Charles Edward Nutt, 73, was called home on May 8, 2019. Charles was born in Erick, Oklahoma to Robert Newton & Karen Elizabeth (Collum) Nutt. Charles retired as the parts manager of Auto Zone. He loved spending time with his children and grandchildren. Charles enjoyed going to the shooting range, watching westerns, loved dancing and working on vehicles.
Charles is preceded in death by his parents and brothers Lee Nutt, Vester Nutt, Johnny Nutt, James Nutt and Bobbie Nutt and his sister Dorthy Nutt
Charles is survived by his loving daughters Amanda Acuff of Texico, NM and Kayla Sanders of Clovis, NM; and 4 grandchildren. Charles will be missed by all his loving family and friends.
Inurnment will take place at a later date at Mission Gardens of Memories Cemetery in Clovis, NM.
Condolences to all of you, sorry for your loss. Charles & I were friends for a very very long time, danced a lot of dances together over the years, will miss talking to him.
Sharon CoxClovis, NM
Sorry for your loss. Charles & I were friends for a very very long time and we danced a lot of dances together.
Sharon CoxClovis, NM
Vester and family sorry for your loss.
Larry A MorenoClovis, NM
he will be remembered and missed always. rest in piece. love you guys many prayers
bobbie bruhnclovis, NM
Rest in Heaven Uncle Jr. I love and miss you so very much. Keep looking down at us. Keep close to Lola , grandpa, grandma and uncles.
Charles was a very nice man to many. My condolences go out to the family. Tina Tolle
Tina TolleClovis, NM
Charles and I were stationed at Ft. Bliss, Tx in 1967-68. We have been friends all these years. Just thought about him yesterday. I will remember him.
William (Bill) SummersClovis, NM
I love you dad I will misses you so much
Kaya sandersClovis, NM
I give my deepest condolences to Charles’ family I knew him and interacted with him most while he was married to, Nancy. I also knew Lee and Vester. Vester worked many years with my Daddy, Richard Stone, at Clardy’s Dairy. I believe Lee worked with Daddy also.
I wish the family much comfort from God and their happy memories of Charles.
Cleta SharpLubbock, TX