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350 Genesee Street
AVON, NY 14414
Phone: 585-226-2340
Fax: 585-226-3484
Kenneth Mobley

Kenneth S. Mobley

Wednesday, July 29th, 1942 - Sunday, May 10th, 2020
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Kenneth Slade Mobley

Avon, NY - Age 77. Born July 29, 1942 in Williamston, NC passed away May 10, 2020 of natural causes. Predeceased by his parents, Robert Linear Mobley and Nellie Gray Mobley; his brothers, Bobby Mobley and Billie Mobley; his sisters, Maxine Ouellette and Nelda Mobley; his former wife, Jaqueline Mobley and his granddaughter, Lael Meath.

Survived by his children, Hélène Sloane Mobley and David Bradford Mobley; his brothers, Roger Mobley and Rickey Mobley; his sisters, Ruby Coltrain, Janice Clark and Shelby Alessi; 7 grandchildren, 5 great-grandchildren and several nieces and nephews.

Ken was a grade school teacher in the Rush-Henrietta school district from 1968-1996. He started as a 6th grade teacher at the now closed Crittenden School and then transferred to Crane Elementary School where he taught 4th, 5th and 6th grade classes over the remainder of his career.

After finishing his teaching career Ken moved to Ocean Isle Beach, NC where he spent most of his retirement years. Ken was an avid golfer, at the height of his golfing adventures he played up to 5 times a week and also spent time traveling with friends to play in golf tournaments all over the south and east US coasts. He spent a lot of time going on long walks on the beach and found a passion for collecting sand dollars and sea shells which he gave to his grandkids. Ken loved and enjoyed the beach lifestyle his entire life.

Ken had a great sense of humor and loved to joke and make people around him laugh, even people he didn’t know. He had true southern hospitality in his blood and often walked up to strangers and started talking like he had known them for years.
Once he did get to know people he almost always would grant them some form of a nickname that he would then always use.

Ken loved his family and the people close to him deeply and affectionately, he will truly be missed by many.

Internment will be in Ken’s hometown of Williamston, NC after a celebration of his life, sometime this summer. There will also be calling hours in NY at a future date.
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Kenneth P Mobley

Posted at 08:40pm
Ken was a schoolmate at Williamston High School during the late 50's. Remember him well and very happy he had a successful career. God Bless and may He be with you.


Sheila Allen

Posted at 04:55pm
Sincere sympathy to those he loved and those who loved him. Ken was a very special colleague and friend. I appreciated the many times he came to my aid as a new teacher in his building. Journey well, my friend.

Naarah-Blue Meath

Posted at 12:03am
I'll never forget his love, his warmth, his acceptance and no nonsense. He was my father, mother and Grandaddy all in one. He has left a dark spot in this world, but I know he would want us to keep shining the same light and warmth he gave to all he knew.

Chali Chikasi

Posted at 12:54pm
Mr Monkey seems to have been a good man who will be truly missed by family and friends... please find comfort from an ancient book with lots of wisdom which advises that we get the Greatest comfort from God(2 Corinthians 1:3,4)

Margaret Conti

Posted at 10:24pm
This was our trip to Scottsdale AZ in February'91. Great golf, luxury accomodations and of course great company. Ken was more than a wonderful friend; he was family. On the golf course, on our boat, cooking for our many cookouts, including his sixtieth birthday party at our house; he didn't realize it was a party for him until after he volunteered to cook. In Ocean Isle, he opened his home to us and came to us when we acquirred our home. He was our friend in both parts of the country for more than thirty years. We had so many good times together and a wealth of great memories. Rest easy now, dear friend Ken.

Naarah-Blue Meath Posted at 12:06am

Grandaddy was so many things to so many people, but to everyone he was a friend and so easy to be around. Thank you for sharing this.

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