Charlie Smith Arrangements

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Charlie Smith Arrangements

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This is the site address for the funeral home in Shelby. This is all the details at this time.
http://www.claybarnette.com/
Name:
Charlie M. Smith, Jr.

Date:
November 14th, 1943 - September 8th, 2011

Obituary:
SHELBY- Mr. Charlie M. Smith, Jr., 67, of 4348 W. Dixon Blvd., died Thursday September 8, 2001 at Carolinas Medical center in Charlotte. Arrangements are incomplete at this time and will be announced by Clay-Barnette Funeral Home of Shelby.
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Funeral Arrangements For Charlie Smith

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Mrs. Keever sent this info to Terry Roush and thanks to them both:


The following are arrangements for Charlie Smith

Visitation - Sunday - 6:00 - 8:00 P.M. Clay Barnette Funeral Home located on Highway 74 Shelby

Funeral - Monday - 3:00 P.M. Davidson Memorial Baptist Church - located off Highway 74 behind Bojangles

I know we will all want to keep Lillian and the family in our prayers.

Carolyn Keever
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Date: Mon, Sep 12, 2011 - 08:58 PM ET
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The funeral services today were worthy of Charlie Smith. He was buried with full military honors, in a beautiful cemetery not far from the club he managed, Old Hickory Gun Club. During the service, the minister stated that he had never known Charlie Smith to swear, to boast, or to show anger, or fear. That is a fact. He continued to say that Charlie was a man “true to his faith”, and that Charlie was walking among angels now.

The minister revealed to us that Charlie had earned a Master’s degree, which at first surprised some of us, but then, if you knew Charlie, it made a lot of sense that Charlie would not have ever mentioned it.

What a loss.

bluedsteel
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