OBITUARY

Charles S. Holston

August 17, 1938October 17, 2013

Holston, Charles S., 75, of Louisville passed away on Thursday October 17, 2013 at Kindred Hospital. He was a retired employee of American Commercial Barge Line, a catholic by faith, and an Air Force Veteran. He was preceded in death by his daughter, Angela Holston. He is survived by his sons, Timothy and Scott (Wanda) Holston; a brother, James Holston; 4 grandchildren and 3 great grandchildren. A service to celebrate Mr. Holston’s life will be held at 10 am Monday in the Southern Chapel of Arch L. Heady & Son, 3601 Taylor Blvd. with burial to follow in Bethany Cemetery. Visitation will be from 2-8 pm Sunday. Memorial gifts may be made to the Home of the Innocence. Online condolences may be left at, www.archlheadysouthernfh.com.

Services

  • Visitation Sunday, October 20, 2013
  • Funeral Service Monday, October 21, 2013
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Charles S. Holston

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James and Bev Clark

October 23, 2013

I met Charlie in 1972 and remained good friends with him until the day he passed. He was like another member of our family and will be greatly missed by all. Sleep well, Budda.

Anna Barnes

October 22, 2013

My neighbor and friend, you will be missed by me and my family. Our hearts are heavy but because we believe in God, we know we will see you again on the other side. May God's love comfort the family and know that we are here if yo need us.

Susie

October 21, 2013

Charlie, I miss you.

Saundra Spaulding

October 18, 2013

I am so very sorry for your loss. May his love live on in your memories and bring you peace. With loving thoughts and prayer from my family to yours. Love to you all. Saundra and the kiddos

October 18, 2013

Thank you for your service to our country. Rest in God's eternal peace. From a grateful American.

Carl Penrod

October 18, 2013

Charles, it seems like forever since I saw you last. I still remember all the cousins laughing and joking in Huntsville. Those were good times. I'll miss you cousin.

FROM THE FAMILY