A memorial fund has been set up for Oilers legend Joey Moss

Photo via Edmonton Oilers

We’re sure you’ve already heard about it, but the legendary dressing room attendant for the Oilers, Joey Moss, passed away on Monday, October 26th. Joey spent 35 years with the Oilers, and Edmonton’s CFL team, and earned a wide array of awards and public support during his time with the teams.

That includes being inducted into the Alberta Sports Hall of Fame and an NHL All-Star Award. But more importantly, Moss became a symbol for sports lovers in Edmonton and beyond. Frankly, it was hard to ignore someone with such a positive outlook. And, it’ll be even harder to forget his legacy.

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So, with that in mind, the Winnifred Stewart Association has created the ‘Joey Moss Memorial Fund’. This fund is dedicated to advocating for the employment and meaningful involvement of those with mental disabilities. What’s more, the Moss family has specifically requested that people make donations to this fund, instead of sending flowers or stuff like that.

More people like Joey need to be out and about in the world, so, consider making a donation to this memorial fund. For more information, just click here. And if you’d like to read the official eulogy, click here.