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Brittain, Charles E.

Brittain, Charles E.

March 27, 1970 — March 1, 2020

Charles Eugene Brittain, 49, of the Kansas City Northland, went to live with his friend, Jesus, in the presence of our Heavenly Father, on March 1, 2020.

Visitation will begin at 12 noon, followed by a service celebrating his life at 1:00 pm, on Saturday, March 7, at Kansas City Church, 7700 North Church Road, Kansas City, MO 64158. In lieu of flowers, memorials are suggested to his children’s Special Olympics team, the Northstars (https://www.northstarsbooster.org/in-memory.html).

Charles was born March 27, 1970, in North Kansas City, MO, the son of Bill and Linda (Cole) Brittain. His parents preceded him in death. He was a very active member and trustee of Kansas City Church. Charles was an avid lover of music, road trips and sports; but no team heard his cheers more than his children's Special Olympics team, the Northstars. He could be found rooting on the sidelines of every Northstars event year-round.

Survivors include his wife of 17 years, Erica; children Danan and Megan; step-father, David Ayrton; step-sisters, Rene, Kathleen, Tracy, Christian and Shannon; Erica's sister, Jill (Stephen) Holman; several nieces, nephews, other family members and countless friends. He will be greatly missed by all.

Service Information

Visitation will begin at 12 noon, followed by a service celebrating his life at 1:00 pm, on Saturday, March 7, at Kansas City Church, 7700 North Church Road, Kansas City, MO 64158.

Brittain, Charles E.'s Guestbook

You're a great man and will be missed by many, Peace be with Erica and the children. Thank you for being one of my big brothers growing up, We love you!

Heather Rogers Solomon

Dear Charles Facebook connected us & I could see you as a loving husband and a great father. May you find peace in kingdom of the God.

Kapil Sareen

What a fantastic friend & heavenly family member Charles will forever be. He’s left a superb loving legacy for us to utilize for the glory of God. May his family be strengthened, comforted & loved on by The Father.🕊

Sheryl Smith

Charles, we have known each other for about 7 years. You have taught me many things, I feel we taught each other some things. You never ceased a moment to get one in, jokingly of course and I laughed every time knowing how you totally got how I was and I got you 🤗. You shared stories with me and just even if we talked about the weather I looked forward to seeing you and chatting and taking care of you twice a week for 7 years❤️It’s hard to let you go but I know this is where you always said someday you would make it to. Rest my friend in eternal peace and shine down on us and give us light when we need it. I will be forever grateful for being able to tell you for the last time when I saw you I loved you and cared for you!Forever in my heart ❤️

Jennifer michielini

I love you Uncle so much and I will forever miss you.

Christine Gonzales

I remember your special ways of surprising your wife with so much love and taking care of your children so well. Thank you for teaching us how to love and being there for family irrespective of the situations. You will always be there in our hearts. Will cherish our conversations and my surprise wedding gift from you as a blessing forever. May God give a lot of strength and peace to family. Love always.

Minakshi

My sincere condolences to Erica and family.

Julie Marpert

Erica and family. Prayers for each of you as you adjust to living with Charles in Heaven. His suffering and pain is gone. May those sweet memories flood you in the coming days. Many are lifting you up in prayers🙏❤🙏

LD Gribbin

I still remember you as one of the older kids from Liberty Assembly of God, that us younger kids couldn't wait to catch up too. Also remember the musical Friends from that church and getting to sing the Friends song in the musical with ya. You go rest now, enjoy the choir in Heaven.

Tarisa Bryant

May God give you eternal rest. My condolences to Erica and family.

Donna Farnham

Charles, you had an impact on so many lives that I am sure you where not fully aware of. I have known you for 10+ years as a caregiver, your dialysis FNP and friend. You never failed to kept me up to date with your children’s latest adventures and pride in accomplishments. Erica, you saved his life with your love. As the apostle Paul stated “ I have fought a good fight, I have finished my race (course) and have kept the faith” .. that’s you my friend.

Mary Davis-Benson

Charles was a great nephew that I enjoyed as a fantastic family member. I will miss him and his wisdom He was always complimentary about his wife and children. He truly loved his wife, family and the Lord. May you Rest In Peace

Phyllis Reece

You will be missed...you touched my sons heart when we came to visit the church recently...you were one of the few that really talked to us...we love you Charles.

Lori and Nick Martin

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