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Charlie James Giles was born in the year 1931 to Fannie Wallace and Robert Giles but was raised by Clara Giles, in Alabama. Charlie was affectionately known to many as “Buddy.” He enjoyed watching CNN, sitting on his porch, reading the newspaper, drinking his coke with his KFC meal…lol.
Charlie graduated high school and was enlisted into the United States Army October 2, 1951, and separated on November 01, 1954.
Charlie separated from the Army, worked, and labored for his family. His last place of employment was Suwannee lumber in Cross City, Fl.
The tabloid reads on this day about Mr. Charlie James Giles profile. He was a proud, mild-mannered man who will be missed by his Children; Kenesha Carter, Kinisha Washington (Juan Washington), Melissa Giles, Jermaine Freeman, and Ashley Harris. 22 Grandchildren, one brother; Charles Johnson. Special Cousin Lawson Giles. A host of nieces, nephews, other cousins, and friends. Charlie was proceeded in death by four siblings.
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