September 6, 1929 ~ April 22, 2001

Born in: Asheville,
Resided in: Asheville, NC

Charles H. Brackett, 71, of 13 Canterbury Road, Asheville, died Sunday, April 22, 2001.

Mr. Brackett was born in Asheville and was a son of the late Charles Henry and Louise Inabinett Brackett. He retired as Plant Manager for Coca Cola after 32 years of service and more recently worked with Nationwide Insurance for 12 years.

He was an Army veteran and was a former member of the Sales Executive and Marketing Club and a former Optimist. He was an active member of Haywood Street United Methodist Church where he taught Sunday School at every age level, was Chairman of the Trustees, Chairman of the Administrative Board, Lay Leader, member of the Property Committee and Lay Member of the Annual Conference.

He is survived by his wife, Jacqueline Foster Brackett and a brother, Oscar E. Brackett.

Funeral services will be 2:00 p.m. Thursday in the Patton Avenue chapel of Groce Funeral Home with the Rev. Dorothy Thomas officiating. Burial will be at Pisgah View Memorial Park.

His family will receive friends from 7 - 8:30 pm Wednesday at the funeral home and request that memorials be made to Haywood Street United Methodist Church, 297 Haywood Street, Asheville, NC 28801.

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  1. To the family, I work with Bud at AB Tech and wanted to take a moment to offer my deepest condolences. My thoughts are with you during this sad time.

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  2. I worked for Dixie-Home Stores and Winn-Dixie on Haywood Road in West Asheville when Charles was with Coca-cola and always enjoyed his visits. This was during the 1940’s and 1950’s.

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  3. YOU ARE NOT ALONE

    When trouble comes, we often say,’Why did this have to be?’
    But blessings come in many ways that sometimes we can’t see.
    Everything that happens is part of GOD’S eternal plan.Today what seems a mystery in time we’ll understand.
    Remember prayers are with you to give you strength today.
    Call on those of us who love you to share with you along the way.

    You have our sympathy.

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  4. I give thanks to God for the faithful leadership and service that Charles Brackett gave the Sunday School, worship, Administrative Bd., etc of Haywood St. UMC. He loved Jesus, the United Methodist Church, his dear wife, and the people of Haywood St. UMC. I enjoyed being his District Superintendent and his friend. With love and appreciation, Fred Macon

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  5. We are thinking of your family at this difficult time. Our prayers are with you.
    Colleen Maybin/Linda McKinney
    @Ronnie S Rhodes Agency
    Nationwide Insurance

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