Chelsie Fallon Wells

July 11, 1994December 15, 2018
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Smart, Sweet and Articulate Young Lady… Thoughtful along with being a Go Getter Girl…

Chelsie Fallon Wells, age 24, passed away unexpectedly and went to be with her Lord and Savior on Saturday, December 15, 2018 in Kings Mountain, North Carolina. Chelsie was born on July 11, 1994 in Latrobe, Pennsylvania. Chelsie’s mom and dad who dearly loved their daughter, share that Chelsie was a strong willed and competitive girl who loved animals and sports, especially the Pittsburgh Steelers. She was a 2012 Graduate of Albert Gallatin Area High School in Uniontown, Pennsylvania. Like everyone else, Chelsie had her good days and she had her bad days, but when she was having her good days, watch out, she was unstoppable. Totaling up all of Chelsie’s days on this earth, Chelsie’s days were by far, mostly good days. Her family and friends meant the most to her, along with her love to read and listen to her music. Chelsie and her mom had a special relationship only moms and daughters understand. Her sense of humor, was immeasurable, described by her mom. Especially when she was with her “G-maw” Charlotte. Chelsie loved the ocean and loved swimming in it. Life ended way too soon for Chelsie, and her parents urge her friends to be protective in their own lives and never lose sight of Chelsie’s memories.

Chelsie is survived by her mother and dad: Lisa Wells and Shawn Morley of Gastonia, North Carolina; father: David Mull of Uniontown, Pennsylvania; Maternal grandparents: Charlotte Wells and Dave Cornish of Pennsylvania, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Wells of Tennessee; paternal grandmothers: Shirley Lisbon and Rose Mull of Pennsylvania; paternal great grandmother: Mrs. Lori of Pennsylvania; two sisters: Shannon Morley and Rachel Morley of Pennsylvania; paternal aunts and uncles: Robin, Jennifer, Nancy, Mr. and Mrs. Corey Moore; maternal special aunt and godmother: Veronica Wells and Randy Ankney of Pennsylvania; maternal uncle and aunt: Mr. and Mrs. David Phillips of Tennessee; Very caring aunt and uncle: John Irwin and Kim Hough of Pennsylvania; nephews: Liam Solomon , cousins: Brett Wells, Patrick Wells, Shelby Geary, Austin Phillips, Dalton Phillips, Sarah and Elizabeth Moore and too many more family and friends to name.

BFF’s: Alyssa Kraft, Hannah Biles and Harley Johnson.

A Life Well Celebrated Ceremony for Chelsie will be held at 7:00 PM, Thursday ~ December 20, 2018 in the Chapel of Carothers Funeral Home, 2205 Williamsburg Drive, Gastonia, North Carolina with Reverend Robert Baker delivering words of comfort to Chelsie’s family and friends.

The family will receive guests from 1:00 PM ~ 3:00 PM and from 5:00 PM ~ 7:00 PM prior to her service.

Words of encouragement and fond memories may be made on Chelsie’s guestbook at

Carothers Funeral Home at Gaston Memorial Park is compassionately serving Chelsie’s family and friends.


  • Lisa Wells, Mother
  • Shawn Morley, Dad
  • David Mull, Father
  • Charlotte Wells and Dave Cornish, Maternal grandparents
  • Mr & Mrs. Wayne Wells, Maternal grandparents
  • Shirley Lisbon, Paternal Grandmother
  • Rose Mull, Paternal Grandmother
  • Mrs. Lori, Paternal great-grandmother
  • Shannon Morley, Sister
  • Rachel Morley, Sister
  • Veronica Wells and Randy Ankney, Maternal aunt and godmother
  • Mr. & Mrs. David Phillips, Maternal uncle and aunt
  • John Irwin and Kim Hough, aunt and uncle
  • Liam Solomon, Nephew
  • Brett Wells, Cousin
  • Patrick Wells, Cousin
  • Shelby Geary, Cousin
  • Austin Phillips, Cousin
  • Dalton Phillips, Cousin
  • Sarah Moore, Cousin
  • Elizabeth Moore, Cousin
  • Alyssa Kraft, BFF
  • Hannah Biles, BFF
  • Harley Johnson, BFF
  • Paternal aunts and uncles, Robin, Jennifer, Nancy, Mr. and Mrs. Corey Moore.


  • Receiving of Guests Thursday, December 20, 2018
  • Receiving of Guests Thursday, December 20, 2018
  • A Life Well Celebrated Ceremony Thursday, December 20, 2018

Chelsie Fallon Wells

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Richard Baird

December 20, 2018

Hello All: I have been a friend of Chelsie's for over seven years. While I have been pretty close to her during the "good times" as well as "the not so good times" ... I spent a pretty wonderful three weeks with Chelsie this last Oct.-Nov. I would like to share some of the nuances of that "wonderful" time spent together.

Chelsie and I attempted to play gin rummy every evening for an hour or two... if we could. She liked to play cards... which in my experience, is not too often with youngsters these days. I am happy to say that the very last game that we played, Chelsie finally won. She was so happy and what can I say, what a beautiful smile she had. She became the reigning Gin Queen! I asked if she wanted to play another... but no, she wasn't going to risk her title so soon. It would have to wait for another day.

Chelsie and I spent a lot of time in the kitchen... obviously we cooked meals there, but the kitchen table was where I work 24/7... so I'm there all the time. Chelsie took great pride in her ability to cook... Chili, scrambled eggs, perfect bacon... lots more. And, we both not only cooked for one another... but we each took turns waiting on one another. Chelsie was quite attentive to getting me this or that during a meal... and, living alone -- what a gift! Yes. I did return the favor. Chelsie gave all the credit of her abilities in the kitchen to her Mom, Lisa, and her Grandma. She obviously was happy with what she had learned and it was quite obvious that someone spent time with her in the kitchen. She loved it!

There is not much phone etiquette with youngsters today, Chelsie did her best. Drove me crazy! I can say this if it is important to anyone; at no time, never, ever, did Chelsie not cherish her family. Chelsie loved you all. I guess time is up. God Bless Lisa and the rest of Chelsie's family.

kim hough

December 19, 2018

Such a genuine, loving, sweet, strong willed woman. You could put a smile on anyones face when they needed it the most. You have touched so many hearts in so many ways and I am certain that you will continue touching many more. You are VERY SPECIAL to me!
Uncle John and Aunt Kim will miss you VERY MUCH.
Go Steelers!
Until we see you again, XOXOXO
Ooh I almost forgot... NO BACON

Love you tons.

Danielle Manchas

December 19, 2018

I will always love you.

Lisa Wells

December 19, 2018

My beautiful daughter;

All the prayers could not keep you here.
I understand.
All of my love for you could not keep you here.
I understand.
Until my last breath, I will carry this pain.
Because that's what Mama Bears do.
So FLY, my daughter, FLY! Go as high as you can go!
Be FREE! Be FREE! Be FREE... and don't worry about me.
I will laugh at the pain and smile through the rain...
and I will keep my memories close to my heart.
And when the moon is full, shiny, and bright...
I will look up, wink, and smile, my moon child, and wait...
I will wait for you to smile and wink back at me with delight!

With all my love and chocolate kisses,

joseph pacconi

December 18, 2018

Lisa,i am so sorry.Thoughts and Prayers are with you and Family

Christina Wolfe

December 17, 2018

Chelsie this is Roxanne Wolfe's mom I was blown away when I heard this Josh told me and I was like no way I remember so many times with u and roxiee please say hello to roxiee up in heaven to your family our deepest sympathy
Prayers to you all I know the heartache I went through it still am god bless you all

Patty Prenni (MCCutcheon)

December 17, 2018

My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this difficult time. Love you and miss you!

Tracey Murray

December 16, 2018

I just seen you in Walmart and you looked the best that you ever had since i met you! You thanked me for trying to help you and you gave me the biggest hug ever! Had I known that it was going to be the last I would have held on a little longer. You were a special girl and you will be missed by many. God has you now, so take your rest my daughter as I know that you were tired as your struggles were real. Love you.