Charles Avner Young

Charles Avner Young, 76, of Springdale, died Friday, October 4, 2019, at Circle of Life at Legacy Village in Bentonville. He was born August 9, 1943, in Wichita, Kansas, to Farrell Edward “Bo” and Lavenia Evelyn Jackson Young.

Charles served in the Army during the Vietnam War. He later retired from Ball Canning Co. He enjoyed spending time in the outdoors and socializing with senior citizens. Charles loved to talk and never met a stranger.

Charles is survived by his wife, Mildred Rae Young; daughters, Lisa Young and Julie Terry; one sister, Gayle Gay; and two brothers, Clifford Young and Steven Young.

A private burial was Tuesday, October 8, at Elm Springs Cemetery.

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Paul Farris
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Paul Farris

We are going to miss our former classmate and friend. Rest In Peace Charles, your battle is won.

Mildred Stepp
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Mildred Stepp

So sorry to hear, he was a great guy, love and prayers to the family.

mary layer
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mary layer

I worked with him at Ball Canning Company, He was a very nice man., Prayers go out to the family.

Eric Ford
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Eric Ford

Charlie worked with me at Ball Corp for many years. His grandad (I believe) worked with my grandad at the Lowell Fruit Company in downtown Springdale next to the old Tyson and Georges locations. Charlie was one of the hardest working persons I knew and I enjoyed talking to him and hearing his stories. He is gone but not forgotten and the last time I talked to him he praised the Lord above all else. I’m sure we shall meet again. May God bless the family. You are in my prayers.

Lori Proud
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Lori Proud

Charles helped us so much with Meals on Wheels and Springdale Senior Center. He will be missed. Love and Prayers, Lori

Gail Graham
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Gail Graham

I have known Charles many years. He was a good friend and a good man. We were in the same graduating class and played football at SHS. He will be missed.