Bobby Eugene Musselwhite

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Bobby Eugene Musselwhite

July 22, 1934 - October 02, 2018

Bobby Eugene Musselwhite Bobby Eugene Musselwhite, 84, of Thomasville Ga passed away Tuesday, October 2, 2018 at Cross Landings Health and Rehabilitation Center in Monticello, FL. Mr. Musselwhite will be laid to rest at the Laurel Hill Cemetery in Thomasville Ga.

Bobby Musselwhite was born July 22, 1934 in Thomasville Ga. He is preceded in death by his parents Thomas David Musselwhite and Winnie Ruth Chappell Musselwhite, brothers Bill "Billy Boy"Musselwhite, Luther "Ryals" Musselwhite, John "Pee Wee" Musselwhite, Jerry Clifton
Musselwhite, and sisters Clora "Ruth" Musselwhite Deese and Wynelle Musselwhite Mitchell. Mr. Musselwhite is survived by one brother Thomas "Tim" and sister-in-law Ramona Musselwhite of Cumming Ga; Sister-in-law Cherrie Musselwhite of Brookfield, Ga.

All of the Musselwhite boys were legends of the Thomasville High School Bulldogs.

Bobby Musselwhite never married nor had children of his own, but all of his nieces and nephews grew to love and appreciate the kindness and time he spent with them during their childhood. He was a veteran of the United States Army and graduated from college in 1960 with a degree in Electronics and Communications. He worked as a licensed electrician throughout his lifetime including work on many film sets throughout the southeast Miami Florida area, where he met many film stars during his career.

Bobby loved animals and often would bring home strays and treated them like they were part of the family. Bobby also loved to garden where he always shared the fruits of his labor with family and friends. Never a time in the Musselwhite home without grapes!

Memorial gifts may be made to the ASPCA on behalf of Bobby Musselwhite. www.aspca.org
Published on February 1, 2019
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