Frank
MOODY, FRANK ALEXANDER, Born in Salt Lake City, Utah on January 17, 1909, died at age 93 1/2 years on December 13, 2002. He was a resident of Redondo Beach and retired from Southern California Edison Company after 41 years of service. Survived by his wife, Betty, of 67 1/2 years; daughter Jeannie Watt Lindberg of Redondo Beach, son, Frank Moody, Jr. of Bakersfield; Grandchildren, Frank Watt of Torrance, Gordon Watt, Jr. of Redondo Beach, Robert (Bea) Watt of Torrance, Chris Watt of Hermosa Beach, Robin (Bobby) Aldridge of Bakersfield, Karen (Ryan) Wegis of Bakersfield, and Kellie (Frank) Durazo of Turlock. Great grandchildren; Jordan Lee of Bakersfield, Timmy and Nichole Durazo of Turlock and Makayla Watt of Torrance. Services will be on Tuesday, Dec. 17, 2002 at 11:00 at the chapel on the grounds of Pacific Crest Cemetery , 2701 W. 182nd St.,(at Inglewood Ave.) Redondo Beach, CA 90278 Burial will follow at Pacific Crest Cemetery in Redondo Beach. A reception following the burial will be held at the Torrance home of Robert and Bea Watt.

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  1. My Grandpa- The strongest man i\’ve ever known. Although my heart aches for him, I have peace knowing he is at home with the Lord. We will all miss him so much, but will forever remember him and everything he taught to us and everything he meant to us. I love you Grandpa and will carry you in my heart forever. Robin

  2. I wasn\’t able to know my grandpa as well as the rest of my family, but he accepted me as if I had grown up with him and grandma. And for that alone I have intense love for both my grandparents. I have comfort knowing I will someday see him and be able to know the wonderful person he was. Until then grandpa…..Psalms 37:9-11&29 and Rev.21:3&4. My love to all of my family.

  3. Though we didn\’t know him well, we feel Mr. Moody\’s greatest pride was in his family. It is a wonderful testament to him that all are happy, successful people who will carry his memory in their hearts.

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