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Kay Moore Nussman

January 19, 1954June 26, 2018
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Kay Moore Nussman passed away Tuesday, June 26, 2018 after a long battle with multiple myeloma. A native of Charlotte, Kay was born to the late Gayle Owen and Ruby Mills Moore on January 19, 1954. She was a 1972 graduate of East Mecklenburg High School. Kay worked for Jefferson Standard Life Insurance from 1972-1974, Deloitte Haskins & Sells from 1974-1983 and for Beck Lindsey, LLP from 1983 to 2002. She was a faithful member of Providence Baptist Church and enjoyed the Faithful Friends Sunday school class. Kay volunteered in the church nursery, in the activity center, served meals on Wednesday nights, was an usher during worship services and went on mission trips to the Nada Community in Kentucky. She also volunteered for the Myers Park Trinity Little League helping to organize Allstar events. Kay was preceded in death by her sister, Vickie Poindexter, niece Aurie Nussman and granddog, Buster Nussman. Kay is survived by her high school sweetheart and husband of 45 years Robert Thomas “Tommy” Nussman, Jr.; sons, Chad Nussman and wife Ashleigh, David Nussman and wife Erin; grandchildren, Bradey Kate, Owen, and Kayleigh Nussman; brothers and sisters-in-law, Howard Poindexter, Tony and Karen Nussman, Candy and Warren Nance, Roger and Julie Nussman; aunt, Clara Mills; nieces and nephews, Mandy Poindexter, Elizabeth, Joseph and Justin Nance, Emma and Banks Nussman and granddogs, Finley, Bailey and Ladybird Nussman. All her life, Kay enjoyed going to a variety of concerts including Elvis, and she saw Jimi Hendrix in his early years when he opened for the Monkees. She was a very warm and caring person who never met a stranger. Kay had many friends that she enjoyed and many visited her during her sickness. Kay and Tommy have two sons who Kay devoted all she could to make them the true gentlemen they are today. She was selfless and always put her family first in whatever was needed. Kay enjoyed cooking things from scratch and keeping her home in the best of shape. Family trips to the mountains and beach each year were her favorite pastimes. She and Tommy enjoyed long weekend getaways to different places, venturing to areas they had never been to before. The funeral service will be held 2:00p.m., Sunday, July 1 at Providence Baptist Church, 4921 Randolph Rd., Charlotte. Interment will follow in Sharon Memorial Park. The family will receive friends 6:00p.m. to 8:00p.m., Saturday evening at Wilson Funeral and Cremation Service, 5301 Albemarle Rd. Charlotte. The family would like to thank all of Kay’s doctors and nurses that cared for her over the years. Much appreciation goes to all of Kay’s church friends at Providence Baptist that assisted in transporting her to dialysis three days a week for almost two years. Memorials may be made to Providence Baptist Church Activities Center Renovations Fund, 4921 Randolph Rd., Charlotte, NC 28211. Online condolences may be made at www.wilsonfuneralservices.com.

  • DONATIONS

  • Providence Baptist Church Activities Center Renovations Fund

Services

  • Visitation Saturday, June 30, 2018
  • Funeral Service Sunday, July 1, 2018
  • Committal Service Sunday, July 1, 2018
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Steve Westall

July 2, 2018

Tommy,

I will always remember when I had just started working with you at C&B, and you would take me home with you for lunch at your house.
Kay wouldn't know that you were bringing me along, but she would prepare something really good to eat without protest, and always made me feel welcome. A great lady!
Keeping you and your family in our prayers sir.

a friend always,
Steve Westall

Robbi Walls

June 30, 2018

I don't think I've ever known a more kind and generous person than Kay Nussman. Thank you for being such a great neighbor and friend, Kay. You and Vickie fought hard. I look forward to seeing you again one day soon.

Sheri and Stacy Dunaway

June 29, 2018

Dear Miss Kay,
We will never forget you because you are a part of the fabric of our lives. The tapestry woven with beautiful memories of you. Kay, you were much more than my neighbor, you helped us all in some way or another. I know on more than one occasion you got little Stacy to school on time. You kept us safe and you loved us all. Just as we have loved you Miss Kay. You will always be remembered as the Angel of our neighborhood. Thank you for all the love and time and caring you spent on our little neighborhood, you will be sorely missed by us all.

With all love and respect,
Sheri and Stacy Dunaway

Rick Hutchins

June 29, 2018

So sorry to hear about Kay! She was a great lady and I so enjoyed our baseball years together. I ran into her occasionally over the years and she always enjoyed gushing over her boys! So proud of them! She will be missed!

Respectfully,
Rick Hutchins

Kelly Lennon

June 28, 2018

Hey Kay,
I will always remember our talk on Saturday. Kay as your friend and nurse I will always think of you and your beautiful smile which always brightened up a dim room you are a special Gem that I hold in my heart and book of memories forever.

Fly high angel fly high until we meet again.

John Scherer

June 27, 2018

Mary and I were so blessed to have known you; yet just for a short time. . Although we can never replace you; we at least know how powerful a solid family unit can be and its our intention (as you would have) to be there for your son; our daughter and grand daughter .
You have fought the good fight which means you never lost FAITH in GOD. Rest in Peace ; your memory will always be with us; a great Mother; Wife and and Friend to us all.

John J and Mary C Scherer

Mandy Poindexter Gragg

June 27, 2018

Uncle Tommy, Chad, David and family,
I’m so sorry you guys are going though this time in your life. Aunt Kay is now being welcomed by her parents, my mom, and her in-laws in heaven. Aunt Kay was someone who always put others first. She’ll be in my heart. You guys will be in my prayers. May God give you all the strength to get through each day.
Love,
Mandy

Lisa Sheffield

June 27, 2018

Tommy and family, I am so saddened to hear about Mrs. Kay's passing. She was a very precious woman and I know that she will be deeply missed by all who knew her. Please know that you are in my thoughts and prayers.

Lisa Sheffield

John Scherer

June 26, 2018

Dear Nussman Family,
Our hearts ache with you following Kay's passing.
We are grateful to have known her. She was always very kind, thoughtful, and generous with her love and prayers. Kay always made us feel welcome and part of the family. We will remember fondly her caring spirit, sweet demeanor and constant concern for others.

We are with all of you in love, mind, and spirit.

With Love,
Karolina, John, and Christopher

Randy Watkins

June 26, 2018

Tommy and family. All of you will be in our thoughts and prayers. We pray for peace during this difficult time.