Mr. Charles Darnell Darrisaw, Sr.
Mr. Charles Darnell Darrisaw, Sr. Sandersville, Georgia passed away on Saturday morning, January 1, 2022 at Washington County Regional Medical Center, Sandersville, Georgia. Graveside services were held on Saturday, January 8, 2022 at 2:00 P.M. at Woodlawn City Cemetery with Min. Clifford Merrell officiating.
Early Saturday morning, as the New Year crept in at 1:30 AM on January 1, 2022, an angel whispered in our father’s ear releasing him from his earthly home to his heavenly reward.
Mr. Charles Darnell Darrisaw, Sr., was born on July 24, 1954 to the parentage of Mrs. Willie Pearl Darrisaw and the late Mr. Willie L. Darrisaw.
He grew up with his mother and siblings in Oconee, Georgia. He attended the public schools of Washington County and graduated from Washington County High School.
Mr. Darrisaw began his journey in life as a responsible young man working at the Oconee Center Nursing Home. He provided patient care, worked in housekeeping and other capacities as needed. Charles loved being a help to the elderly and others. He worked there for over twenty five (25) years.
After leaving the nursing center, he began a career with the Department of Transportation where he worked for many years until his health failed.
On March 7, 1980, Charles married the former Ms. Lorine Watts who continued to support and assist their children with his care until his passing.
He was preceded in death a sister: Ms. Brenda Hall.
Mr. Darrisaw leaves to cherish his memories, one son: Mr. Charles (Santina) Darrisaw, Jr., Milledgeville, Georgia; three daughters: Ms. Serika Watts, Milledgeville, Georgia; Ms. Ayanna Darrisaw, Ms. LeAndra Darrisaw, Sandersville, Georgia; mother: Ms. Willie Pearl Archer, Sandersville, Georgia; four brothers: Mr. Edward (Patricia) Mathis, Mr. Stanley (Philisa) Mathis, Davisboro, Georgia; Mr. Danny (Pamela) Mathis, Florida, Mr. Phil (June) Darrisaw, Snellville, Georgia; three sisters: Ms. Linda Watts, Milledgeville, Georgia, Ms. Cathy Mathis, Florida, Ms. Pamela Gunn, Conyers, Georgia; fourteen granddaughters and four grandsons whom he cherished and loved; a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. M. C. Smith Funeral Home in charge.