Vivian Moss graduated from Cashmere High School in 1936 after completing a very active High School career. She then attended Eastern Washington University and received her B.A. in Education. After holding other teaching positions within the state she returned home to Cashmere where she taught high school English and Physical Education. During her time at CHS, she was girls' tennis coach and girls’ club advisor along with playing an active role in many other clubs and athletics.
Mrs. Moss was also a very active member of the community. She started Womens’ Tennis, was a P.T.A member, took part in Orthopedic Guild, and was a Chelan County Museum and Habitat Volunteer. She also spent many hours working as the Episcopal Church Librarian.
Her time and dedication to our school and community will not be forgotten, and will be appreciated for many years to come.
We proudly welcome Vivian Moss to the Cashmere High School’s Wall of Fame.