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In Memory of
Richard Clinton Mobley II
1958 - 2020
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Condolence: Stacy ~ Gary and I were just thinking about Rick last week . . . reminiscing and thinking about how we miss seeing him around. Our thoughts turned to you and we prayed that you are doing okay. We want to extend our thoughts and prayers to you and your family during this anniversary period of Rick's passing. May God continue to give each of you peace & comfort and fill your hearts with loving & cherished memories.
Condolence: Stacy and family, I am so sorry for your loss. It has been such a pleasure and an honor to have known Rick as a friend and fellow planner for +/-30 years. We first met through TxAPA, and he worked on a couple of consulting projects in my early years at the City of Victoria in the mid-90's while he was at Wilbur Smith. We stayed in contact through the years through APA and later on Facebook. About 6 years ago I decided to buy a nice BBQ pit/smoker, so I called my BBQ guru, Rick. He not only recommended his pit builder in Houston, but he met me there and helped me pick one out. He also gave me containers of his "secret" rubs and took me to lunch that day. A couple of years ago, he hauled his BBQ trailer to Halletsville to cook for my wife's niece's wedding. He was going to come cook for my step-daughter's wedding in September. I was really looking forward to spending that time with him. Rick will be missed. He was a funny, kind, gentle and generous man.
Condolence: Whenever I saw Rick in the WSA offices in Columbia or in Houston he always had I smile on his face. That is what I will remember and treasure. Rick made the world a happier place wherever he went.
Condolence: Dear Stacy and family
So sorry to hear of Rick’s passing. Let God wrap his arms around all of you and give you strength. If there is anything we can do here at the lake let us know. We’ll be praying for you. Larry and Vicki Sontag
Condolence: Stacy and Family,
Please accept our most sincere condolences. Our prayers are with you all. I will treasure the years working with Rick at WSA always. As you know, he held a wealth of knowledge in many areas of transportation, and in life, and was always willing to share it with his colleagues and friends. His kind heart and warm smile lit up the world of those who were fortunate enough to know him. He has left a great legacy, and Mike and I are proud as continued friends and fellow Aggies to have known him. "Here"
Condolence: I had the pleasure of working with Rick on several projects from across state lines while at RS&H. He had a strong passion for planning and personality as big and bright as Texas. He will be missed. Thoughts and prayers to all.
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