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Charles "Charlie" Aycock
May 28, 1941 - November 9, 2021
Nalley-Pickle & Welch Funeral Home & Crematory
EDITH ANN Walling ~ BRADLEY
Jette Elisabeth March-Tyler
Marilyn Davenport
Byron Lewis
Jim coronado
Tavia and Tim Richards
Linda and Duane Light a candle
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Service
St. Luke's United Methodist Church
Saturday 11/13, 2:00 pm
Celebration of Life

Charles F. “Charlie” Aycock was born in Tulia, Texas on May 28, 1941 to Homer Rex and Luella Woodward Aycock.  He passed peacefully on November 9, 2021 following a lengthy illness.  Despite working hard at a young age hoeing and picking cotton, sacking groceries, and flagging for spray planes, he nevertheless enjoyed a happy childhood …
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Troy Fox left a message on November 23, 2021:
I have known every Parole Board Member since 1977 and I will remember Mr. Aycock as one of the best to ever serve in that position. I enjoyed very much knowing this man and will remember him fondly and miss him greatly. Condolences to his family.
Paul Kiel left a message on November 22, 2021:
I was saddened to learn of Mr. Aycock's passing I worked him on the Parole Board and always enjoyed a conversation with him. He was always friendly, positive, and encouraging. I miss getting to see him. My heartfelt sympathy to his family, I know you will miss him greatly!
Barry Bertocki left a message on November 22, 2021:
Just learned of Mr. Aycock's passing. I did not know Mr. Aycock and never met him but in my current position I've had the opportunity to review some his work with the Parole Board under Governor Perry. I have always been impressed with his his unwavering commitment to doing what was right rather than politically expedient. Italians have a saying that translates to "A life well lived, makes for an easy death". From all indications, Mr. Aycock's life was extremely well-lived.
Ugo Muoneme left a message on November 22, 2021:
Rest in Peace with the Lord, Amen!
EDITH ANN Walling ~ BRADLEY left a message on November 18, 2021:
Margaret, I'm so sorry for your loss. Charles was a good man and he was so kind to my parents. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
Peace of mind is a call away. We’re here when you need us most.
Jette Elisabeth March-Tyler left a message on November 13, 2021:
My condolences to Margaret, Chris, Karen, and family. Sending my love. -Jette
Carolyn and Richard Pena left a message on November 13, 2021:
The memorial service was very uplifting and we hope it brings comfort to the family. We are honored and grateful to have known Charlie, and while we mourn his earthly departure, we will always feel blessed to have shared part of our lives with him and Margaret. With love, Carolyn and Richard
Michael and Crystal Gamble left a message on November 13, 2021:
Crystal and I were sad to hear of Charles passing. We find comfort knowing that he is in Heaven with Jesus and that he is out of pain.
Gwen Corn left a message on November 12, 2021:
Margaret, I heard about Charlie. Sorry! He was a good man, a good friend, and Ed enjoyed working on Boy Scouts together. Tell Karen, Chris, and other family members, we are thinking of and praying for everyone. Love, Gwen
Tom Wurster left a message on November 12, 2021:
My condolences to all the family. I'm not positive as to why he moved to Farwell but he was a blessing to the residents of Farwell. He helped my mother when she needed legal assistance and he helped me administer her estate. I knew Charlie at Tech and was happy to visit with him in Farwell. He will be remembered for his smile and pleasant personality. So sorry for your loss.
Don and Barbara Phillips left a message on November 12, 2021:
Because you are so special to the Halls you are special to us too. Our thoughts and prayers are with you, peace be with you dear friends, Don and Barbara Phillips
Marilyn Davenport left a message on November 11, 2021:
I am so sorry he is gone, glad he is at peace. I suspect I may have been an aggravation but I still don't remember falling off. Marilyn
connie wood left a message on November 11, 2021:
Margaret, what fun times we had when our husbands were in law school and then our occasional get togethers during all these years. Charlie was truly one of a kind. I regret you and I never had Charlie and Jon play duets for us on their cornet and trombone. With love to you and your entire family, Connie Wood
Byron Lewis left a message on November 11, 2021:
RIP Charlie from a high school classmate.
Byron Lewis left a message on November 11, 2021:
RIP Charlie from your high school classmate.
Diane Wilson left a message on November 11, 2021:
Charles Aycock hired me as the Amarilo Parole Board Hearing Analyst in 2006. It was such a privilege to work with him and the rest of the small staff at the Amarillo Board Office. He was truly a pleasure to work with and I loved hearing about his life and I enjoyed his humor. I am sad for his passing, I know he is at peace with our Lord. Rest In Peace 🙏, my condolences to his family.
Melissa Diffin left a message on November 10, 2021:
Charles was my first job interview. I was so nervous even though I knew him outside of the work environment. He soon put me at ease. I remember his jokes to keep it light in the office and the smell of his pipe in the hallway. I learned so much in that first job and those lessons continue to impact my work to this day. I loved it when he and Margaret travelled and would hire Debra and I to take care of Bubba and Ginger! I always felt so welcome in their home when tagging along with Sonya. Margaret, Chris and Sonya, Karen, and Matthew you are my thoughts and prayers.
Brian and Ruth Catalano left a message on November 10, 2021:
Chris, we are so sorry to hear of your father’s passing. He sounds like an amazing man! Brian looks upon the father-son camping trip that you and Matt organized with your Dads as a highlight of his later years. There he was privileged to meet and spend time with your Father and thought very highly of him. We are praying you all, for peace and comfort in the knowledge that Jesus walks this path with you. Lovingly, Brian and Ruth Catalano
Sidney Ray Walker left a message on November 10, 2021:
Margaret: So sorry for the loss of a great man and friend. Charlie was an inspiration for all of as at Kappa Sigma and at law school. I know you and Charlie had a wonderful life together. I lost my wife 3 years ago and i know your pain and it will be lonely, but you have your children and grandchildren to continue to enjoy. May God bless you at this time of grief.
Jim coronado left a message on November 10, 2021:
He was a great man and remarkable leader of our profession. Charlie had a great soul and and quiet gravitas. He will be greatly missed. My deepest condolences to his family and loved ones.
Peace of mind is a call away. We’re here when you need us most.
Scott Bradley left a message on November 10, 2021:
I am deeply saddened to learn of Charlie's death. Having spent my junior year of high school, I know that great leaders who accomplish great things can be born anywhere. Charlie was my fraternity pledge brother in Kappa Sigma at Texas Tech, so I learned first hand of the qualities that made Charlie a great leader. Texas Tech, the State of Texas, Farwell, Tulia and the State Bar are incredibly fortunate to have been the beneficiaries of Charlie's dynamic leadership and his empathy for his fellow man. My sincerest condolences to the family, and appreciation for Charlie's great life!
Jo Ann Merica left a message on November 10, 2021:
A good man and a life well-lived. My condolences to Margaret and his family.
Tavia and Tim Richards left a message on November 10, 2021:
Uncle Charlie was a sweetheart. I am sorry for your loss. Lots of love and hugs to you Aunt Margaret Chris, Karen and all the rest of your families. Prayers
Linda and Duane left a message on November 10, 2021:
Our heartfelt sympathies to his family
Charles White left a message on November 10, 2021:
I first met Charlie Aycock while trying a case in Farwell. I will always remember Charlie as a worthy opponent and truly a "gentleman " lawyer. I was thrilled when Charlie and Margaret moved to Lake Tanglewood. My wife Marka and Margaret played piano and organ at the Lake Tanglewood Community Church for many years and were closest of friends. Margaret, our thoughts and prayers are with you during the times.
Nalley-Pickle & Welch Funeral Home & Crematory left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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