Charles Edward Wilson

Born: 03/13/1949 Passed:

Charles Edward Wilson

Charles Edward Wilson age 67, a lifelong resident of Cuyahoga Falls and formally of Mars passed away suddenly at his home on Sunday April 3, 2016. He was a veteran of the Vietnam War and retired from the Cuyahoga Falls Water Department. A lover of LIFE, music, campfires, motorcycles and Brinda, Chuck will forever be remembered for his crazy, funny and wonderful personality.

He is survived by his wife Brinda; siblings Larry (Joanie), Denny (Judy), Robert (Diane),Carol (Rick) Harris; stepson Moe (Margie) Smith; loving grandchildren, Andrewand Katie; devoted friend Chuck White Jr.  and numerous others.

Chuck is preceded in death by his parents, Larry and Phyllis Wilson.

In keeping with his wishes, no services are planned but fiends are invited to join Brinda and the family as they celebrate Chuck’s life Saturday April 9th from 2:00 to 4:00 pm at the Bailey Road Tavern in Cuyahoga Falls. Condolences and special memories can be shared online at

Heritage Cremation Society



6 Tributes to Charles Edward Wilson

  1. Chad says:

    Will miss and love you Uncle Charlie

  2. Anonymous says:

    Brinda and Family,
    We are so very sorry to hear about the passing of Charlie. He was a helluva guy, always making people laugh. He will be deeply missed.
    Denny and Terry

  3. Gary Hess says:

    Partying in the back yard with Charlie and Brenda and picking on Charlie when I would catch him leaning on a shovel along side of a road in Cuyahoga Falls. ♥ Loved ya Charlie ♥ RIP my friend….

  4. Rhonda Butler says:

    To my boys, Ricky and Scotty Rye,….it was “Uncle Charlie” !! My boys and I will miss you Charlie!

  5. Mike Horn says:

    I’ve only known Charlie for a few months, but his personality grabbed me and drug me in.
    Thanks for the too few good times we got to share together.

  6. Anonymous says:

    Old Celtic Prayer for you, Charlie:

    May the longtime sun around you
    All love surround you;

    May the pure Light within you
    Guide your way on


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