Charles Duane Addington

Born: Sun., Oct. 22, 1933
Died: Wed., Mar. 25, 2020


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Charles Duane Addington, 86, of Winchester passed away on Wednesday, March 25, 2020.  He was born on October 22, 1933, in Huntsville to Henry and Bernice (Brosey) Addington.  On May 26, 1955, Charles married Ruth (Anderson Addington.

Charles was 1951 graduate of Huntsville High School.  He worked as a Moorman’s Feed salesman.  Charles attended Sparrow Creek Friends Church.  He enjoyed vintage tractors, especially John Deere.  He also enjoyed country music and watching the Andy Griffith Show.

Charles is survived by his sons, Thomas Addington and Mike (Joy) Addington; a daughter, Marilyn Bird; grandchildren, Dillan Addington, Angela (Jerimiah) Hayden, Gabriel Addington, Ruthy Addington, and Noah Addington; several great grandchildren; a sister, Anita Addington; and a brother, Clayton Addington.

Charles was preceded in death by his wife, Ruth (Anderson) Addington, his parents; and brothers, Jean Addington, Bob Addington, and Henry Addington, Jr.

The family will have a private funeral service and burial due to current regulations in place. 

Walker Funeral Home in Winchester is entrusted with the arrangements. Online condolences may be shared with the family at www.walkerswinchester.com.

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stanley hendrickson
   Posted Thu March 26, 2020
I have so many wonderful memories of Charles. When our son was in 4-H he sold him his feed. We had mice in the hog building. The kids had a coffin that they went at Halloween and so he put the feed in there. He use to say we were the only place he did that for. He and his wife were my Precinct committeeman and they work so hard for me and the party. I am so sorry for your loss. Just keep all your wonderful memories.

Alan Cummings
   Posted Thu March 26, 2020
My condolences to the family. Great memories of Charles. Some of my earliest memories are him coming to take a feed order. As a 5 year old kid, I watched him nail a "Moormans Fed Here" sign on our fence with dad's name on it. Last time I talked to him, I reminded him that I had a plier set and a box end tool set he sold me when he came to take my feed order. He grinned at that. His traditional grin.

Alan Cummings

Dylan Skwier
   Posted Thu March 26, 2020
I send my prayers out to the family I met Charles when I was young he is very funny sweet caring wise man who will be greatly missed a great friend to many

Open Arms Ministries
   Posted Fri March 27, 2020
Ruthy Addington we are surrounding you with love. Your grandfather will always be present in your heart. We are so saddened by your loss.

Joy Slocum Ballinger
   Posted Fri March 27, 2020
Marilyn, I am so sorry for your loss. What a wonderful man. I will never forget the kindness and respect he showed EVERYONE. I always loved seeing the Moorman feed man come. He always took time to listen and lend a helping hand. I haven't seen him for years but haven't forgotten that grin, and his kindness. I am sure you have many wonderful memories. Hold them in your heart. I will be praying for you.

Ron Jarrett
   Posted Sat March 28, 2020
I enjoyed talking to Charlie when he was at Summers Pointe. I remember riding the school bus with him and saw him occasionally at his parents home as I was a childhood friend of his brother Henry. We will miss you.

Breena Wysong
   Posted Mon March 30, 2020
Marilyn, Mike and Tom

So very sorry for the loss of your dad. He (and Ruth) were such nice, welcoming people. I don't know how they tolerated the parade of giggly, silly teenage girls that regularly invaded their house, but they did. Good people, good memories.




Tonya PUccini
   Posted Mon March 30, 2020
Marilyn, Mike and Tommy

I am so sorry for your loss, so many good memories always coming to your house and being welcomed with open arms and your Mom was always smiling no matter what. Sending prayers for all you during this difficult times.

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