Memorial Service Set Thursday At Bradley County Courthouse For Judge Bill Moss

Tuesday, July 15, 2014

The family of the late Cleveland Municipal Judge Bill Moss will receive friends at 4:30 p.m. Thursday in the Bradley County Commission Room in the Bradley County Courthouse.

The reception and short memorial service honoring the life of Judge Moss was originally planned to be held in the municipal courtroom in the Cleveland Police Service Center, but due to size constraints, it was moved to the courthouse where Judge Moss held city court while the Cleveland Police Service Center was under construction.

The Bradley County Courthouse is located at 155 North Ocoee St.

Judge Moss died Monday morning.

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