The information contained in these pages is not meant to be taken as an endorsement of any medical approach, procedure, or treatment of any kind. If you have symptoms, seek immediate professional medical attention. The topics here are presented solely as potential options to be discussed with your medical professional.
WebCafé home arrow In memoriam
Charles E. Stallins PDF Print E-mail
Charles E. Sta1l1ns, 68, of 70 1 Macedonia Rd., Mayfteld, died at 10:17 p.m. Sunday, April 8. 2001, at the Jackson Purchase Medical Center in Mayfteld. He was a native of Hopkinsville, attended Austin Peay State University in ClarksVille, Tenn., was a retired agent for State Farm Insurance Companies with 31 years of service, was a U.S. Navy veteran having served during the Korean War, and was a member of the First United Methodist Church and its Pathfinders Sunday School Class. Mr. Stallins also formerly served as a Scoutmaster, youth Sunday School teacher and chairman of the church's Administrative Board, was past president of the Mayfield Optimist and Lions clubs, and was a member of Mayfteld Lodge F&AM #369.

He is survived by his wife, Betty Gough Stallins, two daughters, two step-daughters, a step-son, a ha1f-brother, one granddaughter, six step-granddaughters, and two step-grandsons.

He was preceded in death by his parents.


Bladder Cancer WebCafé