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George E. Moxley

Augusta GA – George E. Moxley, 78, husband of Cheryl B. Moxley, entered into rest Wednesday, April 27, 2016, at his residence.

Funeral services will be held Saturday, April 30, 2016, at 2:00 PM from Stevens Creek Church SouthPoint Campus, 3358 Peach Orchard Rd, Augusta, GA, with Pastor Steve Norsworthy, Reverend Harold Jones, and Reverend Julian Robinson officiating.

Interment will follow in Hillcrest Memorial Park.

Mr. Moxley, son of the late Reverend B.G. and Frankie Mae Covenah Moxley, was a native of Swainsboro, GA, and owner of Moxley Aluminum, Inc. He was a charter member of Fleming Church of God, which became Stevens Creek Church SouthPoint Campus.

In addition to his wife he is survived by his son, George E. Moxley, Jr. (Jenny), of Martinez; his daughters Sherry Moxley, of Evans, and Kim Moxley Smith (Jim), of North Augusta, SC; his sisters, Melvie Deen Arrington, of Augusta, Peggy M. Robinson, of Cleveland, TN, and Carolyn M. Bornemann, of West Palm Beach, FL; his grandchildren, Nickie Cagle, Ashley Moxley, Hunter Moxley, Jonathan Moxley, and Trey Becton; four great grandchildren; and many special nieces and nephews.

Pallbearers will be Todd Sullivan, Jordan Cribbs II, Steve Jones, Bernard Hinson, Rusty Arrington, Dallas Copeland, William Miles, and Terry Davenport.

If so desired memorial contributions may be made to Stevens Creek Church SouthPoint Campus, 3358 Peach Orchard Rd, Augusta, GA 30906.

The family will receive friends Saturday, April 30, 2016, from 12:30 until the hour of service at the church.

Chance & Hydrick Funeral Directors, 2502 Richmond Hill Road, Augusta, GA, 30906.

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4 responses to “George E. Moxley”

  1. George Moxley was a strong and proud man. One of the most honest, dedicated, reliable and hard-working people I have ever met.
    The understatement is that he will be missed … George has left a void that will never be filled, and his many memories will live forever.
    I believe that the more often we talk about one departed, remember them, laugh, tell their stories … Then they are alive forever in our Hearts.
    The whole Moxley Family are precious to me. I love them. I miss them. And I treasure time spent, shared, and lessons learned.
    In particular my Heart is with Cheryl, Sherry, Kim & Edward. My Love & Prayers to you all. (Or should I say, All Y’All?)
    There was a time when Edward was slightly injured. He & George needed some help at Moxley Aluminum. Like an idiot, I volunteered.
    There is no wonder to me that George’s body was tired. This man was a marvel. Up & down tall ladders. Carrying and balancing heavy loads.
    Are you kidding me … ? I think I lasted two or three weeks, and needed a month to recover. George & Edward worked hard.
    George Moxley’s first dedication in his life was to Cheryl, then to his Family, Grandchildren and all.
    Sure he had favorites … But they could change week-to-week … Depending on the stories he was told.
    I Loved George Moxley.
    I will forever remember his strength, his kindness, his smile & laugh … But most of all, his Love.
    A more generous and genuine man will ever be hard to find.
    George is now peacefully in God’s Graces, with other Family Members who went before.
    Rest in Peace George. You will be kept alive in many hearts forever. And you will be an impossible act to follow.

  2. Love and prayers for the Moxley family.
    Please find comfort in knowing your Husband, Father, Brother, and Grandfather is at peace in the arms of the Lord.

  3. My thoughts and prayers are with you all. I’m a childhood friend of Kim’s and I remember Mr Moxley being a kind and gentle soul. I know how sad you all must be to have lost such a wonderful man. Be thankful for all the wonderful memories you have of him and find peace in knowing he is with our Heavenly Father walking the streets of gold and free from all pain and suffering. Love and hugs to you all, Vera Vining-Anderson.

  4. Many years have passed between Sherry and I from our school days at Gracewood Elementary, but through the wonders of Facebook we’ve been able to keep in touch. As time marches on, I have admired her career successes, her great fondness of special friends, and most especially the loving bonds of her precious family….but nothing has outshined her love of our Holy Father. I have witnessed her faith and it has inspired me on more than one occasion just when I needed it the most. It is this same faith that I call upon to wrap around Sherry and her amazing family and give them the strength to get through this heartbreaking time. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.

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