Charlene Stafford was a one-of-a-kind woman. A very free spirit who marched to the beat of her own drum. She loved creating beautiful works of art, drawing, painting, pottery, you name it, and she could do it. She loved being in nature and talking with the birds and other animals that would gravitate towards her. She loved riding the Harley with her beloved and departed husband, Clyde Stafford, and being the number one fan for his band “The Skuds”. They enjoyed many years together, having many adventures and wild times together. They raised two children, Robert Stafford & Cheri Stafford, had three grandchildren, Destiny, Savannah &Thomas, and seven great grandchildren, Zayden, Madilyn, Carson, Dax, Milo, Presley & Roman. She also leaves behind two sisters, Phyllis Mather & Pam Mather, whom she loved very much.
She was able to be reunited with her father and mother, Robert Alva Mather & Frankie-Mae McKee, and her husband Clyde Stafford.