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|Charles E. Morgan A memorial service for Charles E. Morgan, who died
May 5th, will be held Saturday, December 11th at Lely Presbyterian Church
on St. Andrews Blvd. He was born in Mt. Carmel, Pa. and had been a resident
of Naples for seven years. He was a photoengraver, working in Philadelphia,
Pa. and Stamford, Conn. He joined the Marine Corps in 1946 and served in
China and Guam. Charlie was an active member of Glen Eagle Golf and Country
Club, serving on the Commons Board of Chatham I and II and was newly elected
to the Board of Directors of Chatham I. He is survived by his wife of 49
years, Clarice; a daughter, Debra McManus-Geer and husband, Daniel; a son,
Richard Morgan and wife, Lynn; four granddaughters, Sara and Caitlin McManus
and Rachael and Cara Morgan; and two step-granddaughters, Emily and Suzanne
Geer. The family wishes to thank their ""Family of Friends'' at Glen Eagle
and Marco Island for their love, prayers and generosity.
Ad first appeared: DEC 10,1999
Charles E. Sweeney, 86, of Naples, died Saturday, December 23, 2000.
Mr. Sweeney had lived in Cherry Hill, N.J. before moving to Naples in 1985.
He attended North Naples Baptist Church. He is survived by his wife, Ethel
Sweeney; three sons, Charles (Linnea) Sweeney of Sleepy Hollow, Ill., Adrian
(Donna) Sweeney of Voorhees, N.J. and Paul (Claudia) Sweeney of Naples;
five grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren. Donations may be made
in his memory to the North Naples Baptist Church. Fuller Funeral Home Pine
Ridge Road 592-1611
Charles Edward Lichtenberger, 94, died Saturday, January 29, 2000 in
Naples, where he had been a resident since 1976 coming from Elkhart, Ind.
Mr. Lichtenberger was born in Kokomo, Ind., August 5, 1905. He is survived
by his wife of 73 years, Monida; and daughter, Audrey (Earl) Nichols; grandson,
Richard (Debbie) Nichols, all of Naples; granddaughter, Terry (Gary) Brendel
of Indianapolis; granddaughter-in-law, Beverly Nichols of Elkhart; five
great-grandchildren; and two great-great-grandchildren. A memorial service
will be held at 2:00 p.m. on Sunday, February 6, 2000 at Harborside Healthcare
Center, 2900 12th Street North.
Charles F. Geitz, 86, of Naples, passed away on October 7, 2000. He
had been coming to Naples on fishing trips since the 1930s and had been
a permanent resident since 1959. Charlie was an avid boater, fisherman
and outdoorsman. As an Eagle Scout himself, he was an avid supporter of
the Boy Scouts of America. He served as a member of the Army Corps of Engineers
during WWII and as a well-known local paving contractor, Charlie was responsible
for many of the roads in both Naples and Golden Gate. He is survived by
his son, Charles C. Geitz of Naples; granddaughter Kimberly L. Maxwell
of Naples; grandson, Christopher R. Maxwell of Naples; and great-grandson,
Dylan R. Nuno. He was predeceased by his loving wife, Betty; and daughter,
Patricia. The family will receive friends on Wednesday, October 11, 2000
from 1:00 to 2:00 p.m. at Hodges Funeral Chapel, 3520 Tamiami Trail North,
Naples. Funeral services will follow at 2:00 p.m. with Rev. Fred Drake,
officiating. Memorial contributions may be made to the Boy Scouts of America,
1815 Boy Scout Drive, Ft. Myers, Fla. 33907. The family has entrusted care
and services to Hodges Funeral Chapel 261-1237
Charles F. Wise, 34, of North Fort Myers, died Tuesday, March 7, 2000
in Miami Beach, Fla. He was born March 11, 1965 in Louisville, Ky. He was
a graduate of North Fort Myers High School in 1983. Charles was a member
of the Ironworkers Local No. 70 for 16 years and was an avid golfer. He
is survived by his son, Chaz Wise of Louisville, Ky.; parents, Charles
E. and Gaila A. Wise of North Ft. Myers; brothers, Mark E. Wise of Naples,
Fla. Paul A. Wise of Cape Coral, Fla.; and sister, Cathy M. Wise of Louisville,
Ky. Funeral services and arrangements will be held in Louisville, Ky. by
Russman & Sons Funeral Home, 1041 Goss Lane.
Charles H. Apple Jr., 63, of Naples, FL, died at home in Naples, FL,
Friday, April 13, 2001. A native of Trenton, NJ, graduate of Ewing Township
High School, veteran of the Marine Corps and businessman in the gasoline
industry in New Jersey, Charlie retired to Florida in 1983. Charlie is
survived by Patricia, his loving wife of 28 years; son, Charles H. Apple
III; and daughter, Stacy Joy Apple and her fiance, Leo Mediavilla of Naples;
sister and brother-in-law, Joyce and Richard A. Evans of Worthington, Ohio;
nephews, Charles and Richard Evans Jr.; niece, Charline Evans Katzeman;
step-mother, Babette Apple; step-sister, Eileen Parisi; step-brother, Bill
Schamann; special friends, William and Flossie Bair, Debbie Evans and numerous
dear relatives and friends. Preceded in death by parents, Charles H. and
Vivien Van Hise Apple. A celebration of Charlie's life will be held at
Thursday, April 19, 2001, 11:00 a.m. in the Diamond Lake Clubhouse, Silver
Lakes Resort, Route 951 (South of 41). Contributions in his memory may
be made to the American Cancer Society, 1599 Clifton Road NE, Atlanta,
GA 30329 or Hospice of Naples, Inc. 1095 Whippoorwill Lane, Naples, FL
34105. Funeral arrangements by National Cremation Society.
Charles H. Case Jr., 84, of Naples, died Thursday, January 20, 2000.
He had been a resident here since 1980 having come from Yardley, Pa. Mr.
Case had retired from U.S. Steel where he was an electrical engineer. He
was a member of the Kiwanis Club of Golden Gate and was a Mason. He is
survived by his wife, Martha; his sister, Mary Case; and his brother-in-law,
Dr. Thomas J. Barr. Charles was preceded in death by a son, Thomas C. Case.
At the request of the family, there will be no services. Contributions
may be made to the Hospice of Naples, 1095 Whippoorwill Lane, Naples, Fla.
34105 in his memory. Johnson-Pittman Funeral Home 774-3444
Charles H. Heimlich Suddenly on September 30, 2000, Charles H. Heimlich,
78, died while vacationing with his wife, Arleen Heimlich. Mr. Heimlich
was a WW II veteran who saw service on the beaches of Normandy and at the
Battle of the Bulge. Charles Heimlich attended Newark College of Engineering.
He was one of the first agents to represent State Farm Insurance in New
Jersey for which he worked for more than 35 years before retiring. Mr.
Heimlich died a resident of Naples, Fla. Formerly he resided in Mountainside,
N.J. Charles Heimlich was a parishioner of St. Elizabeth Seton, Naples,
Fla., formerly a parishioner of Our Lady of Lourdes Church in Mountainside,
N.J. He is survived by his wife, Arleen Heimlich; and his five children,
Mr. James Heimlich of Westfield, Mrs. Kathleen Ritter and Mrs. Janice Bistis,
both of Whitehouse Station, Mrs. Patricia Wohlfarth of Canton, Ohio and
Mrs. Arleen Brianik of Branchburg. Mr. Heimlich was the proud grandfather
of 13 grandchildren; he is also survived by his sister, Mrs. Janice Cook
of Point Pleasant. Relatives and friends may call at the Fuller Funeral
Home, 1625 Pine Ridge Road, Naples, on Sunday, October 8, 2000 from 3:00
to 6:00 p.m. A Funeral Mass will be celebrated Monday, October 9th, at
10:00 a.m. in St. Elizabeth Seton Catholic Church, Golden Gate Pkwy., Naples.
Entombment will follow in Naples Memorial Gardens Fuller Funeral Home Pine
Ridge Road 592-1611
Charles H. Quandt, 86, of Naples, passed away May 21, 2001 at Heritage
HealthCare. He was born in Waterford, NY and graduated from Union College
in Schenectady, NY in 1936. He served in WW II in the Army Corps as an
instructor. In 1946, he married Kathleen A. Liberty of North Troy, NY.
At the time of his retirement in 1974, he was the owner-manager of the
Quandt Funeral Home in Waterford, NY. Upon his retirement, he moved to
a summer home in Lake Placid, NY and resided there until he made Naples
his home in 1985. In addition to his wife of 55 years, Kathleen; are his
sister-in-law, Norma Liberty Thompson of Hudson, FL; also his nephew in
Hudson, FL and a niece in Denver, CO; as well as three grandnephews. A
memorial Mass will be offered at a later date at St. Willliam Church. Interment
will take place at St. John's Cemetery in Troy, NY. Local arrangements
are being handled by Hodges Funeral Chapel, 3520 Tamiami Trail North. The
family has entrusted care and services to Hodges Funeral Chapel 261-1237
Charles Hinkley Sr., 87, of Naples, died Saturday, February 3, 2001.
He was the husband of the late Dorothy (Linster) Hinkley. He was born in
Bethel, Conn. on August 4, 1913, a son to the late James Hinkley and Caroline
Borbar (Dykeman) Hinkley. Mr. Hinkley went to Danbury Schools. He was a
devoted milkman for 44 years in Danbury, working for Beaverbook Creamery,
C.C. Hatch, Rider Dairy, Brockhall Dairy and Marcus Dairy, retiring to
Naples, Fla. in 1976. He was a union member of Local No. 677 Teamsters.
He is survived by two sons, Charles Hinkley Jr. of Bethel and Richard Hinkley
and his wife, Maureen of Brookfield; three grandchildren, Mary Ellen Pitcher
of Brookfield, James Hinkley of Avalon, Calif., and JoAnn Baron of San
Anselmo, Calif.; and seven great-grandchildren. He also leaves a sister,
Grace Berger of New Fairfield. He was predeceased by his grandson, Jeffrey
Hinkley of Tucson, Ariz.; a brother, Fred Hinkley; and two sisters, Myrtle
Hinkley and Edna Buvard. Graveside services will be held at Wooster Cemetery
on Friday, February 16th at 1:00 p.m. The family has entrusted care and
services to Hodges Funeral Chapel 261-1237
Charles I. Piper, 80, passed away in Naples on May 6, 2000. Charles
was born in Bangor, Maine and had been a resident of Naples since 1968
relocating from Brewer, Maine. He was a Veteran of WW II and the Korean
Conflict having served in the United States Navy. He is survived by his
beloved wife Iola (Easter) Piper of Naples; one son, Brock (Pat) Piper
of Anaheim, Calif.; one daughter, Laurie (David) Bradshaw of Grand Junction,
Colo.; two grandchildren, Piper Bradshaw and Chaz Bradshaw of Grand Junction,
Colo.; one sister, Catherine Danforth; three brothers, Richard Piper, Wendell
Piper and Philip Piper all of Brewer, Maine. He is also survived by two
step-daughters, Lois (Pat) Donadio of Naples and Donna (Anthony) Perakis
of Columbus, Ohio. The family will receive friends at Hodges Funeral Chapel,
3520 Tamiami Trail North, Naples, Fla. 34103 on Monday, May 8, 2000 from
6:00 to 8:00 p.m. Inurnment will take place at Naples Memorial Gardens.
Hodges Funeral Chapel 261-1237
Charles J. "Pete" Stamets, 76, of Zephyrhills, Fla. and East Sparta,
Ohio, died Thursday, January 25, 2001. Born in Beach City, Ohio, son of
Charles H. and Martha Marie (Wampfler) Stamets, he served with the U. S.
Army's 82nd Airborne during WW II. He had been working for Matlack Inc.
of Ohio as a transport driver retiring in 1979. Mr. Stamets was a member
of Teamsters Local 92 in Ohio. He loved animals and was an avid horseman.
He also enjoyed gardening and woodcarving. He is survived by his wife of
55 years, Donna J. Stamets; three children, Nancy Gill of Massillon, Ohio,
Russell Stamets of Little Torch, Fla., and Lt. Scott Stamets of Naples,
Fla.; brother, William Stamets of Beach City, Ohio; eight grandchildren,
Lynette Radel, Michelle Conrady, Brent Gill, Vincent Stamets, Ryan Stamets,
Sarah Zolla, Christian Stamets and Amy Elizabeth Stamets; nine great-grandchildren;
father-in-law, Chester Davis of Massillon, Ohio; one half-sister; and four
half-brothers; He was preceded in death by his parents; his brother, Edward
Snyder; sister, Frieda Peacock; and grandson, Bryan Stamets. A visitation
and funeral service will be held Wednesday, January 31, 2001, in the Lantzer
Funeral Home, 230 Second S.E., Beach City, Ohio, 44608 (330) 756-2121.
Donations in his memory may be made to the Muscular Dystrophy Association,
6225 Presidential Court, Suite B, Fort Myers, Fla. 33919 Fuller Funeral
Home Pine Ridge Road 592-1611
Charles J. Mercurio, 81, of Naples, Fla., died Wednesday, March 1, 2000.
Formerly of Crystal Lake, Ill., he moved to Naples in 1997. He was a U.S.
Army veteran of WW II and worked for many years for the Union Special Co.
in Huntley, Ill. Mr. Mercurio is survived by his wife, Edith; his children,
Judith (Stephen) Zboya and Norman Mercurio; and five grandchildren. A memorial
service will be held Monday, March 6, 2000 at 2:30 p.m. at the Kingdom
Hall, Jehovah's Witnesses, Bonita Springs, Fla. 11531 East Terry Street.
Private interment will be in Illinois. Fuller Funeral Home Pine Ridge Road
Charles K. Allan (born Konstantino C. Almirantes) passed away March
13, 2001 at his home in Naples. Charles Allan was born March 9, 1922 in
Springfield, Mass. to Virginia and Peter Almirantes. He moved to New Jersey
during his high school years and enlisted in the Army during WW II. Charles
was one of the 100 aides chosen to serve General Bradley and was awarded
both a Good Conduct and a Victory Medal. After the war he entered Seaton
Hall University and graduated from the University of Miami Law School.
He practiced law in Miami until 1956 when he joined the City of Miami Law
Department and eventually became the assistant director. During his time
of service with the City of Miami, he was successful in winning many important
cases that established precedence in Civil Service Law. In 1969 he relocated
to Naples and was appointed City Attorney serving the city in this capacity
for seven years. Charles also served as City Attorney for the City of Margate
until his retirement in 1979. He recently celebrated his 50th anniversary
as a member of the Florida Bar. Over the past ten years, Charles participated
in the ""morning walkers of Coastland Center," and through this has touched
the lives of many friends with his good nature and sense of humor. He will
be sadly missed by many. Mr. Allan leaves behind his daughters, Charlene
K. Allan of Naples and Nina DeCarlo of Miami. A memorial service will be
held at Fuller Funeral Home, 1625 Pine Ridge Road, this evening 6:00 to
7:30 p.m. with a prayer service lead by Pastor Hixson Helton of North Naples
Baptist Church. In lieu of flowers, his daughter, Charlene requests that
contributions be made in his name to the North Naples Baptist Church Building
Fund. Fuller Funeral Home Pine Ridge Road 592-1611
Charles L. Harris, 68, of Naples and formerly of Detroit, Mich., died
Sunday, November 26, 2000 at Naples Community Hospital. He was born January
9, 1932 in Akron, Ohio the only son of Harsper and Emma Harris. Ever since
a young man, Charles displayed a love of all music and a talent for playing
the piano. He moved from Akron in 1963 to Detroit to pursue his musical
career and his love of Jazz having done studio sessions with such artists
as The Temptations, Spinners, Marvin Gaye, The Supremes and Smokey Robinson
and the Miracles. In 1995 he relocated to Naples, Fla. where he cared for
his ailing mother and lived out the rest of his life. He was a true musician
who played piano at the Marriott Hotel, Marco Island, loved to play the
Vibra Harp and also had a group, The Charles Harris Trio + 1. He belonged
to Union Local No. 5 and the NAACP. He leaves to cherish his loving memory,
his fiancee, Donna Smith; sons, Lawrence D. (Tina) Harris, Baton Rouge,
La., Charles (Barbara) Harris II, Akron, Ohio, Erik J. Harris, Pontiac,
Mich., and Jerry Curtis, Columbus, Ohio; daughters, Debra Kay (Romall)
Harris-Smith, Akron, Diane D. (Julius) Harris-Tyus, Columbus, Ohio, and
Danielle N. (Ron) Harris-Allen, Warren, Mich.; 17 grandchildren; 14 great-grandchildren;
and numerous friends and relatives who loved and will miss him. The family
will receive friends and relatives on Saturday, December 2, 2000 from 2:00
until 4:00 p.m. at the JOHNSON- PITTMAN FUNERAL HOME, 4424 East Tamiami
Trail, Naples, followed by funeral services at 4:00 p.m. conducted by the
Rev. Clayton Hodge Jr. of Bethany AME Church. Naples Oldest Johnson-Pittman
Funeral Home 774-3444
Charles L. Iannitto, 85, of Naples, died Thursday, July 6, 2000. Charles
was born in Cincinnati, Ohio, December 1, 1914, moved to Naples in 1972.
He was a WW II veteran serving in the Army Medical Corp. Before his retirement
he was owner/operator of his own tailoring business. Charles is survived
by two daughters, Deborah Iannitto of Fort Myers, Fla. and Carol Euskirchen
of Cincinnati, Ohio; one grandson; and two granddaughters. He was preceded
in death by his wife and one sister. Memorial services will be held Tuesday,
July 11, 2000 at 10:30 a.m. at Trinity-By-The-Cove Episcopal Church, Naples,
Fla. Reception will follow at Glenview at Pelican Bay, 100 Glenview Place,
Naples, Fla. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to The Conservancy,
Inc., 1450 Merrihue Drive, Naples, Fla. 34102. The family has entrusted
care and services to Hodges Funeral Chapel, 261-1237.
Charles Law McCabe, 77, a long-time resident of Naples, passed away
peacefully on Wednesday, September 27, 2000 at the Bentley Care Center.
Law McCabe was born in Port Deposit, Md. on October 13, 1922 to Adah Law
and Joshua Burton McCabe, a Methodist minister. His mother was widowed
in 1929, whereupon she enrolled in the university and became a school teacher.
Thereafter, Law was a fierce believer in the power of education to transform
and enrich people's lives. Law graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Dickinson
College in 1943 and then pursued graduate study in chemistry at Carnegie-Mellon
University. His studies were interrupted by the war, and he served his
country as an engineer on the Manhattan Pro- ject in Oak Ridge, Tenn. He
received his doctorate in 1948, and embarked on a career as a scientist
and educator, first at Harvard University, and later at Carnegie-Mellon
University in Pittsburgh. He was Dean of Graduate Studies and Vice President
for Research when he left Carnegie-Mellon for Washington in 1965 to serve
briefly as a science and technology advisor in the Johnson Administration.
After Washington, he found a new career as a business executive, first
as CEO of the Koebel Diamond Tool Co. in Detroit (1966 to 1970), and then
for Teledyne Firth Sterling in Pittsburgh (1970 to 1975). He later served
in several high-level positions in the Cabot Corporation (1975 to 1987).
Semi-retired since 1987, Law continued to be active as a management consultant.
He was also actively involved in the management of The Naples Yacht Club
and Trinity-By-The-Cove Episcopal Church. Among Law's many advisory roles
was his decades-long service on the Board of Trustees of his alma mater,
Dickinson College in Carlisle, Pa. Law was the author of many technical
articles and a text book on metallurgy. He was the recipient of honors
too numerous to list, including an honorary doctorate. Law McCabe was a
devoted and loving husband, father and grandfather. He will live on always
in the hearts and minds of the lives he touched. He is survived by many
relatives and friends, including his wife of 50 years, Ingrid Koebel McCabe;
his son, Chad McCabe (Hannah Gile Beye) of Deerfield, N.H.; daughter, Sigrid
McCabe Bisbee (Michael Bisbee) of Hastings, N.Y.; daughter, Ingrid McGuire
(Michael McGuire) of Wilmette, Ill.; and grandchildren, Lucia Bisbee, and
Jack, Charlie and Ellie McGuire. A memorial service will be held at Trinity-By-The-Cove
Episcopal Church on Saturday, September 30, 2000 at 3:00 p.m. In lieu of
flowers, the family requests that donations be made in Law's name to the
charity of your choice or to the Trinity-By-The-Cove Christian Formation,
which is dedicated to educational programs. The family has entrusted care
and services to Hodges Funeral Chapel 261-1237
Charles Lorion, 75, of Naples, formerly of Bloomfield Hills, Mich.,
died Thursday, May 18, 2000 in his home. Born in Detroit, Mich., he was
the son of Vincent and Thelma Lorion. Mr. Lorion was a Naval veteran of
World War II. He had been an active volunteer with the Habitat for Humanity
for more than five years and an active member of the Engineering Society
of Detroit. Mr. Lorion was a large contributor to the ALS (Amyotrophic
Lateral Sclerosis) Foundation. He sponsored benefits for the American Cancer
Society and the Beaumont Hospital, Royal Oak, Mich. An avid golfer, Mr.
Lorion was a member of Wyndemere Country Club in Naples and Forest Lake
Country Club in Bloomfield Hills, Mich. He also enjoyed collecting coins.
He is survived by his wife, Nancy (Mead) Lorion; their children, Vayle
(Ken) Mango of Northville, Mich., Rob (Lynette) Weller of Rochester, Mich.,
Skip (Marilyn) Weller of Denver, Colo., Chrisanne (David) Kenny of Naples,
Fla., and Marissa (Mark) Martin of Germany; two brothers, David Lorion
of Orlando, Fla. and Bruce Lorion of Roscommon, Mich.; and nine grandchildren,
Scott, Sarah, Ross, Jeremy, Steven, Miranda, Alexander, Andrew and Donald.
A memorial service will be held Saturday, May 20, 2000 at Noon in the Community
Congregational United Church of Christ, 15300 Tamiami Trail North, Naples.
Donations in his memory may be made to the Habitat for Humanity, 11500
Tamiami Trail East, Naples, Fla. 34113. Fuller Funeral Home Pine Ridge
Charles M. O'Hearn, 99, died in Naples, FL, Friday, April 20, 2001 at
Windsor Court. He was a partner of Scudder, Stevens and Clark in New York
City until 1951, when at the age of 50, he became Assistant to the President
of Yale University in charge of fund raising, from which he retired in
1970. He graduated from Yale in 1924. He lived in Scarsdale, NY for many
years, in New Haven, CT while at Yale, and upon retirement moved to his
summer home in Kennebunk Beach, ME, moving to Old Lyme, CT in 1980. Beginning
in 1970, he spent winters in Naples, FL, becoming a full time resident
in 1991. His wife of 66 years, Anna Virginia Curtis, died in September,
1994. Survivors include two daughters, Virginia Broadbent of Mt. Carmel,
CT, Peggy Denby of Boca Grande, FL; and a son, C. Michael O'Hearn Jr. of
Naples, FL; ten grandchildren; and nine great-grandchildren. Services will
Charles O. Klein passed away October 17, 1999 at NCH. He resided in
Naples, Fla. for the last 30 years. Former owner of Hoyt's Florist &
Greenhouses in New Canaan, Conn. Charles was also Chef Garde Manager of
the Marriott on Marco Island. Loving husband, father and grandfather. Survived
by his wife, Ada; daughters, Leslie (Robert) Davidsen, Alese (David) Lawrence;
and grandchildren, Jeniffer, Michael, Bryce, Justin Lawrence; Katherine
and Emma Davidsen. Friends may call at the family residence on Sunday,
October 24th from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. Interment will be private on block
Island, R.I. Beachwood Society 261-1767
Charles Richard Karstens, 81, of Naples, formerly of Moline, Ill., died
Tuesday, April 18, 2000. He was the owner of Casey's Lounge in Moline for
44 years before retiring to the Naples area. Charles served in the U.S.
Army Air Corps during WWII. He is survived by his wife, Barbara Joyce Karstens
of Naples, Fla.; his children, Walter Raymond (Lorain) Karstens of Moline,
Ill., Denise (Herb) Mullins of Silvis, Ill. and Dee Karstens of Naples,
Fla; his sister, Marjorie Jane (Jerome) Benishek of Findlay, Ohio; six
grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren. The family requests memorial
contributions to Hospice of Naples, 1095 Whippoorwill Lane, Naples, Fla.
34105 Fuller Funeral Home East Naples 417-5000
Charles Richard Willis of Naples, passed away Wednesday, May 23, 2001.
He is survived by his wife, Peggy; two sons, Michael Richard and Russell
Hadley; two daughters, Kimberly Dickerson and Susan Lanni; brother, William
R. Willis of Arizona; ten grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; and
mother-in-law, Mary Althaus. A service of remembrance will be conducted
on Sunday, May 27, 2001 at Hodges Funeral Chapel, 3520 Tamiami Trail North
at 2:00 p.m. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Hospice of Naples,
1095 Whippoorwill Lane, Naples, FL 34105 or the Humane Society of Collier
County, 370 Airport Pulling Road North, Naples, FL 34104. The family has
entrusted care and services to Hodges Funeral Chapel 261-1237
Charles Robert Esherick, CDR USNR (Ret.), of Naples, Fla., died Sunday,
July 16, 2000. He was the loving husband of Mary Lou Esherick; father of
Craig, Mark, Tracey and Blake Esherick; grandfather of Nicko, Zachary,
Matthew, Kelle Anne, Tayler and Douglas Esherick. He was preceded in death
by a son, Douglas V. Esherick. Graveside services will be held on Wednesday,
July 26th at 3:00 p.m. at Arlington National Cemetery. Family and friends
may assemble at the Administration Building in Arlington at 2:30 p.m. Interment
Arlington National Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions
may be made to Douglas Esherick Award Fund, Wake Forest University, P.O.
Box 7227, Reynolds Station, Winston Salem, N.C. 27109.