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Richard Mooneyhan

Richard Allen Mooneyhan

Friday, November 23rd, 1951 - Wednesday, April 24th, 2019
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Obituary

Richard Allen Mooneyhan went home to be with Jesus in Heaven on April 24. He was born November 23, 1951 in Chicago, but grew up in West Memphis, Arkansas. He was preceded in death by his father, Chester, his brother Dennis, and his granddaughter, Grace Force. He is survived by his mother, Ann Carnell and sister Debra Whitaker, both of West Memphis. Also survived by his wife of almost 49 years, Anna Rose, sons, Doug of Ocala; Andrew of St. Augustine; Jon (Tonda) of Palm Coast, and daughter, Melody Force and son-in-law Raymond of Ocala. Also surviving are grandchildren, Mark (Rossi) of Lakeland; Rachel, Lydia, Mary, Caleb, Joshua and Matthias Force of Ocala; Joseph, Zackary, Frank and Faith Mooneyhan of Ocala; Emily and Brandon Mooneyhan of Palm Coast; Harmoni Mooneyhan of St. Augustine, Kloie and Klaiton Mooneyhan Thomason of Rhode Island; and Jackie Osborne of Ocala.


Richard was a Baptist preacher for over 50 years. He was passionate about God and many other things including good, Bible preaching; prophecy; the King James Bible; Southern Gospel music; missions and missionaries; Arkansas Razorbacks; his country, but most of all about his children and grandchildren. Give him a minute and he would be bragging about one of his grandchildren. He loved telling a great joke or funny story, and delighted in telling people how old he was. He was also known for telling spoonerism stories.


A celebration of life will be held on Saturday, May 18, at 4 PM at the Ocala Seventh Day Adventist Church at 415 NE 41st Ave. In lieu of flowers, the family asks that donations be made for Bibles to missionaries in Richard’s memory to BEAMS (Bible Education and Missionary Service), PO Box 10200, Gulfport, MS 39505.
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Service Details

  • Service

    Saturday, May 18th, 2019 | 4:00pm
    When
    Saturday, May 18th, 2019 4:00pm
    Location
    Ocala Seventh Day Adventist Church
    Address
    415 NE 41st St.
    OCALA, FL 34470
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Nancy Wiest

Posted at 01:50pm
AnnaRose and children, so sorry to read this about Bro. Richard. I have lots of laughable memories of morning teachers devotions. I can still see that ugly red razorback sitting on his shelf. Then there was choir. . . Oh my, thank you for sharing in all of our lives.
Sincerely, Nancy and Steve Wiest
CS

Carol Santana

Posted at 12:27pm
Dear Mrs. Mooneyhan and Family, I am so sorry about your loss of Mr. Mooneyhan. In reading his obituary, I appreciated his love of family and for God's word the Bible. We can all take comfort in verses such as Revelation 21: 4 where we read that 'tears, death, sorrow shall be no more'.(KJ) It's comforting that since we know these conditions do not exist in heaven, then this verse is speak about conditions here on earth that will be done away with. Jesus also promised a resurrection of our loved ones at John 5:28-29. He showed what he will do when he resurrected Lazarus and others back to life on earth. Other comforting verses are; Isaiah 33:24; 25:8; and my
favorite; Job 10, 12-15 (KJ). May these verse bring you comfort now and in the days to come. Sincerely Mrs. C. Santana.
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