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  • Jarvis Mobley

    Antawn Mobley

    David Martin Jr.

    Tykeith Frazier

    Marquse Hallman

    Wilbert Scott

    Anita Caldwell

    Kim Wright

    Linda Robinson

    Lashun Young

    Lawanda Jones

    Denise Jones

    You were there whenever we needed.

    You were there when you smile you held our hands as

    a child. You warm our hearts with love you filled our

    souls with peace even was there in times of our grief.

    You kept us strong in the trials of life.

    But now the lord was ready.

    Your mission was done. It’s up to us now.

    Your battle you have won.

    So no we won’t weep.

    We will forever keep you in our hearts, we will never

    know why and won’t question either.

    Just look to the sky for now God is your keeper.

    We, the family of Mrs. Eddie Lee Mobley wishes to express our appreciation

    for all the kindness, prayers, and encouragement shown during our time of

    bereavement. God bless you.

    Bostick-Tompkins Funeral Home 2930 Colonial Drive Columbia, South Carolina 29203

    Willie A. Tompkins, Director 803.254.2000

    bosticktompkinsinc.com

  • I have fought a good fight, I have finished my course, I have kept the faith: Henceforth

    there is laid up for me a crown of righteousness, which the Lord, the righteous judge, shall

    give me at that day: and not to me only, but unto all

    them also that love his appearing.

    II Timothy 4: 7-8 (KJV)

    Mrs. Eddie Lee Mobley Born February 28, 1942 in Killian, South Carolina.

    She was the beloved daughter of the late Eddie Cora Lee Jones. She

    departed this life to take up residence with her Lord and Savior on

    November 26, 2017. She was 75.

    She was educated in the Richland County public schools in the Blythewood

    area. She was a loving mother and grandmother. Eddie was a homemaker

    who prided herself on taking care of her family and loved going to church.

    And she always kept a smile on her face. She had a warm personality that

    made her a pleasant person to be around.

    Mrs. Eddie Lee Mobley leaves to cherish precious memories, her children:

    Anthony Jones, Patricia (David) Martin, and Dorothy Mobley; seven

    grandchildren; thirteen great-grandchildren; sisters: Alma Shepard, Judy

    Thompson, Beanie Mae Jones, and Sylvia Cantey; brother, Robert

    (Dorothy) Jones; nephew, Ray Anthony Mobley, and niece, Anita Caldwell;

    as well as a host of nieces, nephews, many other loving relatives, and

    caring friends, all of whom will miss her dearly. She will be greatly missed

    but never forgotten.

    She was predeceased by her husband, Paul E. Mobley, Sr.; children: Paul

    Jr., William and Betty Mobley; brothers: Leroy, Johnny, Daniel, Donald, and

    Henry Jones; and sisters: Maggie Hendrix, Fannie Moore, and Carrie Jones.

    Prelude

    Processional ................................................................................... Clergy and Family

    Hymn of Praise .................................................................................... Danny Weaver

    Scripture Readings ................................................................ Minister Sammy Bell

    Old Testament ..................................................................................... Psalm 23

    New Testament .............................................................. II Corinthians 5:1-7

    Prayer of Comfort ................................................................. Minister Greg Tucker

    Solo ........................................................................................................... Danny Weaver

    Remarks (three minutes please) .................................................. Family and Friends

    Solo ........................................................................................................... Danny Weaver

    Acknowledgments ............................................................................Latrisha Tucker

    Solo ........................................................................................................... Danny Weaver

    Words of Comfort ........................................................... Bishop Stephon Hendrix Word of Harvest Church and Ministries

    Final Farewell to Our Beloved Eddie ........................ Bostick-Tompkins Staff

    Recessional

    1101 Buckner Road • Columbia, South Carolina

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