Charles Kutchin

Born: 02/22/1962 Passed:

Sales engineer and private pilot, Charles Kutchin passed away suddenly on February 24, 2021 at the age of 59. Charles completed his bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering at the University of Akron. He then completed his master’s degree in business administration at Kent State University.

Charles loved to fly and was a senior member for Civil Air Patrol, United States Air Force Auxiliary as a 1st Lieutenant. He was also an Amateur Radio License operator of the Federal Communications Commission. He loved watching his children play in their sporting events and taking them to fun restaurants.

Charles is survived by his children, Gregory Kutchin, Kayla (Andrew) Peterson, and Erica Kutchin; former wife, Mary Murphy-Kutchin; parents, Robert Dan Kutchin and Frances Kutchin; siblings, Anita (Gary) Crawford and Debbie (Charlie) Spisz.

A loving father and devoted son, he will be greatly missed.

A private celebration of life will be held in the summer of 2021. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests donations to Christ Community Chapel: ATTN: Jimmy Kozy, 750 West Streetsboro Street, Hudson, OH 44236. Condolences and special memories can be shared with the family online at www.heritagecremationsociety.com

Heritage Cremation Society

330.875.5770

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3 Tributes to Charles Kutchin

  1. Dave Pahl says:

    Charlie was a bright light as a colleague and friend he will be missed! My sincere condolences to his friends and family.

  2. Melissa Seibert says:

    My Sincere Sympathy in your loss; prayers for peace and comfort during this time.
    Civil Air SM

  3. Nick Martino says:

    I hadn’t seen Charlie since 1991. I was a Chem. Engr. graduate from Akron U. and just started working for a division of Lord Corp. in Aurora in 1989. Charlie was one of the first Engineers I worked with there. I learned a great deal from him, laughed a lot with him, and had a great deal of respect for him. I recently learned that he was a Sales Engineer with a company we’ve done work with accidently by way of a bulk e-mailing. I gave him a call when I recognized his name and we struck up a conversation after nearly thirty years! I regret that we didn’t get to see each other again in person, but I am thankful we could reconnect. My condolences to his friends and family.

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