Brother Wages, was my pastor in Fort WORTH.. ALSO, he came to one of my education classes, by my request at TCU, and gave an inspiring speech to the students.. Dan Rightmer
Dear Beverly, when Charles was Superintendent for HEB, at L. D. Bell High School, he asked my son to print a Poem for him to frame for his Office Wall, It was titled "I'd Rather See A Sermon Than Hear One Any Day". My son was Richard Wayne Albin. Does your family still have that framed Poem? I would love to see the words to it. Charles was such a sweet Christian Leader. Deniske Albin email@example.com
Ken, I saw this notice when I arrived home from vacation. Your father and you were both lights in my professional life and help guide my values for what is right. Good memories for me. Hugs to you and your family. He will forever be with you and give you strength. Love you,
Janie, We were saddened to learn of your dad's passing but rejoice in knowing he is with the Lord. You and your family are in our prayers.
The Lord bless you and keep you
The Lord make his face to shine upon you and and be gracious unto you and give you peace.Bro Wages was a loving, kind gentleman.
Prayers for the family at this time of loss.
Dear Mrs. Wages and Family.
Mr. Wages brought me back to Texas from California in 1966. He was my Superintendent and friend for many years. He was a man of integrity as well as a scholar. Mr. Wages was a gentleman who always provided an open door policy. It was an honor to have been a member of his faculty and administration. I will always remember his smile, kindness, and gentle spirit.
May God hold you close and gently rock you as you walk through this journey of grief. Please remember that he was loved by many. I cherish the time that I was a part of his HEB,ISD family.
Peace be with you,
Dolores K. Sutter
Brother Wages, a lovely man, inspiring teacher, spiritual leader, and true Christian, will be missed by so many.
I remember our many years at camp...both summer & winter. May God bless during this time. Margie Caldwell Flory
I remember him well and he was the one from keeping me from quitting school. I went on to graduate and am a professional today in the medical field. Bless the family and his wife and I know he is with our Lord and Savior's God Bless and Rest In peace
Mr.Wages was a wonderful Supt.in H.E.B. I remember seeing him and hearing his name-always associated with strength, caring and dignity. And that is usually not noticed by a student! I was in middle school at the time.
I began my teaching career in H.E.B.
My prayers to his family, he was truly an inspiration to many.
Howardine (Dee Dee) Jury Thompson
Bell High School, Class of 1961
My parents Bill and Dell Frizzell spoke highly of Charles as the youth pastor of their church. I know they thought the world of him. They are gone now as well, but we all wish for peace for the family during this difficult time.
Joy Brower and family
When a stone is dropped into a lake, it quickly disappears from sight - but its impact leaves behind a series of ripples that broaden and reach across the water.
In the same way, the impact of Bro. Wages life lived for Christ has left behind an influence for good that has touched many lives and will reach the lives of many others.
In Christ's Love,
Janie, so sorry to hear about your dad's passing, but I know you and your family are rejoicing that he's in the presence of the Lord. Your dad has a special place in my heart. He was such a sweet and caring man. I used to see him and your mom during their daily walks along Forest Ridge in Bedford. You and your family are in my prayers.
Cynthia Sibley Albin
Kenneth and Laura; Mr. Wages was a class act, he was a very fine person. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. The Byers Family