Linda M. Mossey
Linda M. Mossey, of Fitchburg, passed away Tuesday, June 15th, 2021 in UMASS Memorial Medical Center surrounded by her children. She was 57 years old. Linda was born January 25th, 1964 in Fitchburg, MA. She leaves her three children, Anthony Mossey and fiancé Amber Savoy of Gardner, MA, Angela Mossey of Gardner, MA, and Ashley Leblanc of Gardner, MA. She leaves her stepfather “dad” Armand Arsenault of Fitchburg, MA, her aunt Celine Telgarsky and husband James Telgarsky of Preston, CT, her uncle Gillis Choquette and his wife Clemence Choquette of Winchendon, MA, her uncle Luke Choquette of Leominster, MA and her aunt Jane Choquette of Leominster, MA. She also leaves three brothers, Steven Leclerc and wife Peggy Leclerc of Leominster, MA, Keith Hanson of Townsend, MA and David Leclerc of Berlin, VT.
She was predeceased by her parents, Denise Arsenault and Clement Leclerc, her aunt and uncle, Edith and Wayne Brisson, her uncle Pierre Choquette, her uncle Jacques Choquette, and her uncle Claude Choquette.
Linda was a loving and proud mother to three children, whom she gave everything she had to. She showed us what unconditional love truly meant. Family was the most important thing to her. She was the most selfless and giving person to everyone in her life, always putting others before herself. Her joy, laughter, and love will be so missed by many.
She was employed at the former Sanitoy, Inc. for 20 years, later going to work at Dollar Tree in Gardner, MA for over 20 years, becoming a store manager. Her dedication and work ethic were unmatched. Coworkers became family, customers became friends. She made her mark in the community. Anywhere she went she was recognized by people who knew her from Dollar Tree, and would always stop to talk with them.
Per her wishes, a celebration of life party will be held in her honor. It will take place on Saturday, June 26th at 3 PM and located at the South End National Club Inc., 13 Market Street, Fitchburg, MA. All who knew her are welcome.
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