She loved watching her Philadelphia Flyers play and prided herself with being the best statistician, developing the plus minus rating before it was a published statistic for the NHL. She also enjoyed her hobbies of knitting and ceramics. Helen was a resilient woman who lost everything in hurricane Sandy shortly after the death of her beloved husband. She powered through the devastation and moved on to a brand-new life in Southampton, never wavering in her belief that you are given what you can handle.
The visitation will be at 10:00 AM with the funeral mass following at 11:00 AM on Saturday, February 10, 2018 at Saint Andrew the Apostle Church in Drexel Hill, PA.
The burial will immediately follow at Arlington Cemetery in Upper Darby, PA.