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Charles “Chuck” Henry Oliver V

Sept. 5, 1987 ~ June 20, 2022


Charles “Chuck” Henry Oliver V (34), of Copperas Cove, passed away on June 20, 2022 in Harker Heights, Texas. A memorial service will be held at 2pm Sunday, July 3, 2022 at Crawford Bowers Funeral Home in Copperas Cove, Texas with Pastor Michael Harrigan officiating.  There will be no graveside services.  Arrangements are by Crawford Bowers Funeral Home in Copperas Cove.  

Chuck was born in Crockett, Texas to Charles Henry Oliver IV and Shannon Darlene (Hendrix) Oliver on September 5, 1987. At a young age, Chuck moved with his family to Houston, Texas. Chuck absolutely loves Houston! Chuck graduated with his High School Diploma in 2005 while living in Copperas Cove. Chuck is blessed with two sons: Tristen Lee and Teagan Everett. Chuck has a love of being outdoors which is why he excelled as a Heavy Equipment Operator. While working as a jobsite foreman, he attended online courses and acquired his Traffic Controllers Certification, is a Certified Electrician’s Apprentice, and a Licensed Plumber. Chuck also has a special talent as a skilled Tile Installer and his work crew refers to him as “The Tile Guy!”

Chuck is a devout Christian and a God-fearing man. He was baptized at Cedar Bayou Baptist Church in Baytown, Texas at the age of 11. His morning routine includes listening to his Christian Podcast by Preacher Tony Evans. Chuck loves his family and friends unconditionally; he’s never met a stranger and loves to talk. Chuck has the biggest smile and best laugh.  He is a gracious humble man that will give the shirt off his back to anyone in need. Chuck has a strong presence and is fearless, he never judges anyone. Chuck is always there for anyone who needs a hand to hold or a shoulder to lean on. His favorite thing to do is ride. Chuck loves to ride; he didn’t care if it was a car, truck, motorcycle, 4-wheeler, go-cart, bicycle, or tricycle. He said riding gives him his freedom.

Chuck’s greatest honor is his family and friends. Chuck was your ride-or-die! Anyone who knows Chuck knew he was an awesome force to be reckoned with. Chuck’s biggest accomplishment is in himself, and he truly living his best life! His only hope is that everyone knows they can overcome any challenges, no matter how big they might be, just like he did.

Chuck is preceded in death by his father, Charles Henry Oliver IV, his grandfather Donald Gwyn Hendrix, Sr., his grandfather Raymond Paul Wessell, his grandfather William Harold Flora, his great-great-grandparents William and Johnny Hendrix, great-great-grandparents James and Melba Moody, great-great-grandparents Jessie and Lenora Norris, and his cousins Michael Anthony Ridella and Kenzie Rian McMullen.

Chuck is survived by his mother Shannon Hendrix Scott, his sister Ashlie Nicole Oliver along with her children, Hala and Levi, his sons; Tristen Lee and Teagan Everett, his aunt Donna Ridella and husband Anthony (Tony) along with their children; cousin, Mac McMullen and wife Lorin along with their children Ethan, Irelyn, Liam, and Nora; cousin, Amanda Speights and husband Tim along with their daughter Eisley; and cousin, Madison Ridella; his aunt, Deanna (Dee) Turner and husband Gregg; his cousin, Amanda Smith and husband Ethan along with their children Brealyn and Ace; his cousin, Taylor Peacock along with her children Colt and Westyn; his cousin, Kassie Peacock along with her son Riot; his uncle, Donald (Don Don) Hendrix and wife Laura and their children Lindsey and Dalton; his grandmother, Jamie Darlene Wessell; his grandparents, Donna and Gilfred Boullion; along with numerous other beloved family members and friends.

A message from the family:

Chuck is an inspiration for all who knew him, he is a mighty Angel and will be greatly missed. There are no words to describe the pain we feel, the emptiness inside, the heartache, the grief, the loneliness, the sorrow, the anguish, and the despair. It is a gut-wrenching, bring you to your knees type of pain. Just know we’ll keep you alive in all we do. You have truly impacted each one of us in a powerful way. Our comfort comes in knowing you are in Heaven with our Almighty God and at peace. We cry for you Chuck because we love you. We Love You! We Love You! Something tells us, “We are going to love you forever...


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