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Norel Kaleb McAdoo

Norel Kaleb McAdoo, affectionately referred to as CEO Norel, 24, of Little Rock, Arkansas passed away January 28, 2024. He was born on October 27, 1999 in Little Rock to Leron and Stacey McAdoo.
He is survived by his parents Leron and Stacey McAdoo, sister and best friend Jamee McAdoo, maternal grandmother Vernita Greene and paternal grandparents Rev. Dr. C.E. and Gloria McAdoo, two uncles (Dr. Charlie McAdoo II and Jonathan Harden), two aunts (Dr. Billynda McAdoo and Madra Harden), and five first cousins (Charlie McAdoo III, Billy McAdoo, Uel Harden, Vlana Harden and Wynora Harden). He also leaves behind a host of family, loved ones and special friends – including Keith Bates, Jacob Cunningham, Brent Mosley IV, Chyna Young and the rest of the Writeous and SIMO crew. Norel was preceded in death by his uncle Craig James and grandfather Stanley James.
Norel was a member of Hunter United Methodist Church where he was baptized and also served as the lead drummer and member of the United Methodist Men. He was an honor graduate of Little Rock Central High and Tennessee State University – where he earned a Bachelors of Science in Civil Engineering. And although he was an engineer by trade, his heart was in the arts as he was a dynamic creative and a prolific thinker, writer, poet and rapper. At just five years old, he released his first album with his 3 year old sister and continued to make and produce music until his untimely death via his own recording studio (that he built from the ground up) called SIMO (Step Into My Office) Studios.
A memorial service to honor and celebrate Norel McAdoo will be held at St. Andrew United Methodist Church, 4600 Baseline Road, Little Rock, Ark. 72209. Family hour will occur Friday, February 2nd from 6-7 p.m. and the funeral will be Saturday, February 3rd at 12 p.m. The family respectfully asks that all attendees wear vibrantly colored clothing and orange if possible. Repass in the fellowship hall immediately following the service. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be made to Art Action 501C3 in memory of Norel McAdoo. Please mail to 3212 Duke Ct., Little Rock, Ark. 72204 or Cashapp at $ArtAction.
Services entrusted to Robinson Mortuary, Little Rock, 1201 Dr. MLK Jr. Drive, Little Rock, Ark. 501-371-0111. “A Service You Can Trust.”