Charles (Bud)-Fleeman-Obituary

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Charles (Bud) A. Fleeman

Roanoke Valley, Virginia

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Joyce ,Faith and Family I wish I was able to take just a little of the hurt away.I AM SO SORRY. Bud meant so much to the many that he touched If there is one thing for certain We know he is is with our almighty and one day we will be with him again. Love all of you SHIRLEY

Our deepest sympathies are with you during this time of loss.

Bud was a great friend and attended several of the Pearisburg Red Devil Reunions. Heartfelt sympathy to the family. May Fond memories sustain you.

Our heartfelt sympathy to Joyce,Faith and the family.
Bud was a very special person and was much loved by all who had the privilege of having him as a friend and as an extended family member. Love to all, Phyllis and Bobby Ayers

Dear Joyce and Faith, I am so sorry to hear of Bud's passing! To me he was such a gentle, quiet man. I know your lives were blessed with him as husband and father. Please accept my sincerest remain in my thoughts and prayers.

Blessings to the family of a fine Christian man and Brother in Christ!

We sure did love Bud. He was such a nice man. He loved to tell us jokes.

Joyce and Faith,
I'm so sorry about Bud. My thoughts and prayers are with you. If you need anything please let me know!
Love you!
Tammy, Tony Adams and girls

We are thinking of you during this time and our prayers are with you. So sorry to hear of your loss.


Charles (Bud)'s Obituaries

Charles A. (Bud) Fleeman, 86, of Roanoke, passed away on Monday, December 2, 2013. He was a member of New Covenant Christian Church and was a Navy veteran of WW II. He was a retired machinist from Norfolk Southern and also worked at the Lynchburg Foundry in Radford. After retirement he worked...

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