Sally Rae Moss (Kunstler) Jellin

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Born on Dec.8, 1924, Sally died peacefully on Feb. 8, 2013 in Baton Rouge. She is survived by her sons, Tom Kunstler and JAK Kunstler, and his wife, Donna; grandchildren, Tommy Kunstler, Fritz Kunstler, Jason Kunstler, Katy Kunstler, and Jenni Kunstler Hutchison, and her husband, Jacob; and two beautiful great grandsons, River and Rowan Hutchison. She also leaves her sister-in-law, Andree Keil Moss, nieces, Margo Moss Weiner and Lisa Frank, nephews Peter Moss, II and Keil Moss and their spouses and children. Sally leaves many life-long friends and will be especially missed by her dear friend and caregiver, Cora Nealond, who could always surprise her and make her smile. She was preceded in death by two adored husbands, Albert Kunstler and Fred Jellin; her parents, Selma Elias Moss and Mike M. Moss, and her beloved brother, Peter E. (Pete) Moss. Sally was a successful businesswoman who, with her mother, owned Selma Moss, Inc., the first suburban ladies ready- to- wear stores in New Orleans. After graduating from Newcomb College, she was one of the first women ever to earn an MBA degree from the Stern School of Business at New York University. She was proud to be one of the founders of Project Learn, a televised literacy program in New Orleans and a supporter of the Mental Health Association in New Orleans. Sally was quite a "social butterfly", had a large circle of dear friends and was renowned for her fabulous cooking and entertaining. Internment Service will be held Thursday, February 14, 11:00 AM at Hope Mausoleum, 4841 Canal St, New Orleans. In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation to The Food Bank of Greater Baton Rouge, Second Harvesters Food Bank in New Orleans, or Congregation B'nai Israel in Baton Rouge.
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