ForeverMissed
Funeral service will be held Friday, February 12, 2021 will be from 3:00pm-4:00pm at W.E. Lusain Funeral Home Dayton. Walk-Through visitation from 3:00pm-3:30pm, and service to follow after. 

Professional arrangements entrusted to W.E. Lusain Funeral Home and Crematory.
Posted by Cheryl Davis on February 12, 2021
Dear cousin Charlie you are blessing to the family you will truly be missed psalms chapter 119 verse 105
Posted by Tré Boatwright on February 12, 2021
I'm going to miss you Uncle Charlie and I am never going to forget the memories I share with you.
Posted by Kenneda Cooper on February 11, 2021
To my dear loving Uncle Charlie. Gosh . . . So may things I can say about you. You have been there from the very beginning. Actually, the closest thing I had to a father!! So many fond memories of you. Where can I even begin. From the many Christmas’ where mom always bought those gifts that came with 50 million pieces that you had to put together. You did it, but it wasn’t without 5011 curse words. . From that one time my Aunt Flow came and you rushed to the store and brought back to my high school that see through Walmart bag with a pack full of feminine napkins. Can you say embarrassed!! But what other uncle would have done that. Oh, and let’s not forget when it was time for me to learn how to drive. All I can say is that I have a heavy foot and low tolerance because of you. But . . . I wouldn’t change it for the world!! One of my most cherished memory of you is the day Kylen was born. Oh my lord, the pure joy on your face when you met and held him for the first time. I couldn’t tell you anything about how to raise my son and I was okay with that. Uncle I love you from the very bottom of my heart. Although I am going to miss your “Hello Hello Hello Hello” and your “Ok . . . I’m done talking now,” I know you are in a better place with no more suffering and reunited with Mama Doll. That is what comforts my heart. You lived a long full life and it’s okay to rest now. Job well done!!!
Posted by Kayla Brown Jackson on February 11, 2021
I remember quite a few moments we had but I remember when he stopped by our old apartment, right before I was getting ready to clean he called me and asked if I was home I said yes and boom he pulled up almost instantly and gave me $20 on my birthday ! I gave him the biggest hug, he didn’t have to give or say anything, he didn’t even have to go out of his way to do that for me, but he did, and he treated me as if I was really his daughter. In our hearts I was and am. I love you Dad and will miss you.
Posted by Charles Jackson on February 11, 2021
Throughout any ups and downs... my dad was always strong.. and there for me. Words can't express how I feel about this..
But what I can say, is that he raised me to be who I am today, and my own man.
He was a hard working man.. who never showed weakness.. he'd rather say I got it.. then to ask for help. He taught me how to cook when I was 13, telling me "if you wanna eat, you gone go outside, put these ribs on the grill, and I'll walk you through it but its time you learn how to cook for yourself." My dad was a warrior.. to the end. And no one could ever take that from him..
Posted by T. Marie Boatwright on February 9, 2021
What I learned and loved about my cousin Charlie...to always care and love your family despite their imperfections, work hard, and be kind to everyone. Take the the time to laugh and enjoy life. Top Chef Charlie see you later...(Rev 21:3-4)

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Posted by Cheryl Davis on February 12, 2021
Dear cousin Charlie you are blessing to the family you will truly be missed psalms chapter 119 verse 105
Posted by Tré Boatwright on February 12, 2021
I'm going to miss you Uncle Charlie and I am never going to forget the memories I share with you.
Posted by Kenneda Cooper on February 11, 2021
To my dear loving Uncle Charlie. Gosh . . . So may things I can say about you. You have been there from the very beginning. Actually, the closest thing I had to a father!! So many fond memories of you. Where can I even begin. From the many Christmas’ where mom always bought those gifts that came with 50 million pieces that you had to put together. You did it, but it wasn’t without 5011 curse words. . From that one time my Aunt Flow came and you rushed to the store and brought back to my high school that see through Walmart bag with a pack full of feminine napkins. Can you say embarrassed!! But what other uncle would have done that. Oh, and let’s not forget when it was time for me to learn how to drive. All I can say is that I have a heavy foot and low tolerance because of you. But . . . I wouldn’t change it for the world!! One of my most cherished memory of you is the day Kylen was born. Oh my lord, the pure joy on your face when you met and held him for the first time. I couldn’t tell you anything about how to raise my son and I was okay with that. Uncle I love you from the very bottom of my heart. Although I am going to miss your “Hello Hello Hello Hello” and your “Ok . . . I’m done talking now,” I know you are in a better place with no more suffering and reunited with Mama Doll. That is what comforts my heart. You lived a long full life and it’s okay to rest now. Job well done!!!
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Shared by Charles Jackson on February 11, 2021
I remember all the times when me and my friends would be in my room and he'd bust into the room, 
Possibly smacking someone with a shoe, just letting us know he just felt like bothering us lol. 
He always made my friends felt welcomed, and at home any time they were there. 
I remember one time he legit smacked one of my female friends in the face with a shoe and she was like "OW!" 
It was the funniest thing ever. 
I have so many things to remember..

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Shared by T. Marie Boatwright on February 9, 2021
There are too many childhood memories to mention.  However, I will mention a few:  Walking to school from Granny’s house.. Edison Street; after getting in trouble and receiving discipline from Granny,  Aunt Darlene, and Aunt Joyce.  Your collection of Comic Books and your Top Chef culinary  skills that I had the pleasure of tasting!