Charity Black-Hadick Obituary

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Charity Hope Black-Hadick

September 26, 1990 - April 24, 2012
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Charity Hope Black-Hadick, 21, passed away suddenly on Tuesday, April 24, 2012 in Oklahoma City, OK, from complications involving a mass in her brain. Charity was born September 26, 1990 in Edmond, Oklahoma, to Stephen H. and Robin D. Black of Oklahoma City, OK. Full of love, life, fun, and spunky, with a type-A personality, Charity Hope will be missed sorely by all those blessed to have shared life with her. She gave her life to Christ at eight, and was baptized by her father. She was homeschooled and attended C.O.A.C.H. in Norman, OK, graduating high school with a desire to pursue culinary arts and floristry. She dreamed of...
Charity Hope Black-Hadick, 21, passed away suddenly on Tuesday, April 24, 2012 in Oklahoma City, OK, from complications involving a mass in her brain. Charity was born September 26, 1990 in Edmond, Oklahoma, to Stephen H. and Robin D. Black of Oklahoma City, OK.

Full of love, life, fun, and spunky, with a type-A personality, Charity Hope will be missed sorely by all those blessed to have shared life with her. She gave her life to Christ at eight, and was baptized by her father. She was homeschooled and attended C.O.A.C.H. in Norman, OK, graduating high school with a desire to pursue culinary arts and floristry. She dreamed of starting a business involving both. Charity enjoyed working at Outreach Thrift Store, a Christian, missional business seeking to bring glory to God. She also worked at Tony Foss Floristry, and loved her work with flowers. Charity made everything she touched beautiful.

She met her husband Brahk at Harvest Church in Oklahoma City. They were married October 10, 2010, and the day after Christmas found out they were getting a big gift: they were pregnant! Gabriel Joel was born August 20, 2011, and since that day, Charity has beautifully embraced the role of an affectionate, devoted mother and loving housewife.


Charity was preceded in death by grandparents, Howard and Rosanna Black, and Roy B Harrison, uncle Christopher Black, and aunt Mary Black-Lott. Survivors include her husband, Brahk C. Hadick; son, Gabriel Joel Hadick; her parents; sister Mandy S. Guevara (husband Joey); brother John S. Black; niece Michayla K. Black; grandmother Shirley Harrison; father- and mother-in-law Kent and Aniela Hadick; brother-in-law Baine Hadick; sister-in-law Rebecca Hadick, and many grieving family and friends.

Service will be held at 10:00 a.m. Monday, April 30 at First Southern Baptist Church of Del City, 6400 S. Sooner Road, Oklahoma City, OK. Interment to follow at Sunny Lane Cemetery, Del City, OK. For further information, or to leave condolences please visit www.eisenhourfuneral.com

The family has created a video of Charity which can be located on our facebook page at www.facebook.com/eisenhourfuneral

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