ForeverMissed


Mr. Charlie Will Shealey was born January 13, 1945 to the parentage of the late Lonnie (Sr.) and Mattie Bandy Shealey. He departed this life on Monday, September 5, 2011 at his residence.

“Buddy”, as he was known to most was a product of the West Point Public Schools and was a member of the Harrison High School graduating class of 1964. After high school, he served four years in the U.S. Army during the Vietnam Conflict.
 

After serving in the U.S. Army, he continued his education by enrolling in Southern Union Jr. College, where he received a certificate in Brick Masonry.

Charlie Will was united in Holy Matrimony to Mary Louise Trammell on May 15, 1976.

He was a former employee of West Point Stevens Service Center, Midsouth Construction and the Troup County Board of Education.

Charlie Will accepted Christ as his Lord and Saviour and united with the Bethlehem Baptist Church under the leadership of the Rev. Dr. Willie T. Edmondson.

To know Charlie Will was to love him. He had many friends, young and old. He was a devoted husband and father.

He leaves to cherish his memory: his loving and devoted wife, Mary L. Shealey, West Point, GA; one son, Charles B. (Quetta) Shealey , North Point, AL; one daughter, Allessia Billingslea, Conyers, GA; two grandchildren, Charles A. Shealey, and Caleb Shealey, North Point, GA;two sisters, Phyllis Shealey, Katie Shealey, West Point, GA; two brothers, Lonnie Shealey, Jr. and Zellas Shealey, West Point, GA; two sisters-in-law, Marion McCauley, Brooklyn, NY; Sara Robinson, Houston, TX; one brother-in-law, Wallace (Bessie) Trammell, Houston, TX; four aunts, Connie Tarver, Nora Easley, Macon, GA; Mary T. Fannings, Lanett, AL, Annie P. Shealey, Atlanta, GA; five special nieces, Tammie Shealey, Marcy Shealey, Abby Shealey, Shawanda Murphy and Ariel Robinson, Houston, TX; two nephews, Dexter Shealey, Donald Winston, Jr., West Point, GA; a host of great nieces and nephews, cousins and other relatives and friends;
four Musketeers Tyrone Patterson, LaGrange, GA; George Lovelace, Lanett, AL, Levon Heard(Deceased).

Interment: Marseilles Cemetery                  

   

Professional services provided by M W Lee Mortuary Inc. in West Point GA. http://www.mwleemortuary.com

              

Posted by (MWL) Administrator on January 7, 2012
Bettye Trammell & Friend wrote at
2011-09-08 12:49:58



Bae Bae,
I would like to express my deepest sympathy to you and your family my prayers are with you.
Posted by (MWL) Administrator on January 7, 2012
Frances Traylor, Classmate wrote at
2011-09-08 01:46:30



To Mary, during your time of sorrow, please know that I am thinking of you.

Frances Traylor
Posted by (MWL) Administrator on January 7, 2012
To the Shealey family:

My thoughts and prayers are with you in this, your darkest hour. May God wrap Charlie in his loving arms while providing comfort to his grieving family.

Frances Traylor,
High School Classmate

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Posted by (MWL) Administrator on January 7, 2012
Bettye Trammell & Friend wrote at
2011-09-08 12:49:58



Bae Bae,
I would like to express my deepest sympathy to you and your family my prayers are with you.
Posted by (MWL) Administrator on January 7, 2012
Frances Traylor, Classmate wrote at
2011-09-08 01:46:30



To Mary, during your time of sorrow, please know that I am thinking of you.

Frances Traylor
Posted by (MWL) Administrator on January 7, 2012
To the Shealey family:

My thoughts and prayers are with you in this, your darkest hour. May God wrap Charlie in his loving arms while providing comfort to his grieving family.

Frances Traylor,
High School Classmate
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Johnson Family wrote at
2011-09-14 07:30:12Our family would like to offer our deepest sympathy for the loss of your dear loved one, Mr. Shealey. Words cannot take the pain away, but knowing others are thinking of you during this difficult time can be a source of strength. May the God of all comfort and tender mercies continue to wipe the tears from your eyes as we all await the time when we will welcome our loved ones back. (John 5:28, 29)