December 13, 1933 ~ July 21, 2020

Born in: Glasgow, Ky
Resided in: Knob Lick, KY

Charles Irwin Page age 86 of Knob Lick passed away Tuesday, July 21, 2020 at Metcalfe Health Care in Edmonton.   Charles was the son of the late Rev. Bruce Page and Maxine Irwin Page Devore.    Charles after graduating from high school joined the United States Army stationed in San Francisco, California.    He served his country for three years, eleven months and twenty-nine days.   Charles took pride in his service to his country and had many stories to share about his adventures.    Charles was a gifted talker and never met a stranger.    He loved people and being able to share his experiences in life as well as hearing of theirs.  Charles had a great memory and his mind in itself was a history book.    Charles is survived by two sisters.  Phala Sue Blaydes of Greensburg and Paula DeVore of Seymour, Tennessee.    Six nieces and nephews.    Brooke Devore, Marla Young, Robyn Mantooth, Greg Blaydes, Chris Blaydes and Allyson Davis.    Several great nieces and nephews also survive.  Besides his parents Charles was preceded in death by two brothers and one sister.  Forrest Lee Devore, Syrus Page and Jeanette Page. Funeral services for Charles will be held 1:00 PM  Friday at Butler Funeral Home in Edmonton with burial in the New Liberty Cemetery.   A walk through visitation will be from 5:00 PM until 8:00 PM Thursday and after 9:00 AM Friday at the funeral home.    Due to the current Covid-19 crisis mask will be required and the funeral service will be limited to close family only.   Butler Funeral Home is both honored and privileged to be entrusted to the care of Mr. Page.    Please share your condolences with the family at www.

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  1. Loved his smile and just him being himself. He will be missed but know he is with his heavenly father now and no more suffering.

  2. I remember Charles and that great smile form EHS 1950; when he graduated. I was only a eighth grader but he had a personality that a person would never forgert. He was one of the few grads that had time to recognize a underclassman like me. Sorry to say I haven’t seen Charlie over the past 70 years…Condolances to his family and RIP Charlie.

  3. Paula and family,
    I am so very sorry for the loss of your brother. I remember Charles well, Paula ……
    The times he’d come to Campbellsville College to pick you up for one of our breaks.
    May sweet memories help you through the months ahead.

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