charlotte ann dailey
Charlotte Ann Dailey, 58, Edinburgh, passed away June 13, 2022. She was born February 7, 1964, in Franklin to the late William Elliott and Barbara Hendrix Elliott. She married John Dailey who preceded her in death in 2014. She was employed by Amos Hill Associates for many years, retiring as an off-bearer. She loved her family and had a special gift for making people smile. She was beloved by all her family and friends—she will be greatly missed. She is survived by her fiancé, Tommy Hamblen; brothers, William “Bill” Elliott, of Dyersburg, TN, Benny (Sarah) Elliott of Columbus, David (Pat Cox) Elliott of Edinburgh, Matthew Elliott of Edinburgh, and Eric (Shelby Trayes) Elliott of Columbus; sisters, Debra Dailey of Indianapolis, Susan (Dwayne) Johnson of Newburn, TN, and Melissa (Lester) Gibson of Seymour; numerous nieces and nephews; step-sisters, Helen (Duane) Stillabower of Columbus, and Elizabeth (Eugene) Williams of Edinburgh. She was also preceded in death by her sister, Dorothy Ann Elliott; step-mother, Ruth Elliott; and step-brother Danny Myers. A memorial service will be conducted at 11:00 AM, Saturday, July 9, 2022, at Christ Fellowship Church, 125 Lind Drive, Edinburgh. Visitation will be from 9:30 AM until the service at the church. Burial will be in Rest Haven Cemetery. Arrangements have been entrusted to Community Funeral Care, Edinburgh.
6/15/2022 06:37:05 am
Charlotte is my Cousin but i loved her like a sister and best friend she will be sadly missed especially when Melissa and I go shopping and out to eat. she loved to go to Carlos pizza with us.
6/15/2022 06:12:15 pm
I will miss you!!!
6/17/2022 09:28:17 am
You will always be missed charlotte! You have been like an aunt to me and my sister sense we met you over 18 yrs ago and I know you flying high now without any more pain and suffering! I’m praying for your family and friends rip and fly high!
Susan Rice Moore
6/17/2022 02:42:26 pm
Charlotte will be missed by many. I couldn’t wait for Summer and Holidays when she would come to Sorrell Chapel and visit. I grew up with her and her family. I know her and Barbara and the rest of her family and friends are still talking about the crazy things we did. I can’t remember her ever not smiling and joking, except when someone she loved passed away, even on June 9, 2022; when I saw her the last time here on earth. I will see her again. I regret not visiting Edinburgh before she was diagnosed. Moose and I visited September 1-3, 2021. First time I had ever been there. She was her normal self, crazy as ever. Moose said we would go back every month, if I wanted to. He passed away on the 10th, suddenly, so that didn’t happen. Wish I had took momma and Faith and visited more. Live and learn. Charlotte, give everyone a big hug and kiss, especially Moose. He thought you were nuts. Praying for family and friends. Love y’all. Susan Rice Moore
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