Charles D. Priest
Charles D. Priest of Remlap died June 20th from complications of a neurological disorder. He was 59 years old . “Charlie” served as Executive Director of The Alabama Head Injury Foundation for almost 25 years .During those years of dedicated service to individuals with traumatic brain injury and their families , Charlie helped establish a respite care program recreational opportunities and accessible housing for individuals with TBI . Charlie also actively supported numerous legislative initiatives such as the Alabama Impaired Drivers Trust Fund, the Americans with Disabilities Act and the Sports Concussion Bill . Charlie leaves behind his father William and Trish , his wife of 35 years. Four children , Sheri Mcnabb , Nicole Milam , Jessica Smith and Cody Priest along with his five grandchildren , Sam Arthur, Hayden Priest , Addy Smith, Taylor Mcnabb and Kiley Milam. His sons in law are Chuck Mcnabb , Ben Milam and Spencer Smithand his daughter in law Catie Priest . A wake and a memorial service will be held at Charlie and Trish's home in Remlap . The date has not been determined . The family asks that no flowers be givin , instead please make a donation to the Charles Priest Endowed fund 3100 Lorna RD Suite 200 Hoover , Al 35216 at the Alabama Head Injury foundation thus making it possible to continue the good work Charlie believed in so strongly .
In Paradise, Jesus will fulfill his role as “the resurrection and the life.” (John 11:25) He will resurrect countless millions, giving them an opportunity to live forever in Paradise on earth. (John 5:28, 29) Imagine the reunions as beloved friends and relatives, long separated by death, embrace one another, quite beside themselves with joy! All mankind will praise God for his restorative power. . I am very sorry for your loss. May God's Word comfort you and your family. Sincerely, Meryl - email@example.com
I am so very sorry for your loss. The Bible makes this comforting promise: "Jehovah is close to the brokenhearted, He saves those who are crushed in spirit." (Psalm 34:18) It also assures us: "Throw your burden on Jehovah, and he will sustain you. Never will he allow the righteous one to fall." (Psalm 55:22) May these thoughts bring you a measure of comfort at this difficult time.