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We require all patrons to wear a mask or cloth face covering at all times when entering our facilities. We also strongly encourage social distancing. We respectfully ask that you stay home when you are sick in an effort to keep our families and employees safe.
As you know, this is an unprecedented event and time in our state and country. We greatly appreciate everyone’s support as we continue to navigate these unfolding developments and work to keep our families and employees’ health and well-being first. We will do everything in our power to honor the wishes of the families we serve while also following local, state and national guidelines relating to the virus.
In 1927-28, Mr. Nelson sold his half to Mr. Wade Moody, and the name was changed to Moody Funeral Home. The Business was then moved to the corner of Market and Franklin Street, and Mr. Moody became the sole owner.
In 1935, Dennis W. Moody, the son of Wade C. Moody, joined his father in the business. But like his father before him, Dennis had to leave the business temporarily to serve his four years in the Armed Services.
In 1947-48, Dennis became the President of Moody Funeral Home, which then extended into Dobson, North Carolina and Stuart, Virginia. This made the total of three facilities, which is what there is today. Dennis W. Moody, Jr. joined his father in 1969-70, and was with the business until his death in 1983.
Robert H. Moody, current President, joined the firm in 1978. As we are in the fourth generation of serving the people of Northwest North Carolina and Southwest Virginia, our charge is to live up to the slogan which Dennis W. Moody, Jr. created:
"We strive for a quality of service that will give you a service of quality."