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Robert Mudd’s Obituary

June 6, 2013

Many of you will remember Robert Mudd. He is a member of Trinity, although he has been gone for about a year. His passing is a sad one for our church and one that is especially sad for TrinKids. During his time in Tuscaloosa, he was heavily invested in the lives of our children. He served most every week at TrinKids PM, helping to lead our sports club. He was a favorite of many children and has been and will be missed by many here, especially myself. Below is his obituary, which was in the paper today. I invite you and your children to come to his memorial service tomorrow as we celebrate this man and the life he lived in service to Trinity. 

ATLANTA, Ga. Robert Hiden Mudd III, age 30, of Atlanta, Ga., died June 4, 2013. Memorial services will be 2 p.m. Friday at Trinity Presbyterian Church in Tuscaloosa.

He was preceded in death by his grandfather, Dr. Robert H. Mudd, and his grandmother, Emelil Mudd Williams.

Survivors include his mother and stepfather, Kimberly Gambril Kirk and William Lifford Kirk of Tuscaloosa; his father and stepmother, Robert Hiden Mudd Jr. and Barbara McLean Mudd of Point Clear; his sisters, Allison Mudd Papaleo (Justin M. Papaleo) and Amy Turner Kirk, all of Tuscaloosa; his stepsister, Sadie McLean Cooper (Scott Hall Cooper) of Point Clear; his stepbrother, Charles Elliott McLean of Point Clear; his grandfathers, Donald Lee Gambril of Tuscaloosa and Darden Homer Williams of Birmingham; his grandmother, Teddy Janaes Gambril of Tuscaloosa; his uncles, Gregory Lee Gambril (Julie B. Gambril) of Tuscaloosa and Troy Alan Gambril (Joan L. Gambril) of Birmingham; his aunt, Margo Mudd Walter (Frank J. Walter III) of Montclair, N.J.; and numerous loving cousins.

He was a graduate of Tuscaloosa Academy Class of 2001. He was a member of Theta Chi Fraternity and graduated as a member of Phi Beta Kappa from the University of Alabama in 2005.

In lieu of flowers, please consider making donations to Teen Challenge.

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