To the Slayden, Hunt & McMahan families,
May God Bless you at this time of loss. May the beautiful memories of your father/grandfather brighten the days ahead.
I am so sorry to hear of the loss of your father. Love and prayers are with you at this sad time.
Doris and Joe Griffy
I just found out. Glad I got to sit by you at church one Sunday. You were an awesome person. I'm sad for those of us left behind, but happy you are now in the best place of all - heaven
Charles was truly a great friend. I will always remember him for his perfectional work of making wood projects on his spare time. Noteworthy was jewelry boxes and the huge doll house he had created through his imagination of the "Walton Family". Charles was also a member of our bowling team at Skyline Bowling Center for many years. Our condolences go out to Charles family member. We will always remember you Charles and will be sadly missed.
Bless your family and all those that knew and loved you. You were always so kind and such a gentleman. Thanks for the advice as I grew up and your neighbor for so many years and especially thanks for the rides home. You've left a large footprint to follow.
Charles Phillip Swift
To the best Shift Commander & Police Chief ever made. Slick you are truly one of a kind. Thank you for everything and always having our backs. There is not a wall too thick, if you needed help that would have stopped us. But you knew that. Rice & Wilson salute you the Bear. Rest In peace dear Slick.
I remember Chief Slayden. I lived in Clarksville during his time in office. I salute you Chief for your service to God and Country. My condolences to your family and friends. May you rest in peace. Charles W. Keesee, Command Sergeant Major, U.S. Army Retired.
I MISS YOU GRANDDADDY!!!! Hug everyone up there for me! LOVE YOU ALWAYS!!!