Charles Warren Whitworth

June 18, 1944January 7, 2019

Charles Warren Whitworth was born on June 18, 1944 and passed away on January 7, 2019.


No services are scheduled at this time. Receive a notification when services are updated.

Charles Warren Whitworth

have a memory or condolence to add?

Susan Moneypenny

March 2, 2019

Charlie was one of the most clever and talented copy writers I've ever known. We worked together in the early 1980s at KAKZ radio, and he could always make me laugh. A gentle soul, Charlie was kind, thoughtful and a joy to be around. I'd lost touch with him, especially since I moved back to NC in 2011, but the memories I have of him are very fond ones. Rest in peace, dear friend!

Foster Byrd

March 2, 2019

Had the pleasure of working with Charlie in both Oklahoma City and Wichita...A very talented individual and a good friend during those times we spent together. Had not talked with Charlie recently, but had no problem remembering his age or birthday since his birthday was the day before mine. Due to health problems I had not talked to him recently, but thought of him often and have often quoted some of his wisdom when talking to others. So sorry to hear of Charlie's death as I was searching the internet for some of the people I worked with in broadcasting over the years. Memories of time shared with Charlie during my days in Wichita are some of the greatest memories of my days in broadcasting.

Gini Johnson

January 10, 2019

I worked with and enjoyed Charlie when he was in radio and I was at Stephan Advertising in Wichita. He was smart, talented, gentle, funny, charming, and a good friend. We lost contact when I left advertising, and I was so sorry to read of his passing. I wish him peace and light.

Joan Olmsted

January 9, 2019

Charlie was so intelligent and had a wonderful sense of humor. a truly unforgettable character. I dearly loved him. He endured a sad undeserved circumstance his last few years. I met him in junior high school and I will always hold his memory close to my heart.

Hank Blase

January 9, 2019

Charlie was a truly unique individual, with his wry sense of humor, upbeat personality, and strength through adversity. He will be missed.