Charles W. Moffett Jr.

Sunday 29th of October 1933 - Thursday 4th of February 2021

Charles W. Moffett Jr.

Services

Memorial Service

Feb 25, 2021 (1:00 PM )

Blue Grass Memorial Gardens Mausoleum Building

4915 Harrodsburg Rd., Nicholasville, KY

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Charles W. Moffett, Jr., 87, husband of Shirley Ritchey Moffett, passed away on February 4, 2021 at Homestead Nursing Home in Lexington, Kentucky.  He was born on October 29, 1933 in Lawrenceburg, Kentucky, son of Charles W. Moffett and Artie May Taylor Moffett who preceded him in death. 


Charles and Shirley met by happenstance in a local diner.  They became husband and wife and enjoyed the blessing of each other.  He loved his children: Luke, Clyde, Lisa, and Lori, and never saw any wrong in anyone.  He also has a brother, James Moffett (Sandi) and a sister, Peggy Johnson (Dean).  


He retired from Radio Equipment Company of Lexington, Kentucky where he worked for many years. Charles & Shirley are current members of Broadway Baptist Church and former members of Gardenside Baptist Church.  Charles was also a dedicated University of Kentucky Basketball fan.


A memorial service will be held on Thursday, February 25, 2021 at 1:00 PM in the Mausoleum Building at Blue Grass Memorial Gardens.  

       

Guest Book

Bill, Donna Thompson

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We are soo sorry to hear of his Home Going Have know Charlie and Shirley for 30 years! Charlie was a great Christian gentlemen. He will be missed! Praying for Shirley.

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Don and Pat Hassall

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Charlie was a good friend and a fine Christian man. He will be missed. Don and Pat Hassall

2 weeks ago

Frances Trowbridge

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Sorry to hear about Charlie's passing but I am so glad to have known him and all his humor. God bless you and your family Shirley. Love, your sister in Christ

2 weeks ago

Carol Marshall

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Charlie was a good man and we were blessed to have known him and you. Prayers are with you. Love Carol

2 weeks ago

Dr. Daniel Ausbun

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Charlie was a wonderful man - Shirley, I know you'll miss him. I'm glad I had the opportunity to know him. Sherri and I are praying for you.

2 weeks ago