Charlene Bagley


Charlene Bagley
Charlene Bagley

Charlene Bagley, 94, of Canyon, TX died October 22, 2021.

Memorial services will be at 11:00 a.m., Wednesday, October 27, 2021, at University Church of Christ, 3400 Conner Dr., Canyon, TX with David Lough officiating.  Arrangements are by Boxwell Brothers Funeral Directors, 2800 Paramount Blvd.

Charlene was born October 11, 1927, in Dickens, TX to Arlene and Charlie William Giesecke Jr.  She attended Roaring Springs High School and a graduate of West Texas State University.  She was a member of American Legion Auxiliary, active member of University Church of Christ, and 25-year member of their quilting class.  She just loved reading, crazy about sports, and keeping up with her people.  We will miss her laugh.

The family extends thanks to Abundantly Blessed Care Home and Kindred Hospice for their wonderful care of Charlene.

She was preceded in death by her husband of 64 years, Wayne Bagley; a daughter, Marilyn Lois Bagley; brothers L.C., R.C., and R.L. Giesecke; and a son-in-law, Gary Braxton.

Survivors include her daughters, Joyce Evelyn Bagley, of Richardson, TX, Judy Panneck, of Richardson, TX, Dana Louise Bagley Hatch and husband Larry of Lindale, TX, and Janet Leigh Bagley Braxton, of Amarillo, TX; a son, William Kenneth Bagley of Amarillo; a sister, Nixie Giesecke Sullivan, of Plano, TX; grandchildren, Jessica Hatch Woodard, Jesilyn Hatch, Brett Bagley, Bryce Bagley, James Bagley, Tyler Bagley, Bobby Wayne Braxton, Ryan Braxton, and Daniel Braxton; and thirteen great-grandchildren.

4 Replies to “Charlene Bagley”

  1. Your mother was such a loving and caring woman, she was a blessing to our family. I will cherish my memories of her and your dad. May you all be comforted by the wonderful memories of her and know she is at peace and without pain. My prayers are with you during this time of sorrow. I love you all.

  2. Granny was such a trooper to put up with me. I always think of her when I’m in my office with the quilt that she made for me, which hangs over my chair. A beautiful piece of art that I’ll treasure forever

    God bless you granny and may you Rest In Peace

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