William Bradford Ellis

  • "have you ever felt a pull like something is bound to return..."
    - raymond ellis
  • "i am 12 and without my dad it is tough i madee it through..."
    - Raymond Ellis
  • - raymond ELLIS
  • "Almost nine years before the day you laid to rest and not a..."
    - Brianna
  • "It doesn't seem real. I wake up everyday and it still hits..."
Service Information
Cavin-Cook Funeral Home
494 East Plaza Drive Hwy 150
Mooresville, NC
28115
(704)-664-3363
Obituary

William Bradford Ellis
'Bill'
MOORESVILLE -- Mr. Ellis, 42, of Gabriel Drive, passed away on Tuesday, April 18, 2006, at Lake Norman Regional Medical Center, Mooresville. Born August 20, 1963 in Danbury, CT, he was a son of William and Barbara Ellis, of Bethel, CT.
Mr. Ellis was a metal fabricator for Chip Ganassi Racing. He was a member of St. Therese Catholic Church, Mooresville, and a former baseball coach for the Lake Norman Youth Athletic Association.
In addition to his parents, Bill is survived by his wife, Karen Joan Reilly Ellis; children, Brianna Ellis, of Danbury, CT, Alec and Raymond Ellis, of the home; brothers, John Lennon and Mary, of Bethel, CT, Nick Ellis and wife, Kathy, of Bethel, CT, and Joey Ellis, of Mooresville; sisters, Jennifer Fernandes and husband, Frank, of Bethel, CT, Colleen Lennon, of Waterbury, CT, and Debbie Hoyt and husband, Mike, of Brookfield, CT; mother-in-law, Arline Reilly of Mooresville, brother-in-law, Paul Reilly and wife, Suzette of Paris, TX and numerous nieces and nephews.
The family will receive friends from 6 - 8 PM, Thursday, April 20, 2006, at Cavin-Cook Funeral Home, Mooresville. Funeral and burial will take place at a future date in Danbury, CT.
In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, Donor Services, P.O. Box 4072, Pittsfield, MA 01202 or the Christopher Reeve Foundation, 636 Morris Turnpike Suite 3A, Short Hills, NJ 07078.
Cavin-Cook Funeral Home, Mooresville, is serving the family of Mr. Ellis.
Published in Charlotte Observer on Apr. 20, 2006
Give others a chance to express condolences. Not right now.