Carmen "Charlie" Romandetti (1927 - 2014)

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Carmen "Charlie" Romandetti

Melbourne Beach, FL

'Charlie' Romandetti was born on March 15, 1927 and passed away peacefully, at his residence in Melbourne Beach, on January 25, 2014 surrounded by his loving family. Preceded in death by his Wife Betty of 51 years, he is survived by his Son, Chris, Daughter-in-law Kris, Daughter Janet, Granddaughter Karina, Grandson's Christian and Evan and many Nieces and Nephews.

Known for his easy smile, quick jokes and fabulous parties, Charlie will be greatly missed in our community that he's called home since 1982. After serving in WW2 and the Korean War, he raised his family in Northport, Long Island where he retired from his custom cabinetry business to relocate to Melbourne. Charlie actively participated in the development of Shooters Waterfront Café, Intracoastal Marina, Buy Direct Marine and the County Line Saloon.

As an avid RV'er, Charlie enjoyed many cross country trips making memories and many friends along the way. If you were around Charlie you were smiling and laughing.

A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on Saturday February 1, 2014 at 1:00pm at Our Lady of Lourdes, Melbourne, Florida. Graveside services will be immediately following at Florida Memorial Gardens, Rockledge, Florida. Arrangements by Brownlie-Maxwell Funeral Home, Melbourne, FL 321-723-2345

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in memory of Charlie to: Cancer Care Centers of Brevard Foundation, Inc., 1430 South Pine Street, Melbourne, FL 32901. Ph: 321-952-0898. Online @ www.CCCFoundationinc.org

Our family wishes to extend their gratitude to the wonderful staff of VITAS Innovative Hospice, Comforts of Home Care Associates and Alice Lockyer for their care and support.



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Brownlie-Maxwell Funeral Home
1010 Palmetto Avenue
Melbourne, FL 32901
(321) 723-2345
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