Elder Ray “Bud” Moak
Services for Elder Ray “Bud” Moak of Bogue Chitto are 11 a.m.,Friday, June 20, at Bethel Baptist Church with burial in BethelCemetery. Services will be conducted by the Revs. Huey Moak, JeffDavis and Anthony Yarborough.
Visitation is Thursday from 5-9 p.m., and Friday from 8-10:30a.m., at Brookhaven Funeral Home.
Mr. Moak, 71, died June 18, 2003, at his residence. He was bornin Lincoln County on June 21, 1931, to Julius Moak and ZelmaWallace Moak.
He was a retired dairyman and owned and operated Moak’s DairyFarm for many years. He was a member of Bethel Baptist Church andwas an Army veteran who served during the Korean Conflict.
Preceding him in death were his parents; a son, Ronnie Lee Moak;a granddaughter, Katherine Michelle Moak; and a grandson, CaseyLane Sasser.
Survivors are his wife of 52 years, Faye McCaffery Moak of BogueChitto; his sons and daughters-in-law, Danny and Susan Moak, andLinda Moak Munn, all of Wesson, and Roger and Veronica Moak andTony and Jenny Moak, all of Bogue Chitto; his daughter andson-in-law, Valerie and Glyn Jones of Bogue Chitto; his brothersand sisters-in-law, Dennis and Bette Moak and Delton and DorothyMoak, all of Bogue Chitto, Delos and Geneva Moak of Brookhaven, andJames and Sue Moak of Summit; his sister and brother-in-law,Malissia and Bert Sasser of Augusta, Ga.; his grandchildren andtheir spouses, Lance and Misty Moak, Shane and Jana Moak, RustyMoak, Jennifer Moak, Ricky and Melodi Moak, Elizabeth Moak, CindyMoak, Daniel Moak, David Moak, Sarah Moak, Tammy and Vience Pevey,Karen Moak, Nicholas Jones, Amie Jones, Jonathan and Shana Sasser,and Benjamin and Chelsea Sasser; his stepgrandsons, Matt Rushingand Chris Rushing; and his great-grandchildren, Heather Moak, HannaMoak, Haley Moak, Cooper Moak, Lauren Sasser, Joshua Sasser andElizabeth Sasser.
Pallbearers will be Lance Moak, Shane Moak, Rusty Moak, RickyMoak, Daniel Moak, David Moak, Jonathan Sasser and BenjaminSasser.
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