OBITUARY

Charlotte Marie Richards

December 19, 1958November 26, 2019
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A memorial service for Charlotte Marie Richards will be held 10 am Saturday, November 30, 2019, at Eubank Funeral Home.

Mrs. Richards passed away November 26, 2019 in Tyler. She was born December 19, 1958 in Fort Riley, Kansas to Joe Irving and Alice Joan Phillips Yates.

Charlotte was a member of First Baptist Church in Canton. Her family lived in Irving before moving to Myrtle Springs and then to Canton. She worked for The Iron Pot Grill and Jenya's Kitchen for many years. Charlotte loved cooking, garage sales, flea markets, car shows, gun shows, helping people, old movies and as a true Texan, the Alamo. She loved music, especially George Strait, CCR, John Fogerty and classic rock. Most of all, she loved being a MawMaw.

Mrs. Richards is preceded in death by her husband, James Garlon Richards, Jr.; granddaughter, Ellie Mae Richards; and her father, Joe Yates.

Charlotte is survived by her son, James Garlon Richards, III and his wife, Heather of Canton; daughter, Tanna Marie Chitty of Canton; son, Joseph Michael Richards and his wife, Shelby of Ben Wheeler; her married in love for the last 12 years, Billy Crowell of Edgewood; seven grandchildren who called her "MawMaw:" James Edward Richards, Madelynn Jane Richards, Jaxon Irving Richards, Jaden Lee Chitty, Cedric James Eugene Talley, Aubrey Lynn Richards and Korbyn Wayne Richards; mother, Joan Yates; and three sisters: Tammy Tidwell, Mary Shinn and Melinda Phillips.

Services

  • Memorial Service Saturday, November 30, 2019

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John/Mary Lou Powell

November 28, 2019

Sweet Family, Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this time of sorrow. How we loved sweet Charlotte! She was such a charmer, all time friend, and all around sweetheart who I worked with for several years at First Baptist. She always had a good word for everyone and she will be missed by her family and those of us who called her “our friend”. May God hold you close during these difficult times.

Debbie Fitzgerald

November 28, 2019

Charlotte was my cousin all of her life. I remember when my aunt first had her I would call her my baby because I wagged her around on my hip and I changed her diapers plus fed her as well as rocked her to sleep. I will truly miss her. I love you Charlotte.
Your Cousin
Debbie Fitzgerald

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