Charles Presley Moore Jr.
September 16, 1925 – April 7, 2013
On April 7th, 2013, Charles Presley Moore, Jr. passed away at Northside Forsyth Hospital. Mr. Moore was born on September 16, 1925 in Scotts, North Carolina. He Graduated from Catawba College in Salisbury, N.C.. He was a WWII Veteran in the Air Force. Mr. Moore began his Career with Burlington Industries in 1948 as a plant chemist. He then started a successful career with GoodYear Tire and Rubber Co. and retired with Reichold Chemical Company as the company’s National Sales Manager in 1990. Charles Moore was a member of the Mt. Vernon Presbyterian Church for 52 years and served as an usher there for many years. Mr. Moore was a Mason with membership out of Marion, NC.. He was preceded in death by his father, Charles Presley Moore, Sr. and his mother Eva D. Moore of Statesville, N.C.. He is survived by his wife, Lorraine Evans Moore, of 63 years of marriage, daughter, Susan Lorraine Gibbs and Son-in-law David Gibbs of Athens, Georgia, son Stephen D. Moore of Buford, Georgia, son David A. Moore and daughter-in-law Lisa L. Moore of Kennesaw, Georgia, 5 Grand Children-Ashley, Evan, Ryan, Lyndi, and Adam, 2 Great Grandsons Matthew and Landon. One brother, John Lee Moore, Sr.and sister-in-law Marilyn Moore of Statesville, N.C., 2 Nephews John Moore Jr. and the late Paul Whitney Moore, and many cousins. Visitation will be held between 6 and 8:00 on April 9th at H.M. Patterson and Son, Arlington Chapel. Services will be held at H.M. Patterson and Son, Arlington Chapel, 173 Allen Road, Sandy Springs, Georgia 30328 on April 10th at 11:00am.
- Visitation Tuesday, April 9, 2013
- Funeral Service Wednesday, April 10, 2013
Charles Presley Moore Jr.
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April 10, 2013
Depend on Him at all times...before Him pour out the pain that's within. God, is a refuge for us. (Ps. 62:8)
April 9, 2013
Dad was the foundation for my family. He always took care of others before himself. He cared for my mother with demensia for the past 8 years with little help. He said what will I do if you get in more help. My father loved his family and was proud of everyone. He loved the Braves and the Falcons and especially the Georgia Bulldogs. I would call him right after the dawgs would win and he knew it was me and said,"How bout them Dawgs" He had cancer twice,diabetes,macular degeration,hearing difficulty,and an irregular heart beat but he never felt sorry for himself. He faught through it. I will truely miss him and I know he is with the Lord now.