Charles M. “Charlie” Stephens age 79, of Greenville, passed away Monday, January 20, 2020 at Metron of Greenville. He was born July 27, 1940 in Conklin, Michigan, the son of Wilson & Bernice (Finkler) Stephens. He was a active member of the St. Charles Catholic Church, had a great love for the Cursillo movement being a rector three times, served as a Grand Knight and District Deputy for Knights of Columbus 3rd degree and became a 4th Degree, was a special events coordinator for Amway corporation, served his country in the US Navy during the Vietnam Era, American Legion Post #101 and member of the legion honor guard for military funerals, and was a former Oakfield Township board member. Charlie is survived by his wife Sally; children Christine (Scott) Krieger of Grand Rapids, Kathryn Barr of Scottsdale, Arizona, Michael Stephens of Lakeview, Amy Lynn (Brian) Collins of Caledonia, Michael (Catrice) Flynn of Spring Lake and Ryan (Beth) Flynn of Walker; 12 grandchildren Scot and Drew Stephens, Emily Wright, Grace, Maddy and Nolan Flynn, Cody Alverez, Garrett and Parker Barr, Alex LaFemina, and Paige and Casey Collins; 2 great grandchildren Rose and Ashton; 3 sisters Patricia (Russ) Reams of Walker, Marilyn (Tom) Pearce and Sandy Worpel of Conklin; brother James (Jeanne) Stephens of Rockford and his father in law Richard “Fergie” Ferguson. He was preceded in death by his parents, sister Marie, brother in law Rich Worpel and his mother in law Eileen Ferguson. Visitation will be 6 to 8 PM Thursday January 23, 2020 at the Marshall Funeral Home, Greenville. The 4th degree of the Knights of Columbus will have a Chalice ceremony at 7:45 PM and the Rosary will be recited at 8 PM. Funeral Mass will be 11 AM Friday, January 24, 2020 at St. Charles Catholic Church celebrated by Fr. James Wyse, with visitation from 10 till the Mass at church. Full Military Honors will be performed by the American Legion Post #101 at the church after the Mass and a luncheon will follow. Burial will be in St. Charles Catholic Cemetery. Memorial contributions in Charlie’s name can be made to St. Charles Catholic School or Hospice of Michigan.