Charlie "Peanut" Faircloth Sr.
I didn't know him personally but remember him fondly from events around the area.
So sorry to hear about the loss of Peanut. Even though we don't know each other,we are cousins. I am Clara Thompson's daughter,Linda. When I read about the life of Peanut,I think of how much I missed not knowing him. I can just imagine the stories he could tell that I would have loved to hear. You will all be in my prayers. Know that he is now in God's arms singing those sweet songs for Him. God bless you. Linda Thompson Kukuda
A greater father-in-law could not be asked for.
My grandfather was the greatest influence in my life. Every time I had to write a paper for school on who was most influential in my life, it was written about Pappy Peanut. If it weren't for Pappy, I may not have excelled in a lot of things I accomplished. He was a wonderful, strong go-getter who never let anything stop him from his dreams. His perseverance has set an example for the rest of his family and reminded us that we can be anything we want to be. -Christina Gann Patterson, granddaughter
We've known Charlie for a long time . He will surely be missed , especially in the music world . Bluegrass won't be the same without him . I know he's been in music all his life but as of late ,it was bluegrass festivals that we saw him the most.
May God bless the loved ones that are left behind and Charlie, you keep the angels laughing and singing !
Ellis and Dot Arrowood