, Muskogee, OK


December 10, 2013

Charles Blayke Spence


Charles Blayke Spence, age 5, from Ft. Gibson was taken too soon on December 5, 2013 in Muskogee, OK.  Blayke was born July 24, 2008 in Midlothian, Virginia to Charles Ryan and Dehlila Spence. Blayke liked fishing, hunting, and playing with and aggravating his 2 brothers.  He loved to ride his bicycle and sometimes he rode until the tires were literally wore out.  He's been burning the sidewalks up without training wheels since he was 2.  Blayke had a lot of ambition and was so inquisitive.  He was the most compassionate 5 yr old anyone could have ever met.  Blayke was a good student in his Pre-K class. 

Blayke is preceded in death by his Great Grandmother Irene Spence; Great Grandmother Dawodia Jalajel; and Great Uncle Mohamed Jalajel.  Blayke leaves behind to cherish his memories his parents Charles and Dehlila Spence; 2 brothers, Riley Barnaby and Billy Spence; 4 Uncles, Willie Jalajel of Muskogee, R.J. Spence and wife Heather of Arkansas, William Spence of Ft. Gibson and Travis Rigsby of Virginia; 2 Aunts, Renae Spence of Muskogee, and Leila Jalajel (John Staffa) of Florida; Grandparents, Rena Spence (John Baldridge) of Ft. Gibson, Dorothy Jalajel of Muskogee, A.J. Jalajel of Virginia, Charles Spence of Muskogee; Great Grandparents, Dorothy Laird of Muskogee and Bernice James of Muskogee; 6 cousins; and many little friends.

Memorial Services will be 6:00 pm Thursday, December 12, 2013 at South Ridge Baptist Church in Ft. Gibson, OK under the direction of Hibbs Funeral Home.


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