Mia Gunter Obituary, Cause Of Death – Mia Gunter Gunter, Charlie Howard Cookeville, Tennessee Gunter, Charlie H. Goodrich, MI “Howard,” also known as “Howard,” was born in Cookeville, Tennessee. On March 8, 2016, at the age of 80, he passed away peacefully with his dog Bucky by his side. “Howard” was born and raised in Cookeville. On March 8, 1936, “Howard” entered the world. After 47 years of service in this capacity.
Howard has made the decision to retire from his work as a skilled technician in the Powerhouse at the General Motors Fisher Body plant in Grand Blanc. This decision comes after Howard has served in this capacity. After beginning his career with Chevrolet, where he worked in the “Hole,” he later advanced his career within the corporation by moving on to the Downtown Buick division.
He was a union member of the Local 1292 organization. He maintained both jobs in order to avoid being let go, and then he moved on to Fisher Body, which is also known as the Tank Factory. He did this so that he wouldn’t be dismissed. He did this in order to prevent himself from getting fired from his job. When he had some time to kill, he would tend to his garden and spend time with his dog, Bucky. Both of these activities brought him a great deal of pleasure.
In addition to that, he valued spending quality time with both his family and his friends. Both groups were very important to him. His family, friends, and coworkers will undoubtedly feel a profound loss now that he is no longer there with them.
We would want to take this opportunity to offer Tim St. Cinn of Smith Barney our most heartfelt gratitude for all of his assistance with Howard. Marjorie I. Gunter (Lonsbury), his wife; his brothers James and Hillary; and Jewell Gunter and Ruth Gunter; both of his sisters; all passed away before he did.