Russell Mobley (of Gypsum)

Born: Tue., Aug. 24, 1971
Died: Sun., Aug. 11, 2019


Private Interment


Visitation

2:00 PM to 3:00 PM, Sat., Aug. 17, 2019
Location: Calvary Christian Fellowship in Gypsum


Funeral Service

3:00 PM Sat., Aug. 17, 2019
Location: Calvary Christian Fellowship in Gypsum


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Russell R. Mobley, II

 

Left this life on August 11, 2019 in Gypsum, Colorado after a UTV accident.  Russell died unexpectedly, doing what he loved in our mountains, where he lived with his wife and step-children.  

He was born on August 24, 1971, in Texarkana, TX.  He graduated from Tupelo High School, in Tupelo MS, in 1990.   He graduated from Texas A&M University in 1994 with a major in Computer Science.  He pursued a career in Computer Technology first with Nortel in Dallas and then as a contractor with a third-party vendor in Denver, CO.  
Russell was always active in sports – baseball and soccer during his early school years and then concentrating mainly on soccer.  Russell and his high school friends Ralph and Amy, drove to Colorado for winter break his first year in college and he fell in love with the state.  He loved skiing and the blue sky and the mountains and the true seasons.  He lived in a basement apartment with his friend Susanna for several years.  Eventually, he bought a condo in the middle of downtown Denver – The Spire.  2015 was a really good year for Russell:  he began working for his current employer, AutoDesk, and has been so blessed by the organization.  Then, the best time of his life came when he met Dana.  And his life for the past four years has been the happiest of his whole life.  
Russell is survived by a host of the most amazing, caring and loving friends anyone could ever hope for, his Mother-in-law Cathy Spears and brother-in-law Duston Spears, Nephews Shawn Ellis, Stephen Ellis, Seth Ellis, Niece, Megan Ellis; his step-Dad, Pete Romanyak (and family: Colin, Jennifer, Shelby, Morgan, Kylie, Logan Carrell); his brother-in-law Michael Ellis, his sister Cristy Ellis, his step-children: Grayson Hyatt and Aberle Hyatt; his mother Susan Romanyak and the love of his life, Dana Hyatt-Mobley.
Russell would want all of us to be happy for the memories, in keeping his love for life alive in our own hearts, always and forever.
A Nursery will be provided during the service on Saturday.


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Chriatina Rago
   Posted Thu August 15, 2019
We met Russ a month ago on our annual trip to Co. Of course went riding and had an awesome time with he and Dana. His smile was so contagious and his love for adventure and fun were inspiring. He will be truly missed. Our love and prayers for his family and all of his close friends.

Ina McBride
   Posted Thu August 15, 2019
My heartfelt sympathy to all those who knew and loved Russell - especially to my dear friend, his mother, Susan. I send prayers for love and healing to all those left behind.

Lori Richardson
   Posted Thu August 15, 2019
Dana, we are so sorry for your loss. We never met Russell but I know through your Mom he was indeed your soulmate. You will always carry him in your heart and he will always be with you as your guardian angel.

Prayers, love and hugs to you, your Mom and your children.

Annie Majors-Alexander
   Posted Thu August 15, 2019
Sounds like your bother was a Wonderful guy, a fun loving guy Dr Ellis. I wish you & your family Blessings of Comfort. I'm sure your Brother is A shining Star above right now.

Nadim & Azmeena Shabout
   Posted Thu August 15, 2019
We are so saddened by this news. We both worked with Russell at BNR/Nortel and always enjoyed his company. He also traveled to Nortel soccer tournaments overseas with Nadim a few times and played on the Nortel team. He was a such a great guy and we often spoke about him and our wonderful days at Nortel. We pray for the family to give them strength with the loss and pray that Russell rests in Eternal Peace.

Genie Stepp Rogers
   Posted Thu August 15, 2019
Dana so sorry for your loss. I graduated with Russell at tupelo high School. He was such an awesome guy. Everyone loved him. You and your family are in my prayers 🙏

Karen barbe
   Posted Thu August 15, 2019
Dana, I'm so sorry for your loss. I only knew Russell for short time but what I know of him he was an awesome friend, husband, and a wonderful step dad. Stay strong, keep his memories near and dear to your heart. I have you in my prayers and thoughts everyday. Love you Karen
(Mickeys mom)

Sou Vongdara
   Posted Fri August 16, 2019
I was a coworker of Susan (Mobley) Romanyak. I was saddened by the news of Russell's passing. My heart felt condolences to you and your family.

Mike & Linda Budd
   Posted Fri August 16, 2019
Dana

Our sincerest sympathy at your loss of Russel!

May he rest in peace and you and your children remember all the wonderful experiences you shared!

Mike & Linda

Pinky Sirois
   Posted Fri August 16, 2019
Dana and Family,
Words are so inadequate at a time like this.
Please accept my heartfelt condolences.
My thoughts and prayers are with you at this very difficult time.

Tracy Hadsall
   Posted Sat August 17, 2019
I can't imagine the loss you are all feeling. Russell had a huge heart and a caring soul. Sending love and prayers for comfort and healing for his beautiful family.

Bubba
   Posted Sat August 17, 2019
Russell, you will surely be missed my friend!! Dana, I’m very sorry for your loss.

Steven LeFauve
   Posted Sat August 17, 2019
Saddened to hear about Russell's passing. I have fond memories of Russ on and off the soccer field, playing with Colorado Sporting.

Ian Exelbert
   Posted Sun August 18, 2019
Dana - I just learned of this terrible news. I am so sorry! Russell was an incredible guy and our thoughts and prayers are with you all.

John Hardman
   Posted Sun August 18, 2019
Russell was a great member of our team at Nortel in the '90s and was someone I enjoyed very much both professionally and personally. He was clearly gifted technically, and worked for us when he made the move from Dallas to Denver. I was always proud to have had a work environment where he could move to where he wanted to be (Colorado) and still do the same job. He absolutely loved it there. I'm so sorry that we have all lost him so prematurely and I wish nothing but blessings and best wishes to his friends and family.

Gerardo Gonzalez
   Posted Sun August 18, 2019
My deepest sympathies to Russell's family and friends. I had the opportunity to work with Russell at Nortel before he moved to Colorado, and was lucky to play soccer with him and not against him. May God bless he and his family.

Raylee Keleher
   Posted Sun August 18, 2019
This is very sad news. Russell was a beautiful, intelligent, gentle and happy soul. I am so sorry for your loss. It was a privilege knowing him and spending time with him. Rest In Peace sweet man xx

Neil Tancock
   Posted Mon August 19, 2019
I'd like to express my profound shock at the loss of someone so intelligent and full of life so soon. My deepest condolences to Russell's family and friends at this awful time. Russell was a great guy with friends in all corners of the world.
Neil Tancock, Plymouth, UK

Karen Wolfe
   Posted Mon August 26, 2019
I remember Russell from high school. He was a fun-loving guy. Praying for his loved ones.

Kristen Wolfe Kilpatrick
   Posted Wed August 28, 2019
Susan, Cristy, & family, I am so sorry for your great loss.

Kristen Wolfe Kilpatrick
   Posted Wed August 28, 2019
I remember when he & his family lived in Tupelo, MS; they lived down the street from my family. He hung out with my brother, Kenneth Wolfe. I know he'll be missed; I was saddened when I heard.

Corina Jones
   Posted Thu August 29, 2019
Dana, my deepest condolences to you and your family. You coached my son Tre this Spring and both of my boys had the opportunity to meet Russell and they really admired him. The boys and I were truly saddened by his passing, and the boys want you guys to know that you are all in our prayers. Sending you guys hugs...

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