Charles Ray Spurgin passed away March 6, 2020 at 3:36 PM at 79 years old.
Charles was born in McKinney, TX on August 20, 1940 to parents Roy Elcany Spurgin Sr. and Jessie Lucille Compton who preceded him in death along with stepmother Betty Elkins Spurgin. He is also preceded in death by brothers George Earl, Roy Elcany Jr., Cordis Eugene, sisters Nellie Ruth and Lurlene.
He is survived by sons Mike and wife Nikki and Mark and wife Cami, daughter Keri Sue, granddaughters Kali, Madison, Paige, grandson Harry Kyle, brother Bill and wife Carol of Blanco, TX and special niece Lucille and husband David Saunders.
He graduated from DeSoto High School and attended Junior College in Dallas. He retired from Federal Reserve Bank in Dallas and was employed by V.N.A. and Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas.
In November 2002, he purchased a small farm in the Cedar Creek Lake area where he had cattle and chickens which he loved and cared for. Due to the loss of sight and poor health in 2014, he sold out and located in Henderson County.
After cremation he will be buried in Oaklawn Cemetery, Mabank, TX beside his nephew Troy Elcany Saunders and niece Patience Ann Spurgin, and his pets Molly and Luttie. Graveside Celebration of Life services will be at Oaklawn Cemetery, Highway 175, Mabank, TX; Saturday, May 30, 2020 at 1:00 PM.
Mother Betty Spurgin had a saying, “I came in this world with nothing and going out with less.”
Any contributions, please send to Seven Points Church of Christ, Seven Points, TX.
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