Charlie Lee-"Charlie Mc" Grant-Obituary

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Charlie Lee "Charlie Mc" Grant

Aug 2, 1944 - Feb 28, 2021 (Age 76)

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May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.

May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.

Charlie, you were a great dude, lots of fun, & a pleasure to be around. You will be missed by your earthbound family & friends. To Charlie's family, cherish the joyous times & love that you shared with Charlie.

Charlie, I miss you already!!! You are a special friend to me!! Have a great time fishing and hunting with Jackie and Jack!! Love you always!!!

May God's promise found in John 6:40, of the hope to see our loved ones again, comfort your heart and give you peace, strength, and hope in the days ahead.

Such a lovely home going service. May the Lord Jesus be your comforter. We will pray for you all.

So sad to hear of my good friend Charlie passing away. He will be greatly missed by all of us.
Steve and Judi Jolly, and Family

Charlie can't believe your gone. You were a good friend to me. Never forget when Nicki and I would walk into a place you would look up and shake your head and say 'HERE COMES TROUBLE" Nicki would reply 'YOU KNOW IT" and the party was on. Those were good times. That's the CHARLIE I REMEMBER. I love you Charlie Grant.

Obituary

Charlie Lee's Obituary

Charlie Lee "Charlie Mc" Grant 76, of Pottsboro, Texas passed away Sunday Morning February 28, 2021 at his Cartwright, Oklahoma home with his loving family there. He was born to Robert Floyd and Elizabeth Birch Grant August 2, 1944 in McKinney, Texas. Charlie's passions were hunting, Fishing, Gardening, Camping and his riding mower. Did I mention Hunting?! He was preceded in death by his Father and Mother, Sister Gwyn, Brother John, Son Bobby and Daughter Charla. He was a longtime member of the Fraternal Order of Eagles #85, American Legion Post 62, Loyal Order of Moose Lodge #2167, Benevolent Protective Order of Elks #238 all of Denison, Texas and the VFW Post #7873 of Pottsboro, Texas where he gained more friends that can be mentioned that he dearly loved. Charlie spent 40 years hunting the Kiamichi Mountains in Oklahoma with Jack, Johnny, and Jackie Means and many of the Mean's boys. It was their quality time one would say. They were best friends more like family along with Dewayne Hembry of Calera, Oklahoma. Charlie attended Truth Church of Denison, Texas for many years and was welcomed back home by the Gilbert's and Truth Church Family in 2014 with arms wide open. Oh what a Reunion! What a praying Mom, Family and Church can get accomplished through prayer and the grace of God. Hallelujah! Charlie got a renewing of the Holy Ghost and got Baptized in the name of Jesus. Oh what a glorius day! He is survived by his Wife of 19 years Nickie Parker Grant of the home Pottsboro, Texas, Sister Mary Taylor and husband Ron of Sherman, Texas, Brothers Grady Grant and wife Gale of Denison, Texas and Bob Grant and wife Nancy of Abilene, Texas. Children Ashley Sewell and husband Mike of Kaufman, Texas, Brandy Booth and husband Paul of Randolph, Texas and Destiny Mealer also of Randolph, Texas. Grandchildren Caleb, Caley, Abrianna, Michael, Bradley, Alecia, Spanky, Cody, Cory, Michelle, Justin, Robert and Lil Charlie along with 10 Great Grandchildren and many Nieces, Nephews and many In-Laws. Charlie loved life and everything about it . He will be missed desperately by his family and friends. His ashes will be left in the hills of the Kiamichi Mountains per his wishes. The family would like to thank the staff at Guardian Hospice, Best 4 years of care & compassion imaginable, Parks Drugs and longtime friend Carl Cunningham of Cunningham Funeral Home. A Celebration of Life for Charlie Grant will be held at 1:00 p.m. Saturday afternoon March 6, 2021 at Truth Church in Denison, Texas with Darren Gilbert officiating. The register book may be signed and condolences sent to the family online @ cunninghamfuneralhomesok.com Arrangements are entrusted to Cunningham Funeral Home in Colbert, Oklahoma.

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