Charles Glenn Tucker Jr.

November 12, 1937May 29, 2019

Charles Glenn Tucker, 81, of Carrollton, TX went to be with his Lord on May 29, 2019. Charles was born on November 12, 1937 to Charles and Viva Tucker in Glencoe, Oklahoma. In 1963, he married Eloise and they shared 53 wonderful years together.

Charles is preceded in death by his bride, Eloise Tucker; daughter, Michelle Tucker; parents, Charles and Viva Tucker; brother, David Tucker; and sister, Mary Tucker.

Survivors include his daughter, Diana Haupt; son and daughter in law, Charles and Chandra Tucker; grandchildren: Bradley Tucker; April and Rob Prim; Joseph and Audrey Hornisher; Charlie Tucker; Dylan Tucker; Jacob Tucker; great-grandchildren: Skyla Tucker and Cora Prim.

Burial services will be June 21, 2019 at the Dallas-Fort Worth National Cemetery. He will be honored as an Army veteran and have his wife’s remains placed with him so they will be forever united. “I am my beloved’s and my beloved is mine." Song of Solomon 6:3


  • Committal Service Friday, June 21, 2019


Charles Glenn Tucker Jr.

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Amy Shifflet Mitchell

June 23, 2019

Reading these sweet message brought tears to my eyes remembering all of the happy childhood memories with Uncle Chuck, Aunt Eloise and the rest of our McDowell relatives. Every time I picture Uncle Chuck he has a big smile on his face and I hear him saying “How ya doin’ sweetheart?” He and Aunt Eloise seemed to do everything together and while I miss those happy childhood memories, I’m happy they are reunited.

Betty Shifflet

June 19, 2019

Chuck was very special to me for many reasons. The four of us shared many memories together. He & Eloise thought everything was an adventure & loved taking road trips. Lucky for us because they came to Pueblo often. I was very fortunate that they drove all the way from Dallas to Monterey Calif. to help celebrate my 80th birthday which was so fun. I'm so thankful that Eloise had Chuck to take care if her. I'm thankful for you Charles for being there for your dad to the end.

Casey and Jill Mraovich

June 5, 2019

Jill and I always enjoyed spending time with Uncle Chuck and Aunt Eloise. I especially enjoyed talking with him about the Dallas Cowboys!!! Go Cowboys!!! (Uncle Chuck - put in a good word with the Lord; it’s time the Cowboys bring home another Super Bowl ring)!!!

One of many fond memories that I have of Uncle Chuck is that any time he would get excited about something or thought something was funny, he would sit and laugh, and rub his hands together!!! I loved that and will miss that about him!! We are truly sorry for your loss, but may you find peace in the fact that Uncle Chuck and Aunt Eloise are back together again and will be looking down on you from heaven. Your family is in our thoughts and prayers.

Tommy and Cori Mraovich

June 5, 2019

Lots of fond memories of visiting Uncle Chuck and Aunt Eloise in the summertime. He always had a funny story, and forever I'll remember his laugh. They are loved and missed. Our thoughts and prayers are with the Tucker family, and may God provide you comfort and peace.

Matt Mraovich & Family

June 5, 2019

Our thoughts and prayers go out to the Tucker Family. We are saddened to hear of your loss. We sure enjoyed all the visits we have had with Uncle Chuck and Aunt Eloise in Pueblo. We enjoyed them both so very much. When I think of Uncle Chuck and Aunt Eloise I think of so many fond childhood and adult memories I have had with them. One thing I had in common with Uncle Chuck is that we were both truck drivers at one time. Uncle Chuck loved talking about his truck driver days. "Uncle Chuck lay on that horn and give Aunt Eloise a big hug for me and keep on truckin in heaven!" We will miss you both very much.
All our love,
Matt and Michele Mraovich & family

Bonny Edwards

June 5, 2019

Our thoughts and prayers are with all of Chuck's family. We always looked forward to getting to see both Chuck and Eloise when they would come to Pueblo. He sure loved to tease my son, Brad, about the Cowboys and the Broncos--and Brad loved teasing him right back. We would text Chuck on Sundays during Denver and Dallas football games. We'll miss that!!
I know all is well with the world now that Chuck and Eloise are back together. Hopefully there are a few slot machines in heaven and they can spend some of their time together playing them (and winning now and then).
We'll have a Pass Key for them soon and remember good times!!

Bonny and Brad Edwards

Uncle Butch Aunt Sherry Mraovich

June 5, 2019

Our Uncle Chuck is with is “beautiful bride” (that’s what he called our sister. Uncle Chuck-the kindest,most generous man we’ve ever known. I can just imagine them now- Eloise saying CHUCK what you doing? Where are you? And our Uncle Chuck saying Honey I’m right here. Biscuits Sausage Gravy with Sugar! Extra crispy bacon. Rubbing his hands together so excitingly when his Cowboys are playing well. Bragging about his kids and grandkids and great grandchild. How proud he is. And I believe He had a huge part in their success! We’re gonna miss all those texts and phone calls and all the Love You All’s. What a gentle wonderful man. Love ya all❤️ Uncle Butch and Aunt Sherry