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Charles W. Moore
  • September 03, 1919
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  • September 13, 2010

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Charles W. Moore, 91, of New Smyrna Beach died Monday, September 13, 2010.  A native Floridian born September 3, 1919 in St. Augustine, FL.   Charles retired from Florida Power and Light after 35 years of service.  He was a member of the Civitan Club, an avid fisherman, member of the Rock Island Law Camp and their camp cook for many years.  Charles is survived by his wife, Margaret Nash Moore; two daughters, Charlotte Parker and Frances Robinson; four grandchildren, Neal Parker, Jr, Heather Stables, April Voas and Amy Whitson and five great grandchildren.  In lieu flowers the family requests donations be made to Odyssey Hospice.  Private family services to be held

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  1. 21 Sep 2010
    Joyce, Wayne, Anthony Lewis says:
    Frances And family,
    Our thought and prayers are with you and your family.May God Be With you all. Gdd Bless You all.Let me know if you need any thing. o.k.
    Love The Lewis Family

  2. 21 Sep 2010
    Mark Lange says:
    My condolences to the surviving family members. Charles will be sorely missed, but will never be forgotten.

    Mark

  3. 21 Sep 2010
    Marvin Strong says:
    Frances , My thoughts and prayers are with you as you go through the loss of your Dad, I know the feelings you are experiencing as I lost dad many years ago.

  4. 19 Sep 2010
    Charlotte parker says:
    Dearest dad
    My other message was short it was too painful
    To write anymore. Everywhere I look are reminders
    Of you. Your absence leaves such a void.
    You were a wonderful, patient father with
    Frances and myself. We miss your laughter,
    Your stories and those beautiful blues eyes
    That mirrored the gentle soul within. You are
    In my heart forever and ever. Love, Charlotte

  5. 18 Sep 2010
    Charlotte Parker says:
    Dear Dad, have good day fishing. We will take care of Mama. From your #1 daughter.
    Love, Charlotte

  6. 18 Sep 2010
    Neal Parker, Sr. says:
    My Father-in-law was a very special person! His knowledge of the community was matchless. He was an absolute fountain of information. He was a story teller without peer. He was a great family man and it is important to emphasize that his wife Peggy and his family and friends meant so much to him.

    I can just imagine the scene at the Pearly gates as Charlie regales St. Peter with a history, fishing or hunting story. I am sure St. Peter opened the gates for Charlie and encouraged hime to enter.

  7. 18 Sep 2010
    Dianna Facey says:
    Dear Peggy, Charlotte and Frances,

    Charlie and the three of you are such a part of my childhood memories and now with Charlie gone, there is a piece missing. He was such a man, so full of life and he filled a room when he entered it. His booming voice and laughter will be with me always. He lived life to the fullest! I know how much he will be missed by the three of you and many friends and family. We girls were lucky to have our daddies for as long as we did and are so very lucky to still have our mamas!

  8. 17 Sep 2010
    Tony Whitson says:
    Uncle Charlie,

    I loved all your stories and watching Mat Dillon with you. Know that you are missed so much. Hope the fish are biting.

    Love,

    Tony

  9. 17 Sep 2010
    Frances Robinson says:
    You were the best Dad. No doubt about that. We will take care of mom as I told you. I will miss our "adventures" in the Parent Trap every Saturday with you riding shotgun. I love you and miss you deeply but, know you are catching some great fish. Always your daughter with mega love, Punky

  10. 15 Sep 2010
    Steve/Tammy Dresser says:
    Uncle Charlie was the best story teller. He was walking talking history...( he sounded like Tennessee Ernie Ford to us). The fishing trips with Uncle Charlie and all the fishing buddies Uncle Bones, Rocky, Kent and the boys Mark, Matt and Mike were always extra special. We will miss him deeply. Please know our love and prayers are with you all.

  11. 15 Sep 2010
    Donny Dresser says:


    I can remember my first fishing trip with Uncle Charlie and grandpa. His stories will always be with us.

    Donny Dresser Marcee (Earl) Dresser-Riddle

  12. 15 Sep 2010
    Barbara Dresser says:

    Margaret, Charlotte, Frances,

    Our heartfelt condolences in the passing of Uncle Charlie. He leaves us all with such great memories..

  13. 14 Sep 2010
    Karen|(Walker|)Dreggors says:
    Peggy, Charlotte and Frances - I am so sorry to hear of Charlie's passing. The last time I saw him was at |Uncle |Wallace's and we were reminiscing about |Crystal River! Please know I have already prayed for you three and your families. My heartand prayers are with you all.


  14. 14 Sep 2010
    Mike imbimbo says:
    Sending my condolences to Frances and her family on the loss of your DAD..

  15. 14 Sep 2010
    Kristen Brock says:
    I pray that God grants you the peace and comfort you need in this difficult time, but that you also find happiness in all your fond memories. My prayers are with you all.
    God Bless!

  16. 14 Sep 2010
    Danny Moore says:
    I will miss Uncle Charlie

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