OBITUARY

Charles Henry Morman

July 10, 1927September 9, 2018
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Charles Henry Morman was born on July 10, 1927 in Center, Missouri and passed away on September 9, 2018 in Roswell, Georgia

Services

  • Visitation Friday, September 28, 2018
  • Celebration Of Life Saturday, September 29, 2018
REMEMBERING

Charles Henry Morman

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Jane Poole

September 27, 2018

When Charlie attended high school in Center,Mo.,his English teacher noted that he was the only one who spoke proficient English in her class. Another time ,a teacher put him in charge of her class-lessons included-while she took a 3 day break.There were no substitutes then. She chose the right person.
His sister,Jean Deason,said he was a bookworm.Charlie loved to read.He amassed thousands of books in his lifetime.
Charlie met and dated Virginia for 6 weeks.Cupid's arrow hit when he asked her to marry him. They made a perfect match. They never had children, but "the Brown sisters" were their children.They came to see "Papa Charlie" before he died.
Advice from his Father-Always do the right thing when nobody is looking.
Charlie, we were so happy to have Virginia and you in our lives. Jane

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Biography

Charles Henry Morman was born July 10, 1927 in Center Missouri to Carl Julius and Josephine Yager Morman. He graduated from Center High School in 1945 and immediately enlisted in the navy. He married Ella Virginia Blalock in 1961 in Beaumont, Texas. Charles enjoyed a successful career with several oil pipeline companies. He and Virginia lived in Tulsa, Oklahoma for a short period of time and then his work led him to the Atlanta, GA area where he remained for the rest of his life. He retired from Colonial Pipeline and after two years was asked to come back and manage a project building a pipeline across Florida. Charles loved aviation and flying antique airplanes. Photography was another hobby that he loved. Charles was also active in the American Legion Boy's State, Roswell United Methodist Church, and Senior Enrichment Living activities.