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Charles Melvin Guthrie

Charles Melvin Guthrie

March 27, 1925 - April 26, 2020
Midlothian, VA

Charles Melvin Guthrie

March 27, 1925 - April 26, 2020
Midlothian, VA

Obituary

Charles Melvin Guthrie, 95, of Chesterfield, VA went to be with the Lord on Sunday, April 26, 2020. Beloved husband of the late Mary Linda Chenault Guthrie; devoted father of Linda Guthrie Murray and Carolyn Guthrie Giardina (Frank); grandfather of Zachary Guthrie Murray and Patrick McCane Murray; brother of Connie Richardson Conklin. Charles is also survived by his loving cat and his granddogs. A private family service will be held at 1:00 pm on Saturday, May 2 at the Morrissett Funeral Home Chapel. The funeral service will be streamed on his obituary page found at Morrissett.com. Interment will follow at Dale Memorial Park.

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18 responses to Charles Melvin Guthrie

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  1. We want to send our sympathy to you, Linda and Carolyn and family. Your dad was a character, no doubt about it, and was always good for a laugh. Your mom would get so mad at him when we were trying to visit, but it never stopped him. He was a good example of grit and determination to overcome his handicaps.

  2. I think of Melvin often when I’m in his old neighborhood. We had many enjoyable conversations when I was cutting grass in the summer or selling Christmas trees in Dec. When he did most of his traveling by lawn mower, he would often help me with my cutting. Later when his travels were by golf cart, we had a comfortable place for us to sit and chat. When we would talk about running a small business, one of my favorite anecdotes was him telling me when you get paid, the checks go in one pocket and the cash goes in the other. The IRS didn’t need to know about the cash. Melvin was a good friend to all and will certainly be missed.
    Joe Schmierer

  3. Linda and Carolyn, there are not enough words to express my sorrow to you and your family. You have been the best daughters a father could have ever prayed for. Melvin can rest in peace knowing how much you loved and cared for him. May your precious memories of him keep him alive in your hearts.
    Much love to you❤

  4. I live at the Atlantic at Charter Colony & knew Melvin. He was always so joyful & wheeled around singing. He talked about the Lord. We will miss him here. Love & sympathy to his family.

  5. Most all of my memories of Uncle Melvin begin with “Hey you, you Feb 11th you, lol he always made me smile. I can not remember his face when he wasnt smiling. He always made me smile.

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