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In Loving Memory

Moody, Billy R.


Moody, Billy Ray, passed away on December 30, 2023.

Beloved husband of Constance Moody (nee Ballew) for 61 years; loving father of Donna Duspiwa; cherished grandfather of David Duspiwa; dear brother of Charles (the late Susie) Moody, Dorris (Bill) Long and the late Garner Moody and Morris Moody; dear brother-in-law of Paula (Gene) Hammons, Ronald (Mary) Ballew and Chip Ballew; our dear uncle, cousin and friend to many.

Mr. Moody taught at Hancock Place High School for 33 years and was a Veteran of The United States Marine Corps.

Services: A Celebration of Life will be held at a later date. A Kutis South County Chapel Service.


18 thoughts on “Moody, Billy R.”

  1. My sympathies and prayers to Bill’s family. I taught with him for four years. He cared about students and their learning. Good man.

  2. Sempre Fi Bill, I enjoyed my time at Hancock because of his graciousness, a good guy and very caring person. He was what was good about the school and the Marine Corps.

  3. Mr. Moody was always a great and funny guy and great teacher. One thing that momentarily comes to mind, is that he always got my girlfrend and I mixed up, and would call each of us the other one’s name. None the less, he was a great person and will be terribly missed by all. Rest in peace, Bill, until we all meet again.

  4. Bill was a great example to our late son Ryan Faulstich. Ryan enjoyed his company when he would visit along with good friend Dave. Bill will be missed and always remembered.

  5. Prayers for the family! Bill was a great person and teacher. I will miss his great sense of humor. Rest in peace my friend.

  6. Bill was a teacher when I was a student and a fellow teacher when I was a teacher there. I don’t think you could ever meet a nicer guy. Bill had a tremendous sense of humor and could tell jokes nonstop. He always kept you laughing. A truly great person.

  7. My prayers for the family. Bill was a very special friend to me and I am very grateful to have had him and Connie a part of my life.

  8. Semper fi Marine! He is responsible for my love of chess and a great influencer of my love of reading. He took me under his wing and gave me a place where I could be me. Rest in peace Good sir!

  9. Prayers for the family
    I thought he was a great teacher
    He helped me in my sophomore year by letting me copy his lessons in my business office classes
    I really appreciated his sense of humor

  10. Bill was a great friend and always helped the other person. Connie and I have been friends for 56 years.
    Bill will be missed.
    Rest in peace.

  11. We go through life meeting many people that come & go. Bill was one that I was blessed to have the pleasure of knowing! He was always friendly and funny!
    Love & prayers for you Connie.


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