Charlie Frank Ector

July 09,1939 - July 31,2018

Obituary for Charlie Frank Ector

On Tuesday, July 31, 2018, quietly and peacefully his Heavenly Father allowed him to transition from this earthly realm to enter into his eternal rest.

Funeral service will be at Greentown Heights Church of Christ 407 Roger Brawne Ave. Manchester, Georgia on August 11th, at 12 pm.

Visitation: Friday 8/10/18 from 12-7 pm at Sewell Mortuary in Grantville GA.

Olive Branch Number 2 Cemetery St. Mark Community

Charlie Frank Ector was born July 9, 1939 to the late Falus and Blanche Clark Ector.

Charlie Frank Ector was blessed to have lived a beautiful life of seventy-nine years.

He went to the Greenville Consolidate High School. Charlie was very active in the Four-H-Club under the direction of F. R. Spencer. He led middle school aged students. Charlie would always win the grand prize in the Ham and Egg Show. He retired from Brown Transport Trucking Company where he worked for twenty-five years. Charlie enjoyed taking care of his family, friends and anyone in need. He loved bar-b-que. He enjoyed planting vegetables and watching them grow in the garden.

He would make home made jellies, perserves and hot pepper sauce which he would share with family and friends.

He was a member of Walker Temple C.M.E. Church.

He was preceded in death by his sisters, Dorothy Bernice Ector and Majorie Ector; his grandmother Amy Parham; one brother, Joe Frank McLaughlin; one daughter, Linda Anderson; and other family members.

He leaves to cherish his members his wife Virginia Ector; one sister-in-law, Janice Marie Street; three sons, Quinton Ector of Columbus, OH, Gregory (Deborah) Wilson of Hamelock, NC and Michael (Dana) Wilson of Parma Heights, OH; his adoring two brothers, Alvin (Loretta) Ector of Jonesboro, GA and John (Evon) Ector of Lithonia, GA; three grandchildren, two grandchildren who were special to him, Fransoir Anderson and John Snead; three great grandchildren and two great great grandchildren; a host of nieces and nephews, and loving niece, Tracy Ector and a host of loving cousins, George Clark, James Dean, Willie Dean, Maurice Crockett and Lovette Dean. Also friend, Lymous Howard.




12:00 PM - 07:00 PM
Sewell Mortuary
220 Charlie Patterson Rd
Grantville, GA 30220
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Funeral Service

12:00 PM
Church of Christ
407 Roger Brawner Ave
Manchester, GA 31816
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Ms. Virginia, Mr. Charlie, “Smooth Chocolate,” was a sweet man. He was always nice and friendly when I saw him. When we were at your wedding reception, I told Sis. Rita, he is dark chocolate. Then when I met him and shook his hand, I said, how you doing Smooth Chocolate? That has been his name every since. He made your eyes light up and he increased your smile when you spoke of him. He will be truly missed. Love you much, Brown Sugar (Denise)
- Denise Manns
Offering my deep sympathy. Please allow God's word to calm and comfort your hearts. He promises to reunite us with our dead loved ones in the future (Rev. 21:3, 4).
- nkr
Please accept my deepest condolences. Sincerely, Loraine Crenshaw (Wellstar West Georgia Hospice)
- Loraine

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