Charley Joe Blalock

September 20, 1945 - September 21, 2017
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Charley Joe Blalock passed away peacefully on Thursday, September 21st, 2017 at Silvercrest Manor in Anadarko. Charley was born September 20th, 1945 to Nelson Floyd Blalock and Lizzie (Glidewell) Blalock in Anadarko, Oklahoma.
Charley attended Anadarko Schools and graduated with the class of 1963. He started working at the age of 18 in the seismograph industry and traveled the world throughout his life. After retirement he was employed with Abbotts Auto Mall and the City of Anadarko until his health declined. Charley loved watching NASCAR it was one of his many favorite pass times, he enjoyed going to 4-B and to the coffee shop to visit with old friends.

He is survived by his wife, Brenda Pulis Blalock of the home,
step daughter Tina Palmer of Purcell,
step grandchildren, Ashley Still,
David Winter,
Bradley Palmer,
Kyle Palmer,
Halee Palmer,
Caden Fatheree,
6 great step grandchildren. He is also survived by nieces and nephews, William Perry and Mary, Terry Perry and Denise, Roland Perry and Samantha, Liddie Sue Perry, JoElla Tate, Debbie Lampkin, Elizabeth Davis and Tommy, LouAnn Mickle, Doug Blalock, James Nelson Blalock, many great nieces , nephews, cousins and friends.

He is preceded in death by: his parents, Nelson Floyd Blalock, and Lizzie (Glidewell) Blalock, brothers, Robert Blalock, Floyd Blalock, James Blalock, Ella Ma Hendrix, Fannie Yarborough, nephews, Charlie Ed Theyel and Ricky Don Lampkin, step daughter Brischelle Lampkin, brother in law, Derrell Pulis, step granddaughter Mykala Palmer, in laws Nealey R. Pulis and Geneva M. (Reddick) Pulis.

Memorial Service: 2:00PM Wednesday September 27, 2017
Ray & Martha's Funeral Home Chapel Anadarko, Oklahoma


Under the direction of Ray & Martha's Funeral Home Anadarko, Oklahoma

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Memorial
Date: September 27, 2017
Time: 2:00 pm

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Willy & Mary Perry
Shawnee, OK
Heaven has gained an Angel.  Family gatherings will never be the same.  You will be missed. Rest in peace.  We love you
Dan Lair
Houston, TX
I attended AHS in my junior year only (1962). I was in the junior class play directed by Mr. Weems. I was a character called Mr. Cherry, a nursing home resident. I think Charlie was in the play also and we had some scenes together.
I left because my father was assigned to the Panama Canal Zone and I graduated there in 1963. I remember Charlie as my friend. I remember Brenda also. God Bless.
Gail Lawrence
Yukon, OK., OK
My sincere condolence Brenda, to you and the family.
Steve & Peggy Evans
Fort Cobb, OK
RIP, Charley. Our thoughts and prayers are with the family.
Rex and Mickey Bottom
Anadarko, OK
So sorry ! Our thoughts and prayers are with his family!! RIP Charley
Anna Marie Wight
Ada, OK
He shall be missed.  My condolences for all the family.
Jeff Johnson
Paris, TX
37 years ago you give me my start in the seismograph industry . I'll never forget what a start to my career it was. Rest well my friend and thank you.
Linda (Haney) Feltz
Brush, CO
I went to High School with Charley. He was such a fun guy to have in our class.
Always helpful and full of smiles. I am sure he will be missed.
My prayers for the family and friends.
Linda ( Haney) Feltz
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