Charles-Welch-Obituary

Charles Ed Welch

Goldthwaite, Texas

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Dear Lois and children~
Though the time we spent with you and Charles was too limited, we especially cherish the memory of the afternoon we spent with you both at the family reunion in Fort Davis. Our prayers are with you.
With love and sympathy,
Patsy and Jim

My deepest condolences to your family. I have many fond memories of Charlie, going way back to Windsor Park Baptist Church in Corpus Christi. He was always such a joy and brought a smile to my face each time I ran across him. My prayers to your family.

A good friend & co-worker for many years. Hardest working man I ever knew. Great memories of our time together. Deepest condolences to Lois & family.

Uncle Charles Ed was the only person that always called me Ed. I never asked him why but I suppose it was that he was an Ed. He always had a relevant question or something nice to say each time I saw him, even the last time a month or so ago.

So glad we got to meet him. He was a funny man. He will be dearly missed by his wife, children, grandkids and great grandkids!

We were lucky to know him, he brought joy to our family. God blessings to the extended family during this difficult time.

So sorry to hear of Charles Ed's passing. I always loved to see his smiling face! With fond remembrance of you all and kindest regards,
Vicky (Welch) Saxe

Dad with his youngest great-grandson, Charles Owen

Dad and Mom with extended family in February 2013

Obituary

Charles's Obituary

Charles Welch passed away in Goldthwaite, Texas. Funeral Home Services for Charles are being provided by Stacy-Wilkins Funeral Home - Goldthwaite. The obituary was featured in The Bryan-College Station Eagle on October 6, 2013.