William Lee Charles was born January 6, 1943 to his mother
Evangelist Ernestine Murray and Father Murel Murray in Kansas
City, Missouri. He confessed Christ at an early age and was a
member of Barker Temple, Church of God in Christ and Bishop E.
Harris Moore was his pastor. He was a high school graduate of the
Kansas City Missouri school district. He worked many many years
as a dish washer and in his retirement he did many things, he
enjoyed recording movies and making DVD's. He loved working
with his hands--taking things apart and putting things together.
He loved listening to his favorite artists; Al Green, Bobby Blue
Bland and Sam Cooke. His favorite foods were pizza,
cheeseburgers, hot dogs, soda pop, cake and ice cream. While
Willam Charles loved life, loved animals and loved spending
quality time with friends and family.
Richard Charles and David Bolden
Jamal Fuller, Ta'Lor Bolden, Davion Bolden, Nae Nae Jackson and
Aunt-Sister Maxine "Queen Mother" McFarlane, also The Powell,
Davis, Blount, Williams, Lattimore, Scott, Smith and McFarlane
families, plus many, many more.
Mother Evangelist Ernestine Murray, and
Step-Father Murel Murray,
Aunts: Sister Cleo Davis, Sister Augusta Sykes and
Sister Teola Powell.