Mabel Evans Mooney

June 27, 1936 - September 4, 2018
Mabel Evans Mooney

Mabel Evans Mooney, 82, of Bolivia passed away Tuesday, September 4, 2018 at Universal Health Care.

Mabel was born on June 27, 1936 the daughter of the late Sonny and Elnita Register Evans. She was a seamstress and made drapes for many of the homes in Brunswick County. She was also preceded in death by her husband Devaun Mooney, Sr., and brothers Boyd Evans and Marvin Evans.

Surviving are a her sons Devaun Lee Mooney, Jr. and wife Karen, and Mike Mooney and wife Annette of Bolivia. Four grandchildren Kent Mooney, Michelle Skaggs, Jessica Johnson and Nicole Loper, and three great-grandchildren Dean Mooney, Wyatt Mooney and Rowan Skaggs. She also leaves behind sisters Carolyn Evans and Marie Milligan both of Thomasville, NC.

Mabel was a faithful member of Antioch Baptist Church where a funeral service will be conducted 2:00 PM Friday September 7, 2018. Burial will follow in the church cemetery.

The family will see friends at the church prior to the service from 1:00 PM until service time. Reverend Ronald Long will officiate the service.

Please make memorial donations to Antioch Baptist Church or Gideon’s International.

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  • September 07, 2018
    Bill and Norma Beck says:
    Dear Devaun & Mike and all your family members, We are so sad to hear of the death of your mother. We did not know anything concerning it until a few munites ago. Our grandson,Jason came by when he got off work to ask what was going on with people dressed as if going to church . What was going on. We don't have any windows on the Blockhouse side of the street so we never see what is happening there. We found info on the computer so we are sending this message. Julie our daughter called to ask why there were so many cars at Mabel's yesterday or the day before, I looked from our back yard and I thought it was Mablel's sister who comes to visit her. She always stays several days to do yard work and etc. so I didn't think anymore about it. Had we known, we would have come over there to express our condolences. We are sorry that we didn't. Bill is not well - he has had to have a pacemaker put into his chest among other problems and I have some problems also. We are just getting old but that is part of living we have to go through. Again; we are sorry that you have lost your mother. I know that God will help you to get through this. Sincerely and with love, Bill & Norma