Celebrating the life of Charles S. Daniels
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Charles Scott Daniels (also known as “Uncle Buck”) was born on September 8, 1943, to the late Linwood and Elizabeth Daniels. He was called to his heavenly home and departed this life on August 31, 2023. Along with his parents, six of his siblings, Doris Works, Margaret Harris, Anna Harris, Virginia Martin, Robert Daniels, and Archie Daniels all preceded him in Death.
Charles was baptized at an early age at Shiloh Baptist Church in Blackstone, VA. He later joined Union Grove Baptist Church, where he was an active member. He returned his membership back to his roots Shiloh Baptist Church. He received his education and graduated from Luther H. Foster High School after which he enlisted in the United States Army and received an Honorable Discharge. He retired from Allied Chemical in Hopewell.
Charles loved life he was known for telling jokes and we never heard one more than once. He loved children and was instrumental in teaching many to swim at his residence. On any given day you would see him strutting his Cowboy Boots and don’t forget his Cowboy Hat. Uncle Buck had a kind heart and would help anyone that called for his help. He will be greatly missed.
He leaves to cherish his memories, devoted nieces Sandra Harris, Elaine Walker (Ardell) and devoted nephew Rudy Harris (Renee), other nieces and nephews Thelma, Connie, Tyrone, Larry, Wayne, and Earl, Jr. A host of great nieces and nephews and numerous friends and neighbors.
Viewing Wednesday, September 6, 2023 from 12 to 7PM
Funeral Services Thursday, September 7, 2023 at 1:00PM at W.E. Hawkes & Son Funeral Home, Blackstone.
interment Greenview Cemetery, Blackstone
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