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Douglas A. Moss, a resident of Delray Beach, Florida, died on November 6th, 2019 at the age of 78. Funeral services arranged by The Dorfman Chapel.

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Location of Service:
A Private Service will be held at the Davidson/Hermelin Chapel of Clover Hill Park Cemetery
Date of Service:
Sunday November 10th, 2019
Time of Service:
Interment at:
Clover Hill Park, 2425 E 14 Mile Rd, Birmingham, MI
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Rabbi Michael Moskowitz  
Shiva Information:
The family will be sitting on Sunday, beginning at 6:00PM through the evening at the residence of Mara and Andrew Moss, 2571 Kent Ridge Ct. Bloomfield Hills MI 48301 Phone: (248) 594-7171.

Religious services will be held on Sunday evening at 7:00PM.  
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Charitable contributions:
Pancreatic Cancer Action Network
1500 Rosecrans Avenue, Suite 200
Manhattan Beach, CA 90266
Phone: (310) 725-0025 Toll Free: (877) 573-9971

or to Jewish Family Service
6555 W. Maple Rd.
West Bloomfield, MI 48322
Phone: (248) 592-2300

1191 East Newport Center Drive Suite 107
Deerfield Beach, FL 33442
Toll Free: 877.495.8100 Fax: 954-425-8102 Phone: 954-425-8100  

Family Members:
Douglas Moss passed away November 6, 2019. He was the beloved husband of Sue Moss of 52 years. He was the son of the late Dr. Harry Moss, and the Late Faye (Moss) Fishman. Douglas was the brother of the late Rosalind Kahn, and brother-in-law of the late Richard Kahn. He was the cherished father of Faylyn and Danny Kaufman and Mara andAndrew Moss. Douglas was the adored grandfather of Isabelle& Hannah Kaufman and Samantha & Nathan Moss.

Family was always Douglas’s number one priority. He took great pride in raising his children to be kind, compassionate and charitable, and marveled when he saw these traits in his grandchildren.
Smile is a word synonymous with Douglas. People gravitated to him because his smile would light up a room. He was an outstanding listener and always knew the right words to make people feel good.
Douglas was President of Northwest Cone Company in Detroit, which was a division of The Maryland Cup Corporation. His company baked sugar cones and cake cones which had the famous EAT IT ALL trademark. His state-of-the art facility supplied ice cream cones to the entire mid-west, with his factory running 24 hours a day during the summer months. The EAT IT ALL cone still exists today under the Keebler umbrella. He treated all of his employees as family members, and served the corporation until it was sold in 1983.
Douglas embraced his community of friends, and he cherished each of these relationships.  

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