In Memory

Charlene Stephens

Charlene Stephens

STEPHENS, CHARLENE FAYE Charlene Faye Stephens was deeply loved by friends all over the world. She was and will be missed in her birth home Spokane Washington. As well as the place of her rebirth Birmingham, Alabama, where she accepted our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ at Walking On Water Christian Church. She attended Spokane schools, Sheridan Elementary, Libby Jr. High and graduated from Ferris High School, and went on to become a Licensed Beautician. Charlene was born to Charlie and Maxine Stephens, Jr., on December 9, 1972 and departed this world on January 20, 2008. She is preceded in death by her beloved grandmother, Audrey Simon and grandfathers, Allen Simon, Sr. and Charlie Stephens, Sr. Survivors include her mother and father, Maxine and Charlie Stephens, Jr. of Birmingham, AL; brother, Earnest Simon Stephens (Kristy) of Phoenix, AZ; and grandmother, Ms. Louise Stephens of Thomasville, GA; her loving friend, Daryll Carr; uncles, Allen Simon, Jr. and Ronald P. Simon (Theresa), both of Spokane, WA, John Stephens (Cora) of Ridgeland, SC, Earnest Stephens (Eula) of Atlanta, GA, Samuel Stephens, Bobby Stephens (Louise), Terry Stephens (Pearl), all of Thomasville, GA, Ricky Stephens (Vivian) of Tampa, FL, and Tony Stephens (Kelly), of Lawrence, NJ; aunts, Lucille Gordon of Thomasville, GA, Patricia Wright (Michael) of Jacksonville, FL, Alice Stephens of Fayetteville, NC, and Mary Lou Johnson of Tampa, FL; along with nieces, Trinity and Ariana Stephens; nephews, Earnest Simon Stephens, Jr.; and a host of beloved cousins and friends. Please join us through love, testimonials, and prayers in saying goodbye to one of heavens angels! Sunday, January 27, 2008 at 1:30 p.m. Arrington Funeral Home Chapel with burial in Jefferson Memorial Gardens, Trussville, AL. Viewing will be Saturday, January 26, 2008, 2:00-7:00 p.m. at Arrington's Chapel. Arrington Funeral Home, directing.

Published in The Birmingham News on January 25, 2008



 
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04/09/11 10:55 PM #1    

Charlene Crawford (Bohbot)

I remember roller skating with Char at Patterson roller rink in 6th grade. Good Times!


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