Dr. Gloryann E. Hall (Mossage) of Blountville, Tennessee passed away peacefully in her home on Sunday, May 13, 2018 surrounded by her family. She was 69 years old. Gloryann was born on a farm in Long Grove, Iowa to parents Peter Thomas and Winnifred Cecilia (Nugent) Mossage on September 21, 1948. She graduated from North Scott High School, Eldridge Iowa. She earned a Biology Degree from the University of Iowa in 1972 and in 1982 the Doctor of Chiropractic Degree from Palmer College of Chiropractic.
Gloryann enjoyed her free-time raising and riding horses. She also enjoyed raising husky dogs. She enjoyed western line dancing, and genealogy research. She loved being a chiropractor and caring for patients. She was an excellent seamstress and loved tooling leather. She always found the good in people and was a friend to all.
She was preceded in death by her husband Jack Hall, her parents and two brothers, one niece and one nephew.
She is survived by her daughter Kristin (Douglas) Kohler, Parkland, Florida and two sons National Guardsmen/RN Joshua (Ashley) Hall, Kingsport, Tennessee and Army Captain/RN Jarrod (Lauren) Hall, San Antonio, Texas; three brothers, James (Aida) Mossage, Henderson, Nevada, Thomas (Judy) Mossage, Parkview, Iowa and Jerry (Debra) Mausich, Waucoma, Iowa and one sister, Barbara (Jesse) Cordero, Blue Grass, Iowa; eight grandsons, Ian Hall, Hudson Kohler, Gabriel McKay, Gavin Kohler, Jacob Hall, Matthew Hall, Daniel Hall, Colton Hall.
The family would like to extend appreciation and gratitude to the staff of Caris Healthcare for their warm-hearted care.
Services will be held at Celebration Church, 429 Shipley Ferry Road, Blountville, Tennessee 37617 on May 16, 2018. Visitation will be from 3 to 5 pm followed by a Christian memorial and dinner. Flowers and memorials may be sent to the church. Mrs. Hall will be laid to rest alongside her family at Calvary Cemetery in Grand Mound, Iowa.
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|EULOGIES & CONDOLENCES|
||Kay (Nugent) Grillot
|Our prayers and sympathy go out to Gloryann's family. I have
many fond memories of spending time with Gloryann, especially
riding horses. We corresponded over the years, the old
fashioned way, via letters. She always sent a humorous St.
Patrick's Day card. Gloryann piqued my interest in our Irish
family history. She had such a warm, encouraging way about
her. I will miss her dearly.
Rest in peace dear cousin,
Kay (Nugent) Grillot|
|We are so very sorry for your loss. “May our Lord Jesus Christ
himself and God our Father, who loved us and gave
everlasting comfort and good hope...comfort your hearts and
make you firm.”—2 Thess. 2:16, 17|
|Gloyann was a lovely lady who loved her horses as I do.May
she Rest In Peace.|
|I worked with Gloryann at Friendship
Ambulance Service and it is sad to hear of
her passing. Gloryann was a very kind and
sweet person. Praying for the family. |
||Saundra Howell. RN
|Gloryann attended our yearly Emergency Nurses Conference
in Jonesborough sponsored by Appalachian Chapter ENA
I am the Treasurer of that group. I am so sorry to hear of her
passing. She told me last year she had been sick. She always
was so pleasant and had a smile on her face. We will miss her.
Prayers of peace and comfort for her family. May God bless
each of you |
||Barbara & Jesse Cordero
|Duerme con los Angeles. "Sleep with the Angels."
Peace and Love Beautiful Sister,
Barbara & Jesse Cordero
|My dear dear friend. I miss you already. Were it laundry day,
I could wash clothes with my tears. God has left a deep void
in my life when he took you. Dance for me in Heaven and I
will dance for you down here|
||Gail (Bein) Harmsen
|I am so sorry for your loss. My family was good
friends with the Mossages in Iowa. They were our
neighbors in the country by Walcott, Iowa. We went
to school together. I have nothing but good
memories about our times together. On behalf of
the Bein family I offer our prayers and sympthay
||Paul and Becky Campbell
|Josh and Jarrod, we are so sorry to hear that your
mom passed away. We will be praying for you and
your family. I can't believe she is gone and way
too soon. She was a very kind woman and we will
miss her. |
|Gloryann, may your soul rest peacefully in heaven
with our Lord. Love the Magee family|
||Keith and Priscilla Cordero
|We are so sorry for your loss. Gloryann was such a giving
person. One Christmas, she handmade ornaments for all our
kids. It was such a thoughtful gift. She will be missed. Our
prayers are with you all.|
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