Tina (Correa) Moody didn’t grow up on a traditional cattle ranch like some, but she was a “Cowgirl” from day one. She had an infectious laugh, a heart of gold and true grit that colored everything she did. She competed all over the state in rodeos, team roping, barrel racing, ribbon roping, and her favorite (and best event) goat tying.
Sharing the traditional cowboy way of life was a passion of hers. She loved teaching kids, including her two grandsons, to ride and rope. With her spirit, tenacity and drive, Tina could tackle any job in front of her, get it done right and look good doing it. Her love for the Rodeo Quincy brand was unmatched, becoming a staple in both her wardrobe and her heart.
Tina’s soul still shines bright in the hearts of those lucky enough to know her. They would tell you that if she loved you, that would never change, but you better mind your manners. This cowgirl was tough and wild at heart.