OBITUARY

Perry Charles Lunsford

September 27, 1949September 11, 2021

Perry Charles Lunsford passed away on September 11, 2021, at the age of 71. He is survived by his wife Linda, son Wayne and wife Mary, three grandsons, Charles, Daniel and Henry Lunsford, daughter Pam and husband Jeff Gower, granddaughter Katlyn Gower, grandson Jason Gower, granddaughter Cortney and husband Payton Porter and three great grandsons, Declan, Rylan and Preston Porter, and daughter Adeline Payton Lunsford.

Charles was a native Atlantan and an avid history buff. He enjoyed restoring antique furniture and working on old historic homes. He loved rock and roll music and played in various bands and performed at venues from the 1960s until present. He was a devoted family man and loved by all.

A celebration of life will be planned later.

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Margie Mullinax

September 17, 2021

To the family of Charles Lunsford:

Robbie and I were so sad to hear of Charles' passing. We send our sincere condolences to all of you. Our thoughts and prayers are with you, and we send our love.

Robbie and Margie Mullinax

James and Wanda Pollard

September 15, 2021

Dear Addie, Linda, Pam and Wayne, we are so sorry for your loss. Charles has always been a very good friend to the Pollards. Hopefully y’all will find comfort in your memories of him. He will be missed.
James and Wanda

Dr. Arnold Huskins

September 14, 2021

May I offer my sincere condolences to the family and loved ones of Charles whom I came to know through the Sons of Confederate Veterans. May God in His mercy extend to you all an extra measure of His peace, comfort and strength during this time of sorrow.
I had known of Compatriot Lunsford long before we had met, chiefly for his excellent defense of our Southern heritage and as President of the Heritage Preservation Association of which I was a member. When I moved near Augusta, the Gen. E. Porter Alexander SCV Camp, of which I was a member, invited him to speak at our Confederate Memorial Day services. It was a sincere pleasure to finally meet him and make his acquaintance. I know that Charles is now enjoying his Heavenly reward surrounded by the saints who had worn the grey and butternut whom he defended and honored so well. Rest in peace brave Compatriot! You will be sorely missed.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY