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“Penny, I was so shocked to hear that Nelson had passed! I´m so sorry that he was ill for so long. Please give Steven and Aaron my sincere...Read More »
1 of 27 | Posted by: Dee Thrift Joyner (formerly Wood)

“I am so sorry to here about your loss. My father, William Durmie Hughes who is 87 and was just saying today how much he missed his father Carson,...Read More »
2 of 27 | Posted by: Carol Hughes - Friend

“I wanted to express my condolences to the Moody family. Being about the same age, I knew Nelson for all of my working career. I worked with him at...Read More »
3 of 27 | Posted by: Brian Tyler - Isle of Palms, SC

“On behalf of the Wild Bunch we are so sorry we have lost another. Nelson a true competitor and friend to all. He will always be remembered. ”
4 of 27 | Posted by: Doug Potter - Friend

“Penny. We are so sorry for your loss ,You are in our thoughts and prayers, Nelson Was one of the good guys , We cherish our friendship and great...Read More »
5 of 27 | Posted by: Jim Rhinebeck - Friend

“Bill, I’m so sorry for your loss. Thought and prayers for you and your entire family. Sherry Boyer Knight ”
6 of 27 | Posted by: Sherry Knight - Charleston, SC

“I am so sorry to hear of Nelson's passing. He was a beloved member of our high school, St. Andrew's Parish and of our class of 1977. Nelson was loved...Read More »
7 of 27 | Posted by: Carolyn Hankins - Friend

“Dear Penny,My heart breaks for you and the boys. Nelson always had a smile, every time I saw him. He was a great neighbor and friend! Love and...Read More »
8 of 27 | Posted by: Lynn & Bill Clark - Friend

“Continued thoughts and prayers to the family! ”
9 of 27 | Posted by: Joe Fanning - Friend

“Penny,We were so saddened to hear of Nelson's passing. He was such a kind soul and a true gentleman. I am happy that I got to play golf with him a...Read More »
10 of 27 | Posted by: John P. Bowler - Friend

“Penny, Our thoughts and prayers go to you and your family. Please know that if there is anything we can do we're just across the street. May Nelson...Read More »
11 of 27 | Posted by: James Suit - Neighbor

“We are all deeply saddened to hear of Nelson’s passing. Working with and for him was a real joy in my life. His smile, no matter what the...Read More »
12 of 27 | Posted by: Kris and Woody Thacker - Friend

“A very kind and gentle soul, a true gentleman and a joy to spend time with and also a laugh or two on the golf course.We were blessed to know Nelson...Read More »
13 of 27 | Posted by: P Lynn Carroll - Friend

“I am so sorry to hear the passing of Nelson, my condolences to his family. I will always remember his positive attitude and big smile! ”
14 of 27 | Posted by: Alton wiggins - Friend

“As the days and weeks pass, and as you return to life's routine, may you continue to feel comforted by the love and support of family and friends. ”
15 of 27 | Posted by: Belinda - Friend

“Heard of his passing through a friend. Went to Stono Park Elementary with Nelson back in the late 60’s. My prayers go out to the family and...Read More »
16 of 27 | Posted by: Robert Bloomingburg - Friend

“Oh Nelson, I was there on your first day at CamBar, rode many a mile making sales calls, played many a game of video Pole Position on those calls,...Read More »
17 of 27 | Posted by: Rick Hunter - Friend

“So sorry about the loss of Nelson. Praying for you Penny, Aaron, Steven and the rest of this precious family. ”
18 of 27 | Posted by: Kathie and Phil Planton - SC

“First, I want to give my condolences to the family of Nelson. Nelson was a great person and mentor. I had the pleasure of working with him at a few...Read More »
19 of 27 | Posted by: Henry Brown - Coworker

“I have not seen Nelson since high school. One of the old Stono Crew. Best memory of him is when he fell over the center field fence at Stono during...Read More »
20 of 27 | Posted by: Chip Searson - Friend

“RIP Nelson.!! Went to school with you and worked at Cambar with you!! Such a great guy. Prayers for the family. Cindy Marks ”
21 of 27 | Posted by: Cindy Marks - Coworker

“Penny and Family please accept our sincere condolences for your loss of Nelson. Working with Nelson at Cambar we often joked and laughed togetherIt...Read More »
22 of 27 | Posted by: Art and Carol Teston - Coworker

“So sorry for your loss! Nelson was. Great person! He will be missed!Lynn Massalon Johnson ”
23 of 27 | Posted by: Lynn Johnson - Friend

“RIP in Nelson Moody. Nelson was a wonderful man. He played softball for my late father, Milt Williams, and also worked at Cambar with my dad. My...Read More »
24 of 27 | Posted by: Tara Williams Gerardi - Friend

“Condolences to Penny and the Moody family. Nelson will be missed in the golfing community. ”
25 of 27 | Posted by: Chuck Zirkle

“Nelson was a walking smile. He was always so pleasant and fun to be around. I was lucky enough to play a few rounds of golf with him and he was a...Read More »
26 of 27 | Posted by: Donna Woodward - Friend

“What a wonderful man he was! I worked with him at CAMBAR for many years, he will be truly missed!! ”
27 of 27 | Posted by: PAIGE WETZELFriend

Nelson Randolph Moody, 61, passed away Wednesday, November 4, 2020 peacefully at home surrounded by his family after a long fight with pancreatic cancer. Nelson was born December 19, 1958 in Charleston, SC. His deceased parents were Carson and Barbara Moody. Nelson attended St. Andrews High School, class of 1977. He was a 1981 graduate of Clemson University with a BA in Business Administration. Nelson worked in the industrial supplies industry for over 39 years, the majority of that time as Vice-President of MMSI with Cameron & Barkley. And most recently as General Manager with Guaranteed Supply. Among Nelson's many passions, he was an avid golfer and proud member of the Shadowmoss Wild Bunch. He loved hosting family and friends by grilling or cooking his signature meals that could revival the best of Charleston restaurants. Many considered him a mentor. If there was a joke to be told Nelson was the one to tell it. He was an amazing story teller. But above all he was a loving and loyal friend. Nelson is survived by his true love and best friend, Penny Meadows Moody; two loving sons, Aaron Moody (wife, Meg) of Charlotte, NC and Steven Moody (wife, Chrissy, grandchildren, Adeline, Michelle, Tony and Elaina) of Baltimore, MA: two loyal brothers, Bill Moody (wife, Theresa) and Daryl Moody (wife, Missi) both of Charleston, SC. Due to pandemic concerns, the family will unfortunately not be having a public memorial. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Nelson Moody's memory to: Pancreatic Cancer ActionNetwork