|Birth: ||Oct. 25, 1946|
West Virginia, USA
|Death: ||Jul. 12, 1994|
Rebecca ("Becky") Lynn Fillinger Moody was the youngest daughter of Enoch Rice Fillinger (b 6-1-1900, d 4-11-1978) and Lora Lee Hager Fillinger (b 1-16-1902, d 1-17-1995). Her siblings included Nancy Fillinger Thomas (b 5-5-1921, d 12-2-1994), Ruby S. Fillinger Webb (b 12-24-1923, d 9-4-1997), Ethel Fillinger Durrance (School Nurse, Flagler-Palm Coast HS, b 1-27-1928, d 1-18-1983), Homer Fillinger (b 1-11-1930, a US Army paratrooper and Cold War/ Korean War Veteran, d 2-5-2008), Nadine Fillinger Nipper (b 5-27-1933, d 4-27-2006), Cora Fillinger Adams (b 9-22-1936), Bessie Fillinger Thompson (b 12-11-1939), and Betsy Fillinger Spivey (b 12-11-1939). Her 1st husband was Charles R. Mutter (b 6-17-1942, d 1-5-2006), a steel worker, giant crain operator and truck driver. Her 2nd husband was Larry S. Moody, Sr, a 33 year veteran Florida law enforcement officer who served with Putnam County Sheriff's Office, Flagler County Sheriff's Office, Flagler Beach Police Department and the 7th Circuit's Office of the State Attorney. She had one daughter, Susan M. Mutter Barzelogna. Rebecca served Flagler County, Florida as a Deputy Sheriff and Police Dispatcher with the Flagler County Sheriff's Office, and as a Nurse's Aide with Bunnell General Hospital. She also retired from Flagler County government as an Assistant Clerk of Court. She assisted her father's business enterprises as a bartender and family trailer park business partner, and operated a poultry business. Becky's Drive-In, owned by her parents in Chapmanville, West Virginia, was named after her, the "Baby of the Family." I remembered her for her great fondness of a tight card game, her wizardry in a kitchen, her love of Halloween and Christmas, her love of a fried bologna sandwich and a cold Pepsi with peanuts in it, and the way she treasured Scruffy (her Cocker Spaniel) and her daughter. She loved a heavily decorated Christmas tree and when she lost the mobility to decorate her own, she supervised my decoration of her tree, and liked it so heavily laden with garlen and icicles that you could scarcely see the green underneath. She also loved a game of billiards, and after we got a pool table, she often complained on long shots that her eyes weren't what they used to be, "That's a lot of green," but very seldom ever missed. She was afflicted with debilitive arthritis and severe diabetes, causing her to medically retire and it ended her life with renal failure at a very young age. I knew Mom Moody before I ever met my wife, and those who were lucky enough to know her could not help but be amazed at her talent, love of family and her radiant smile. At her viewing, her casket was protected by an Honor Guard from the Flagler County Sheriff's Office, providing an unforgetable salute to honor their departed comrade. God bless you, Mom Moody. I'll never forget you.
LIFE: 47 Years, 8 Months, 17 Days
CAUSE OF DEATH: Diabetes/ Heart Disease/ Renal Failure
Debbie Queen Lewis, God bless you and thank you for sponsoring this Memorial.
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Enoch Rice Fillinger (1900 - 1978)
Lora Lee Hager Fillinger (1902 - 1995)
Charles Russell Mutter (1942 - 2006)*
Larry Sam Moody (1943 - 2014)*
Ethel Victoria Fillinger Durrance (1928 - 1983)*
Homer Vaughn Fillinger (1930 - 2008)*
Rebecca Lynn Fillinger Moody (1946 - 1994)
Precious Mommie - We love you.
Craig-Flagler Palms Memorial Gardens
Created by: Richard S. Barzelogna
Record added: Feb 10, 2003
Find A Grave Memorial# 7172971
God bless you on this warm spring day. Caleb attended Orientation and registered for his Freshman Year at Palatka HS. Your grandson's growing up. Rest in Peace, Mom.|
Richard S. Barzelogna
Added: Apr. 7, 2015
Debbie Queen Lewis
Added: Apr. 5, 2015
"And they found the stone rolled away fom the sepulchre. And they went in, and found not the body of Lord Jesus. And it came to pass, as they were much perplexed thereabout, behold, two men stood by them in shining garments: And they were afraid, and bowe...(Read more)|
Richard S. Barzelogna
Added: Apr. 5, 2015
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