Charles Wesley Glass
June 14, 1939 – September 10, 2018
Charles Wesley Glass of Beckley, WV passed away on September 10, 2018 peacefully at home. He was born June 14, 1939 in Dorothy, WV to the late Charles W. Glass and Marie Hodge. Charles was retired UMWA, member of local 17 and a member of the Workman’s Creek Methodist Church, he was also a Kentucky Colonel. In addition to his parents Charles was preceded in death by his wife, Vera Williams Glass; daughter, Tracy Abrams-Brown; son, Dawson Dwayne Glass; great grandson, Christopher Sadzewicz; sister, Debbie Glass Duff; brothers, Richard L. Glass, John F. Glass, Freddie D. Glass, and Millard O. Glass; and grandparents, Mary and Millard Goodson; Those left to cherish his memory include his daughters, Angel (Steve) Stover with whom he resided and Savannah Sears; sons, Chris (Edna) Glass and Charles “Rick” (Missy) Glass; grandchildren, Jarrod and Ian Peters, Larry Dale Abrams, Nicole Sadzewicz, Meghan Dotson; 12 great grandchildren; brothers and sisters, Rodger “Skippy” Glass of Cox Creek, KY, Jerry Hodge of Custard, KY, Andy Hodge, Roy Hodge of Shepherdsville, KY, Autumn “Patsy” Lively of Upper Darby, PA, Lisa Sturgill of Bardstown, KY, and Ouvita Hodge or Shepardsville, KY; a host of nieces and nephews; and two very special friends, Steve and Crystal Young. Graveside services will be held at a later date.
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Terri Swanigan Thompson
September 17, 2018
PeeWee and Vera was my childhood neighbors as we lived in the same small community of Dorothy, WV. I couldn’t have asked for better friends and neighbors. So sorry Angel. Love ya girl
September 13, 2018
Charlie, more affectionately known as Glass, was a great friend and help to me when we lived in Talcott. He and I enjoyed one another, and occasionally a good hot dog. Glass was one of the few people who could get by with calling my wife "Gracie". I know he will be sadly missed by his family, but we will all see him again some day.