Charlotte L. Moore
Date of Death: November 23, 2020
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Charlotte L. Moore, 78 of Center Township passed away on Monday, November 23, 2020 at Heritage Valley, Beaver. Born in East Liverpool, Ohio, she was the daughter of the late Harry and Arlene (Owen) Nelson.   Raised in Georgetown, Charlotte was a graduate of South Side High School.  A homemaker by trade, she loved spending time …
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Bill and Sherry Wyatt left a message on November 28, 2020:
Dear Bob and family, we were so saddened to hear about Charlotte 's passing. She always had the sweetest smile on her face. Bob, I still miss seeing the two of you across the road mowing were we used to catch up on news. Hold on to all your precious memories of your wonderful wife, mom, and grandmother until you meet her again. Your were certainly blessed to have her. With our deepest heartfelt sympathy. Peace be with you.
Shirley Caratelli left a message on November 28, 2020:
Bob. I am so sorry about Charlottes passing. Last I seen you guys she looked good. Frankie just passed 11/16 so I know how hard it is with the holidays. But praying God will keep his ams around you and give you comfort at this time.
Laura wise left a message on November 28, 2020:
I am so sorry for your loss. She will be greatly missed. Prayers.
Robert Kennedy left a message on November 27, 2020:
Many prayers for your family. May God bless, and guide you in these times. From Robert Kennedy
Willie and SuAnn Scott left a message on November 26, 2020:
We are so saddened and sorry to hear of Charlotte's passing. We are glad that God put the Moore family in our pathway of life. We feel you more like family than friend. Kind of messed up not getting that dinner date before the pandemic. I, Willie can think back more than 50 years of you being more than a boss, Mayne, but a good friend too. Charlotte (Charlie as you called her) was always the quiet strong pillar of strength of the family and always had enough love for everyone. We are going to miss her. SuAnn and I send much love to the family.
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Martha & Dave Renner left a message on November 26, 2020:
We are so sorry we can not be there to express our grief in person.Aunt Char was so much a part of our lives and we will miss her greatly. She was always there to help us , advise us, and makes us laugh. It is our prayer that God will be with you in your time of grief and somehow fill your hearts with peace. We will be home soon to be with you.
Ila Bable left a message on November 25, 2020:
I am so thankful that God blessed me with Charlotte as my sister. Her and Bob have been so good to me. My kids and grandkids loved their Aunt Char. I am still in shock and so sad. But I have numerous wonderful memories to get me through this hard time. She and Bob have great kids and “grands” that she loved with all her heart. They loved her the same. She married a truly good man, had wonderful kids, and beautiful “grands”! She had a happy, active, wonderful life, and she will be missed.
Howard Galliford left a message on November 25, 2020:
I have been honored to attend several Moore family events over the last 25 years and MuMum treated me like her own son at every family gathering I attended, I will miss her smiling face, loving affection and hospitality at the Moore family reunion at Shawnee State park. I will carry forward many life lessons learned from MuMum over the last 25 years. I will miss you MuMum. Howard Galliford.
Patty Bennett left a message on November 25, 2020:
Love you Mom. Miss you already.
Matt Bennett left a message on November 25, 2020:
So sorry for your loss, my thoughts and prayers are with you. One of the sweetest ladies I ever had the pleasure of knowing.
Linda Kaczor (Loc) left a message on November 25, 2020:
My sympathies to you Mr. Moore and to all of your family. Mrs. Moore touched many lives and will be sorely missed. I am very grateful for having known her. I always felt so welcome at your home and comfortable spending time with your family. I reflect back to my trip to Myrtle Beach with you all just after college. I'm not sure how you all put up with us! Do you remember when we went to Six flags - Smurf Mountain with my niece Robin? So fun! Lastly, I will always be thankful for the refuge you all offered my children upon my mother's passing. You & Mrs. Moore successfully created an open and inviting home. My prayers are with you all. Love, Loc
Lindzey Jo Capri left a message on November 25, 2020:
Mum Mum was a grandma to all of us Galliford kids, and we loved her so very much. My favorite memory of Mum Mum is the weekend trip my mom, Patty and I took to Mum Mums house for the Fiestaware tent sale (couldnt find any pictures of this sadly). Mum Mum made us feel so at home and we all had a great time visiting and getting great deals on dishes. In my adult years Mum Mum was at my wedding and baby shower for my daughter. She was a part of so many Galliford celebrations, and she will truely be missed by me. Mum Mum loved her grandchildren so much, and my thoughts go out to Patty, Lauren, Coley, Paul, and the whole Moore family. Love you, the OG, Mum Mum.
Patrick Galliford left a message on November 25, 2020:
Sabrina and I are very saddened to hear the news of MumMum passing. Our hearts and prayers go out to the Bennett and Moore family. Whenever I hear the word “crick” or “commode” I instantly think of when all the grandkids would visit MumMum’s house. We (Lindzey, Lauren, Amanda, Coley, Paul and I) would spend hours playing in the crick and riding in the trailer of PapPap’s lawn mower. MumMum always treated the Galliford kids as her own grandkids and we loved her like our own grandmother. Seeing MumMum and family at the annual Shawnee State Park picnic was something I always looked forward to. Most recently seeing MumMum at Amanda’s wedding and on Paul’s birthday Zoom call was very special to me. Please know the Galliford’s are sending their love and prayers during this difficult time. Love, Patrick & Sabrina
Melissa Kewis left a message on November 25, 2020:
Because Brian was 19 months younger than me and 3 months older than my sister, we spent many nights at Aunt Charlotte and Uncle Bob's. There are so many memories! Aunt Charlotte (She hated being called Char, so of course that's what we called her) introduced me to brick cheese, let us eat sugary cereals (we weren't allowed them at home), took us to countless movies; always sneaking in candy in her purse, and let us stay up late and watch Benny Hill (another thing forbidden at home) She and Uncle Bob always played board games with us and endured our constant teasing. I remember picking grapes in the backyard, being allowed to make ice cream and pop mixtures to dip our Doritos in, and being given a big steak at age 12 because I liked it. I'm so sorry Uncle Bob. I love you!
Donna Laughlin left a message on November 24, 2020:
In memory of Charlotte L. Moore, Donna Laughlin lit a candle
Donna Laughlin left a message on November 24, 2020:
In memory of Charlotte L. Moore, Donna Laughlin lit a candle
Donna Laughlin left a message on November 24, 2020:
In memory of Charlotte L. Moore, Donna Laughlin lit a candle
JoAnn Moore left a message on November 24, 2020:
Sending thoughts and prayers out to all who love Charlotte. She was generous, kind-hearted and fun. A lovely woman. She will be missed. With Love, JoAnn M.
Pam Ronczka left a message on November 24, 2020:
Dear Mr. Moore: I was so sad to hear about Mrs. Moore's sudden passing. I have always thought the world of both of you. I know that she is in a better place now and will be deeply missed. You all have such wonderful memories with her and I pray that they will help you get through this difficult time. You and your family have my heartfelt sympathy. Pam
Amanda Pusateri left a message on November 24, 2020:
A time I hold near and dear to my heart is when Lauren and I spent a week at Mumum and Papaps all because we went the wrong way on the Turnpike and started seeing signs for Pittsburgh instead of Baltimore. I will never forget how happy and excited Mumum was when we arrived and I immediately felt warmth and love as she wrapped her arms around us. She already had the week planned out with activities and we immediately went to Texas Roadhouse for dinner of coarse. We woke up in the mornings to a big steamy bowl of COCO Wheats that we only got to eat at Mumums. I will be forever grateful of that surprise trip, I felt so much love at Mumums house and she loved nothing more than being with her family and grandkids and treated me just the same. We love you so much Mumum and you will be dearly missed. My heart goes out to Papap, Patty, Paul, Lauren, Coley, Bobby, Brian and the entire family and our greatest sympathies to you. Love, Amanda and Joey ❤️
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Joy Galliford left a message on November 24, 2020:
Dear Bob/PapPap, Patty, Brian, Bob and Grandkids: I am so saddened by the sudden loss of Charlotte. She was a wonderful person and I was always so happy to see her over the past 25+ years. She always had a smile and hug to share. When I found out I was going to have a grandchild, I selected to be called MumMum because of her. Through the years I admired how much she cared for, and loved every one of her grandchildren. I told her she was my role model, and that I wanted to try to be like her. I would joke with her and tell her I was MumMum number 2, and that she always would be the Original and Best MumMum. I have many great memories of Charlotte. I will always remember visiting her home, and eating the wonderful ice cream sandwich dessert she made us. I will always remember the year we all went to the Philadelphia Flower Show. She welcomed my family to every Moore Family picnic and I looked forward to seeing her there every year. She would bring the best desserts especially the pumpkin cookies. She would also bring a special gift for every child that attended. She was so thoughtful in everything she did. Throughout the years we shared so many family events and holidays together. She was a central figure in her family as well as mine. We all loved her dearly and are still in shock that she is gone. I attached one of my favorite photos of Christmas Eve 2016 when we had the absolute pleasure of having both Bob and Charlotte at our dinner table. That was a great evening that I will never forget. It was a very special Christmas Eve. She will be missed so much. With my deepest sympathy to you all. Love, Joy Galliford and Family
Tina Pirzchalski left a message on November 24, 2020:
Mr. Moore and the entire Moore family: I am very sorry to hear about the sudden passing of Mrs. Moore. Your family is in my thoughts and prayers !!! I know she will be your guardian angel 🙏🏻🙏🏻 May God give you strength and peace during this difficult time. Sincerely, Tina Pirzchalski
Nicole Bennett left a message on November 24, 2020:
My Mummum will be remembered for her delicious homemade pies, raspberry jelly and applesauce, contagious laugh, love of crossword puzzles, generous and loving soul and so much more. Some of my favorite memories as a kid were spending lots of time during summer vacations up at Mummum and Pappap's with my siblings, Lauren and Paul. These summer vacation memories consisted of; a fully stocked basement freezer with seemingly endless popsicle flavors, catching fireflies out back while the adults sat and chatted on the deck, picking grapes, cherries, apples, raspberries (Pappap teased and had us convinced that he smashed the raspberries with his feet to make the homemade jelly.. still kind of believe him), a fully stocked game closet (mum was always ready to play any game at any time), laying in bed playing eye spy (paul's go-to was "fan blade" and then you'd have to narrow it down to the exact one), going on trips to Rogers to spend the grandparents money on plastic laser pointers and random toys, and lots of muddy shoes and wet pant legs from playing down at the creek. There are so many more but these stand out and hold near and dear to my heart. Mummum was the best grandma a girl could ask for. And she will be soo incredibly missed.
Tom Hays left a message on November 23, 2020:
Dear Bob: We are so sorry to hear this news. Charlotte was so instrumental in helping us raise our kids . She was such a wonderful person. You and your family have our sincere condolonces . Tom and Debbie Hays
Simpson Funeral Home left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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