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Richard Muldrow

October 31, 1956 — February 8, 2022

Our hearts are tender to the passing of Richard Harlie Muldrow, on February 8, 2022. With his wife Connie and his two daughters, Kara and Kayla, by his side, he passed peacefully at his home. He was born on October 31, 1956 in Ocala, Florida where he was a lifelong resident.

He started working in the grocery business when he was 15 until he was blessed enough to turn his hobby of fishing into a profession at age 32. The “The Fishin’ Fool,” as many called him, started his business as a Professional Fishing Guide out of Yankeetown, FL on the Gulf coast. He loved taking people out fishing, seeing them relax and enjoy the beauty around them; and hopefully catch a big one! Through the years, he built many friendships with his customers. He guided for over 30 years until cancer struck and he had to retire.

He is predeceased by Barney P. Muldrow and Louise Perryman Muldrow. He leaves behind two brothers, Phil (Sandra) Muldrow and Larry (Lynn) Muldrow.  He also leaves behind the love of his life, his wife of 39 years, Connie Muldrow. His beloved  daughters; Kara (Adam) Crawford and Kayla (Brennon) Gomillion; and 6 grandkids that he absolutely adored; Cole, Abbie, Kinley, Bo, Cooper, and Parker; along with a deep love for fishing that will be carried on by his children and grandchildren for years to come.

A celebration of life will be held at 11:00 on Saturday, February 12, 2022 at Oakcrest Baptist Church with Pastor Tony Inmon officiating.

In lieu of flowers, the family is asking that you make a contribution to Oakcrest Baptist Church, Ocala, FL, in Rick’s name.

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