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Brown Mortuary Service

299 North Market Blvd, Chehalis, WA

OBITUARY

Charles Lee Roy Mozingo II

October 30, 1960May 27, 2019

Charles (Chuck) Lee Roy Mozingo II passed over into Glory on May 27th, 2019 surrounded by his wife and children who cared for him until his passing. He was born in Sacramento, Ca., on October 30, 1960, to Dorothy Bradford of Childress, Tx., and Charles Lee Roy Mozingo, Sr., of Sacramento. He was the youngest of four children. He graduated from Childress High School, and dedicated his life to the ministry.

Chuck worked for the Public Schools of Childress in his earlier years. He most recently pastored the Apostolic Lighthouse of Longview, Wa., and was a plumber/ pipefitter by trade.

Chuck was an inspiration to many by showing his love for God and his dedication to the ministry to all those who crossed his path. His whole life was dedicated to sharing his faith, and providing a helping hand any time there was an opportunity.

Chuck is survived by his father, Charles; step- mother, Patty Mozingo; wife of 35 years, Kimberly Mozingo; five children, Amber Potts, Charles (Chuckie) Lee Roy Mozingo III, Misty Mozingo, Caleb Mozingo, and Autumn Critcher; grandchildren, Tristen Potts, Brenden Potts, Johnathen Potts, Khallen Potts, Jaxsen Potts, Kolby Mozingo, Kayden Mozingo, Kiley Mozingo, Kolton Mozingo, Skylinn Mills, and Payton Mills; and siblings, Floyd Lockridge, Rhonda Lockridge, and Esther Mozingo.

A memorial service will take place at 2 PM on Saturday, June 1, at Jesus Name Pentecostal Church1582 Bishop Rd, Chehalis. Refreshments will follow at the Fellowship Hall, located on the church grounds.

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Steve Arter

June 3, 2019

Little did I know that the time we first met at Youth Quest 2006, you would impact my life and the life of my family. You taught me and showed me how to be sensitive to the Holy Ghost. I was honored that you trusted me with your congregation. From the time you prayed for me at a Men’s Meeting in Shelton in 2012 to the time we spent in the War Room just weeks ago, we held a special bond. I am forever changed because you called me friend.....Here we go!

chris witt

June 3, 2019

My special memory is of Brother Mozingo singing "you've got to be in the ship with the Master Sailor if you want to sail on life's stormy seas, there's no room for middle of the road.Christianity". He was a soul-winner. Never held back on witnessing to someone. Never.

Rebecca Keech

June 2, 2019

Bro. Mozingo was one of my Sunday school teachers. His influence on my life has allowed me to be impactful to our people and youth. I remember when he stood up and preached Acts 2:38 during the Jesus of Nazareth play. I remember his message “Pour it out” and “In the midst of the storm.” God used him and I’m forever changed because of his willingness to be used.

Amber Potts

June 2, 2019

Daddy,
I saw more of your heart in the last year than I did in my whole adult life. I admire your strength, your grit and your love for people great and small. You are prime example of what God can do with a broken life and heart and turn that heart into gold. I was just listening to the song you wrote and sang for my wedding (almost 19 years ago) . One of the things you sang was “time just slips away but you’ll always be daddy’s little girl” . Well here we are again and time has slipped away and just like I will always be your little girl, you will always be my big strong daddy. I love you and miss you so much.

Amber Potts

June 2, 2019

Amber Potts

June 2, 2019

Amber Potts

June 2, 2019

Misty Mozingo

June 1, 2019

Dad,
You not only showed me how to live but you showed me how to die. You loved with your whole heart. You had unwavering faith. You were loyal to all and spoke truth and were never one to get entangled in negativity. You helped others to believe they could become. You reached out to the broken and hurting. You gave and you believed in giving to others and God because you knew it would be returned in greater ways. Your passion was serving God, loving people, reading the word, praying and letting the tears fall, and singing the beautiful songs of Zion.
Dad I know you did not want to go. I know there was more you wanted to do here but there were so many lives you changed. Over just the passed couple months, I have felt a change within myself. A softening, a love for Jesus and his people, a boldness to be more for God.
There are moments I wondered why? But I believe there is a greater, more beautiful story that is and has been unfolding within our church walls and within our family.
I love you dad.

❤️ Misty

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