Charlene Young-Young lost the fight on 10-14-2014. Charlene leaves behind her beloved husband Jesse Young, eight children Telonia Downey, Lorinda L. Propps, George H.L. Randle, Bobby R. Randle, Sonia F. DeWitt, Jessica A. Young, Jesse A. Young, and Rosner P. Luss. Fourteen grandchildren, ten great grandchildren, one sister Valonia Smith, five brothers’s Willie Richardson, Larry Lewis, David Marshall, Isom G. Smith, and Jerry L. Smith. Host of nieces, nephews, cousins, other relatives and friends.
There were many cherished moments watching her and her late Sister Rose bicker over who had the most albums and 45’s and oh, I must not forget the photo collections. I must say that Rose beat her with the photo collections. Charlene loved to ride motorcycles, collect trinkets, for each one represented a special meaning. She would spend her days relaxing, watching television, listening to music, playing numerous games and loving on her great-grandsons, Trae and little Jason, whenever she had the opportunity to return to her home in California.
Being the oldest sister of 11 siblings. She loved and cherished each one of her siblings, especially her partner in crime, her brother O.C.. Charlene and 0,C, loved to tell their child-hood stories of playing in the creek in Button willow CA. Song back up for well-known entertainers—oh yes, she could sing and she utilized her gift singing in numerous church choirs. Charlene became a member of the Orders of the Eastern Star (OES) and later advanced to Daughters of Shriners were she held many positions honorably.
My thoughts and prayers are with you. I know her son George and he always talked about his mother and now she will be his guardian angel.R.I.P. angel
God has another beautiful flower in his garden.
I would like to extend my sincerest condolences to the Young family during this difficult time. The pain of death causes a pain weighs so heavily on the heart. This is not God’s will. Our Heavenly Father gave us life as a gift and would not just snatch it away from us. It is only because of the rebellion in the garden Eden that death has a grip on us. That is why Our Heavenly Father promises in Isaiah 25:8: ” He will swallow up death forever, and the Sovereign Lord Jehovah will wipe away the tears from all faces.” We can look forward to replacing pain and sorrow with joy and happiness as we welcome our dead love ones back. Acts 24:15. Until then may you continue to find strength and comfort from God, family and friends.