OBITUARY

Bobby Lindy McDuffie

April 22, 1934April 21, 2021
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Bobby Lindy McDuffie, 86, of Supply went to be with his Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ on Wednesday April 21, 2021 after a lengthy illness.

Mr. McDuffie was born on April 22, 1934 in Harnett County, NC, and was the son of the late Charles "Charlie" McDuffie and Annie Mae Gilcrest McDuffie. He was preceded in death by his first wife, Marie McDuffie in 1981 and was also preceded in death by a son, Michael McDuffie, grandson, John Hewett and his siblings, Juanita Byrd West, Jeff McDuffie, Joyce McDuffie, Paul "Ray" McDuffie, Faye McDuffie Rosela. Mr. McDuffie retired as a District Manager with Pine State Creamery. He was a U.S. Navy Veteran.

Bobby McDuffie’s life was characterized by a strong desire to see others excel in their life. He took an interest in all he met, and was a friend and mentor to many young people. He served as a volunteer youth leader at the Sanford Chapel and as a coach in Little League Baseball. He found great satisfaction and purpose in serving his Lord and Savior and sharing his faith. His family will greatly miss him…especially his laughter. He is survived by his wife of 38 years, Doris Robinson McDuffie; children, Tracy L. McCarthy and husband Danny of Longwood, Julie Taylor and husband Ronald of Raleigh, Wanda Smith and husband Rick of Seneca, SC, Mark McDuffie of Tabor City; grandchildren, Austin Taylor, Garrett Taylor, Evan Taylor, Dolly Taylor, Rusty Hewett, Dylan Smith, Marcus McDuffie, Mike McDuffie, Amber Allard, Erica Kayota, Jessica Kayota, eight great-grandchildren and numerous nieces and nephews.

Funeral services will be held Sunday April 25, 2021 at eleven o'clock in the morning at the Lou White Memorial Chapel of White Funeral and Cremation Service, 3660 Express Dr. Shallotte with Ronald Taylor officiating. Pallbearers will be Tommy West, Anthony Rhodes, Austin Taylor, Garrett Taylor, Evan Taylor Graveside services will follow at three o'clock at the Bethel Baptist Church Cemetery in Spring Lake, NC

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David Mashburn

April 27, 2021

I was really sorry to hear of Bobby's passing. Always fun to be around and a heart of gold. Just a really good guy. Take comfort in the fact that there is coming a great resurrection day and you will see him, and Marie, for eternity. Until then I do pray you will be keenly aware of God's presence and His everlasting arms.

Garrett Taylor

April 26, 2021

Hello, my name is Garrett Taylor. I’m Julie’s second son. I would like share a few of my favorite things about grandpa.

I was always struck by his gratitude towards God when he would pray aloud for the food. He would thank God for everybody by name and for the blessing and joy they brought into his life.

He always had something to share about God’s love for us because of Christ’s atoning work for our sins on the cross.

In our last conversation together, he told me of an occasion when I was little we went to Lake Boone to hike the trail. I gave out very early and he carried me basically all the way around on his shoulders.

The Lord used Grandpa to inspire, encourage and exhort me in Christ that carried me through times when I was weak or stuck in my walk with Christ.

His last words to me, before he said he loves me and God loves me, were to remember:
“We are not saved by works of righteousness which we have done...but with the precious blood of Christ...that we might be made the righteousness of God in him.” Titus 3:5, 1 Peter 1:19, 2 Corinthians 5:21

“You be a good boy.”

Grandpa was a believer in the Lord Jesus Christ who loved God and his grandchildren. Before he would depart, he would tell each of us “I want to know that I love you and Jesus loves you.”

Thank you.

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