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Kenneth Moffatt
Formerly of Clinton

Mr. Kenneth Moffatt, 86 passed away Thursday, April 24, 2014 at the VA Nursing Home in Jackson.
Visitation is 5pm – 8pm Monday at Lakewood Funeral Home, and after 10am Tuesday, April 29, 2014 at Parkway Baptist Church in Clinton. Funeral services are 11am Tuesday at Parkway with burial on Wednesday in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
Mr. Moffatt was born in Miami, Fl in 1927,his parents were the late John Moffatt and Lillian Burke Moffatt. He served our country for 20 years in the United States Navy during WWII, the Korean Conflict and the Cuban Missile Crisis. He was a retired Chief Petty Officer.
He was employed with Frito Lay for 20years then he and his wife Agnes moved to Denham Springs, LA where he retired from Wal-Mart after 28 years, he was a manager and stayed on as a Wal-mart greeter.
While living in Denham Springs he was a member of Immaculate Conception Catholic Church. He later moved back to Clinton/Jackson area as his health declined.
He enjoyed watching professional hockey, football and soccer.
He was preceded in death by his wife of 50 years, Agnes McPike Moffatt. He leaves behind his precious children; Stephen Moffatt (Margy) of CA, Neil Moffatt (Rachel) of CA, Kevin Moffatt (Carole) of Denham Springs, LA, Karen Weaber (Wayne) of Terrytown, LA, Diane Gressett(Rod) of Little Rock, MS, Teresa Sumrall (Neil) of Saudi Arabia, Denise Mraz (Darryl) of Jackson, 21 grandchildren, and numerous great-grandchildren.
In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Disabled Veterans of American or the Wounded Warriors Project.