Charles Charlie Obituary, Resident Of Richlands Virginia Has Passed Away
- john Gibson
Charles Charlie Obituary Death – Charlie was a quiet man, but he was also a good man. He never thought twice about lending a hand to a relative, friend, or neighbor and he never asked for anything in return. When the fields didn’t need him, he kept himself busy with other things because he had trouble staying still. He never put off starting a project and was always prepared to do so. As a result, Kathy would occasionally return from work to a few surprises, such as the demolition of some of the farm’s older structures.
He had a genuine enthusiasm for the outdoors and loved to observe wildlife, whether it was seeing a deer from a mile away while driving, filling the bird feeders, or pulling a cart into the yard to plant full of flowers. He used to go on snowmobile excursions to Yellowstone when he was in his 20s. In 2013, he went to Alaska and had the experience of a lifetime. He liked watching old TV episodes, solving puzzles, and reading through sale fliers when he had free time.
If there was a big sale going on, he would be driving to the store. However, he was impatient with ties, sports, and being late. Charlie will be remembered by his wife Kathy, children Cindy (Paul) Krueger of Farmington, Minnesota, Bryan Vogel of St. Peter, Minnesota, and Ann (Lance) Severin of Nicollet, Minnesota; three grandchildren, Lily, Nathan, and Sara Krueger, who brought out the softy in him; siblings Margaret (Ray) Griep, Don Vogel, Barb (Bill) Heyn, and Marleen Peacock; sister-in-law Deb (Richard) Bergsather;