Charles E. Hudson
Mar. 5, 1943 – Oct. 30, 2020
Charles Edward Hudson, 77, of Glen Allen, VA, passed away peacefully on October 30, 2020, after a short battle with cancer.
Charles is survived by his wife of 50 years, Brenda Myers Hudson; his daughter, Christy Hudson; a four-legged daughter, Rosie; 2 four-legged grandchildren, Casey and Cinnamon; his sisters, Toby McCormick and Patsy McCullough; his foster sisters Sharon Lucas and Joanie Kemp; his foster brother Jerry Wheeler; other foster brothers & sisters; his brother-in-law Richard Myers (Deborah) and family; brother-in-law Gene Myers (Tina) and family; a large extended family of blood & foster relatives, and many, many friends.
Charles knew no strangers. To meet him was to become an instant friend. After retiring from Brookfield Machine & Welding after nearly 40 years of employment, he began working for RMC Events where he loved parking cars, talking to vendors, and walking the halls of the Siegel Center. He also spent a great deal of time volunteering as a greeter and bus boy at Little Szechuan Chinese restaurant. Charles grew up in the Masonic Home of Georgia in Macon, and was a member of Glen Allen Lodge #131. He was a veteran of the Navy where he served aboard the USS Forrestal.
Services will be held sometime in the spring. Donations can be made to the Masonic Home of Virginia.
So sorry for youlls loss.Im so glad he didnt suffer.God be with you and your family during this diffacult time
I’m so sorry this has happened Brenda. Charles was a great person and always willing to help. Please know that my prayers are with you and Christy, and all of your family.
I was so sorry to hear of his cancer and of his passing. Love, light and energy to you all as you grieve your loss and celebrate his life.
Christy and Brenda, I’m so sorry to hear about Charlie’s passing. Another great man gone too soon. He will be deeply missed. Prayers and sympathies for the family!
Charles was a blessing to many people whose lives he touched. He will be greatly missed until we see him again in heaven. He will probably have dinner ready for us. Praying for you Brenda and Christy.
So sorry to hear of Charles passing. Ed and I continue to pray for Brenda any you. He always had a smile and we know he has one now!
Charlie was a bright light among his church family. We treasure many great memories. Our prayers are with all of his family. Curtis & Jewel Cooke
Hey brenda an christy im sorry for your loss we all miss charlie
Charlie and I played softball together back in the 70’s and he always had a smile on his face. I encountered numerous times at RMC Events, either at a parking lot or at the door. I also saw him mumerous times at Little Szechuan lending a hand. So sad to hear this news a year after it happened. My deepest sympathy to the family.