Ann Carol Chancey Moore
May 25, 1959 – October 14, 2019
Ann Carol “Ankie” Chancey Moore, 60, of Midlothian was called home on Monday, October 14, 2019 by her Eternal Father and heavenly parents, Helen Boyd Oliver Myers and Beverley Byrd Chancey.
She passed away in the arms of her soul mate and true love, Joey and was surrounded by her children and other family members. Ankie is survived by her husband of 7 years, Joseph Cary Moore; children Whitney Burton Meleski (Danny) and Corey Michael Harrison Burton (Kate) and their father, Michael Burton; and step-children Justin Moore (Sarah) and Margaret Ann Word. She was a loving “KiKi” to four grandchildren, with one expected in March 2020, Brady Burton, Chancey Meleski, Jason Moore, and Audrey Word. She leaves behind two older sisters and two older brothers, whom she adored. Ankie was a nurturing aunt, loving cousin, and loyal friend to many.
She was a valued employee of Suntrust Bank of 38 years, starting as a teller and rising to a group vice president position. She also served as campaign manager for the United Way campaign and raised over $4 million dollars during her tenure. She loved all people she met and chose kindness above all else. While her earthly presence has ceased, she lives on in our hearts forever. The family wishes to thank Dr. Jori Carter, Dr. Randal West, Dr. Sarah Temkin, Melissa Foster, NP, and the wonderful chemo nurses for their compassionate care over the last five years. A very special thank you to Hospice of Virginia and Vicky Garrison for their advocacy and empathetic presence.
In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made to VCU Massey Cancer Center in memory of Ann Carol Chancey Moore. A celebration of Ankie’s life will take place at Bon Air United Methodist Church on Wednesday, October 23, 2019. A visitation reception with the family will begin at 10 a.m., with the service following at 11:30 a.m.
I remember Ankie so very fondly and know she will be forever missed. Prayers and love for to the entire family.
Oh, Ankie, I am so sorry and will miss you forever. Love, Diana
Ankie was as close to an angel on earth as I’ve ever met. Everyone who met her loved her and she enriched the lives of our family when Corey’s wife, Kate, brought us together. I will never forget her singing to Brady.
Ankie was definitely a Good and Faithful servant.
Ann, I never imagined I would be writing this to you. I wanted to thank you for being the “best’ manager ever! You were more than just a manager to me you are my friend. You made coming to work a joy as our team dynamic was one of the best at SunTrust. You had our backs and we had yours. I’ll cherish our talks about our families and all the laughs we shared. I’m going to miss that gorgeous smile and your big personality. As I always told you God’s got you and your with him now. I’ll pick up where you left off and become Kenny Chesney biggest fan.
Rest in Paradise Ann Moore you will be missed!
Love Sharon Evans
I saw a light this morning
shining in the sky,
and into the wondrous Universe
fly little bird, fly.
Loved you, Ankie, and will miss you.
I am so sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you.
To the Family of Ann, I was so sad to her about Ann’s passing. She was a wonderful person and I enjoyed working with her for many years. I will hold you all in my thoughts and prayers during this difficult time.
Your spirit was bright and your smile was even brighter. You will be missed by many at ST.
Please accept my sincere condolences and comfort from the scriptures found at 2 Corinthians 1:3-4. “Praised be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of tender mercies and the God of all comfort, who comforts us in all our trials so that we may be able to comfort others in any sort of trial with the comfort that we receive from God.”
Marvin Watts. ( Suntrust Family )
To me, she was Grace personified and I will think of our sweet Ankie this way -always. You will forever be with us, our RU “Gang of 10”, no matter our number physically present. Until we meet again, soar high.
May blessings abound in your hearts Joey, Whitney, Corey and all the family as you move through the difficult days of missing your much loved Ankie. ♡
To the family that Ann loved dearly, may God comfort you and give you peace. The peace that she has undoubtedly found. Ann was a kind and nurturing person. She positively touched the lives of everyone that she met. I was blessed to have walked through this journey with our paths crossing. I remain forever encouraged by her perseverance, inspired by her courage, empowered by her strength. Truly, she fought a good fight, I trust that she has found sweet rest in her heavenly father’s arms.
So many happy memories of laughter, sharing and good times of friendship. Ankie was a very dear friend and is loved and missed by me and so many others. Rest over the horizon and I know I’ll see you again.
To the family of Ann: I had the privilege to be “coached” by Ann several years in the Retail Branches. She had a smile and heart that brightened any room she entered. Ann was a manager of managers displaying: accountability, attention to detail and an impeccable worth ethic! And that “laugh”!!! May you be comforted in knowing the eternal impact she made….