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Charles Wayne Honeycutt

11/16/1962 - 09/27/2021

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Obituary For Charles Wayne Honeycutt

Charles W. Honeycutt, 58 of Fairview, NC passed away peacefully on September 27, 2021. He was the son of the late Charles B. and Marie Chrisawn Honeycutt.

Chuck was born and raised in Buncombe County and graduated from Asheville Highschool. He worked at Mission Hospitals for 15+ years as a security officer. He was well loved by all who worked with him. He took immense pride in serving to protect his fellow co-workers. He was the ultimate fan of Michael Jordan, the UNC Tarheels and professional wrestling. He was a loving and devoted son and father. He was a caregiver to both his parents and always put others needs before himself. His sense of humor and comedic genius will be missed by his friends and family.

Surviving to cherish his memory are his two daughters, Jordan Cornett (Marcus) of Fairview and Brannon Honeycutt of Candler; one granddaughter, Harper Cornett; three sisters, Sheila Martin (Paul), Sandy Wayne (Tony) and Charlene Liles (Danny); nieces and nephews, Scott Martin (Johnnie), Greg Martin, Amy Conte (Joe), “The Haney Boys”; great-nephew, Brayden Martin; his former wife and co-parent, Elizabeth Honeycutt-Akins; girlfriend, Debbie Sgrignoli; and many other special friends and family.

A celebration of life will be held at 3pm on Saturday, October 2, 2021 at New Hope Community Church of Asheville, 308 Patton Cove Rd. Swannanoa, with the Tim Earwood officiating. The family will receive friends prior to the service beginning at 2pm.

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  • I am so sorry for your loss. Linda Weiss, Ruby's daughter

  • He was a good man and always had a smile...was a pleasure to work with at Mission...will be missed by all that knew him. Tommy Bradley

  • Chuck i can't believe your gone. All the funny moments we shared will never be forgotten. I miss you my friend, you will always be missed. Kareem Ford

  • He was larger than life! Loved his job and adored his daughters. He was so tender talking to his girls that I started calling him "cupcake". He was a gentle giant and will be missed.

  • I always enjoyed working with Chuck, he was truly one of funniest people I had ever met! He had a great love for his girls and spoke of them often; my prayers are with his family at this difficult time. I am honored to share a birthday with him and will miss him always! Rest in peace Big Guy; I look forward to celebrating our birthday together again someday! Love always, Brenda Cartwright

  • Chuck was always joking or prankish when we worked security at Mission Hospital. Sometimes if it was a accident or something bad that came in the ED and there was a moment when the silence was too heavy to bear he would say or do something funny to break things up. He was always smiling. He was a great person and friend. Praying for his sweet family. He will always be with you in your heart. And don't be surprised if you get frequent reminders that will make you smile and remember. Love you-Janet Wofford

  • Chuck was a great person and friend. He and I would pick on each other while we worked at Mission hospital. He was hard to get the upper hand on when he was picking on someone. He was loved by all that knew him and I looked forward to seeing him at work. Chuck, "Big Chuck" as I liked to call him will be missed by all that knew him especially me. May you rest in peace my friend as you brought joy and smiles to many. God Bless you and all those you leave behind.

  • Will never forget you my dear friend. I never had to worry knowing you were working. You always looked out for myself & everyone else. I am beyond blessed to have been your friend. Will miss your laugh & sense of humor. You were one of the best. - Jennifer Metzger

  • You will be truly missed Chuck. I always enjoyed working beside you. Rest easy my friend. Till the next time we meet.

  • I had the privilege to know Chuck for the 5 years I worked at Mission Hospital (Security) Chuck was always calm, cool and collected, no matter the situation. His sense of humor was wonderful and we could always count on him to keep us up beat... You will be missed my friend... Rest In Peace,!

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