Charlene Slack, age 78, passed away on July 12, 2022. She was born October 28, 1943 in Dallas, Texas to Bill and Mary Evans.
Charlene worked for many years at Central National Bank in McKinney, TX where she was known as one of the friendliest bank tellers there. Her contagious smile and generous heart made everyone just feel better. She went on to work at TU Electric where she would make sure to always remember her coworkers' birthdays by giving cards and making her banana split pies. She loved the holidays, especially Christmas. She had a sweater for every occasion. Moreover, she was very patriotic. She never failed to thank our military men and women for their service including her own family!
Charlene loved the Lord. She was always ready to talk to anybody about Jesus. In her younger days at Altoga Baptist church, she played the piano and would sing specials at church. She had a beautiful soprano voice and could really hit those high notes. In recent years, she loved attending her church home in Cleburne where she could worship God and sing songs of praise to Him!
Charlene is preceded in death by her brother, Harvel Evans and her parents, Mary Clark and Bill Evans.
Charlene is survived by her husband, Larry Slack and her children Tonja Van Sickle and her husband, Mike. Her son, Dean Jones and his wife, Kelly. She was the proud grandmother to seven grandchildren, BJ Haralson, Tanielle Williams, Colten Jones, Cheyenne Jones, Jon Van Sickle, Matt Van Sickle and Keola Rogers. She was also the proud great grandmother to eight great grandchildren, Trenton Haralson, Alex Haralson, Reilly Williams, Tellisa Williams, Treven Williams, Makoa Rogers, Kai Rogers, and Ada Clare Van Sickle.
She will be deeply missed and forever in our hearts.
Family and friend's visitation is from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Thursday, July 14 at Rosser Funeral Home. A funeral service will then be held at 10 A.M. on Friday, July 15 in Rosser Funeral Home Chapel with a burial at 2:00 P.M. in Restland Cemetery in Dallas.
In lieu of flowers, the family request donations be made to St. Jude, a charity that was close to Charlene's heart or Wounded Warriors in her memory.