January 5, 1957 ~ June 22, 2022

Born in: Columbia, South Carolina
Resided in: Columbia, South Carolina

Charles Howard “Charlie” Morris, 65, of Black Mountain, died Wednesday, June 22, 2022 at Care Partners Hospice in Asheville.

Born January 5, 1957 in Columbia, SC, he was the son of the late Charles W. Morris Jr. and Sylvia (Ruble) Morris.

Charlie graduated with honors from AC Reynolds High School in 1975 and received his BA in Biblical Studies from Wheaton College, Wheaton, IL. He went on to earn his Master’s Degree in Nutrition-Dietetics from UNC Chapel Hill.

He was involved with the Peace Corps in Western Samoa for three years, and was the WIC Director for the Government of Guam for 30 years.

Charlie loved God, family, friends, and food, though not necessarily in that order. He was a devoted member of Faith Presbyterian Christian Reformed Church of Guam. He loved Guam and made many friends there.

Charlie dedicated his life to serving others in need. He was a great son, brother, uncle, and friend.

He is survived by his brother, Jerome “Jerry” Morris (Diane Harrell Morris) of Black Mountain; and three nephews: Michael B. Morris (Emily G. Morris) of Nashville, NC, Stephen L. Morris of Asheville, and Joseph W. Morris of Black Mountain; and one grand-nephew, Levi Morris of Nashville, NC.

Graveside services will be private.

Groce Funeral Home at Lake Julian is assisting the family.

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  1. We will always cherish the many wonderful memories of Charlie! He was much loved and will be greatly missed.

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  2. To the family, I am deeply saddened by the grief you are feeling.
    Knowing of God’s love for you, continue to look to him when “he will wipe out all tears from our eyes, death, pain, and suffering will be no more. ” – Revelation 21:3,4
    He says death is an ” enemy that will be brought to nothing ” – 1 Corinthians 15:26
    How comforting to know that this will be a thing of the past and through Christ Jesus a resurrection for our loved ones.

    love,
    jrfdog@gmail.com

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  3. I will miss Charlie greatly. He was a longtime friend on Guam and had a special affinity for a good pun. 🙂
    He also had a tender heart for young people and worked impacted numerous kids thru Faith Church–so many
    came to know him as “Uncle Charlie.” Praying comfort and peace for the family.
    Jeff Nelson

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  4. Although saddened by the news of my good friend’s passing, I am comforted that he no longer imprisoned by the human restraints. Charlie was blessed with a keen mind and deep understanding of God which was generated by the study of Gods word. Now he is free to enjoy the depth of his relationship with the Lord!

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  5. We appreciate all your love to your brothers and sisters at Faith Church. We will miss our dear bro. Charlie but will he will always remain in our hearts. We love you Bro. Charlie .

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  6. We appreciate all your love to your brothers and sisters at Faith Church. We will miss our dear bro. Charlie but he will always remain in our hearts. We love you Bro. Charlie .

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  7. It is so hard to see you go, but with the comfort of knowing you are with dear Lord now. See you our dear bro., we miss you and love you!

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  8. I will miss my friend and brother Charlie. There are many wonderful memories from Tuesday lunches at Wendy’s to cell group bible studies. Someone to hold me accountable and give godly counsel when needed.
    Faith Church was enriched by Charlie’s presence from his many years on Guam. We grieve with the family at his loss but rejoice that he now is with his Lord and Savior.

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  9. Diane and Jerry, so sorry to read about the passing of Charles. Evidently his life was spent in working for the Lord and serving people. I am sure that he will be missed by so many that have met him through his good works. May God comfort the family as they grieve.
    Love in Christ,

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