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Bobbie Jean Moody

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A Private Graveside Service for Mrs. Bobbie Jean Moody will be conducted 11:00 AM Thursday, July 30, 2020 at Union Cemetery; 100 South Fairview Street, Florence, SC. Interment will follow, directed by Smith Funeral Home of Florence, LLC.

Mrs. Bobbie Jean Moody daughter of the late Frances Gurley and Robert James Davis was born April 9, 1952 in Florence County, South Carolina. She departed this life on Saturday, July 25, 2020.

Bobbie Jean was educated in the Florence County Public School System.

At an early age, Bobbie Jean attended Mount Pisgah Baptist Church in Florence, South Carolina and later joined Greater Gethsemane Apostolic Church, where she was baptized under the leadership of Bishop Kenneth J. Swaringer, Sr.

Bobbie Jean was employed with Orangeburg Trucking and also in Home Healthcare. She became owner/operator of SBM Trucking and later retired as owner/operator of Moody’s Bail Bondsman.

Bobbie Jean was preceded in death by her parents: three brothers, Nathaniel Gurley, David Gurley, and Elbert Gurley; and two sisters, Queenie Muldrow and Evelyn Washington.

Bobbie Jean leaves to cherish her memories: her husband, Deacon Sylvester Moody of the home; a daughter, Elaine (Turan) Boyd of Killeen, Texas; a son, James Alexander of Columbia, South Carolina; five grandchildren, Brianna Boyd, Tavarius Boyd, JayQuan Alexander, Jaylan Alexander, and Jayvion Alexander; six brothers, Bishop Harry Lee Brockington, John Gurley, Willie Gurley, Deacon Chuckley (Barbara) Gurley, Deacon Phillip Gurley all of Florence, South Carolina and Christopher Davis of Curtisville, North Carolina; three sisters, Elder Diann (Elder Jesse) Hairston, Denise Orr both of Winston Salem, North Carolina, and Linda Jordan of Powder Springs, Georgia; one uncle, Deacon Luwayne (Mary) Brockington of Florence, South Carolina; one aunt, Florence Grant of Florence, South Carolina; and a host of nephews; nieces; other relatives; and friends.

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Sorry for your loss. Mrs, Moody will be missed Margaret Bridges

Nov 30 -0001 12:00 AM

Mrs moody was such a big hearted sweet soul who would help anyone at anytime she will be truly missed.Henry and Sandra Harris

Nov 30 -0001 12:00 AM

Our prayers are with the Moody family and may the Lord comfort you all during the loss of your love one, from James and Regina Redden ( Rock Hill SC)

Nov 30 -0001 12:00 AM

My dear cousin and my sister in the Lord you will be forever missed but you will always be in my thoughts and my heart my God holds you in his bussom next. To Abraham always freddiejwellsninja5386

Nov 30 -0001 12:00 AM

Such a wonderful sister. Always gave advice and encouraging words. I AM GOING TO MISS YOU SO MUCH! Sis.Albertina Cameron

Nov 30 -0001 12:00 AM

Our prayers and sympathy are with the Moody family during your time of sorrow. May The Lord grant you strength to endure in your time of sorrow. Elder Roy and Beatrice Brockington

Nov 30 -0001 12:00 AM

May God give the family strength and love to get through your time of sorrow. Remembering Mrs.Bobby S.I.P.

Nov 30 -0001 12:00 AM

My sincerest condolences to the family of Sis. Moody. She greeted and welcomed me into the GGAC family and I will be forever grateful for the warmth and love she showed me. Humbly, Sis. Irma R. Wilson

Nov 30 -0001 12:00 AM

My prayers and condolences goes out to Deacon Moody, Jay, Elaine and your family. Adrian Marshall

Nov 30 -0001 12:00 AM

Our prayers and sincere sympathy to Deacon Moody, Elaine and family. What a blessing to have known and been touched by such a sweet, kind hearted and giving person such as your wife and mother. Jackie and I have known her since little girls at Mt. Pisgah. She was such a loving and caring person then and continued to be when we reconnected with her at Greater Gethsemane. She was a jewel!

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