Charmaine  Peoples
Charmaine "Momma" Peoples
Charmaine Peoples, 73, of Mineral Wells, passed away peacefully 03/25/2020, after a 10 year battle with cancer with her husband by her side.
She was born to Alfred and Dorothy James, August 14, 1946. She graduated from Long Beach Polytechnic on Atlantic. She was married to James L Peoples in 1964.
Charmaine was preceded in death by her parents Alfred and Dorothy James, Her Grandmother Ana May James and Her Grandson Austin J Merritt.
Charmaine is survived by her Husband James L Peoples, Her Sister Dixie Meadows and Her Niece Jennifer Meadows. Her two children: Alfred J Peoples and Wife Amber Peoples of Leesburg, Siobhan Supak-Peoples and wife Bridget Supak-Peoples of Arlington, Her beloved Grandchildren: Samantha D (Peoples)Styers and husband Collin Styers, Gabriel Supak-Peoples, Chloe Peoples, A.J. Peoples, Brooke, Pete, Stephion and James. Also, four great-grandchildren.
Charmaine was a wonderful Wife, Mother, Grandmother, Sister, Aunt and friend to all she met. Her family was her life. Her favorite thing in the world was the beach and boy did she love to be laying in the sun on the sand. She loved collecting wind chimes and refrigerator magnets. Her passion in life was her flowers and gardening. She was a hard worker. Most of her life she was a cook in the school Cafeterias. She also had a long career at Wal-Mart before having to retire. She had a heart of gold all the way till her last days.
In honor of her, we will be following her request and having her cremated at White's Funeral Home in Mineral Wells, TX 76067. We are unable to have service due to COVID-19. So please, in lieu of flowers, her family request you help her husband James L Peoples at 3309 Apache Drive, Mineral Wells, TX 76067 during this tough time and donate or send condolences directly to him to help.
Published on March 26, 2020
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Jennifer Meadows
Mar 26, 2020
I can still hear your voice, and your wonderful laugh. You were the kindest woman I have ever known. It meant so much to me when you were there for one of the proudest days of my life when I graduated basic training. I always loved Mom's stories of your lives as children. We are all going to miss you so very much, and I hate thinking of this world without Saint Charmaine in it. We love you so very much!
Laura Woolbert
Mar 26, 2020
Bless you on your journey, Mrs. Peoples. My thoughts and prayers are with the entire family.
Dixie L. Meadows
Mar 26, 2020
Charmaine is my Sister, close as sisters could ever get. She would do anything for you. I love you with all my heart, Sis.