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Charles Allison Tucker

November 16, 1942 — December 1, 2023

Charles Allison Tucker, affectionately known as "Tucker" to his friends and family, passed away on December 1, 2023, in Greenville, SC, at the age of 81. Born on November 16, 1942, in Newton, GA, Tucker was a man whose laughter and generosity brought light into the lives of those around him.

Tucker was a devoted husband to his late wife, Edna Tucker, and a loving father to his children, though he was predeceased by his sons Charles A. Tucker Jr., and Tommy Hooker. He leaves behind a legacy through his daughters, Tina Clark, Janice Goforth, and Julie Clark. His grandchildren, Tracy Mills and James Feno, who lived at home with him, will cherish the memories of his spirited nature, along with his six other grandchildren and five great-grandchildren, who will miss his funny stories and warm presence.

Professionally, Tucker was respected as a foreman in the heating and air industry, where his hard work and expertise were appreciated by all who worked alongside him. His commitment to his craft was matched only by his dedication to his family and his community.

Tucker's interests were as warm-hearted as his personality. He loved working on old cars, a hobby that provided him with both joy and a sense of accomplishment. His laughter was contagious, and he was always ready with a joke or a funny anecdote to lighten the mood. His home was a welcoming haven, a place where friends and family were always greeted with open arms and a hearty chuckle.

Those who knew Tucker will remember him as a funny, spirited, and generous man. He had the rare ability to make everyone feel at home, and his absence will be felt deeply by those who had the pleasure of knowing him.

As we bid farewell to Charles Allison Tucker, we celebrate the indelible mark he left on our hearts and the countless moments of joy he brought into our lives. His spirit, laughter, and kindness will live on in the stories shared by his loved ones and the memories held dear by all who loved him.

Tucker's life was a testament to the beauty of simplicity and the power of a generous heart. He will be profoundly missed, but the legacy of love and laughter he has left behind will continue to inspire and comfort his family and friends for generations to come.

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