Bobby Huntley Belk
May 18, 1933 – July 9, 2018
Bobby Huntley Belk, age 85, of Woodstock, Georgia, formerly of Mint Hill & Matthews, North Carolina, passed away on Monday, July 9, 2018.
Mr. Belk was a kind hearted man who loved making others smile, loved the Lord and caring for his family. He worked as a dock foreman for a trucking company and enjoyed collecting cars – his favorite being his ’77 red corvette – and tinkering with them when he was younger. He was considered fashionable and was a devoted husband to Susie, a fun dad for Debbie and the most loving Papa. He was a long time member of Wilson Grove Baptist Church where he served as Deacon and taught Sunday School.
Mr. Belk is preceded in death by his parents, Miller and Maude Belk, and brother, Gene Belk. His memory will be cherished by his wife of 60 years, Sue “Susie” Russell Belk of Woodstock, Georgia; daughter, Debbie Divine (Steve) of Woodstock, Georgia; sister, Elaine Morris (W.C.) of Hartsville, South Carolina; granddaughters, Jessica Harrison (Adam) of Acworth, Georgia and Christy Cochran (David) of Woodstock, Georgia; great-granddaughters, Kaylee Harrison (age 10), Anniston Harrison (age 8), Noa Grace Harrison (age 5) and Shiloh Harrison (age 2); and great-grandson, Kasen Cochran (age 1 ½).
Services will be held on Saturday, July 14, 2018 at 11:00 AM at Wilson Grove Baptist Church 6624 Wilgrove Mint Hill Road Mint Hill, North Carolina 28227 with Pastor Rob Mariucci officiating. Family will receive friends an hour prior. Interment will follow at Sunset Memorial Park. Wilson Grove Baptist Church invites family and out of state guests to enjoy fellowship and a meal after the burial.
Your choice of flowers or donations in Mr. Belk’s memory may be made to Wilson Grove Baptist Church. Lowe-Neddo Funeral Home is caring for the Belk family 704-545-3553.
- Sue Russell Belk, Wife
- Debbie Divine, Daughter
- Steve Divine, Son-in-law
- Elaine Belk Morris, Sister
- W.C. Morris, Brother-in-law
- Jessica Harrison, Granddaughter
- Adam Harrison, Grandson-in-law
- Christy Cochran, Granddaughter
- David Cochran, Grandson-in-law
- Kaylee Harrison, Great Granddaughter
- Anniston Harrison, Great Granddaughter
- Noa Grace Harrison, Great Granddaughter
- Shiloh Harrison, Great Granddaughter
- Kasen Cochran, Great Grandson
- Visitation Saturday, July 14, 2018
- Funeral Service Saturday, July 14, 2018
- Burial Saturday, July 14, 2018
- Reception Saturday, July 14, 2018
Bobby Huntley Belk
Martha & James Greer
July 14, 2018
Dearest Sue..I'm so glad I got to meet both of you.. Bob was such a pleasant uplifting man. I loved his smile and his kindness to make us welcome at church.
Please know we will keep you and your family lifted up in prayer. Praying for the comfort only Christ can bring. With all our love.
Martha and James Greer
July 11, 2018
Even though I wasn't around Bobby very often, I always heard the love in your voice when you talked about him and the trips to visit Debbie and her family. I sure enjoyed you telling about the meals he cooked for you when you were working. What a busy man he was taking care of the trailer park, the yard, and making sure the cars were spotless. Through the heart surgery and other ailments, I never heard him complain. You were a wonderful couple and I'm glad you had a lot of good times over those 60 years with family, church friends, and co-workers ... especially visiting and taking trips after retiring.
Love you dear friend. Please know you will be in my thoughts and prayers!
Beverly Dulin Stephenson
July 10, 2018
Sue and Debbie,
I am so sorry to learn of Bobby's passing. I remember his smile when I think of him. Please know you are in my prayers for peace, comfort and strength as you walk through this most difficult time of grief. God bless you and all of the family.
July 10, 2018
Debbie, Mrs. Belk and Family,
I have many fond memories of fun times spent in your home when Debbie and myself were inseparable. Thanks for allowing me to be a part of your family for all those many years. I will miss Mr. Belk and the love and care he showed to my Dad when he was in a nursing home. Visits from Mr. and Mrs. Belk really made his day. May God carry your family during this time of sorrow and may you rest in the delight that he is living with his Lord and Savior that he loved.
Becky & Tim Brown