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This memorial website was created in the memory of our loved one, Richard H. Mobley who was born in United States on September 22, 1930 and passed away on May 23, 2002 at the age of 71. We will remember him forever.  Here is a copy of the obituary that ran in the Tampa Tribune on 05/26/02: 

MOBLEY, Richard Harold, 71, a professional harmonica player and retired Sears technician, passed away May 23, 2002. A native of Hornel, New York, he moved to Ocala, Florida in 1996. He was formerly of Tampa, where he resided from 1946-1996. He served in the US Air Force during the Korean War and was a licensed funeral director for 26 years. Mr. Mobley was a member of Queen of Peace Catholic Church of Ocala, a founding member and past president of Tampa East Sertoma Club and Tampa Bay Harmonica Club, a member of S.P.A.H. (Society for the Preservation and Advancement of the Harmonica), and a member of On Top of the World Flying Club. His proudest accomplishment was playing the harmonica during the 70's and 80's with his family, in a group he created called the Harmoni-Kids. He is survived by his wife, Milagros Mobley of Ocala; three daughters, Susan Guidi of Tampa, Theresa Millay of Orlando, and Christine Mobley of Tampa; three sisters, Carol Princiotti of Connecticut, Irene Gillette of Pennsylvania and Dianne Calderazzo of Tampa; and eight grandchildren. Contact family for information regarding memorial mass. Arrangements by Hiers-Baxley Funeral Services, TimberRidge Chapel provided information
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Words From an Angel   / Jean Claude Guidi (Grandson)
Words from an Angel
The electrified crowd was screaming all around the stadium. They were all anxiously waiting for the performers to make their entrance.

My mother and I gingerly make our way to the seats labeled on the ticket. Row...  Continue >>
I Miss You   / Theresa Millay (Daughter)
There is not a day that goes by that I don't miss you.  I miss how you always made me laugh.  I miss the funny comments about Momma.  I miss calling you about every little problem that cropped up in my life.  I think of you often....  Continue >>
I remember  / Carol (Mobley) Princiotti (Sister)
Dear Dick:I remember..........when Mom left you to babysit me. To this day I expect to find coffee grounds at the bottom of my glass of milk.I at Lake George and your visits to "the farm" after I went there to live with Gr...  Continue >>
A Tribute to My "Daddy"  / Susan Guidi (First Daughter)
To the man I loved more than life.My Dad was my hero,a man who could never do wrong in my eyes.This used to make my Cuban Mother crazy but I just adored him.And in some bizarre way I turned out to be so much like him.He loved music,in fact to this da...  Continue >>
RE: SPAH CONVENTION   / Danny Wilson (Friend/Fellow Harmonica Player)
SPAH Convention Memories    Terry, Susan and Dick MobleyLincoln InnLincoln Park, MichiganOctober 17, 1975Photo by Danny Wilson
This Is Only His Box. The Sheep You Asked For Is Inside.  / Theresa Mobley Millay (Daughter)    Read >>
I met Dick Mobley in Chile / Jorge Sergio Melendez (Trio Alegro Harmonica Player)    Read >>
Dick Mobley Gone  / Danny Wilson (Friend/Fellow Harmonica Player)    Read >>
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Richard's Photo Album
Richard Mobley - Riding Schwinn Banana Bike in Tampa - 1964
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