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Charlie W. Malone

Place of birth: Tuscumbia, Alabama

Religious affiliation: Other

Mr. Charlie W. Malone Sr. was born March 2, 1925 in Tuscumbia, Alabama. He was the wonderful son of late Mr. Bernie and Ms. Effie Malone, of Tuscumbia.

Charlie W. Malone is the foundation and loving husband, father, son, brother, grandfather, great grandfather, and uncle to his entire family.

Charlie Sr. accepted Christ at an early age. He his wife and all of his children attended Lawndale Church of Christ under the leadership of Reverend Anderson Hamilton, which was later lead by Brother Robert L. Palmore Sr.

After living a long prosperous life Charlie W. Malone Sr. was honored with his wings in his home on December 23, 2015. One sister; Adleana and three brothers; Bernie, Russell, and Dock, three loving sons; Torrence, Charlie Jr., Bobby Ray Malone. All preceded him in death.

His Legacy Continues, he leaves to mourn; His loving wife of 66+ years Lucille Malone. His children; four daughters; Beverly, Sandra, Effie (Calvin), and Ateamia, one son; Terry Lee Malone (Debbie), special daughters; Gail Nunnally and Carol Whittington. Twenty grand children, twenty eight great-grandchildren, five great-great grand children, two nephews; Clarence Jr. (Sharon) and James Melvin. A host of nieces, nephews, cousins, and dear friends.

* Charlie I love You. * You are my best friend,
We have spent a lifetime together. God Bless Us. Your Loving Wife, Lucille.

I Love my father and he is truly missed
From: your oldest daughter Beverly.

Daddy,
How could we ever say goodbye?
We thank you for always being in our lives. Rest on Father.
Beverly, Terry, Sandra, Effie, Sheila, Gail, and Carol.

Pallbearers
Samuel M. Gant Marcus Randalls
Patrick Malone Delondon Malone
Calvin Shine Robert Stuckey

Honorary Pallbearers
Terry Malone James Melvin
Terry Bullock Chavez Malone
Jeffrey Nesbit Tyrone Anderson

Our Father kept a garden. A garden of the heart, he planted all good things, that gave our lives their start. He turned us to the sunshine and encouraged us to dream. Fostering and nurturing the seeds of self-esteem, and when the winds and rains come, he protected us enough; but not too much because he knew we would stand up strong and tough. His constant good example, always taught us right from wrong. Markers for our pathway that will last a lifetime long. We are our father’s garden. We are his legacy.

Acknowledgements
The Malone Family would like to thank everyone for their sympathy and support at this time of bereavement.

Funeral Notice Detail

\"In Loving Memory of Charlie W. Malone\"
\"Chuck\"
Born into Time March 2, 1925 Born into Eternity December 23, 2015
Wake 11:00 am - 12:00 pm Funeral 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Monday, January 4, 2016
Lawndale Church of Christ
2357-59 S. Lawndale,Chicago, IL 60623

Officiating:
Brother M. Stephen

A Memorial Service will be held at

Lawndale Church of Christ

2357-59 S. Lawndale

Chicago , IL 60623

On: Jan 04, 2016 — At: 10:00 AM

2 Responses

  • Ateamia Johnson On

    Dear Father and Grandfather 2,I don't feel bad that he can't hear me say I love you one more time, or feel my dry soft kiss on the cheek anymore. I know that my grandfather is truly loved and I pray, always remembered. As a child I remember sitting on the side of the house on a bench, a bench made by my grandfather, a wooden bench made by his hands, my grandfather worked with his hands. He was good with his hands, you can ask my grandmother. I remember my grandfather took up for me and let me sit on that bench made by grandfathers hands until late in the evening. My grandfather was a good man, and I pray that he will never be forgotten by me. My grandfather was a good man, he always took care of his family no matter what, through the good times and the bad times my grandfather always took care of his family. My grandfather was a good man.

  • Ateamia Johnson On

    Dear Grandfather,


    My grandfather was a good man, all I have to say about him is good things. In his later years he suffered with Alzheimer's disease, but he lived a full, long life, filled with the love of a good woman (grandmother) and I love him still. I am aware that tomorrow is not promised to any of us. In this life we go through somethings that help us to believe in God, Jesus Christ Almighty, and God's Saving Grace. Whenever I visited Grand daddy, even if only for a minute or two, he loved a small kiss on the forehead or cheek, and words of love and encouragement. I don't feel bad that he's gone on to rest until the coming of the Lord.

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