Moss honored by CT Press Club

Marven Moss, center, with Kevin Daly, left, and John Babina showing off their book, Monroe Through Time II.

A local longtime author and editor has been recognized yet again.

Marven Moss earned first-place honors in the 2018 Connecticut Press Club Communications Contest for “Non-fiction Books for Adult Readers — History” for his work on Monroe Through Time II (John Babina did most of the contemporary photography for the book, and Kevin Daly the same on the research) and for “Book Edited by Entrant” for Bernie Sippin’s book Bernie: The Time of My Life. During his career, Moss has earned 14 writing/editorial awards.

Moss has spent more than 25 years in communications, spending time in both the corporate sector — with 21 years as a spokesperson for Brink’s Inc. — and reporting and editing with such companies as the New York Times and the Canadian Press, the Associated Press affiliate in his native Canada. During his time, Moss has interviewed such luminaries as Bob Hope, Jackie Gleason, Bobby Fischer, Muhammad Ali, Yogi Berra, Joe DiMaggio, Jack Nicklaus, Sam Snead, Arthur Ashe, and Jack Kramer.

He is co-founder of the Monroe Land Trust and Tree Conservancy, a commissioner of the Lake Zoar Authority, and a member of the Connecticut Zebra Mussel Task Force, Pequonnock River Institute and Monroe Conservation & Water Resources Commission.


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