Milo Moody, second from left, c. 1900, second from right is John Q. Foster; taken at a hunting camp on the Saranac River Adirondack Daily Enterprise, February 13, 1999

Born: 1880

Died: 1956

Married: Zita M. Moody (1881-1963)

Children: Herbert Moody, Wesley Moody

Milo M. Moody was a guide and fire warden. It was said that he and Abe Moody ran a mill behind Keough's. (There was another one by what are now the tennis courts on Lake Flower Avenue. Whether or not the Moodys ran that one also isn't clear.)   He also founded Moody's Boat Livery at Duprey Street.

He is buried in Pine Ridge Cemetery.

Adirondack Daily Enterprise, May 2, 1953

25 Years ago today [May 2, 1928]

Four stray dogs, all of them noise makers and disturbers in localities where health seekers resided, were the first day's bag in the campaign of this village against the dog nuisance, carried on by Milo Moody, official dog catcher.

Plattsburgh Press-Republican, June 28, 1956

Milo Moody

REDFORD -- Milo Moody, father of Herbert Moody of Redford, died Tuesday at Saranac Lake. He was 75.

Mr. Moody is survived by another son, Wesley, of Meacham, N. J.; one daughter, Mrs. George Lincoln of Saranac Lake; nine grandchildren and several great-grandchildren.

Funeral services will be held at Fortune funeral home, Saranac Lake, Friday afternoon at 2:30.