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Obituary for Robert Abide Malouf, Jr.
Robert Abide Malouf, Jr., passed away Tuesday, January 3. He is survived by his parents, Lee and Bob Malouf of Ridgeland; sisters, Anna Malouf of Dallas, Texas, and Dora Lee Little and her husband, Wesley, of Austin, Texas; his maternal grandmother Dora Lee Livingston Clark of Yazoo City; aunts and uncles, Alex and Pat Malouf, Donna Jean and Rodney Norris, Bill and Holli Malouf, all of Green-wood; Gay and Richard Tompkins of St. Louis, MO; Anna Katherine and Ron Scott, of Ridgeland; Nettie and John Byrd, of Yazoo City, and Elizabeth and Rob Thacker of Hendersonville, TN; eighteen first cousins and a host of second cousins and other family members. He was predeceased by his maternal grandfather, Frederick R. Clark, of Yazoo City, and Alex and Stella Malouf of Greenwood.
Robert was born on January 8, 1991. He graduated from Jackson Preparatory School in 2009 where he was active in sports. He attended the University of Mis-sissippi where he was a member of Phi Delta Theta and received a Bachelor of Arts with a major in history. He was employed at Trustmark National Bank.
Robert’s generous, kind spirit and zest for life led him to a large network of loyal friends. He was deeply loved and cherished by his family and friends whom he also deeply loved and cherished. Robert will be remembered as a compassionate and caring person who showed great concern for his fellow man.
Visitation will be from 4:00 to 6:00 pm on Thursday, January 5, and a celebration of his life will be held Friday, January 6, at 11 am, all at St. James Episcopal Church in Jackson, MS.
In lieu of flowers, remembrances may be made to St. James Episcopal Church Outreach Ministries.