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Charles Wayne Hall

Charles Wayne Hall, 84 went to be with the Lord January 20, 2022 at Peak Resources, Cherryville, N.C..

Born in Eden N.C. on November 26, 1937, he was the only child of the late Charlie B. Hall and Annie Underwood Hall.
In addition to his Mother and Father, Charles was preceded in death by his older son, Charles Jr. (Chuck). Charles is survived by his loving wife, Barbara of sixty-three years, his son Michael Hall and wife Patricia (Trish), of Lenoir N.C., grandsons, Michael Landon Hall, Jr. of Forest City, Jon-Michael Hall of Taylorsville, N.C., and Matthew Hall of Shelby, N.C..

Charles attended Dan River Technical School in Danville, Virginia where he studied Textile management and manufacturing. From there he went on to establish a successful career in textile management. He and his family moved to Shelby in 1969 to join the PPG Fiberglass family. Later he managed a factory for United Merchants and Manufacturers in Rochdale, England, and assisted with one in Sherborne, England. He retired as manager of Clark Schwebel Fiberglass Corporation's Anderson S.C. plant where he oversaw the management and production efforts of some seven hundred employees.

After retirement from Clark Schwebel, Charles went on to form his own company, C.W. Hall Consulting co. and continued working In North Carolina, South Carolina, and Mexico as a private consultant helping companies start up new facilities.

He and his wife Barbara moved to the beautiful shores of Moss Lake in Cleveland County where they spent many happy years of retirement, enjoying family and friends. Charles loved his grandsons and was so blessed to spend special time with them at their place in Wild Dunes on the Isle of Palms. He loved golf, belonged to the Cleveland Country Club, and played when ever his busy work schedule permitted.

Charles was a loyal member of First Baptist Church and the George Byrd S.S. Class where he served faithfully for many years. He was there almost every Sunday morning to greet and welcome members and visitors in his service as usher. Charles was a very quiet, humble, and caring man. He always tried to make others feel important. He never talked about his accomplishments, and most people never knew that side of him. He considered tithing mostly about helping others, which he tried to do on a daily basis.

Heartfelt thanks to Brandy, Carlie, and Whitney of Peak Resources for months of loving care.
Charles will be entombed at Cleveland Memorial Park. Services private.
Memorials may be made to First Baptist Church, 120 N. Lafayette St., Shelby N.C. 28150.
Cecil M. Burton Funeral Home and Crematory is serving the family.

Online condolences may be made at www.cecilmburtonfuneralhome.com

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