Charles T.-Waid, Jr.-Obituary

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Charles T. "Charlie" Waid, Jr.

Roanoke Valley, Virginia

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Mike and family,
My deepest sympathy after Charlie's passing. He was a very special man. I worked with Charlie going back to when I started part-time in 1979. As long as I knew him, he was always the same kind and patient man. He will be greatly missed.

The Waid Family,
Our deepest sympathy in the loss of your love one. May God Bless you and comfort you at this time and in the days forward. We feel blessed to have known Charlie through Tabernacle Baptist Church. Charlie was a "Special Person" and respected by many people. He loved "Our Lord" and he lived his life accordingly. He was a True Witness. Although we will miss Charlie,our admiration and memories of him will always exist.

Mike and family , he will be sadly missed. He and Margaret were part of many fond memories from the years. I will always remember him showing the wonderful family slides at Christmas. Much love , Nancy P. Kessler and family

I'll miss you Uncle CT and all our correspondence. You always brought a smile to my heart. Love to all the family.
Love, Susan Adele

I am so saddened by the passing of Mr. Waid. A comforting thought for me is that now Mr. Waid, Margaret and Becky are all together once again! Love to all, Linda Graham

Rest in Peace Charlie

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Charles T. ?Charlie" Waid, Jr. 90, of Roanoke, went to be with his Lord and Savior on Sunday, April 21, 2013.He was born in Roanoke to the late Charles T. and Ora Vance Waid. His beloved wife of 66 years, Margaret Pickle Waid, passed away last November, his daughter Rebecca A. Waid, and his...

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