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  1. Darlene and family, caring thoughts to each of you. May the Lord send comfort through memories that are cherished and knowing prayers bring hope to heavy hearts, for he is sheltered in arms of God!

  2. To all the of Chuckie family I send love and prayer’s to each and everyone of you. Hold close to your memories for they are from God to keep you close to Chuckie! Whenever you feel the tugging of pain and loss, close your eyes and call on God, he will send you a memory to fill your heart with comfort and love. Rest in peace my Nephew! You will be missed!

  3. To Darlene and family we send prayers in this time. It is hard to lose a child. May you find peace that he was a good soul and he is with the Lord.

  4. CHARLIE, MS PUD AND THE FAMILY, IM SO SORRY TO HEAR OF CHUCKS PASSING, YALL ALL ARE IN MY THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS

  5. I’m so sorry for you’ll Loss . Chuckie had a heart of gold, and would help anyone. May God be with each and everyone of you all at this difficult time. I loved Chucky like a Brother. 😇🙏

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Charles Forrest Brodie, III

November 5, 2021

Charles “Chucky” Forrest Brodie, III passed away unexpectedly in Virginia on November 5, 2021 at the age of 52. He is survived by his parents, Charlie and Darlene “Pud” Brodie; his daughter, Whitney Brodie; his son, Daniel Brodie (Hayley); two grandchildren, Keyonna Brodie and Austin Brodie; his brother Michael Brodie (Lori) and his sister, Amanda Brodie all of Wanchese, NC. Also surviving are one nephew, three nieces and many other family members and friends.

When Chuck was younger, he was an amazing pitcher in baseball. His love for the game never left him. He carried that talent with him as he grew older and was able to use it to teach his brother how to play ball as well as his daughter and son. Chucky also coached several men’s softball teams and was an excellent coach and pitcher. Over the years, Chucky worked on many trawl boats and was a great commercial fisherman. Chuck truly loved his kids, his family, his friends, and most importantly, he loved his Lord and savior Jesus Christ.

Chuck’s graveside funeral will be held 1pm, Thursday, November 11, 2021 at Cudworth Cemetery in Wanchese. Pastor Kenny Midgett will officiate. In lieu of flowers, the family is urgently requesting memorial donations to assist with Chucky’s transport and funeral expenses.

The donation list is open 24-hrs a day directly at Gallop Funeral Services, Inc at 252-216-8030. Expressions of sympathy and comfort are welcome, via the on-line register at www.gallopfuneralservices.com. Gallop Funeral Services, Inc was entrusted with arrangements.

Condolences

Karen L Walker

Darlene and family, caring thoughts to each of you. May the Lord send comfort through memories that are cherished and knowing prayers bring hope to heavy hearts, for he is sheltered in arms of God!

Deanna D Briggs

To all the of Chuckie family I send love and prayer's to each and everyone of you. Hold close to your memories for they are from God to keep you close to Chuckie! Whenever you feel the tugging of pain and loss, close your eyes and call on God, he will send you a memory to fill your heart with comfort and love. Rest in peace my Nephew! You will be missed!

John Devereux

So sorry for your loss. Will be praying for your family in this time of sorrow

Terry and Jane Gray

To Darlene and family we send prayers in this time. It is hard to lose a child. May you find peace that he was a good soul and he is with the Lord.

Charlie and Teresa Dixon

You are in our prayers. 🙏

TERRY WILLIAMSON

CHARLIE, MS PUD AND THE FAMILY, IM SO SORRY TO HEAR OF CHUCKS PASSING, YALL ALL ARE IN MY THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS

Michael S. Merrell

I’m so sorry for you’ll Loss . Chuckie had a heart of gold, and would help anyone. May God be with each and everyone of you all at this difficult time. I loved Chucky like a Brother. 😇🙏