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334 Highway 53 East
P. O. Box 185
DAWSONVILLE, GA 30534
Phone: 706-265-3159
Fax: 706-265-2557
Charles E. Fletcher
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Condolence From: Tom
Condolence: I consider Fletch to be a true friend. I’ve laughed many times at his stories at Rock Creek. He was a genuine caring human being. He will be truly missed.
Wednesday December 27, 2017
Condolence From: Scott Smith
Condolence: As I write this, I look back on my school days and smile. Mr. Fletcher was truly an incredible man. Much more than a teacher, he was a mentor and a friend to me as well as many students at Dawson County High. Always willing to let “boys be boys”, which probably caused him some grief sometimes, you knew where he drew the line and you didn’t want to cross it. Even now, thirty years after graduating, when I reminisce with friends about the old days, the stories of Fletch still come up. A true man of character that would always smile when he spoke of his family. I consider myself truly blessed for the time I had with Mr. Fletcher and can only hope he was aware of the impact he had on the young people of Dawson County.
Wednesday December 27, 2017
Condolence From: Glenn Lee
Condolence: Charles Fletcher was my friend! I loved him and I surely miss him! I always looked forward to camping at the “creek” when he would be there as well. Oh! The the stories , some of them even true, the humor, laughter, and fellowship that resulted from such occasions are some of my fondest memories. “Fletch” was caring, insightful, and just a real decent man who I was lucky enough to have known! So long, for now , my friend!
Tuesday December 26, 2017
Condolence From: Doug Looney
Condolence: “Fletch” was the same anytime I sam him; a big smile, friendly handshake, easy going conversation. I was band director at Central Gwinnett in the ‘70s when he was the vocational instructor and would stop in the vocational classroom occasionally to say hello. Sorry the world couldn’t keep him around any longer. His rock solid goodness was an inspiration for us all. Condolences to Sheryl and family.

Doug Looney
Gainesville, GA
Tuesday December 26, 2017
Condolence From: JOHN DAVID MARDIS
Condolence: YOU ARE ONE OF THE GREATEST HUMAN BEINGS I'VE KNOWN IN MY 71 YEARS, AND NEARLY 4O YRS AS YOUR FELLOW PUBLIC EDUCATION PROFESSIONAL, AND NOW CO-RETIREE. I WILL NEVER FORGET YOUR WONDERFUL FRIENDSHIP AND YOUR LOVING POSITIVE INFLUENCE ON ALL OF US IN OUR 'ROCK CREEK ECOLOGICAL SOCIETY . . . BUT ESPECIALLY FOR THE POWER OF YOUR KIND FATHERING FIGURE FOR ALL OF OUR YOUNG SONS DURING THEIR GROWING UP YEARS ON OUR MANY CAMPING AND FISHING TRIPS TO ROCK CREEK AND THEN TO OUR LATER GREAT ENCAMPMENTS AT DON GUDGER'S HOMEPLACE 'PLAYGROUND' ON THE MOUNTAINTOWN IN GILMER CO. MY DAVE JUST SAID WHAT A KING MAN YOU WERE, WITHOUT A MEAN BONE IN YOUR BODY. WE ARE ALL BETTER OLD AND YOUNG MEN FOR OUR GETTING TO BE YOUR FRIEND. THANKS FLETCH. YOU DA MAN!!!!
Tuesday December 26, 2017

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