Lambert Funeral Home

400 Douglas Blvd, Roseville, CA


Charles Alan Wilsey

May 17, 1983July 17, 2020

Charles Wilsey, born May 17, 1983 in Turlock, California, passed away on July 17, 2020 in Roseville Ca. Charles is survived by his wife Jamie, 4 beautiful children Gracie, Hailey, Genesis, and Hunter, his father Marvin Wilsey Jr, his mother Yolonda Mckinzie, Step Dad Kenneth Mckinzie, 6 siblings Krystle, Anthony, Mercedes, Heaven, Faith, and Hope. He will also be remembered by numerous nieces, nephew, cousins, grandma, aunts, uncles and friends. Charles has an amazing heart of gold and a laugh that could make anyone smile. He will be greatly missed and loved. He always said "live for today for tomorrow isn’t promised and always love one another."

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Charles Alan Wilsey

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Yolonda Mckinzie

July 27, 2020

The day my son was born my heart melted. He was loved before he come into this world. He is loved beyond words. Because he loved beyond words. Charles momma misses your laughter, your 'come on really mom' look . Your not here with me physically,, but spiritually we talk everyday. I hear you saying ' come on mom' I promise you I will do everything I can to make you proud of me. My heart is so broken beyond words my love for my son will live forever. As his love for us will live forever. A mothers love for her child can move mountains.

Tiffany Runge

July 21, 2020

Can't believe u are gone💔 FOREVER in our hearts my friend ❤

Krystle Wilsey

July 21, 2020

Charles was a very loving person. Always smiling loved everyone. He leaves behind 3 daughter, 1 son, his wife Jamie, mother, father, 5 sisters and 1 brother amongst nieces nephews and so many others who love him to the fullest. My brother had a heart of gold. He was my best friend and always there for me growing up. He has a laugh that could light up a room. I can still hear it every now and then. I love you brother and until we meet again I will carry you with me in my heart.