Elliott Moye Rutledge

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sorry to hear about Moye,my thoughts and prayers are with you.
Bety Sue D. White

Dear Barbara and Kim:

I will be unable to attend the service for Moye, but wanted to express my deepest condolences. Moye was such a bright spot at Rotary, loved his infectious laugh. Although life will never be the same without him, I hope and pray that you will find strength during this difficult time through your memories with Moye.

Love in PEO,
Ann Wood

Our thoughts and prayers are with the Rutledge Family.

My heart aches for your loss. I cannot tell you how much I admired Moye and Barbara as a lovely and vibrant couple. It was many years before I realized that my friend and sorority sister, Melinda, was related to the Rutledges!!! (Of course, I should've known... since all are wonderful!) Will be sending loving thoughts and prayers your way. I hope the many wonderful memories you have will buoy you up in the days and months ahead!

As a voice from the distant past - best of friends at Peabody- very sorry to hear that e has passed but not surprised to read of his many accomplishments. I also remember Barbara at First Baptist Church, Nashville. My bother-in-law, Frank Dodson, was also raiselsd in Gallatin and is buried in family plot .adjacent to Elliot Sr in view of the McKoin farm. Frank's family knew the McKoins and his sister, Wilda Hudgins, still lives there. I regret not having reconnected with Moye because we had...

My sincere sympathy to Moye's Faimly and Friends. I come to Know Moye through our Soil Survey and Land Resource Workshop help at College, Texas each year. Moye knew how to have fun and enjoy himself. He will truly be missed. I felt privileged to have known him.

Our deepest sympathy and prayers to the Rutledge family.

Our deepest condolences to all who knew Moye, and especially his family.
Our ships encountered briefly in course, but we could recognize a great talent who loved his work and the people of Arkansas.
Public Health and Environmental Protection in Arkansas, as well as the Science of Pedology have lost a friend and Fellow!
Gerald K. O'Bryan, Ph.D. retired Specialist, Area I Office Arkansas Department of Health
Corliss A. O'Bryan, Ph.D. former Sanitarian, Benton County...

My sincere sympathy to Moye's family and friends. My association with Moye was when I served for my state agency on the State Sewage Septic Committee which he ably chaired for many years. His sense of wit and humor made for interesting times and I always appreciated his optimism. I feel privileged to have known him.


Elliott's Obituary

Elliott Moye Rutledge, age 77, died Tuesday February 26, 2013 at his home on Mount Sequoyah in Fayetteville, Arkansas. He was born in Gallatin, Tennessee on March 26, 1935. Dr. Rutledge was professor emeritus of Pedology, in the Department of Crop, Soil, and Environmental Sciences at the...

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