Charles L Young "Cooter" Funeral Services will be held on Wednesday, November 19, 2014. Family visitation will be held from 12:00 to 2:30 at Quinlan Funeral Home. Service will be at 2:30 at Quinlan Funeral Home. Interment at IOOF Cemetery in Quinlan. Cooter went home on Sunday, November 16, 2014. He passed at Hunt Regional Hospital in Greenville, Texas. He is survived by two sisters, Betty Baker and Mary Ann Jonker of Dallas; his three brothers, Joe W. Young and Phyillis of Dallas, Frank H. (Penny) Young of Greenville, Bradford (Podge) Young Louise of Quinlan; and sister-in-laws Margaret Young and Ruby Young; nine nieces, Brenda Roberts, Debbie Thompson, Shelly Hanson, Patti Young, Joette Young, Lynda Martinez, Kathy Brown, Carrie, Patton and Christi Bellon; four nephews, Fred Young, Jimmy Young, Mike Baker, and Phillip Young. Surviving Cooter is his longtime friend Sonya Coker, her sons and wives, Spencer and Karen Coker, Marc and Shelly Coker, and daughter Cyndi Williams and grandchildren, Kaitlyn, Chole, Matthew, Bradley, James, and Victoria. Cooter was born in Quinlan, TX, one of eight children and is preceded in death by his parents, James Charlie and Leona Bumpous Young. Also by two older brothers, Sammy L. Young and Ray (Buddy) Young. Cooter graduated from Quinlan High School and worked for a short in Terrell. He spent more than 40 years working in Greenville at the original Temco, E-Systems, and Raytheon. Before his retirement he worked in Parts Control. He worked there during the 20 years the plant held the contract for the Presidential Fleet. He always loved the outdoors, pickup trucks, rodeos, horseracing, and taking care of his horses. He expressed many times that everyone should own some land and he purchased a farm near Lone Oak many years ago. His friends Gary and Terry Dooley, have in the past and now continue to care for Cooter's five horses. Cooter was a loving brother and son. He was especially fond of and dedicated to his mother, Leona. He was a very private person, always had a smile, and had only positive things to say about friends and family. He will be missed and will always share a special place in all our hearts. Though he had no children of his own, at Christmas he usually had a niece, nephew, or grandchild on his knee. He leaves us dozens of memories and special moments shared through the years. Serving as pallbearers are Terry Dooley, Gary Dooley, Jerry Morrison, Billy Lynn, David Patton, Phil Young.