James Robert Bobby Moudy Jr., 46, of Brandon, d!ed at his home on Friday, April 28th, 2023. A memorial service has been planned for the future. Bobby Moudy, a father of three prominent TikTok content creators, was 46 years old when he d!ed due to suic*de.
Mr. Moudy was raised as a fervent Catholic and attended St. Thomas Catholic Church. An outdoor enthusiast participated in various hobbies such as fishing, hunting, and camping. An ardent Ole Miss supporter proudly displayed his Ole Miss cap.
Moore Funeral Service – Hattiesburg in Hattiesburg, MS, made a public notification about James Moudy’s p@ssing on Friday, April 28, 2023. Bobby is an Oak Grove High School alumni with a successful 20-year sales career.
Bobby’s touching love tale began in 1999 when he met his beloved wife while working at the Purple Parrot in Hattiesburg.
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Following several years of d@ting, they married in 2004 and were blessed with three beautiful children. A man dedicated to his roles as a spouse, father, son, and brother has p@ssed aw@y. His constant care and encouragement for his children were the source of the man’s greatest joy.
He was a passionate parent who could always be heard over the din, eagerly supporting his children in their athletic and academic endeavors from the sidelines. He took on life with an irrepressible zeal and a dazzling smile.
His daughter Kaytlin described him as the “most amazing dad, brother, uncle, and friend.” Kaytlin posted the following on TikTok:
“Bobby was a loving husband, father, brother, and friend. On April 28th, he was a victim of suici*e. Bobby was full of life and laughs but also weighed down by financial pressures. His wife, Jennifer, and their three children are in an emotional and financial crisis as he was their rock.”
Along with the message, the video included a sequence of vintage photographs of Bobby and his family and a link to a GoFundMe page in their honor.
His mother, Sandra Kay Meiners, paternal grandparents, James O. and Libby Marie Moudy, and maternal grandparents, Herschel and Virgie Kelly, all d!ed before him.
James R. Moudy Jr. of Brandon d!ed, leaving behind his wife of nearly two decades, Jennifer Moudy, and their three children, Kaytlin Moudy, Maddox “Max” Moudy, and Charleigh Moudy, all of whom still live in Brandon.
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His father, James R. Moudy, Sr., and his wife, Rondah, both of Hattiesburg, survive him, as do his sisters, Stacy Stephens and her husband, Houston Hattiesburg, Jennifer Rahaim of Hattiesburg, and Melissa Morgan of Tennessee.
Cheryl Daniel of Brandon, as well as countless nieces and nephews, grieve his de@th. Kaytlin was featured in his latest video, posted on April 26, playing an impression of the vexatious baseball fans situated next to him during one of her games, as reported by the content developer.
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