Charles "Kelly" Moore
1950 - 2021
BORN
1950
DIED
2021
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McEwen Funeral and Cremation Service
7428 Matthews-Mint Hill Road
Charlotte, NC
Charles "Kelly" Moore
March 20, 1950 - September 7, 2021
Mint Hill, North Carolina - Charles Kelly Moore lost his long, courageous battle of heart disease on September 7, 2021.
The family wishes to thank the many heart, ICU and Ecmo doctors at Atrium Main for their continued gallant efforts to save his life, along with many other nurses, therapist, etc.
Kelly left Georgia in high school to join the US Coast Guard in New Orleans, where he met his wife of 49 years, Joyce. A self-made business man, he and his partner owned a successful commercial printing company for many years.
Kelly will be dearly missed by his wife, Joyce; his brother, Loyd Douglas Moore (Joy ); his sister, Patricia Moore (Frank Weber); niece, Heather Thomas (Robert Hearne); grandniece, Isabella; nephew, Clint Moore; grandniece Terri; and grandnephew, Mason.
Coach Kelly was passionate about the sport of baseball. He played the game in high school and loved coaching young men about this sport while they were trying to achieve some lifetime goals and often had long conversations about attitude and decision making in life. He coached 14-15 year olds, high school and American Legion.
Donations made to a charity of your choice in Kelly's name would be an honor for him. Family request no flowers. Services are private.
Please visit www.mcewenminthillchapel.com to offer your condolences and to view a more complete obituary.

Published by Charlotte Observer on Sep. 12, 2021.
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