Living to the ripe old age of 98, Charlie has left us to join the love of his life…his wife Ellen.
Charlie was selfless. He was a helping soul and asked nothing in return. He was a quiet man deserving much more happiness than he felt.
Always having a project, Charlie would slowly and methodically complete his task. He so loved helping others. Charlie always had your back.
Charlie wanted to be called Charlie! All down the line, from children to great-grandchildren, that was his name. He thought it was less confusing.
Charlie was so essential to all our lives. Wonderful memories of him watching all the generations drive his lawn mower on the front lawn to watching him grow his prolific garden. The Dadson nieces and nephews loved when Charlie was nearby. He was a good brother to his siblings. Charlie was observant of tasks that needed to be done and would quietly do it for you, even when you did not know it needed to be done.
Charlie was the best man to Larry and walked Loraine down the aisle. He was always there for them.
Once Charlie met Ellen, he had one reason for living… his wife. He did everything that he could to make her life easier. It was wonderful to see that kind of love. It was an inspiration. So now he left this earth to hopefully join his best friend again. Give hugs to our mom, Gramma, and GG! Be happy Charlie! XXX