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Charles Erwin Jessup


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Charles Erwin Jessup was born to Robert and Annie Jessup in Texas. He grew up in Texarkana, Texas and enlisted in the Air Force after college. The Air Force provided an opportunity to travel to Udorn, Thailand, as well as computer training which became his lifelong profession. He bought his first camera in Thailand which also led to his favorite hobby of taking pictures. Charlie also enjoyed traveling to PT Cruiser events, especially Colorado, with the various car clubs he and Brenda were members of. In 2010, Brenda persuaded Charlie to move from Texas to the Phoenix area so they could be near her son and his family. Charlie also enjoyed listening to rock and roll, country and classical music, as evidenced by his large collection of LPs and CDs. In his later years, he spent time watching westerns, especially John Wayne DVDs. Charlie became a Christian as a child and attended church throughout his life.

Surviving family members include his wife, Brenda; his sister, Carolyn (Gregg) Cooney; his stepson, Mark and wife Valerie; and five grandchildren, Weston, Parker, Avery, Laney and Vance.

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6 responses to “Charles Erwin Jessup”

  1. Dee Goodban says:

    Prayers for you Brenda and your family. Charlie will be missed.

  2. Mark and Deanna Maxwell says:

    So sorry for your loss we enjoyed knowing him. On behalf of what’s left of Cowtown Cruisers our deepest sympathy

  3. Loren & Cheryl Jones says:

    We had so many great times together with the PT Cruiser Club, still miss that club that was filled with such great people. Times change and we all have moved on to different environments but what we do all have in common is our love for that special groupl

    Brenda, our hearts go out to you, what a great wife you were, Charlie was an incredible person, so happy our lives crossed paths. RIP Charlie, your life on earth is done and the Lord has taken another one of His children to be home with Him. We shall all meet again, what a day that will be when our JESUS we shall see! With our love and sympathy.

    Loren & Cheryl

  4. Miriam Coghill says:

    Brenda, We are so very sorry that Charlie was taken from you, even though we are certain that he is enjoying his new life with our Savior.
    Please know that we are here for you. If you need anything at all, please do not hesitate to call.

  5. Betty Mucha says:

    We’ll miss you, Charlie, and the many times you visited at the bowling center. Will also
    miss your “butt-dial” calls….we talked about sooooo many things. Rest in Peace, dear
    friend.

  6. Cindy & Pat Liles says:

    We loved having you and Charlie come to Colorado to Cruise with us. Charlie was always such a wonder conversationalist, he and I had many discussions. I will miss his sweet attitude and photos. Pat and I send you our heartfelt condolences Brenda, he will be very missed.

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Charles Erwin Jessup


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Charles Erwin Jessup was born to Robert and Annie Jessup in Texas. He grew up in Texarkana, Texas and enlisted in the Air Force after college. The Air Force provided an opportunity to travel to Udorn, Thailand, as well as computer training which became his lifelong profession. He bought his first camera in Thailand which also led to his favorite hobby of taking pictures. Charlie also enjoyed traveling to PT Cruiser events, especially Colorado, with the various car clubs he and Brenda were members of. In 2010, Brenda persuaded Charlie to move from Texas to the Phoenix area so they could be near her son and his family. Charlie also enjoyed listening to rock and roll, country and classical music, as evidenced by his large collection of LPs and CDs. In his later years, he spent time watching westerns, especially John Wayne DVDs. Charlie became a Christian as a child and attended church throughout his life.

Surviving family members include his wife, Brenda; his sister, Carolyn (Gregg) Cooney; his stepson, Mark and wife Valerie; and five grandchildren, Weston, Parker, Avery, Laney and Vance.

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6 responses to “Charles Erwin Jessup”

  1. Dee Goodban says:

    Prayers for you Brenda and your family. Charlie will be missed.

  2. Mark and Deanna Maxwell says:

    So sorry for your loss we enjoyed knowing him. On behalf of what’s left of Cowtown Cruisers our deepest sympathy

  3. Loren & Cheryl Jones says:

    We had so many great times together with the PT Cruiser Club, still miss that club that was filled with such great people. Times change and we all have moved on to different environments but what we do all have in common is our love for that special groupl

    Brenda, our hearts go out to you, what a great wife you were, Charlie was an incredible person, so happy our lives crossed paths. RIP Charlie, your life on earth is done and the Lord has taken another one of His children to be home with Him. We shall all meet again, what a day that will be when our JESUS we shall see! With our love and sympathy.

    Loren & Cheryl

  4. Miriam Coghill says:

    Brenda, We are so very sorry that Charlie was taken from you, even though we are certain that he is enjoying his new life with our Savior.
    Please know that we are here for you. If you need anything at all, please do not hesitate to call.

  5. Betty Mucha says:

    We’ll miss you, Charlie, and the many times you visited at the bowling center. Will also
    miss your “butt-dial” calls….we talked about sooooo many things. Rest in Peace, dear
    friend.

  6. Cindy & Pat Liles says:

    We loved having you and Charlie come to Colorado to Cruise with us. Charlie was always such a wonder conversationalist, he and I had many discussions. I will miss his sweet attitude and photos. Pat and I send you our heartfelt condolences Brenda, he will be very missed.

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