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Charlene Melton Tackett, 50, of Salisbury, North Carolina passed away July 10, 2013 at the Glenn A. Kiser Hospice House. Mrs. Tackett was born on September 28, 1962 in Mecklenburg County to the late Charles Lee Melton and Nancy Harriet Jones.
Charlene was of the Baptist faith and enjoyed computers, shopping, and was a very talented singer.
In addition to her parents, Charlene is preceded in death by a brother, Michael Melton.
Charlene Tackett is survived by her husband, Frank Tackett, two daughters, Robin Tackett of Ohio and Misty Tackett of Kings Mountain, NC, a brother, Jimmy Melton of Charlotte, NC, a sister, Kathy Melton of Huntersville, NC, a grandson, Jayden Tackett, and her lifelong friend and sister, Cindy Hadden and husband Jimmie of Salisbury, NC.
There are no services scheduled at this time.
Carolina Cremation of Salisbury, North Carolina is assisting the Tackett family. Online condolences may be made at www.carolinacremation.com.
Misty (Daughter) says
Mama, i miss you so much already and i love you with all my heart, i still can’t believe that you are gone… I’m so sorry for not being able to be there for you when you needed me cuz i had no car… You are always going to be my best friend. You are finally with your mother and father and brother and the rest of the family! Tell everyone that i said hey and i love them all! Say hey and give a big hug for Brittany for me! Have everyone watch over me and Jayden and Robin! Rest In Peace Dixie <3
Cindy Hadden (Best Friend & Sister) says
I am so lost without you. The Preacher said you went to Heaven . Because you had finally got in a home, had all of my love and peace here. I feel so lonely I miss you so much. But you are in no pain, and with your Mom and family. And thats what matters. I will stay in touch with Misty and jayden and ask about Robin, as I promised you. Rest in Peace my Lucy!!! You will always be in my heart and my best friend forever! Love, Cindy (Ethel)
A beautiful lady, mother, sister, acquaintance, mentor… with so many friends that will always cherish their memories of times sent with Charlene….and now….a beautiful angel as she watches over her precious children…
Ray Lebonville says
I’m so sorry to hear of her passing, I know she had not been well for quite some time. I remember her as having always been kind and generous of heart.