Rodney Gene Moss February 9, 1950 – November 20, 2022


Last updated 12/13/2022 at Noon

Rodney Gene Moss was born and raised in Sisters, spending time as a boy hunting in the woods around Sisters, and fishing Squaw Creek.

After graduating High School 1968 he went off to serve his country in Vietnam, March 1969 to June 1972.

Upon return as a young man he took a job with Brooks-Scanlon Logging, which led him into the timber falling industry where he spent the rest of his time logging the great Northwest that he loved.

Most of his free time was spent hunting with his buddies and fishing those secret holes, and with a dedication to working those weights. He could also be found at one of his favorite watering holes hanging with locals telling tales of good times.

He is survived by his beautiful daughter, Samanthin Moss; brother Richard (Dick) Moss; companion and wife of 17 years, Jennifer Hammack.

Passed: Vernona Myers, mother; Wayne (Brownie) Moss, dad; William (Bill) Moss.

Cyrus family has been generous enough to open the clubhouse at Aspen Lakes for us to gather. Meat will be provided by the family; please bring potluck and join us on January 22,1 p.m.


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