September 23, 1934 ~ August 18, 2000

Born in: Buncombe Co.,
Resided in: Asheville, NC

Charles E. Wells, 65, of 245 Pisgah View Road, Asheville, died Friday, August 18, 2000 at his home. Mr. Wells was a native of Buncombe County and was a son of the late Grover and Nellie Ann Stines Wells. He formerly worked at Hadley Corp., Groce Funeral Home, and Magnavox, and retired from Gerber. He is survived by his wife, Helen May Wells: two daughters, Sharon Plummer of Asheville and Sheila Robinson and her husband Paul of Candler; three grandchildren, Trenton and tia Plummer and Dillon Robinson; two sisters, Wilma Brooks of Asheville and Reba Rogers of Candler; and two brothers, Wayne E. Wells and Glenn R. Wells of Asheville. Graveside services will be at 1:00 pm Monday at Green Hills Cemetery with Rev. Charles Sams officiating.

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  1. WAS SO SORRY TO HEAR ABOUT CHARLIE HE WAS A GOOD FRIEND AND NEIGHBOR AND WE WILL MISS HIM VERY MUCH JIM & PATSY PERRY

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  2. Our most heartfelt sympathy is with all of you.If there is anything we can do,please don’t hesitate to let us know.We are here for you , no matter what the time is. I will never foget his smile, twinkling eyes & the best hugs anyone could ask for. Sharon & Wilma, my heart aches especially for you both because you are so special to me. Love,Mary-Ellen

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  3. My heartfelt sympathies to the entire family. I will greatly miss the smiles and hugs that ‘Uncle’ Charles always shared. He was part of a family that will always be very special to me and my thoughts and prayers are with you today and always.
    Love,
    Jan Brooks

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  4. Charlie and I worked together many years at Gerber. He was always happy and a great person to work with. I was shocked to hear of his passing. Helen, he spoke of you often to me. My condolences to you and your family. Charlie will be missed for sure. He was one of a kind.

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