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Young Moore Mourns Loss of
Rudy Ogburn

Rudy L. Ogburn, trusts and estates attorney and trusted partner at Young Moore and Henderson, P.A. passed away on Wednesday, March 30, 2022 after a long and valiant fight with cancer.

Rudy was a devoted husband to his wife, Deb, and a warm and loving father to his three children. In his practice of law and in his life, Rudy always acted with integrity, kindness, and decency. For all who knew him personally or professionally, Rudy was a wonderful mentor and an empathetic and loyal friend.

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Dale L. Dawson
North Carolina State Board of Examiners of Plumbing, Heating and Fire Sprinkler Contractors

Thank you so very much! I feel fairly confident that everything pertaining to my trust has been addressed and now I can concentrate more on my living than my death. I appreciate your professionalism as well as your sensitivity in helping me deal with so many end-of-life issues. I will continue to recommend you to all of my friends and acquaintances at Carolina Arbors!

Linda Pope

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