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Charles Flowers

February 6, 1950 — July 16, 2021

Midlothian

Friday morning, July 16th, 2021, with his wife and loved ones by his side. Born in Beaumont, Texas, on February 6th, 1950, he resided for the past twenty years with his wife, Mary, in Midlothian, Texas. A Christian and member of First United Methodist Church in Waxahachie, he believed in the golden rule and always looked for the best in everyone he met. Anyone meeting Charles was blessed with his honesty, integrity, and generosity of spirit.

Family and friends will gather to celebrate Charles' life on Saturday, September 11, 2021, at 11:00 am at First United Methodist Church, 505 West Marvin Avenue, Waxahachie, Texas, Rev. Val Stewart officiating. In lieu of flowers, remembrances may be made to the Chancel Choir, Bereavement Committee of FUMC, or charity of choice. Wayne Boze Funeral Home, Waxahachie, Texas, was entrusted with caring for Charles, and an online obituary is available on their website.

Charles is predeceased by his father Charles Robert Megarity, Sr., mother Mildred Joyce (Wiltshire) Flowers, brother-in-law Archie Dees, and stepdaughter Calene Crowell. He was especially close to his grandparents, now deceased, Wilkie and Beulah (LeBlanc) Wiltshire, his Big Daddy, and Big Mama. Surviving is his wife, Mary (Brown) Flowers, whom he married on March 27, 2003, daughter Dawn Melissa Flowers  stepdaughters Carrie (Crowell) Almazan, Cassie (Crowell) Cleveland (Michael), adoptive father James H. Flowers, Sr., brothers James (Jimbo) H. Flowers, Jr., and Gregory Flowers (Patricia), sisters Rebecca (Flowers) Dees, and Roxanne (Flowers) (Chuck) Lopez, and brother-in-law Tony Brown. Surviving grandchildren include Whitney, Austin, and Kendall Mendez, Caylee Rose Cleveland, and Emma Almazan. He is also survived by a host of friends and relatives who loved him dearly.

Charles had fond memories of attending French High School in Beaumont; however, after moving to Orange, he graduated from West Orange High School, lettering in golf. He attended Lamar University in Beaumont. Excelling at playing guitar, he especially loved folk music and Spanish guitar. Charles and his wife, Mary, enjoyed singing in the Chancel Choir at First United Methodist Church, with a highlight being touring and singing in Spain in 2009. Charles contracted polio as a baby, but prevailed to pursue many different careers, including selling insurance, web development, e-book publishing, IT forensics expert, as well as building and repairing computers. An avid computer game player, he loved everything about computers. If not for polio, Charles no doubt would have attempted becoming a military pilot as he loved flying and all things military. Now unfettered by earthly afflictions, he surely is soaring above the clouds.

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Celebration of Life

Saturday, September 11, 2021

11:00am - 7:00 pm (Central time)

First United Methodist Church

505 W Marvin Ave, Waxahachie, TX 75165

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