Charles Edward Hart, Sr.

Charles Edward Hart, Sr.

Jan 11th, 1942 - Oct 4th, 2020
  • Birth Date: Jan 11, 1942
  • Death Date: Oct 4, 2020
  • Funeral Date: Oct 10, 2020
  • Location: Tabernacle of Deliverance For All People
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Biography: Charles is proceeded in death by his beloved late wife Gladys Hart, late mother Georgina Mayo Hart and late father Clinton Lee Hart.
 
Charles is survived by his sons Charles A. Hart, Charles E. Hart, Jr. , two daughters Ravonda (Vonda) Hart, Annette (Leon) Sumpter and a special daughter Nahketah Walker. He also leave a host of nieces, nephews up to over a hundred counting great, great great and great great great.  His grandchildren are Charles E. Hart III, Jewel Delfyette, Joshua Hazelwood, Johnathan Walker, Justin Hart and Jolie Hart, Gabriella Hart and Chanel Sherod.  His great-grandchildren are Christian Brooks, Kaelyn McClellan and Cayden McClellan…
 
Charles is survived by two siblings sister Beatrice Allen of Greens-boro N.C. and brother Odis Hart of Connecticut.
 
Charles received his early education in Kittrell and Henderson N.C. He departed his hometown and joined his siblings in Harlem N.Y. Once he was in New York City, Charles was blessed to get into the printing photo statsindustry.  Later he went to the New York Times from which he retired after more than twenty-five years.
  

Family’s  Personal Messages
 
CHARLES A HART – MESSAGE TO DAD:
To my loving father…Doc…Sporting Life…Rabbi
 
MESSAGE FROM BOYS TO THEIR GRANDFATHER:
My grandfather took all of his grandkids to Katz’s
He would walk us over the Williamsburg Bridge just to eat there…
We will remember you for always getting a pastrami sandwich…
We remember him taking us to McDonald’s now that we got older…
He just took Jolie and our niece and nephew’s…

ANNETTE D. SUMPTER – MESSAGE TO HER DAD:
These were dear to him: Sons, daughters, grandchildren, sister, relatives, friends, and his dear brother
We were uniquely affected by his life unlike any other…
He always had a story to tell; if you listened you did well…
You knew you were taught - what he said was food for thought…
He had so much knowledge; surely you would have thought he went to college.
He had the smarts of a grad…
He had a few nicknames: To most, he was Mr. Hart, but to me he was dad…
 
DORIS MCCOY (BUNNY) – MESSAGE:
Love you always Sporting Life
I get joy knowing you are in peace and have no more suffering…
It was a blessing to know and share a life with you…
A part of me left when you went away…
I will miss you all of my days.
Love you always…
 
NAHKETAH WALKER (PEANUT):
Mr. Hart was a good grandfather to his grandkids…
He was so proud of them…
He would always crack a joke with them…
When the grandkids were around him, he always had a smile on his face…
He will be always be remembered, cherished, loved and miss…
 

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