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Charles James Hopkins

April 10, 1961 — November 2, 2013

Charles James Hopkins of Mansfield, Arkansas passed from this life, Saturday, November 2, 2013 in a Fort Smith, Arkansas hospital. Charles was born April 10, 1961 to Charles James and Joan Louise (Champion) Hopkins in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Charles was 52 years, 6 months, 23 days old.

In May of 1985, Charles married the love of his life, Sheri Wagoner. Charles enjoyed many things, watching the History Channel, riding motorcycles and fishing. Charles favorite job was working at the coal mine in Hartford. Charles' is named on the Coal Miners's Memorial Park in Greenwood, Arkansas. He love the Pittsburgh Steelers. Charles most treasured memories was the time he spent with his children and grandbabies.

Charles leaves behind to cherish his memory, his wife, Sheri Hopkins of the home; one daughter, Shannon Dominguez of Mansfield, Arkansas; one son, Jacob Hopkins of the home; one "adopted" son, Jimmy Brimble of Mansfield, Arkansas; and one sister, Diane Hopkins of San Bernardino, California;. Pappy will also be missed by three grandchildren, Ethan, Evan, and Ella. Charles is also survived by two aunts, Cindy Champion of Mansfield, Arkansas; Dot Trevino of Highland, California; and one uncle Dennis Champion of San Bernardino, California. Charles will be missed by all that knew him and the many whose lives were impacted by him including a host of cousins, extended family, friends and loved ones.

Charles is preceded in death by his parents, Charles James and Joan Louise Hopkins; one aunt, Donna Ruiz and two uncles Billy and Richard Champion.

Charles' life celebration will be at 2:00 p.m., Wednesday, November 6, 2013 at the Mansfield Assembly of God Church with Rev. Lesley Elmore, officiating. Arrangements and cremation are being entrusted to the Heritage Memorial Funeral Home & Crematory in Waldron, Arkansas.

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