Grandfather Who Died In Walmart Parking Lot Identified, How You Can Help The Family
SPRINGFIELD TENNESSEE: (Smokey Barn News) – We are learning more about the man that was found unresponsive in the parking lot of the Springfield Walmart on Thursday, and a GO-Fund-Me has been set up for his family.
His name is Charles Edward Birdwell, Sr. of Springfield, and he was age 79. A long-time Robertson County resident, Birdwell was a farmer and of the Baptist faith.
Charles had an extended family that included a son, Charles “Chad” Edward Birdwell, Jr. of Springfield; daughters, Julia (Ken) Little of White House, Tiffany Lee Long of Springfield, and Charley Nicole (Darran Smith) Birdwell of Cookeville; brother-in-law, John Pepper of Colorado; sister, Jeanette (George) Clark of Springfield; grandchildren, Jonathan Parker, Joshua Parker, Presley (Eric) Hooper, Dalton Long, Maggie Long, Jessie Birdwell, Jadean Birdwell, and Cole Birdwell; and great-grandchildren, Taylor and Taylynn Hooper, Sadie, Finlee and Wesley Parker, Landon Parker, Katie Jenkins, Scarlett Long, and Ava Butler.
Funeral services will for Charles be held in the chapel of the Austin and Bell Funeral Home Thursday at 3 pm. Burial will follow in Mt. Carmel Cemetery. Visitation will be held at the funeral home on Thursday, from 11 am- to hour of service at 3 pm. FULL ONLINE OBITUARY
If you would like to assist with funeral expenses, a Go-Fund-Me has been set up to assist the family. Smokey Barn News has confirmed the Go-Fund-Me account. DONATE HERE