Roger Mobley
Roger Mobley
Roger L. Mobley in Evansville, Indiana, is a former child actor in film and television, working primarily for Walt Disney Productions during the late 1950s and early 1960s. He later became a Christian pastor, serving in southeast Texas. When Mobley was eight years old, he appeared as a regular on the NBC series Fury, starring Peter Graves, Bobby Diamond, and William Fawcett. Mobley played Homer "Packy" Lambert, friend to Diamond's character, Joey Clark Newton.
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At odds over the Brush St. Triangle - Ukiah Daily Journal
Google News - over 5 years
"We're not going back to the drawing board," Mendocino County Chief Planner Roger Mobley said. "But we're making changes to respond to the commissioners' concerns, and the landowners' concerns." Landowners worried about how new county regulations might
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Board of Supervisors OKs pear sheds rezone - Ukiah Daily Journal
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Second District Supervisor John McCowen asked about the status of the application, adding that citizens had expressed "That application was deemed incomplete, and we've asked for more information," said Chief Planner Roger Mobley
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Opponents plan protest on asphalt plant Thursday - Ukiah Daily Journal
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"We had some things we wanted to correct or clarify, but we think (the EIR) does address the impacts," said Chief Planner Roger Mobley of the Mendocino County Planning and Building Department. If approved, the expansion would allow the applicant,
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What's On TODAY
NYTimes - over 8 years
10 P.M. (Logo, MTV) BRITNEY: FOR THE RECORD Can you say comeback? Britney Spears, left, sets things straight about where she's been -- and where she's headed -- in this 90-minute documentary, filmed over three months after her appearance at this year's MTV Video Music Awards. Combining personal stories with concert footage, the program trails her
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Roger Mobley
    LATE_ADULTHOOD
  • 2016
    Age 67
    As of 2016, he reported working near Little Rock, Arkansas, as a carousal operator at the Little Rock Zoo.
    More Details Hide Details According to his autobiographical sketch on his Facebook page, Mobley appears to be a staunch Christian conservative who opposes legalized abortion, same-sex marriage, and divorce. He calls the Bible his favorite book. He is a member of the Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod.
  • TWENTIES
  • 1970
    Age 21
    He returned to the United States in November 1970, after service in South Vietnam, having been honorably discharged from the Army.
    More Details Hide Details Back in civilian life, Mobley found that he had little savings from his extensive work as a child actor and was unsuccessful in reviving his acting career. He and his bride, Sharie, relocated to Beaumont, Texas, where he joined the police department. He was also a criminal investigator for the cities of Vidor and Jasper, Texas. Besides law enforcement, Mobley worked many blue collar jobs, including pipefitter, longshoreman; welder; bull rider; lumberjack; milk delivery driver; Federal Express truck driver; prison guard; and lifeguard. He was a football/basketball coach at a private school in Beaumont. He was employed as a climber/inspector on wind turbine farms around the nation before retiring.
  • TEENAGE
  • 1968
    Age 19
    In 1968, Mobley was drafted into the United States Army.
    More Details Hide Details After boot camp at Fort Ord, California. Mobley asked to have his term of service extended so that he could qualify for training in Special Forces. He completed parachute jump training at Fort Benning, Georgia, after having volunteered for the Special Forces training at the John F. Kennedy Center for Special Warfare at Fort Bragg, North Carolina. On completion of his training, Mobley was assigned to the 46th Special Forces Company (Airborne), 1st Special Forces Group.
    Mobley graduated from Whittier Christian High School in La Habra in Orange County, California, at which he played football. On June 7, 1968, he married his high school sweetheart, the former Sharie Barclay, whom he had met in the eighth grade.
    More Details Hide Details The Mobleys have three children: Rebekah Mobley Justice, Elizabeth Mobley, and Matthew Jason Mobley (born 1972), formerly a first lieutenant with the 82nd Airborne in Afghanistan.
  • 1964
    Age 15
    In 1964, after having been impressed with Mobley's performance as Gustav in Emil and the Detectives, Walt Disney signed him to the title role in the highly acclaimed and Emmy-nominated "Adventures of Gallegher" serials for his Wonderful World of Color.
    More Details Hide Details Gallegher is an amateur sleuth newspaper reporter, a character created by the author Richard Harding Davis. Contrary to popular rumor, it is Mobley's name that Walt Disney wrote on his very last memo. After nine years and appearances in 118 television programs or feature films, Mobley's career was interrupted at the age of eighteen by military service. Mobley was quoted, accordingly: "Uncle Walt Disney had plans for me, but so did Uncle Sam, and Uncle Sam won."
  • 1963
    Age 14
    Many of Mobley’s subsequent myriad television guest appearances were also in westerns, but he was capable of playing against type, such as his 1963 role of the troubled youngster Joby Paxton in the episode "Somehow It Gets to Be Tomorrow" of CBS's Route 66.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1949
    Age 0
    Born on January 16, 1949.
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