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Richard A. "Bull" Mobley
May 4, 1959 ~ April 25, 2023 (age 63) 63 Years Old
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“Well dang folks, I walked through the veil and honestly it was beautiful and so peaceful and no pain! I see all of you down there in Asheville. So I am sitting here with two Angels sewing me white. . . . leather wings and they’re huge! My Birthday in Heaven is awesome. No pain, and so many friends are here with me that had gone on before me.”
Richard A. “Bull” Mobley took the early morning train to Heaven on April 25, 2023, at 2:38 AM. He was born May 4, 1959 in Monroe, Georgia.
He is preceded in death by his birth mother, Betty Pepperson Tillerson, and also by sisters, Becky and Teresa. His chosen parents, The Fowlers, have passed also, they raised him in Monroe, Georgia.
He is survived by his Goddaughter, Brittany Marie, chosen niece, Lorena Rice, best friend, Nathan Rice, and heart-adopted mother, Gertrude Rice, of the home, and his beloved fur son, Doodles, many cousins, nephews and treasured friends.
He was a “Rolling Stone” and lived in Asheville, North Carolina, New Orleans, Louisana, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Snellville, Georgia, Atlanta, Georgia and Marion, North Carolina. He was a Master Leather Craftsman, worked on oil rigs, was a chef, bouncer, and founded Bad Bull Leather and had leather shops in the Hitching Post, Hairspro and Scandals in Asheville, North Carolina. His leather creations are worn today and his creative art will live on forever.