Charline McNamee

Charline S McNamee (Schofield)

Tuesday, November 8th, 1932 - Monday, December 9th, 2019
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Charline Schofield McNamee died peacefully on December 9, 2019, at Brookdale of Oakwood at the age of 87. She was the daughter of Charlie Ross and Ruby (Shipman) Schofield.

Charline was born and raised in Dallas, Texas. She was a graduate of Sunset High School where she was a cheerleader and was on the volleyball team. She later moved to Houston, Texas where she lived for over 25 years. In Houston, she devoted herself to raising her children, involving herself as homeroom mom at school and team mom for children sports. While in Houston, she became a sports fan of the Dallas Cowboys and the Houston Astros. She became the quintessential Yellow Rose of Texas. She also loved to be active with her family, whether by snow skiing, horseback riding, biking, or rollerblading.

She married Charles “Charlie” McNamee in April of 1983. After which her greatest joys were being a wife to Charlie and mother to all her and Charlie’s children. She loved traveling with Charlie to see their children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren. She loved having friends and family visit her and Charlie in Sun Valley, Idaho.

Charline will be lovingly remembered by her children, Melissa (John David) Lively, Reagan Burch, Michael (Cynthia) McNamee, Mark (Joy) McNamee, Kathleen McNamee, Charlie (Courtney) McNamee, and David McNamee; grandchildren, Amanda (JC) Kaufmann, Jeffrey (Alisa) Lively, Ryan Lively, Erin (George) Giles, Charles R. McNamee, Michael McNamee, Daniel McNamee, Charles H McNamee, Nolan McNamee, Abigail, Hillary (Ethan) Wahl, Patrick (Kate) McNamee, Garrett McNamee, Chelbie McNamee, Cody McNamee, and Sarah McNamee. Charline is further survived by numerous great-grandchildren, nieces, nephews, and by many close friends. She was preceded in death by her husband Charlie, her parents, and three sisters Jeannie, Nita, and Joyce. Charline will be greatly missed by all who knew her.

Private Life Celebration Services will be held.

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Private Life Celebration Services will be held by the family. Deliver flowers by noon on Tuesday, December 17, 2019 to Conner & Koch Life Celebration Home. We will also forward any cards sent in care of our address to the family.


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Paula Moore

Posted at 07:59pm
Sorry for your loss. I worked for Charline and Charlie for several years and was always treated with caring and kindness. Charline was always a giving person and cared deeply for her family. I always heard about Melissa and her children and Reagan. She will be missed by friends and family..

sue Jefferis Posted at 08:43am

I worked for Charline for 12 yrs. I loved both her and Charlie, they were so sweet and kind.Her family was loving and kind and she spoke of them often. She will be so very missed. Sadly, Sue Jefferis.

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