Charles Stevens Stotts

February 14, 1951January 19, 2021

Chuck was born to Ovada and George Stotts during a rare blizzard in Marshall, Texas, on Valentine’s Day, 1951. He died January 19, 2021, after a courageous battle with complications of COVID-19. He was 69 years old. Chuck grew up in Marshall and attend H. B. Pemberton High School. In 1969 at the age of 18, he served in the United States Army and proudly defended our country in the Vietnam War. He would often meet with other Vietnam vets within the community to discuss old times and offer support. Chuck moved to Michigan in 1973 where he studied at Lansing Community College. Chuck retired after 20 years of working for the State of Michigan. In retirement he enjoyed Tai Chi and admiring cars, especially Corvettes. In 1977 Chuck met the girl of his dreams. Chuck and Karen were married on August 29, 1986 and he spent the past 34 years as a devoted husband and best friend to his beloved wife. They enjoyed anniversaries in the Upper Peninsula and together they shared a life full of love. Together they have raised champion Doberman Pinschers and enjoyed spending time at the family farm. He is survived by his loving wife, Karen; his mother, Mrs. Ovada Stotts; his daughter Princess (Shata) Hurd-Bogans; his grandsons, Trenton and Jaxon; his sister Florine (husband Bob) Ray; his brothers, Ellis and Tom (wife Shirley) Stotts. He was preceded in death by his father George Stotts and his grandparents. His passing has left an empty spot in many lives, especially those of his many nieces and nephews. He was like family to his in-laws and will truly be missed. He was a good man. We will miss him forever. 2 Timothy 4:7 I have fought the good fight, I have finished the race, I have kept the faith.


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January 25, 2021

Karen, we are so sorry to hear of the loss of your husband. We will pray for you and hope that your great memories will help to comfort you at this sad time.

Melody Crandall

January 25, 2021

Karen I am so sorry for your 𝗟𝗼𝘀𝘀.
Chuck was a sweet loving man that with your help overcame many health problems. Unfortunately he lost his battle with COVID.
Whenever I saw Chuck I would always go over and kiss his bald head. He’d always laugh. I love you my friend . May his love bring you strength and solace. Hugs Mel

LeAnn Fobbs

January 24, 2021

Karen, my heart breaks for you. I'm so sorry for your loss. Chuck was a good man and he will be missed by many. Just keep swimming, and if you feel the need to talk to someone that navigated the rough waters of losing their husband, get my number from Laurie and feel free to call me any time day or night. And don't let anyone tell you how or how long to grieve! Just do one day at a time. Hugs

Jean Ruestman

January 23, 2021

Karen, I'm so sorry about Chuck's passing. My thoughts and prayers are with you.
Jean Ruestman