Claude Everette Moak

Published 6:00 am Monday, February 14, 2005

Services for Claude Everett Moak of Bogue Chitto are 11 a.m.,Monday, Feb. 14, at Hartman Funeral Home Chapel in McComb, withburial in Montgomery Baptist Church Cemetery. The Revs. Mike McKeeand Tim Parker will conduct the services.

Visitation is Sunday from 5-9 p.m., and Monday from 9-11 a.m. atthe funeral home.

Mr. Moak, 53, died Feb. 11, 2005, at Southwest MississippiRegional Medical Center in McComb. He was born in Bogue Chitto onJuly 30, 1951, to Troy and Verda Grace Moak.

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He worked for over 25 years at Homelite’ Textron in Brookhaven.He was a longtime employee of Mississippi Department ofTransportation, where he worked as a bridge inspector. He was alongtime member of Montgomery Baptist Church. He was a veteran ofthe U.S. Army, with service in the Vietnam Conflict.

Preceding him in death were his parents; and a brother-in-law,Jerry Dunaway.

Survivors are his wife, Darlene Studebaker Moak of Bogue Chitto;his mother-in-law, Goldie Studebaker of Troy, Ohio; his daughters,Valerie Michelle Moak and Beverly Renee Moak, both of Bogue Chitto;his sisters, Sarah Adams of Tulsa, Okla., and Etta Fay Anderson andWinnie Nell Dunaway, both of Bogue Chitto; his brothers andsisters-in-law, Carroll E. and Janice Moak, Curtis E. and BonnieLou Moak, Clyde E. and Bonnie Ann Moak, Calvin E. and Bernita Moak,Charles E. and Cynthia Moak, Clayton E. and Tracey Moak, andClarman E. and Linda Moak, all of Bogue Chitto; hisbrothers-in-law, Larry Studebaker of Sidney, Ohio, Lester “Butch”and Terri Studebaker of Pleasant Hill, Ohio, Lawrence “Wally”Studebaker of Covington, Ohio, and Roger Studebaker of Piqua, Ohio;and many neices, nephews and other relatives.

Pallbearers will be Jason Moak, Rusty Moak, Rick Studebaker,Chris Studebaker, Troy Moak and Steve Winborne. Honorarypallbearers will be Clay Roberts, Ray Simmons, George Porter, MikeWinborne and Jason Studebaker.