Charles W Abbott Sr.

July 9, 1935May 27, 2019

Abbott, Charles W. Sr, age 83, of Leeds, AL passed away May 27, 2019. Mr. Abbott was a retiree from Anderson Electric. He is survived by his wife, Mary Frances Keef Abbott; brother, Jack Abbott; daughter, Kathy Cashatt (Ronnie); sons, Charles Abbott, Jr. (Gussie) and Terry Abbott (Carolyn); grandchildren, Wendy Crawford (Chris), Melanie Garvich (Donnie), Phillip Abbott, and Andrea Abbott; great-grandchildren, Brendan Abbott, and Brittany Darland, Lydia Abbott and Jakob Abbott, Zoey and Christopher Crawford, and Bree and DJ Garvich; great-great-randchild, Jackson Darland. The family will receive friends Friday, May 31, 2019 from 1PM to 2PM at Kilgroe Funeral Home Leeds Chapel with a funeral service to follow at 2PM. Burial will take place at Forest Crest Cemetery. Visit us online


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Michael Abbott

May 31, 2019

The rock of the Abbott family. God granted him the an awesome wife, aunt Francis, Awesome kids and grandchildren. His love of the Lord and family and friends was unmatched. I thank God everyday for him and the role model he was. Him singing at home Gospel music, he could have won American Idol. I will miss him and forever love him and the rest of the family. I also still strongly desire his spaghetti sauce recipe. Best Ever and on Ever Sunday after church dinner. Rest in Heaven!! Love your nephew Michael and my family Jeannine and Evan..

Margaret Chapin Allison

May 30, 2019

Charles was a wonderful man of God. He lived what he believed. May God be near Frances and the children in the days ahead.

Marianne Snyder

May 29, 2019

Charles was always a kind Godly man. He loved the Lord and his family so much. When I was a teenager, I would ride with them too church. Kathy being my very best friend in those days. I was in there home many times, and I can tell you that her Dad, was a great man. I never heard him raise his voice. He also was a wonderful singer. I know he will be sorely missed, not just to his children and grandchildren, but his precious wife, Francis. I know he has gone to that place we call Heaven, where he will never be sick or in pain again. Praise the Lord! Tears will never stain the streets of that city! How wonderful!