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Charles Edward Baucom, 85 of Athens, AL died Thursday, February 15, 2024 at Athens Limestone Hospital.

He was a member of Round Island Baptist Church and a US Army Veteran.

Preceded in death by daughter, Angela Baucom.

Graveside Services will be Thursday, 2 PM at Limestone Memorial Gardens with Mike Green officiating. Visitation will be Thursday 12:30 till 1:30 PM at Spry Funeral Home.

Survivors include, Wife, Barbara Baucom of Athens, AL, Sons, Byron Baucom of Athens, AL, Derek Baucom of Athens, AL, Daughter, Sharon Kieff of Athens, AL, Brother, Wayne Baucom of Elkmont, AL, 4 Grandchildren & 5 Great Grandchildren.

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Kristie Ward
2024-03-08 17:00:33
Oh Wendy, you will forever be remembered for your beautiful smile that was so infectious to those around you. I can hear your laughter as I reflect while writing this. You will forever be missed and loved. I know that you have found the peach that you have longed for. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family always. P
Wendy Williams
2024-03-09 00:54:26
Mr Daniel and Terry, I am so very sorry for your loss. Wendy was a good soul and she loved her family, friends, and fur babies. She was a wonderful neighbor and a good friend to me. She was one of the hardest workers I’ve ever known! When I built my house on Blue Springs next to her log cabin, she helped me paint the walls in much of the house. When the house flooded before it was finished, she helped me and my Dad strip the hardwood flooring off the concrete which took several days. We had the opportunity to travel together, share meals, birthdays, holidays, and many other good times. As Kristie said, her laugh was infectious and she will be missed by many. May she rest in peace.💜
Jodi Choate
2024-03-09 01:26:28
Mr. Daniel and Terri, I am so sorry for your loss. I got to spend a lot of time with Wendy years ago and will always remember how loving and generous she was with everyone. We laughed so much and made so many great memories. I still can’t believe she is gone.

Wendy, I love you very much and will carry your memory with me forever. You may be gone, but you will never be forgotten. I will pray for you and your sweet family always. Rest easy my friend.
Kathy and Tim Bailey
2024-03-10 17:38:41
We are so sorry to hear about Wendy's passing. We loved her like family. She visited us in Oklahoma City several years ago. Our children thought of her as Aunt Wendy. Years ago, we were invited by Wendy to go and visit and have dinner with her Mom and Dad at their beautiful home. Our Son Benjamin never forgot that. He loved Tillie. Our thoughts and prayers are with her family. Rest in peace Wendy. Always in our hearts!!
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